March 2012

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Announcing the Winner of the Manvotionals Recitation Contest

by Brett & Kate McKay

Last month we kicked off the Manvotionals Recitation Contest. We asked readers to submit a video of themselves reciting a selection from our latest book, The Art of Manliness Manvotionals: Timeless Wisdom and Advice on Living the 7 Manly Virtues. From the great submissions we received, we chose five finalists and then opened the contest up […]

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Cooking With Wild Game

by Matt Moore

It is 5:30 a.m. on a cool fall morning, and my phone is incessantly ringing.  In somewhat of a comatose/hung-over state, I rush out of bed to see a picture of my buddy, Miller Gunn, staring back at me on my iPhone. Oftentimes when Miller calls I’m inclined to hit the silent button and go […]

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Dim & Dash: Making the Grade

by Brett & Kate McKay

See Also-Dim in the Workplace: “Michigan State University surveyed more than 700 employers seeking to hire recent college graduates. Nearly one-third said parents had submitted resumes on their child’s behalf, some without even informing the child. One-quarter reported hearing from parents urging the employer to hire their son or daughter for a position. Four percent […]

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How to Write an Email That Will Actually Get a Response

by Brett & Kate McKay

How to write an email? What’s next? A post on how to tie your shoes? I know, I know. Email is such an ubiquitous part of our lives that you might think that people would naturally have it down pat. But having received thousands of emails over the past four years, I can say with […]

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5 Cool Open-Source Electronic Projects

by Brett & Kate McKay

My Life Scoop is a website that invites bloggers from various websites to contribute different articles on tech-related themes. I do a guest column for them from time to time and share it here on AoM for those who might want to check it out. My latest article takes a look at the wonderfully hack-tastic […]

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