Fela Durotoye Signs 10,000 Books In Less Than 9 hrs, Sets New Record

Nigeria’s Foremost Motivational Speaker- Fela Durotoye has set a new world record by signing a massive 10,000 books in 8 hours 48 minutes at the Book Signing Event of the Gemstone Global Reading Festival 2012 on November 19, 2012. Fela Durotoye had earlier informed his Twitter followers about the history making event where he signedContinue reading “Fela Durotoye Signs 10,000 Books In Less Than 9 hrs, Sets New Record”

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Bez, Jeremiah Gyang To Storm Paris For Literacy Africa International Charity Concert

Nigeria’s neo-soul musician, Bez Idakula will headline the show at the Literacy Africa International Charity Concert, taking place at Le Comptoir General in Paris, France from the 26th November to 5th of December to raise awareness for the donation of books to the Literacy Africa International Project. Other performers and musicians will include: world-class flutist,Continue reading “Bez, Jeremiah Gyang To Storm Paris For Literacy Africa International Charity Concert”

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The Comma: History and Origin

The comma’s ancestors have been used since Ancient Greece, but the modern comma descended directly from Italian printer Aldus Manutius. (He’s also responsible for italics and the semicolon!) In the late 1400s when Manutius was working, a slash mark (/, also called a virgule) denoted a pause in speech. (Virgule is still the word forContinue reading “The Comma: History and Origin”

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