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Joel Comm, Photobomber and Co-Author of Twitter Power 3.0

Joel Comm, co-author of Twitter Power 3.0, goes on a photobombing adventure. During the adventure, he photobombs carpets, hotel rooms, parking spaces, airplanes, NAMS, and even Robert Scoble and John Kremer.

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Jennifer Lawrence: I’m the Laziest Person

When I’m not working, I am the laziest person. I can literally lie on a couch and watch television for 15 hours. I hate people who say, “Oh, I’m addicted to working out.” I just want to punch those people in the face. — Jennifer Lawrence

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Sofia Vergara: On Sticking to a Healthy Diet

I do have a good metabolism, but I know with age that I have to watch what I eat. I usually stick to a healthy diet Monday through Friday, and on the weekend I indulge in things like a glass of wine or my favorite food — cake. — Sofia Vergara

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How Taylor Swift Maintains High Confidence (And You Can Too!)

For authors and freelance writers, rejection can loom large. I have observed someone in another industry—music—who seems to be able to continually rise above: Taylor Swift.

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Evangeline Lilly on Nourishing Your Body

If I’m hungry ten times a day, I’ll eat ten times. You eat to nourish your body. — Evangeline Lilly

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Emma Thompson: Books Are Like People

Books are like people, in that they’ll turn up in your life when you need them most. — Emma Thompson Emma Thompson is the author of The Spectacular Tale of Peter Rabbit, coming out at the end of September.

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Stephen King: The Only Real Requirement to Be a Writer

A little talent is a good thing to have if you want to be a writer. But the only real requirement is the ability to remember every scar. — Stephen King

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Robin Williams on Your Spark of Madness

You’re only given one little spark of madness. If you lose that, you’re nothing. — Robin Williams

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