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The fanciest dive what happened when the media empire of Time/Life leaped without looking into the age of high-tech by Christopher Byron

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Published by W.W. Norton in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States

Subjects:

  • Time, inc.,
  • TV-cable week.,
  • Television programs -- United States -- Periodicals -- History.,
  • Cable television -- United States -- Periodicals -- History.,
  • Periodicals -- Publishing -- United States -- History.,
  • Mass media -- United States -- History.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementChristopher M. Byron.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN1992.3.U5 T8734 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination280 p. ;
Number of Pages280
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2540135M
ISBN 100393022617
LC Control Number85021381

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Christopher Byron is an excellent business writer, and in The Fanciest Dive he tells the HBS case study-worthy story of the $50 million failure of Time Inc's ill-fated TV-Cable Week. It is not to be missed, and 22 years later there are still ample lessons to be gleaned from . Fancy Dive The fanciest dive that ever was dove Was done by Melissa of Coconut Grove. She bounced on the board and flew into the air With a twist of her head and a twirl of her hair. She did thirty-four jackknives, backflipped and spun, Quadruple gainered, and reached for the sun, And then somersaulted nine times and a quarter- And looked down. FANCY DIVE. by Shel Silverstein. The fanciest dive that ever was dove. Was done by Melissa of Coconut Grove. She bounced on the board and flew into the air. With a twist of her head and a twirl of her hair. She did thirty-four jackknives, backflipped and spun, Quadruple gainered, and reached for the sun, And then somersaulted nine times and a. Equipment: Poem Fancy Dive by Shel Silverstein from his popular book, A Light in the Attic () New York: Harper and Row Publishers Pictures of people diving. Description In this dance the poem is read two times by the teacher while the students listen. During the first reading, the students are asked to listen to the humor in the poem.

Diving, sport of plunging into water, usually head foremost, performed with the addition of gymnastic and acrobatic stunts. In its more elaborate, acrobatic form, diving originated in Europe early in the 19th century as a diversion of gymnasts and as a competitive sport in the late 19th century. It. In this Deep Dive I have a chat with my friend and fellow YouTuber and reader Ruby. We delve into productivity, public life and of course, books. Some of the highlights from our discussion can be found below, as well as time-stamps if you fancy listening to us talk:) YouTuber. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Meanwhile my left butt cheek felt sore. I winced, carefully rubbing the area. My dignity wasn’t the only casualty, it seemed. I must have scratched my behind at some stage, bumped into some furniture or taken a dive in my fancy new heels. The pricey ones Lauren had insisted went with the dress, the ones whose current whereabouts were a mystery.