Monthly Archives: January 2013

Writing Life: Ethics in Content Marketing


Here at Incoming Bytes,  we are more than delighted to  announce an exciting, brand new development at  Mandy's Pages.   

Come one, come all to  Mandy's Market!  A writing market with ethics.

Is this good for the freelance writer?   The tag line on Mandy's banner says it all --uniting writers, encouraging dreams.   The practice of ethics in the business of  marketing content has become more important than ever with the trend to increasingly unethical word mills that pay mere pennies to writers, but charge big dollars to publishers buying content. 

CEO  Amanda Dcosta  tells us  the goal of Mandy's Market as a custom content publisher is to  provide attractive, custom  content that 'attracts and captivates readers and website visitors" with ethics.


The high quality of unique, written content is assured by careful research and custom writing, producing  tailored articles specifically designed, SEO-optimized for the needs of individual  clients.


If you're a publisher in  need of well-researched, top SEO-enabled,  top-quality written content for any purpose, come to Mandy's Market !

If you're an excellent, dedicated writer, stay in touch with  Mandy's Market for  excellent writing opportunities in your area of expertise!

We at Incoming Bytes offer our heartfelt congratulations to Amanda for her dedication to writers everywhere--and ethics in the business of writing.


Is that Incoming I hear?

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Earthquake: Northwestern Ontario

Earthquake Zone Nuclear Waste Storage:  Let's Shake It up..... Imagine this.  There are a number of communities in Northwestern Ontario examining the process of  'becoming nuclear waste dumps'  for Ontario's nuclear industry.  These small towns like Nipigon and Schreiber east of Thunder Bay are investigating the 'construction' of a permanent nuclear waste depository deep in the bedrock of the 'stable' Precambrian shield, also called the "Canadian shield". . "Jobs" are quoted as the glowing reason for  the establishment of a 'waste industry' as a 'wonderful' idea. Nuclear industry propaganda is flowing, touting the "safety" of such "SAFE" depositories, even though none have been built.  The waste would be "stored safely" for thousands of years. On January 25th,2013,  just prior to 2:00 PM,  there was an earthquake between Nipigon and Schreiber.  (1.)    It was only 2.3 magnitude on the Richter scale,(2.)  it was a "mild"  earthquake.  Clearly any earthquake is enough to shatter rock.  It was the THIRD  "minor earthquake"   this month. We cannot resist asking how "stable" the Precambrian shield really is, supposedly one of, if not, the most stable piece of rock on earth.   We have to ask how foolish it is to even consider a deep-rock nuclear waste in either Nipigon or Scheiber.  Both are located on one of only two major transportation links, on the TransCanada Highway 17.   We have to ask why pristine Northwestern Ontario should be subjected to the potential contamination  from leaks, accidents,  earthquake disaster caused by "supposedly safe"   storage of nuclear waste generated by the populous south.  We have to ask why governments and nuclear "authorities"   are arrogant enough to insist  that nuclear plants in Southern Ontario are   magically  not subject to earthquakes or other disasters like Fukushima, Japan.  The same people are also  aware the Pickering nuclear plant is  located on a geological fault line. We must ask delusional  experts  where the populations of southern Ontario would 'flee to safety' if there was a major nuclear disaster in Pickering or at the Bruce nuclear facilities ----and "Northern Ontario Nuclear Dumps"  were  damaged by earthquakes. Just asking.  It's not a matter of "if,  but when a disaster will occur. Common sense is required. Alternative energy technology exists NOW.  I encourage all readers at Incoming Bytes to think for themselves. Is that Incoming I hear?  1. 2.   Earthquakes Canada  
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