Africa

In Sudan, Rediscovering Ancient Nubia Before It’s Too Late
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Ben Huberman
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Food Fidelity
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Ben Huberman
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Seven Centuries of Bstila
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Ben Huberman
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Crafting Content for the Pages of Your Business Website
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Cheri Lucas Rowlands
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Your site is your opportunity to show potential customers and clients what your business or organization is all about. Presenting this information clearly and effectively may be what sets your brand apart from others. Not sure what you need to include? Here are examples of the types of evergreen content to add to your site.

A Mission Statement

Read more about developing and refining your mission statement.

On your site, include a mission statement: a description of your values and goals, or a summary of your company’s purpose. You may even think of it as an About page for your brand or organization. Mission statements come in all shapes and sizes, and there’s no single template to ...Read more

24 Hours of New Year’s Eve: Your Pictures
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Michelle Weber
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Love, Tokyo
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Krista Stevens
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The Design Tabloid
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Michelle Weber
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Getting Lost in the Magic of Maps: Three Stories
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Ben Huberman
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We often think of maps as utilitarian tools that help us get from A to B without too many detours. For many a cartophile, however, they’re at once a beautiful object, an inspiration for storytelling and adventure, and the product of incredible craft and care. Here are three stories from the Discover archives exploring the power of maps.

Adrian Daub, “Here at the End of All Things”

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In his recent Longreads essay, Adrian Daub weaves together the history of fantasy maps — the kind you encounter in Lord of the Rings and the Song of Ice and Fire series ...Read more

On the street in Madagascar
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Krista Stevens
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