Episode 496 Scott Adams: Help Me Convert MS Word Footnotes from Letters to Numbers

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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Illustrated, Inline Footnotes) – William Shakespeare

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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Illustrated, Inline Footnotes)

William Shakespeare

Genre: Performing Arts

Publish Date: September 20, 2016

Publisher: Oakshot Press

Seller: Christian Delaney


• Each play Illustrated with Illustrations unique to this release, over 350 Illustrations in total.  • Biography and literary critique includes annotated inline footnotes. The Plays. The Comedies of William Shakespeare. • All's Well That Ends Well. (Illustrated) • As You Like It. (Illustrated) • Comedy of Errors. (Illustrated) • Cymbeline. (Illustrated) • Love's Labour's Lost. (Illustrated) • Measure for Measure. (Illustrated) • Merchant of Venice. (Illustrated) • Merry Wives of Windsor. (Illustrated) • Midsummer Night's Dream. (Illustrated) • Much Ado about Nothing. (Illustrated) • Taming of the Shrew. (Illustrated) • Tempest. (Illustrated) • Troilus and Cressida. (Illustrated) • Twelfth Night. (Illustrated) • Two Gentlemen of Verona. (Illustrated) • Winter's Tale. (Illustrated) The Histories of William Shakespeare. • Henry IV, Part 1. (Illustrated) • Henry IV, Part 2. (Illustrated) • Henry V. (Illustrated) • Henry VI, Part 1. (Illustrated) • Henry VI, Part 2. (Illustrated) • Henry VI, Part 3. (Illustrated) • Henry VIII. (Illustrated) • King John. (Illustrated) • Pericles. (Illustrated) • Richard II. (Illustrated) • Richard III. (Illustrated) The Tragedies of William Shakespeare. • Antony and Cleopatra. (Illustrated) • Coriolanus. (Illustrated) • Hamlet. (Illustrated) • Julius Caesar. (Illustrated) • King Lear. (Illustrated) • Macbeth. (Illustrated) • Othello. (Illustrated) • Romeo and Juliet. (Illustrated) • Timon of Athens. (Illustrated) • Titus Andronicus. (Illustrated) The Sonnets of William Shakespeare. The Poems of William Shakespeare. The Biographies of William Shakespeare. • Some Account Of The Life Of Mr. William Shakespeare By Nicholas Rowe. • Shakespeare His Life, Art, And Characters By Henry Norman Hudson. • The People For Whom Shakespeare Wrote By Charles Dudley Warner. • Life Of William Shakespeare By Sir Sidney Lee. • Shakespeare's Family By Mrs. C. C. Stopes. (Inline Footnotes) • The Man Shakespeare and His Tragic Life Story by Frank Harris. • Shakespearean Playhouses: A History Of English Theatres Joseph Quincy Adams, Jr. (Illustrated / Inline Footnotes) The Critical Works of William Shakespeare. • Notes To Comedies By Samuel Johnson. • Notes To Tragedies By Samuel Johnson. • A Study Of Shakespeare By Algernon Charles Swinburne. • Preface To Shakespeare And Notes On Plays By Samuel Johnson. • Eighteenth Century Essays On Shakespeare By D. Nichol. • Shakespeare's Attitude Toward The Working Classes By Ernest Crosby. • Shakespearean Tragedy by A. C. Bradley. (Inline Footnotes) • Leo Tolstoy on Shakespeare – A Critical Essay. (Inline Footnotes) • Shakespeare By Samuel Taylor Coleridge. • Characters of Shakespeare's Plays by William Hazlitt.

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“Footnotes For ‘Kill Jay Z’” Now Available Exclusively On TIDAL

Jay-Z‘s visual roll out for his 13th studio album, 4:44, has been just as much part of the event as the actual music itself. Adding to the allure is the latest video footnote for the album’s opening track “Kill Jay Z” in where former Watch The Throne collaborator Kanye West catches a few strays.

As with the other footnotes, the clip jumps between casual conversations regarding the song in focus. With “Kill Jay Z,” Hov explains that the song is about removing ego.

“It’s really about the ego,” Jay Z says. “It’s about killing off the ego so we can have this conversation in the place of vulnerability and honesty. Jay-Z, the public persona, couldn’t have this conversation with you. He has to be eliminated, he has to be moved. So it’s really Shawn Carter speaking to Jay-Z.”

Heavy.

Check out the teaser clip below and if you’re on TIDAL, the whole clip is available.

Photo: TIDAL

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