In the gaming, snow covered world of Club Penguin, the residents are all penguins. These penguins live like real people, they have parties, they earn money, and they live in igloos and decorate their homes too. Since there are such similarities to real life, in the Club Penguin world there are celebrities too who are living amongst them.
These "famous penguins" can not be visited by all the other resident penguins. Only the moderators know where they stay. One famous group of penguins is "The Team". They are the original or the first moderators. They are Billybob, Happy77, Gizmo, Rsnail and Screenhog.
Billybob now writes the blog and also lets penguins know about the upcoming events. Happy77's profile is used as a model to other penguins to show what a moderators profile looks like. Gizmo's job includes taking care of all the parties. The servers and the technical side is looked after by Rsnail. The job of Screenhog is to design other penguins.
Another famous penguin in this world is Rockhopper. He is a pirate and visits this land once in 2 months aboard his ship called The Migrator. When he comes penguins are allowed to board his ship and buy some of the strange contents including a diary of Rockhopper's adventures. This penguin is a lot bigger than the normal penguins and is also dressed like pirates. Pirate clothes are unavailable to others.
One of the most famous set or group of penguins is the Band. The Band, a group of four musicians, attests all the big parties and events that take place at Club Penguin. The band has evolved from what it was in the beginning when the Club was a new concept. There is a drummer, an acoustic guitarist, a bass guitarist and a pianist.
Recently, some researchers, in particular, Simon Baron-Kohen and John James, suggested that such well-known personalities from the past, as Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton had Asperger’s syndrome. Scientists say that they showed some tendencies of the syndrome in their behavior, such as an intense interest in one topic, or social problems. One of the chapters of this Gillberg’s book is devoted to this theme, including a detailed case analysis of the situation with philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein with the conclusion that the person meets the criteria for Asperger’s Syndrome. Naturally, the absence of diagnosis during life does not mean that there was nothing to diagnose, especially if we bear in mind that while there was no widespread knowledge about the syndrome (as often happens with Asperger’s syndrome, which recently has been widely recognized in psychiatric circles). However, such post-mortem diagnosis remains controversial.
Arguments in favor of the alleged autism spectrum disorders in famous personalities vary from person to person. Some of them argue that in the case of Albert Einstein (one of the most frequently cited suspected autistic), he learned to talk late, was a lonely kid, organized violent tantrums, silently repeated the previously pronounced sentence, and needed his wives to play the role of parents when he was an adult – the stereotypical factors for autistic individuals. Isaac Newton stuttered and suffered from epilepsy. Many of these alleged historical cases of Asperger’s syndrome can be quite soft (not expressed), but some skeptics argue that in these cases only some features of autism can be seen, and they are not enough to diagnose autism spectrum. In the end, many critics of historical diagnosis claim that it is simply impossible to diagnose the dead, and therefore nothing can be said with certainty about historic individuals with (or withour) Asperger’s syndrome.
All of these assumptions may be just an attempt to create a pattern of behavior (role model, an object for imitation) for people with autism, and demonstrate that they can do constructive things, and make a contribution to society. Such a presumptive diagnosis is often used by activists for the rights of people with autism to show that the treatment of autism would be a loss to society. But others in the organizations for the rights of autistic people do not like these arguments because they feel that people with autism have to appreciate their uniqueness even if they do not want to be healed, regardless of whether people like Einstein were autistic.
Some features of appearance and facts of activity indicate that John Carmack is also a man with AS, or he has other unusual personality type of a similar nature.
Possible causes and origins of Asperger’s syndrome is hotly debated and controversial topic. The majority opinion today is that the causes of Asperger’s syndrome are the same as autism’s. Some researchers, however, disagree and argue that the Asperger syndrome and autism are lead by two different things. All this occurs during the ongoing wider debate about whether Asperger’s syndrome and other conditions (such as attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity disorder – ADHD) are the part of the so-called autism spectrum.
Among many competing theories about the causes of autism (and, therefore, as many believe – Asperger’s Syndrome) – theory of non-complete connection, developed by researchers of cognition at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, the theory of marginal male brain of Simon Baron-Kohena, the theory of pre-working, theory of social structure and genetics.
Some theorists give more arguments in favor of Asperger’s syndrome than autism. Sometimes they argument that some specific theories play a greater role in Asperger’s syndrome, for example, theory of social structure and genetics. However, this is the area of considerable controversy.
It's the person who wrote this article. It's the person who wrote that radio commercial that you hate. It's the person who wrote that radio commercial that you love. It's the people who write those little Google ads that you see all over the web (maybe even right next to this!).
A considerable percentage of the "news articles" you read in your local paper are actually marketing messages – and yes, they were written by copywriters.
The TV commercials that you've watched (or that you've not watched if you're as quick with the remote as me) were written by copywriters.
The gazillions of billboards that cling to our roadways like ticks to a dog – yep, mostly written by copywriters.
All of those magazine ads packed into your favorite glossy – copywriters.
The text on the packaging of most every product you buy, whether it's your favorite brand of chips or your preferred type of toothpaste – copywriters.
The text on the menus at your favorite restaurant – copywriters.
The product slogans that became famous and stay in your head for a lifetime …
"Just Do It"
"Melts in Your Mouth; Not in Your Hands"
"A Little Dab'll Do Ya" (you remember this one if you're as old as me)
"Do not Fiddle With the Middle"
"EAT MOR CHIKIN"
… all written by copywriters. Good copywriters!
The person who SEO'd the web copy on your company's website to help search engines found you was a copywriter (someone did do that, right?)
Many of the sentences you've heard in your lifetime – copywriters.
I could go on and on, but you get the idea.
Most likely, you never get through a day without being exposed multiple times to the work of copywriters. And do not think that the work of copywriters does not work on you; it does.
The massive amount of marketing copy that we're all exposed to in our lifetimes affects each of us on some level, and influences us to some degree. That's why copy is so critically important to both and every business.
Great copy can help your business to soar; bad copy can be grievously damaging.
What is a Copywriter?It's You!
Not only have you been exposed to the work of copywriters every day of your life, you've probably also been a copywriter on many occasions.
Did you ever:
Compose any form of business correspondence? You were a copywriter.
Write a classified ad to place in the newspaper advertising a car, an old washing machine, a garage sale, or whatever? You were a copywriter.
Carefully craft a letter of introduction to accompany your resume when applying for a job? You were a copywriter.
Marketing copy is most commonly thought of as the work of professional copywriters. But in reality, any form of communication in which words are written with the goal of persuading or encouraging a desired action could be considered copywriting.
What is a Copywriter?It's the Person Who'll Have a Hand in Making or Breaking Your Business
The copy that your business presents to the world is the face of your company. If it's good, your business will reap the rewards – and not only tangible rewards such as increased sales, but also intangibles such as goodwill and esteem.
But if the 'face' your business presents to the world is drab and dull, lifeless and listless, then you can expect your prospective customers to respond with corresponding levels of enthusiasm.
And if your copy is REALLY bad – and you know there's lots of it out there, and you know how you've reacted to it – then "woe be unt ye."
So even if you're not a 'professional' copywriter, if you write any of the copy for your business, you'd be good at it!