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Guest Post: Q & A with Ellie O’Neill, author of Reluctantly Charmed

Sam Still Reading

Morning everyone! If you’ve been around the Twittersphere of late, you may have seen a lot of buzz about debut author, Ellie O’Neill and her novel, Reluctantly Charmed. It’s a novel that cleverly mixes the everyday of 26 year old Kate McDaid’s life with the magical realism of fairies, witches and the mystical in modern day Ireland. Ellie gets the balance of contemporary fiction and magical elements just right in this page turner. Today I’m pleased to welcome Ellie to Sam Still Reading to discuss Reluctantly Charmed with some questions I put to her. Thanks Ellie for stopping by, I really appreciate it!

Here’s the blurb for Reluctantly Charmed to whet your appetite:

Kate McDaid is listing her new-year’s resolutions hoping to kick-start her rather stagnant love life and career when she gets some very strange news. To her surprise, she is the sole benefactor of a great great-great-great…

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Plex Launches On Xbox One

TechCrunch

Perennial media management software favorite Plex is celebrating a return of sorts today: The company has launched an official client for Xbox One, after having originally been based on XBMC, the open-source media player that took its name from the original Xbox. Plex is now an official Xbox partner, however, marking a big change from the early, more rebellious years.

The Plex app for Xbox One is a new approach to Plex overall, with a landscape interface that Plex co-founder and Chief Product Officer Scott Olechowski says is admittedly due partly to design requirements set out by the Xbox team, but that also will make its way back to the wider suite of Plex software on other platforms, too.

“[Xbox] certainly kind of encouraged this landscape type scrolling, but the more we used this the more we realized how well it works,” he said. “You’ll see this approach taken in…

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Google Plans To Hire Security Guards As Employees, Not Contractors

TechCrunch

Google plans to hire more than 200 security guards, making them full- and part-time employees of the company, and therefore eligible for company benefits. Previously, Google’s guards were provided by an outside contractor called Security Industry Specialists.

The news was reported Friday in The Wall Street Journal and elsewhere. A company spokesperson confirmed the plans via email and sent me the following statement:

Building an in-house security team is something we are excited to do. A year ago we in-sourced the Google security operations center and we are looking forward to making these valued positions both full- and part-time Google employees.

Earlier this year, union protests at Google’s Mountain View headquarters and the downtown San Francisco Apple Store sought to draw attention to tech companies’ relationships with their guards, with a focus on low pay and lack of benefits.

However, neither Google nor SIS actually said that they’re responding…

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