Software to Realize Your Dream of Being a Poet

Romantic poets produce beautiful poetry. Not everyone has the ability to write poetry. Even though many of us are not natural born poets, but we can still amuse ourselves by being an amateur poet. Maybe the verses you write lack in beauty, or might even be literally incorrect. But your passion for poetry has proved you have a romantic heart. Below is a list of software for you to be a hobby poet.PlotCraftA big idea is the spirit of every poem. So where can we get great ideas? There are ideas everywhere at all times – whether it’s in a scene from a movie, a throwaway line on the radio, or a book that you’ve read. So the key point is how to keep track of all these ideas which unexpectedly popped into your mind. PlotCraft is simply a database for tracking all the ideas you might have. You are free to choose how you categorize your ideas. It also comes with a built-in rich-text editor so that you can add your idea to the database with all sorts of formatting, fonts, etc.The Write IdeaIf you can’t find out the exactly desirable ideas in the database, hence, you need to generate an idea. The write idea is a tool which can generate ideas for composing a poem. You press the button of ‘go’, it shows some words or some images to inspire you. Puzzle PoetryFond of composing poems, then you must be fond of reciting poems. There are a lot of great poets and excellent poems. You can learn a lot from the classics. Here is a little program called Puzzle Poetry which allows you to find entertainment in appreciating the classics.It’s a wonderful means to train your ability to express thoughts like a poet. The player offers a number of poem fragments which can be collected into a whole. The application includes over 1,500 poems of the most famous authors like Shakespeare, Byron, and so on. RhymesaurusWhen you read poetry, you have a flowing sense. That’s because poetry calls for repetitious rhymes. That why poetry is beautiful. So when write a poem, do you always rack your brain to find a rhyming word? Rhymesaurus FREE Edition, perfect for writing poems, can help you find rhyming words quickly. Simply type in any word and press [Enter], it will display a list of rhyming words. It also includes English idioms, phrases, and cliches that Rhyme with your word. Visual TypewriterIt’s strongly advised that you compose poems when you are “in the mood” and “in the place”. Briefly, you compose poems in “the poetry-like atmosphere” so that you are most inspired. Visual Typewriter can create that kind of atmosphere. It’s a writing tool, simulating a classic manual typewriter which you can only get an idea from a description in a classic novel or a scene in a film. It displays a photorealistic typewriter that looks and sounds real, creating authentic looking documents from a selection of stationery. It lets you enjoy a romantic writing experience of days long gone.

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13% of Nigerians risk being mentally deformed ­–Experts

By Doris Obinna and Martha Robert

At least 13 percent of Nigerian children risk growing up with mental deformity unless proper iodine is part of their nutrition, according to professor emeritus, Babatunde Oguntona, who calls on government to pay greater attention to public health.

“If we don’t keep iodine level properly, we’ll have 13 percent of Nigerian children mentally deformed,” Prof. Oguntona said at this at a one-day Nutrition Symposium on ‘Malnutrition, Child Development and the Media’ organised by the Media Centre Against Child Malnutrition (MeCAM).

“Imagine 13 percent of parliamentarians mentally deformed. Inadequate iodine in our food is a serious threat. You can’t talk of development when you ignore the issue of nutrition status of your people,” he added, rapping the Nigerian authorities for their poor response to the threats of malnutrition.

Oguntona, a former president of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria, noted between 13 and 18 Nigerians children die of malnutrition and related diseases every hour and called on the media to step up advocacy on the issue.

Also, Ivy Ibiso KingHarry, an associate at the Scaling Up Nutrition Business Network/Global Alliance on Improved Nutrition (GAIN), said the media have a duty to promote messages on nutrition as influencers and change agents. She added however that such media efforts must flow from proper understanding of the science of nutrition and effective delivery of messages in language understood by common people.

She urged the media to always fact-check and scrutinize official data on malnutrition, be consistent and build trust in their duty as gatekeepers.

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Being sexy makes me unique –DJ Preddy

By Christian Agadibe

For Precious Nwankwo popularly known as DJ Preddy, her father’s love for pop music had inspired her to pursue a career as a disc jockey and singer.

Today, the graduate of Yaba College of Technology has carved a place for herself in a male dominated profession of disc jockeying. In an exclusive interview with Entertainer, DJ Preddy bares her mind on her passion and career.

Tell us about yourself 

My name is Precious Nwankwo. I am a professional Dee Jay and my stage name is DJ Preddy. I graduated from Yaba College of Technology in 2013 and then proceeded to Ten Strings Music Institute in Lagos to learn the art of disc jockey. I graduated as a first class student from the music school in 2015. Since then, I have been a DJ.

Why did you choose music after graduation and not a white-collar job? 

I have always loved music. As a child, I grew up listening to a lot of songs. My dad likes pop songs, so I grew up listening to music. I’ve always thought of playing music after school but I decided to work a bit. I was working in order to gather money to do music, because that’s what is on my mind.

At what stage in life did you choose to be a DJ? 

While I was in school, I had a friend who was a DJ and I used to roll with him. Anytime he went for shows I used to go with him. When he went for rehearsals, I made sure I was there with him. There was a day he was called up for a show, he came but at a point he was feeling feverish. Then he told me he couldn’t continue playing, so I said ‘I can help you’ but he laughed and said ‘Do you think you can do this?’ And I said, ‘Well, let me try; instead of keeping the whole place quiet, let me see what I can do’. He then sat down and started watching me playing. The first 10 minutes I was not getting it right, but all of a sudden, I picked up and everybody in the party was like, ‘wow, what’s your stage name?’ And I said ‘I’m not a DJ’. And they were like ‘you have to be one’. ‘You should be one, you’re doing very well’. So, that was how I picked interest in disc jockey.

What are the things fans say to you as a DJ? 

It is interesting. Some would see me and say ‘Hey, sexy DJ’. Some don’t even call me DJ Preddy anymore but DJ Pretty because I like looking hot at shows.

Which Nigerian DJ do you look up to? 

DJ Jimmy Jatt. It’s because he does his job professionally and doesn’t feel big to relate with people. He relates with people well and he is not proud. He comes down to everyone’s level. I like humble people and he is one of them.

Have you met him one on one? Have you performed side by side with him? 

Of course, yes, I have met him one on one. I am also a member of DJAN of which he is one of the officials. So, I see him and we relate.

What are the challenges of a female DJ in a male dominated industry? 

It’s quite crazy. It is always difficult for people to believe in your skills until they see you doing it. It is not just enough telling them you are a DJ. They need to see you doing your thing. I have always had it behind my mind that it is a man’s world and I have to challenge them.

How do you plan to break through in the industry? 

I am not here to compete with anybody. My interest is doing what I know how to do and doing it to the best of my ability. I have always loved my job. I don’t want to compete with nobody. I am not in for any competition. I love my job.

What is your unique selling point as a DJ? 

Being sexy differentiates me from others. We don’t have any sexy DJ in Nigeria. Well, maybe we do (laughs). But then, I think I am different from other female DJs because I am so sexy.

In the next five years, where would you be in the industry? 

I would be one of the best female DJs in the world, not just in Africa.

What are your memorable moments?

I can’t forget the day I went to Rumours Nightclub in FESTAC Town, Lagos to perform. When I got there, they didn’t allow me to play and I felt so bad. I felt so bad and I started crying. I love my job and I don’t like people depriving me of the joy of performing. I love my job like my life. So, I went outside and was crying. And the manager showed up and said, ‘I have been watching you, now come in and perform’. I started performing and everybody was like, ‘they should have allowed her to perform since, she is so good’.

If your future husband asks you to quit DJ, would you quit? 

No. I can’t stop being a DJ. My husband would have to understand my kind of job. My husband would want to be happy and so for him to be happy, I should be happy too. If I don’t find joy in that home, he won’t find joy staying around me. So, my job gives me joy and I am sure he would understand that. And then going about at night for shows, well, as long as it is about going out to perform, I don’t fear anything.

Tell us about your music. 

I have a song, a very fantastic single. The title of the song is ‘Let it Go’. It is everywhere online. It’s trending now. A lot of people like the song and then the video tells much about the song. It’s a very fantastic song and video. It is an inspirational song too. I titled it ‘Let it Go’ because there are so many wrong things going on in the world. It is so touching. I feel so bad. And I said to myself ‘if everybody in the world could just listen to songs’. You know, good music has a way of getting you off some mood. So, if everybody could just listen to those kinds of songs, I’m sure nobody would want to kill anybody. Everybody would want to be happy, because at that point you are thinking something wrong, there is this song ministering to you.

Has been a DJ paid off?

It is not just music all the time; I do some other things that fetch me money. I have a beauty salon. I have an audio studio. So, I do all that and I make money from them too.

Are you single or married?

I am single 100 per cent… (Laughter). Of course, I have a boyfriend. I’m not a gay. I have a boyfriend.

What exactly do you like about your guy? What attracted you to him? 

He is so cute. He is cute but he is naughty sometimes.

So, he is comfortable seeing you play in the nightclub?

That’s the most amazing thing about him. He is happy with my job and that is the reason I love him so much. He likes my job and supports me 100 per cent.

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Benefits of Being Up-To-Date With Current News in Nigeria

Nigeria is a beautiful country that houses diverse sections of ethnic population. Located in West Arica, the country has seen a changing cultural and political landscape right from the time of the earliest civilizations to the end of the British colonial era in the sixties. Rebuilding the infrastructure has not been an easy feat for political leaders who struggle with numerous daily problems plaguing the area. However, citizens of Nigeria should be abreast of all the current developments, whether in politics and government or in celebrity sightings. There are many benefits of being updated with latest Nigerian news:

There are a plethora of websites available online that provide ample news and information about various topics. A Nigerian who is equipped with such knowledge will be able to be a better citizen to his country.

News assists individuals in making the right choice during voting periods. Nigerians can make better and more informed decision on whom to elect to run their country. This is essential as the leader the country decides often the fate of the people.

Being informed of the latest celebrity news will enable you to make causal dinner time conversations during social gatherings. Information about celebrity is hot gossip and many people can easily converse about various celebrities. In Nigeria, local as well as international celebrities and their lives make good fodder for gossip. There are many websites that provide information on both local and international celebrities. Make use of them and never miss any celebrity news.

Television channels, especially news channels, scarcely provide breaking news in Nigeria that is both relevant and accurate as new channels are controlled by the government. To get honest, objective information about political happenings it is vital to use websites that provide news round the clock. You can log in any time and check the latest news about the country.

For those who love sports Nigeria latest news websites are the ideal choice. Information on cricket, football, basketball and other sports are readily available. Being involved in sports not only makes it easier to make friends but also fuels your desire to be a part of a larger community. Sport unites brothers of a country into a cohesive group of individuals with harboring the same interest.

News is a dynamic field and constantly subject to change. Being informed of the world around you and not just about Nigeria makes you a well-rounded individual. Websites that showcase current news in Nigeria will inform you about everything under the sun.

Soon you will be socially talented and a knowledgeable individual. Nigeria daily news websites frequently update their site to provide a volley of news and information and help readers. You can get relationship advice, health tips, lifestyle news and updates, events taking place in Nigeria, Nollywood movies and gossip, sneak peeks, jokes, Nigerian art and culture and much more. The news appeals to not just Nigerian people but also cater to a global audience. Simply log on to the website and ditch the newspaper.

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