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My Contents of Hubbooks

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Jack is retired. Before retiring, he worked at IBM for over 28 years. His articles have over 120,000 views.



My writings on HubPages comprises over 400 articles so far. To make them easier to read, I have created hubbooks on the various topics. A hubbook is a collection articles on a particular subject matter. They consist of a table of contents and links to the chapters. Each chapter contains a link to the next chapter and a link to the previous chapter as well as link back to the table of content. It is a simple concept but will help guide the reader.

- Sept. 2016


  1. My Autobiography
  2. The Art of Fencing
  3. Artificial Intelligence and the Human Brain
  4. My hubbook of Recipes
  5. My Travel hubbook
  6. Fixing what is Broken
  7. Hubbook on HubPages
  8. Hubbook on Religion and Faith
  9. A Guide for Millennials
  10. Hubbook on Improving Race Relations
  11. State of the Union 2015
  12. My hubbook on Climate Change
  13. My Hubbook on Politics
  14. The Human Brain Thesis
  15. My Hubbook on Environment
  16. My hubbook on Finance
  17. My hubbook of niche hubs
  18. Self Driving Vehicles
  19. My Hubbook on DIY
  20. My works of Fiction
  21. My Hubbook on Everything Google
  22. My hubbook of Recommendations
  23. My Hubbook on Trump
  24. My eBook on The Goodness of America
  25. My Hubbook on CCNY
  26. My Hubbook on IBM
  27. Friends of CCNY Fencing - Includes a set of introductions to Fencing.
  28. My Hubbook on Fencing Related Stuff

Content Organization

It occurred to me that after a while, the origin of the library and the dewey decimal system.

The Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC), or Dewey Decimal System, is a proprietary library classification system first published in the United States by Melvil Dewey in 1876. It has been revised and expanded through 23 major editions, the latest issued in 2011, and has grown from a four-page pamphlet in 1876

"Necessity is the mother of invention."

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In my personal case, a few hundred articles on a variety of topics does not require an index. A hubbook is my invention to solve this simple organization delemma.



Having created these articles over the past few years, it became quite obvious that a system was needed to manage them. I also have a hard time locating my articles. The search feature on HubPages are inadequate, especially for the non-featured articles. I came up with this hubbook concept and it has served me well. I hope it can help you also. Let me know what you think.

© 2016 Jack Lee

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