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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Zelda
''Life is something you dominate if you are any good," F. Scott Fitzgerald observed. During the 1920s, he dominated the Jazz Age with hits including "This Side of Paradise" and "The Great Gatsby" - the latter ranking as one of the most widely read American novels of the 20th century.
My first thought about Google Plus: "Here we go again." After Google's earlier attempts at social networking failed spectacularly, it was easy to scoff at this seeming Facebook wannabe.
She said: "No, he can write a bad piece, but he can't write badly."