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from http://www.toprankblog.com 17 days ago

Twitter ‘Buy’ Button Launches (Alongside New Twitter Commerce T&Cs) - We’ve been tracking the rumours for a while and now, finally, Twitter’s ‘Buy’ button has launched, and with it some new Twitter commerce terms and conditions. AllTwitter Display Grabs Larger Share of Rapidly Growing Global Mobile Ad Spend - Global ...

Posted under Entrepreneurship
from http://www.chiefhomeofficer.com/ 17 days ago

Anyone who’s followed this home office, home-based business and road warrior / teleworker blog knows the Chief Home Officer has gone hardcore minimalist in recent years. The laptop bag went from carrying every possible tech accessory to a pared-down, Spartan approach that reduces clutter, weight and mental detritus. That’s even ...

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from http://www.chiefhomeofficer.com/ 17 days ago

If you were headed out to an event where provisions are a great unknown, what necessities would you deem essential? Clothing, a few toiletries, food and drink – even spirits. Of course. What about electricity? In modern culture, where the smart phone is as important to many as having access ...

Posted under Technology
from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 17 days ago

The problem of multiple devices being listed in your Chrome browser’s history is one that is frequently discussed on forums and in technology chat rooms. It not surprising that it’s a problem – Google have made the process of deleting old devices frustratingly opaque in their online help documents. It’s ...

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from http://www.chiefhomeofficer.com/ 17 days ago

Get a first-person glimpse at the annual LOCKN’ Music Festival and what it takes for a suburban baby boomer to live like a veteran festival goer. Join a jam-band music lover and tech columnist at his first festival as he discovers how to survive four days in a tent and ...

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from http://www.chiefhomeofficer.com/ 17 days ago

First thing I did when I learned the stars had aligned and I would be heading to the LOCKN’ Music Festival in Arrington, Virginia, in early September, was check the line-up. Man, my first festival would be a doozie – The Allman Brothers band (on their farewell tour, no less), ...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 17 days ago

Many jobs aren't confined to a specific industry. You could be a network administrator, for example, in the education industry, in retail, or just about any other industry. How might your salary differ if you worked in a different industry? FlowingData's interactive chart can give you an idea.Read more...

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from http://thinktraffic.net 17 days ago

Whew. It’s been a busy couple of months since we last updated you on what’s new inside of Fizzle. We’ve released an all new member dashboard, two new courses on video production and product creation and two new founder stories with inspiring entrepreneurs. If you’re not a Fizzle member, here ...

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from http://thinktraffic.net 17 days ago

A Fizzler recently launched their product and achieved significantly lesser results than she expected. If you’ve been there you remember the heaviness of that realization. “That was my launch. These are my results. Now what? Does this product suck? DO I SUCK?” No. You don’t suck. Welcome to the “I’m ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 17 days ago

Image Credit: TAKA@P.P.R.S./FlickrLinkedIn has become the latest social network to solicit ideas from researchers to explore the company’s data. Under the rules of the new LinkedIn Economic Graph Challenge, announced in a blog post today, researchers will submit proposals for analyzing LinkedIn’s vast pool of data on companies, geographies, education, ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 17 days ago

Image Credit: How Google WorksGoogle’s Eric Schmidt is out promoting the company in a new management tell-all, How Google Works. He and his co-author Jonathan Rosenberg argues that because the Internet industry is littered with the graves of fallen empires, companies need to attract and be structured around entirely new ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 17 days ago

Above: Amazon Game Studios' CreepShow is exclusive to the Fire tablet.Image Credit: Amazon Game StudiosThe largest web retailer in the world revealed a trio of original games today, and it’s using some of its other high-profile tools to draw consumers in. Amazon Game Studios is the company’s game developing and ...

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from http://venturebeat.com/ 17 days ago

Above: Opera Mediaworks chief executive Mahi de Silva. Image Credit: Opera MediaworksOpera Mediaworks chief executive Mahi de Silva is on a roll. Silva heads up one of the biggest mobile ad platforms in the country. Opera Mediaworks bought AdColony in June for a sum that hasn’t been publicly disclosed. Owned ...

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from http://thinktraffic.net 17 days ago

This is the second and final part of the conversation where we each share our best advice for bloggers. (Here’s the first part.) I asked Corbett, Caleb and Barrett to prepare their top 10 tips for bloggers and bring them to these conversations. We critique, discuss and share stories. You’re ...

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from http://thinktraffic.net 17 days ago

I’ve always enjoyed making videos, but after seeing the ridiculously awesome quality of the videos put out by people I follow – the Fizzle guys, seanwes, Pat Flynn – I got discouraged, because they all revealed that they were using $3,500 cameras and other expensive video equipment. Since I’m not ...

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