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How To Make Money Without A Job Deborah L. Jacobs,...






How To Make Money Without A Job

Deborah L. Jacobs, forbes.com


Before join­ing the staff of Forbes in July of 2011, I was hap­pi­ly self-employed for 23 years. For much of this time my hus­band and I ran two most­ly unre­lat­ed home-based busi­ness­es. He worked in his office in the front of the house, while …





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Smartphone market share consolidates at top, study shows by Joan...






Smartphone market share consolidates at top, study shows

by Joan E. Solsman, cnet.com


Apple and Samsung continue to dominate smartphone makers, while Google’s Android and iOS remain the top platform, according to ComScore, with the rest of the leaderboard ceding share to them.


The smart­phone mar­ket lead­ers are more entrenched,…





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Why a B2B Marketer’s Blog Can Have Exponential...






Why a B2B Marketer’s Blog Can Have Exponential Power

artillerymarketing.com


B2B Marketers who blog can increase awareness, credibility and leads, while improving their search engine rankings.


Expo­nen­tial power is a force that starts slow, but then grows increas­ing­ly faster …





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LinkedIn Sponsored Updates: The Best B2B Social Advertising Option Yet?

LinkedIn Sponsored Updates: The Best B2B Social Advertising Option Yet?:

Eric Wittlake, b2bdigital.net


Have you felt like social advertising just wasn’t right for your B2B marketing?If so, LinkedIn’s new Sponsored Updates may just change your mind. This looks like the most compelling social advertising offering yet for B2B marketers.Up until now,…





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Visa-on-arrival is the new norm for global tourism Rafat Ali,...






Visa-on-arrival is the new norm for global tourism

Rafat Ali, Skift, skift.com


There is a quiet rev­o­lu­tion going on in the world of visa poli­cies, and it deserves a lot more atten­tion for its remark­able effects on glob­al busi­ness trav­el and indeed the busi­ness of trav­ …





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100 mobile industry leaders to take MobileBeat by storm

100 mobile industry leaders to take MobileBeat by storm:

VentureBeat Staff, venturebeat.com


Mobile­Beat 2013 is com­ing up next Tues­day and Wednes­day, July 9-July 10, in San Fran­cis­co, and we’ve got over 100 thought lead­ers lined up.


This is your chance to learn from the top peo­ple in the mobile indus­try, from exec­u­tives at ma…





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Facebook by the numbers: who buys ads, which games make more...






Facebook by the numbers: who buys ads, which games make more money

Jolie O’Dell, venturebeat.com


This morn­ing, we’re tak­ing a look at an info­graph­ic that breaks down some of the num­bers — both money-numbers and user-numbers — behind Face­book.


With rev­enues of around $1.5 bil­lion per quar­ter, Face­book gets most of its rev­enue from…





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Tesla Faces Some Big Obstacles In The Chinese Market Jing Daily,...






Tesla Faces Some Big Obstacles In The Chinese Market

Jing Daily, businessinsider.com


U.S. lux­u­ry elec­tric car­mak­er Tesla has served as a pio­neer in the bur­geon­ing field of elec­tric vehi­cle pro­duc­tion at home, and now indus­try watch­ers are close­ly eye­ing its plans for China expan­sion to see if it can make indus­try…





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Why do Americans mistrust for-profit universities?









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Successfully Integrate Your Work, Home, Community, and Self





You can be a committed A-player executive, a good parent, an attentive spouse, and a healthy person with time for community engagement and hobbies. How on earth do you do all that? Stop juggling and start integrating.



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What caused China's cash crunch?





LAST month some Chinese banks found it excruciatingly difficult to borrow the money they required from their fellow banks. The interest rate for an overnight loan from one bank to another briefly hit 30% on June 20th, compared with a typical rate of about 2.5% earlier in the year.



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Jinha Lee: Reach into the computer and grab a pixel | Video on TED.com





The border between our physical world and the digital information surrounding us has been getting thinner and thinner. Designer and engineer Jinha Lee wants to dissolve it altogether. As he demonstrates in this short, gasp-inducing talk, his ideas include a pen that penetrates into a screen to draw 3D models and a computer desktop prototype that lets you reach through the screen to manipulate digital objects.



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Does Using a Smartphone Make You Less Assertive?





In an experiment, people who had been using smartphone-sized iPod Touch devices were 47% less likely than desktop users to get up to try to find out why a researcher hadn’t come back after leaving the room to fetch paperwork so that participants could be paid.



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How Google Flu Trends Is Getting to the Bottom of Messy Data





Churning through, tabulating, and modeling millions of search queries every day, Google Flu Trends can measure, a full two weeks before the CDC, the incidence of influenza-like illnesses (ILI) across the U.S.



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Make Good Decisions Faster





In her recent HBR article “Transient Advantage," Rita Gunther McGrath describes how “fast and roughly right decision making will replace deliberations that are precise and slow.



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Is Perfectionism Holding You Back? By: Anjali Mullany,...






Is Perfectionism Holding You Back?

By: Anjali Mullany, fastcompany.com


You’re ambitious. Of course it’s important to do the best job that you can—but is your perfectionism preventing you from ever getting that pet project done?


Is your obses­sion with per­fec­tion keep­ing you from achiev­ing your goals? Share…





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RESEARCH: Data capture becoming increasingly difficult...






RESEARCH: Data capture becoming increasingly difficult [infographic]

b2bmarketing.net


Eighty-four per cent of peo­ple think cus­tomers are the most impor­tant thing for a busi­ness to look after, but cap­tur­ing and car­ing for cus­tomer data is becom­ing increas­ing­ly dif­fi­cult, ac …





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The Six Habits Of Successful Private Companies Bruce Upbin,...






The Six Habits Of Successful Private Companies

Bruce Upbin, forbes.com


It’s a good time again to be a pri­vate­ly held com­pa­ny. No pres­sure over quar­ter­ly earn­ings, no obses­sion with stock prices, no anx­i­ety over what you can say to whom about how the busi­ness is going. Heck, nobody out­side the owner has t…





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Telexfree e outras 8 empresas são investigadas por suspeita de pirâmide

Telexfree e outras 8 empresas são investigadas por suspeita de pirâmide:

globo.com


Levantamento é da Associação do Ministério Público do Consumidor. MP estuda pedir bloqueio de bens e suspensão de atividades, diz promotor.





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No Brasil, tablets comercializados só no primeiro trimestre de 2013 superam total de vendas em 2011

No Brasil, tablets comercializados só no primeiro trimestre de 2013 superam total de vendas em 2011:

uol.com.br


A venda de tablets no Brasil, no primeiro trimestre de 2013, superou a comercialização desses produtos em todo o ano de 2011, segundo dados da consultoria IDC. Nos três primeiros meses foram comercia…





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Google And Others Reportedly Pay Adblock Plus To Show You Ads...






Google And Others Reportedly Pay Adblock Plus To Show You Ads Anyway

Darrell Etherington, techcrunch.com


If you work for a com­pa­ny that depends on adver­tis­ing rev­enue, you won’t here peo­ple talk that often about using Adblock Plus, but it’s some­thing that mil­lions of con­sumers prob­a­bly can’t imag­ine their Inter­net brows­ing with­out at t…





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Winds of changeeconomist.com A revolution is taking place in how...






Winds of change

economist.com


A revolution is taking place in how to visualise information


Data Points: Visu­al­i­sa­tion That Means Some­thing. By Nathan Yau. Wiley; 300 pages; $32 and £26.99. Buy from Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk


Facts





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Evernote CEO: Once You Get Used To Google Glass...






Evernote CEO: Once You Get Used To Google Glass ‘You’ll Feel Stupid’ Without It

Julie Bort, businessinsider.com


Ever­note CEO Phil Libin is pos­i­tive that Google Glass, and other com­put­er­ized glass­es, are “going to be huge," he told Char­lie Rose in an inter­view this week.


"I’m embar­rassed that it’s 2013 and I’m wear­ing glass­es not pro­ject­ing…





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Y’all Vs. You All: Mapping The Linguistic Peculiarities Of...






Y’all Vs. You All: Mapping The Linguistic Peculiarities Of American English

BY ZAK STONE, fastcoexist.com


These heat maps of the U.S. break down how people use language and pronounce words differently in different parts of the country: Soda vs. pop, sub vs. hero, water fountain vs. … bubbler?


If lan­guage is the glue that holds cul­tures togeth­er,…





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New Software Can Detect Sarcasm In Emails Better Than Humans?...






New Software Can Detect Sarcasm In Emails Better Than Humans? Sure It Can

Michael Moran, The Guardian, businessinsider.com


When I first met Mrs Moran, about 12 years ago, it was dur­ing the sec­ond great wave of mobile phone own­er­ship. The early adopters, those prophets of The Appren­tice, had spent enough on hardback-sized mobile phones in the first half of the 90s…





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Os interesses dos partidos que travam a reforma política Laryssa...






Os interesses dos partidos que travam a reforma política

Laryssa Borges, de Brasília, abril.com.br


Congresso


Projetos que podem mudar o modelo eleitoral estão engavetados há anos no Congresso porque os principais partidos do país não chegam a um consenso


O ple­bis­ci­to opor­tu­nis­ta pro­pos­to pelo …





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A Loss For Anderson Silva At UFC 162 Would Be A Win For...






A Loss For Anderson Silva At UFC 162 Would Be A Win For UFC

Chris Smith, forbes.com


One of UFC’s most antic­i­pat­ed fights is final­ly here. Tomor­row night Ander­son Silva will defend his mid­dleweight title against Chris Wei­d­man, who is 9-0 in his MMA career, at UFC 162 in Las Vegas, Neva­da.


Silva has held the belt since…





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