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How Sharika Brown Earns Six Figures and A Free Mustang

It took Sharika Brown six months to make her first $14K online. Ten months later, I met up with her at the Supercharge Summit in Las Vegas, and her online income passed $100K. Now, she earned herself a free car from the MOBE Motors program as well! To think, all this started with her going through my 21 step program. […]

Sellers can now invoice buyers through PayPal’s new chat extension for Messenger

PayPal and Facebook are expanding their integrations today with the launch of an extension for Messenger that allows PayPal sellers to invoice buyers directly through private messaging. The feature is ideal for use with Facebook’s numerous...Show More Summary

Leverage Your Blogging for More Money Making Opportunities

There’s more than one way to skin a cat and in the online world of entrepreneurship and marketing, you don’t want to be a one-trick pony. Animal-related idioms aside, it is absolutely true that you don’t want to spread yourself too thin. At the same time, you also don’t want to put all your eggs in one basket. Adhere to […]

"We know that there is no help for us but from one another, that no hand will save us if we do not..."

“We know that there is no help for us but from one another, that no hand will save us if we do not reach out our hand. And the hand that you reach out is empty, as mine is. You have nothing. You possess nothing. You own nothing. You are free. All you have is what you are, and what you give.” - | Ursula K. Le Guin, The Dispossessed

I Made How Much Today?!?!

On this episode of the Dot Com Life Vlog, I take you through a typical Monday. This will give you an idea on what it’s like to live the Dot Com Lifestyle. Please let me know if you like this format of video. If you do, I will create more. if not, then I will got back to the regular […]

Photographer Stephen Shore brings Instagram to the MoMA

Stephen Shore made a name for himself shooting classic Americana mundanity in the 70s, evolving his work from automatic cameras to large-format cameras, using both color and black and white, and continuing to adapt in the age of digital photography, digital printing and social media. Show More Summary

The Pivot to Reality for Digital Media

Summary: BuzzFeed and Vice reportedly missed revenue goals for the year; Mashable was sold for a fifth of its one-time valuation; and Oath, the Verizon unit containing Yahoo, AOL and HuffPost, laid off more than 500.

"New Think usually involves lateral thinking. Lateral thinking is based on biological information..."

“New Think usually involves lateral thinking. Lateral thinking is based on biological information processing principles which differ from the physical information processing principles of mathematics, logic, and computers. For instance,...Show More Summary

How to Build Deep Links to Boost Your Website in the SERP’s

The concept of deeplinking is NOT new but the value placed on it has never been more evident. For those of you not aware of the term “deeplinking”, it refers to building links to internal pages on your website to increase the overall value of your entire site. The reason Google is putting so much emphasis on this concept is […]

mapsontheweb:The Carta Pisana - The oldest known surviving...

mapsontheweb: The Carta Pisana - The oldest known surviving Portolan Chart. Drawn on vellum, the shape of the animal it was taken from can clearly be seen.

"Sometimes philosophy needs to cry."

“Sometimes philosophy needs to cry.” - | Timothy Morton, I’ve Been Kicked In The Biosphere

Trump's latest tweets lashing out at UCLA players are his least presidential yet

Donald Trump's latest threats over Twitter are pretty shocking, even by his standards. The U.S. president has lashed out at LaVar Ball, father of one of the three UCLA basketball players who were recently detained in China on shoplifting...Show More Summary

Ello Again…

The social networking platform splashed onto the tech scene promoting itself as an ad-free rival to Facebook. Soon millions of people (including yours truly) signed on just to see what all the fuss was about. The platform quickly ballooned to nearly 3 million community members in a short few months. Show More Summary

Why Passive Income Is Like the Stock Market

More than ten years ago, in the early days of this blog, John wrote about the concept of trading hours for dollars. If you haven’t read that post, I highly recommend you go back and read it. A lot has changed on the Internet since then, but the fundamental philosophy remains the same. Passive income is the way to go, […]

Paying for My New Tesla Roadster

On this episode of the Dot Com Life Vlog, I check out the SMMOC meetup in Irvine, have Dot Com Lunch at Pho Ba Co, go to the UPS store, go make up shopping, and wire Tesla Motors for the balance owning on the $200K Tesla Roadster that I ordered yesterday. Tesla unveiled the new Roadster at their semi truck […]

A Short Poll on the Future of Work

Please participate in a short (just a few questions) poll on the future of work, here. I will post the results both here, and in the Work Futures newsletter (sign up here).

More Common Blogging Mistakes You Could Be Making

When starting a blog, you have to be very careful today because there is no shortage of other relevant blogs your visitor can turn to. Mistakes made during content writing and blog setup can be very costly because once a visitor leaves your domain, it will be very hard to get them back, especially when they had an initial bad […]

Bad People | Robert Bly

A man told me once that all the bad people Were needed. Maybe not all, but your fingernails You need; they are really claws, and we know Claws. The sharks–what about them? They make other fish swim faster. The hard-faced men In black coats who chase you for hours In dreams–that’s the only way to get you To the shore. Show More Summary

Selfie tourism is killing these incredibly cute creatures

Warning: this article contains images of animal abuse which some may find distressing. A small furry creature huddles close to a tree branch on the edge of the forest. Its large, globular eyes are shut (it’s daytime, and so now it sleeps);...Show More Summary

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