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Snap falls below its IPO price for the first time

Oh Snap. The Snapchat parent had a difficult day on the stock market, closing at $16.99. It’s officially fallen below its $17 IPO price for the first time. This is significant because it means that overall, public investors have lost money on the company since its March IPO. Show More Summary

Twitter lets you avoid trolls by muting new users and strangers

When trolls barge into people’s notifications with offensive replies or user names, they might not keep coming back to Twitter. So today the company rolled out new tools to help you silence the riff-raff. There are now options to mute notifications from newly registered accounts, people you don’t follow, and people who don’t follow you. Show More Summary

Australian Police Shoot Batman and Joker for Having Sex in Club

And here we thought American police were trigger happy, but I guess we got nothing on the Outback’s police force. I say this because at a recent outing in a nightclub down under, man and woman dressed like Batman and the Joker were shot by police for fornicating in public. Granted, you cannot have intercourse […]

The Power of Anti-Goals – Andrew Wilkinson | Andrew Wilkinson

The Power of Anti-Goals – Andrew Wilkinson | Andrew Wilkinson: Andrew Wilkinson and his partner Chris [insert last name here] determined that they would ‘design the perfect day’ defensively, by stipulating what not to do: […] we made...Show More Summary

Make More Money with admitad CPA Affiliate Network

Boasting over 1,300 widely recognized international brands advertising on its network and more than half a million publishers promoting those offers, admitad proudly proclaims itself to be the best CPA affiliate network on the Internet today. Show More Summary

Google Analytics: Your Free Goldmine to More Leads, Sales and Human Connections [Podcast]

In a new Social Zoom Factor podcast, Pam Moore looks at the many benefits of Google Analytics data, and how to use it to advantage.

11 Tips for Pairing Images With Blog Posts

What you say in images matters more than you might think - here are some tips on how to pick the best images to pair with your written content.

"The standards organization of the United States, NIST, has concluded that many common requirements..."

“ The standards organization of the United States, NIST, has concluded that many common requirements for passwords, like forcing you to use special characters, are misguided. Instead, NIST recommends the use of lengthy passwords, and instructs administrators to allow passwords to run at least 64 characters long. Show More Summary

archlaser: China Fuzhou Jin Niu Shan Trans-Urban...

archlaser: China Fuzhou Jin Niu Shan Trans-Urban Connector LOOK Architects  Gulou District, Fuzhou, China, 2017 Sweet.

Welcome (Back) to the Divided States of America | Colin Woodard

Welcome (Back) to the Divided States of America | Colin Woodard: Colin Woodard has taken the themes of American Nations and is using them as a lens to examine our current political mess: In recent decades, national politics has increasingly coalesced around two diametrically opposed regional coalitions. Show More Summary

Titanium Mastermind Fiery Farewell Party

On the last day of the MOBE Titanium Mastermind in Costa Rica, we had a farewell party complete with food, drinks, music, mind actors, a super tall dude, and fire dancers! It was a great way to end the mastermind. I am looking forward to the next one. Click Here To Download John Chow’s New eBook, The Ultimate Online Profit […]

Google is Helping Fund AI News Writers in the UK and Ireland

Summary: Google is giving the Press Association news agency a grant of €706,000 ($806,000) to start writing stories with the help of artificial intelligence. The money is coming out of the tech giant’s Digital News Initiative fund, which supports digital journalism in Europe. The PA supplies news stories to media outlets all over the UK...

Make More Mobile Money Online with AdMobiSpy

Why reinvent the wheel when there are literally thousands, if not millions of other people already working on creating bigger, better and faster wheels all the time? Doesn’t it just make more sense if you can leverage what they’re already doing for your own profit? In essence, that’s what you get when you leverage the power of AdMobiSpy in the […]

Snapchat or Instagram Stories: Which is Better for Your Business?

Snapchat versus Instagram Stories - which is better for your brand? Here's an overview of the key considerations.

How to Convert Blog Posts into Engaging Videos for Social Media

This new tools enables you to convert text-based blog posts into video, which can help generate more engagement on social.

7 Tips for Crafting an Effective Social Media Marketing Strategy

Having a social media strategy is crucial if you're going to maximize your time, investment and effort. Here are seven core strategy tips. 

4 Ways to Protect Yourself from Social Media Bullying

Cyberbullying has become a major issue that bothers many parents today. With a growing number of schoolchildren and teens experiencing this problem which are highlighted on social media, they can’t help but fear for the safety of their kids online and even offline. A study by the Cyber Research Center has found that an estimated […]

My New House Renovation Update

On this episode of the Dot Com Lifestyle Vlog, I give you an update on the renovations being done to my new home. The old floor tiles has been taken out and all the bathrooms have been demoed. It’s a big mess right now, but in a month it will look like a show home. Click Here To Download John […]

"The less you know about a project, the more creative you can be."

“The less you know about a project, the more creative you can be.” - | Beth Comstock, How I Unlearn This is supported by research: people with backgrounds farther from the domain make more creative recommendations.

"We’re caught in between the structures of the future, which are still self-assembling, and the..."

“We’re caught in between the structures of the future, which are still self-assembling, and the structures of the past, which are being disassembled. When it comes to getting things done, what we think we know about the how the world works is not always useful. To keep things moving, we have no choice but to unlearn.” - | Beth Comstock, How I Unlearn

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