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How to Reduce the Production of CO2 in Daily Life?

Rut Abrain reflects on her blog Esturirafi about one of the main cause of climate change: the production of carbon dioxide (CO2). In this sense, the blogger stresses out that not only factories, vehicles and planes produce CO2, but also each one of un in our daily lives. To have...

Blogging for an Audience of One

This summer we encountered some delays in building the blog’s redesigned pages. Basically, we got behind. It was stressful but then it was okay, as it usually is. The most important thing is having a great product in the end. During the delay, I spent some time working away on stuff that no one would…

Deep Habits: Three Tips for Taming Undecidable Tasks

Deciding the Undecidable In a recent blog post I introduced the notion of undecidable tasks — a particularly important type of work that’s not well covered by standard productivity advice. These tasks are crucial to my job as an academic — as they are to many creative fields — so I devote a lot of […]

Blog: Why Tencent is turning its attention to overseas game developers

"Tencent has very good reasons to prefer foreign game companies: domestic developers aren't willing to put their big works on Tencent's channels only, and foreign game companies usually have better products."...

Selling eBooks and Digital Products on Your Blog? You Need to Know About EU VAT-MOSS

This is a guest contribution from freelance writer Jawat Khan. Ask any professional blogger and he’ll tell you that selling eBooks, eCourses, trainings, tutorials and other forms of digital products is one of the most profitable ways of making a sustainable income from your blog. It’s not easy, of course. You need to spend countless [...]Show More Summary

Which Comes First, The Audience Or The Product?

Most businesses will start with the product. A great invention is produced and the marketing department is given the task of getting that product known to the world. A lot of time, effort, and a huge budget goes into blogs, ads, infographics,...Show More Summary

I'm Not Buying It - Not The Wall Street Rip, Nor The Keynesian Rap

Submitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog, First comes production. Then comes income. Spending and savings follow. All the rest is debt…….unless you believe in a magic Keynesian ether called “aggregate demand” and a blatant stab-in-the-dark called “potential GDP”. Show More Summary

DuClaw Brewing Colossus

The post, DuClaw Brewing Colossus, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Colossus isn’t just one of the one of the more limited-release products from Maryland’s DuClaw Brewing, it’s also one of the most appropriately named. This American strong ale is a mammoth brew, weighing in at 17.3% ABV. Show More Summary

Retail Minded Recognized as “TOP BLOG” By National Hardware Show

December 18, 2014 – Parker, CO - The hardware retail industry involves a wide array of products, from spray-foam insulation and miter saws to small kitchen appliances and decorative candles. But did you among that dust and hardware are busy merchants that refer to Retail Minded to gain retail insight? The Retail Minded Blog is [...]

Microsoft blushes after senior employee goes on Google Apps ‘knucklehead’ rant

“We’re sorry, but we can’t find the page you are looking for” is all that remains of a rather contentious and highly amusing Microsoft Office Blogs post in which a senior product manager for Office 365 writing under the name … Continue reading ?

Microsoft Employee Pens The Worst/Best Corporate Blog Post Of All Time

Recently a Microsoft employee published a blog post on the company’s Office blog. The missive, under the name of Tim Carroll, a “senior product manager on the Office 365 team,” is perhaps the worst and best corporate blog post of all time. A Microsoft spokesperson informed TechCrunch that “the blog post was not properly vetted,” that it has been taken down, and… Read More

Microsoft Pulls An Embarrassing Blog Post Making Fun Of Google Apps (MSFT)

On Tuesday, a Microsoft senior product manager for Office 365 wrote a blog post with the title "Google Apps Brings Families Together." It was bizarre. In it, the manager talked about his "Knucklehead Son" who wanted to " wander around the country in a Volkswagen camper van" and compared that son to Google. Show More Summary

Rumor Roundup: Three takes on a Samsung rumor

With only one new rumor since the last roundup, it's once again a good opportunity to examine how three different rumor blogs reacted to the same information. Production of next year's A9 chip reportedly underway, Samsung may take 100% of orders (9t...

What the Ad Industry Can Teach You About Running Your Band Like a Brand

By Tyler Perry on Sonicbids Blog Your band is your brand. Whether you like it or not, that's just the truth. Your music is your product, your fans are your customers, your genre is your industry, and your content is your positioning....Show More Summary

Microsoft To Accept Bitcoin For Range Of Products Via BitPay

Microsoft (MSFT) said that customers are now able to buy games and apps at its online Windows and Xbox stores with bitcoins. Microsoft announced on its blog Thursday that it would now accept bitcoins via BitPay, the world’s leading bitcoin payment processor: “you can trade-in bitcoin – at current market value — and add it [...]

Discount Pass to the Stadium Club

If you know me as a collector, or read this blog, you're probably aware that I don't buy a lot of modern day wax, and when I do it's usually on the cheap in the form of repacks or discounted product that's a couple of years old. One product I've been tempted by this year though is Topps Stadium Club baseball. Show More Summary

Headline News from - December 11, 2014

On the Web: Square Hires Visa CMO to Lead Customer Acquisition - Ad Age - "Square has hired Visa CMO of Core Products Kevin Burke to lead customer acquisition for the company." Circle Team and Leadership Expansion - Circle Blog - "Paul...Show More Summary

PWS Piston System Slow Motion Cutaway

What a cool way to demonstrate your product. PWS cut away parts of the receiver to accent and focus on the movements of their piston system. The post PWS Piston System Slow Motion Cutaway appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Google News to shut down in Spain following new copyright law

A new copyright law in Spain is forcing Google to close the doors on its news product. In a post on the Google Europe blog today, the company wrote that it’s closing the service with “real sadness” ahead of the new law going into effect this January. Show More Summary

Systemic Failure: "Doctors Prescribing Meds Based On Drug Company Kickbacks" Edition

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, When the drug maker Genentech introduced a major product in 2006, it found itself in an awkward position: persuading eye doctors to start using its new more expensive drug instead of a popular cheaper version that the company already sold. Show More Summary

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