Monday, December 25, 2017

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289: Everything is “Figureoutable”, with Amy Porterfield (Best Of) | The Solopreneur Hour Podcast w/ Michael O'Neal - Job Security For The Unemployable

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From Seth Rich To Disappearing Off Twitter — A Timeline Of Julian Assange's Wild And Crazy Week

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www.thegatewaypundit.com - Julian Assange had one crazy week. Well, 9 days to be exact. From Seth Rich to briefly disappearing off Twitter, The Gateway Pundit recounts all the bizarre things that happened to the WikiLeaks foun…

How to Get Going with MailChimp and Email Marketing

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The most talked-about stories on Ars Technica in 2017

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arstechnica.com - Yesterday, we gave you the top 20 features and news stories on Ars Technica in 2017. Today, it's time to talk about... the posts people talked about. Sometimes, we at the Orbiting HQ are genuinely su…

A Christmas gift from Game Boy ROM hackers: Super Mario Land 2 in color

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arstechnica.com - The Christmas holiday season is traditionally a great time to kick back and catch up on forgotten video games, and usually, we recommend doing so with majorly discounted video game sales. That's stil…

5 Outstanding Marketing Campaigns You Can Run Without a Developer

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blog.wishpond.com - When most marketers hear “email marketing automation”, they think about sending triggered emails to their leads and customers. However, there’s another often-overlooked use for email marketing automa…

How to Anonymize Everything You Do Online

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www.wired.com - One year after the first revelations of Edward Snowden, cryptography has shifted from an obscure branch of computer science to an almost mainstream notion: It’s possible, user privacy groups and a gr…

The Complete Guide to Returning Gifts

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How to Save Your Tunes From Amazon Music Storage Before They Disappear

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lifehacker.com - Amazon is discontinuing its Music Storage service, which let paid subscribers upload and listen to up to 250,000 of their own songs. The service shuts down for good in January 2019, but you should ge…

Clear your web browser's cache, cookies, and history

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Unlocking Facebook Ad Retargeting Using Website Custom Audiences

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How To Make Your Own Website Quick And Easy

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Is Technology the Key to Success in the 21st Century?

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www.lifehack.org - Technology advances by leaps and bounds. It seems like we’re always fighting to stay current on tech trends. Consumers aren’t alone in this race for the hottest products and services on the market. M…

U.S. Navy Deletes Bizarre Tweet About Julian Assange After Account Disappears (SCREENSHOT)

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www.thegatewaypundit.com - The U.S. Navy apologized Monday for tweeting about Julian Assange after the WikiLeaks founder’s account disappeared from Twitter on Christmas Eve. “This morning, an inadvertent keystroke by an author…

Get Paid to Advertise for Companies with Revenue from Advertising

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Guide On How To Create Good Quality Web Design

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How To Win Sales And Influence Buying Decisions Via The Inbox

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All You Need To Know About Facebook Marketing

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Navigation Apps Are Turning Quiet Neighborhoods Into Traffic Nightmares

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www.nytimes.com - “Without question, the game changer has been the navigation apps,” said Tom Rowe, Leonia’s police chief. “In the morning, if I sign onto my Waze account, I find there are 250,000 ‘Wazers’ in the area…

The Two Online Security Steps You Should Stop Putting Off

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www.nytimes.com - My favorite password manager is LastPass — which our friends at The Wirecutter, a New York Times company, also recommend — because it works with every browser, it works with most mobile phones, and i…

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