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If you are a commodity service, clients will want to pay as little as possible, and you won’t be able to make a living.

If you are a commodity service (your customers see no differentiation between you and someone else), clients will want to pay as little as possible, and you won’t be able to make a living. http://www.carolroth.com/blog/agency-and-the-gig-economy-dont-be-an-idiot/ Continue reading

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Income

income.com is not just another company or website, it is a movement. It is a movement to make entrepreneurship cool again and it’s single purpose is to encourage, support, and educate aspiring entrepreneurs and turn them into successful job creators … Continue reading Continue reading

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HURRAY!! According to Julian Assange, my ideas appear to have influenced someone named “Nobody”

Nobody wants to acknowledge that Google has grown big and bad. http://www.newsweek.com/assange-google-not-what-it-seems-279447 Note that this article contains many links to the domain “archive.today” — I have no idea who is behind that (so please: follow those links at your own risk ) Thanks / Via http://battellemedia.com/archives/2014/10/else-10-27-14-assange-takes-google.php Continue reading

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People involved in the business of literature “are better placed to collaborate with other cultural institutions and lifestyle purveyors, with restaurants, with bars, with museums, with arthouse cinemas, creating thematic connections and cultural nexuses”

Publishing is a word that, like the book, is almost but not quite a proxy for the “business of literature.” Current accounts of publishing have the industry about as imperiled as the book, and the presumption is that if we … Continue reading
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