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Natural Language Domain Names are the Only Platforms Freelancers + Other Providers Need

Over the last decade, the Social Media industry birthed many groups to serve content providers. The birth of the social media industry resulted in many realize that the audience gave way to participants. Nearly everyone is now creating sharing, chatting, rating and ranking alongside the mainstream media. Just as we saw in the social media […] Continue reading

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Personally, I prefer self-reliance to self-regulation

“I think consumers care less than we think in the moment. They care in the abstract sense,” Kleinberg says. http://www.tractionco.com/blog/419-the-shadowy-world-of-data Whatever you put out there is free for the taking. If you give data to Google and/or Facebook (or Amazon or indeed almost any retard media website [such as the New York Times]), obviously they […] Continue reading

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Just Dance

My friend J.D. Rucker shared some information about video games + gaming that totally surprised me (namely how much time adult women spend playing games compared to boys and men aged 15-34) — and so I decided to follow up on it (thinking that the games in question might be casual / social games like […] Continue reading

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