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Internet Marketing Newsletter PLR – Product Review You may have seen a lot of hype around Nick James’ Internet Marketing Newsletter PLR lately. They have just released their 100th issue and Nick is celebrating by offering a huge discount to new members. You might be wondering if this is any good and worth joining. I’m going to give you my full unbiased review here, but the short version is… yes, it’s definitely worth joining this while the discount is still available! However, this is obviously not a good fit for all marketers and businesses… so read on below to see if this will be a good investment for you.   Firstly… what is the Internet Marketing Newsletter PLR? This is …

JD Salinger estate finally agrees to ebook editions

Authors son explains that wish for accessibility has persuaded trustees to look past his fathers dislike of digital media After years of refusing to allow publishers to digitise his works, the estate of JD Salinger has announced that the authors famously small body of work will be published as ebooks for the first time. Salingers son Matt said that the author had always valued accessibility, but preferred the experience of reading a physical book. The Catcher in the Rye author, who died in 2010 at the age of 91, also hated the internet; Matt And in 2009, Fahrenheit 451 author Ray Bradbury told the New York Times: They wanted to put a book of mine on Yahoo! You know what …

I tried Be My Eyes, the popular app that pairs blind people with helpers

The app helps blind or visually impaired people connect with users for everyday tasks and has way more volunteers than its creators expected In the oversaturated app market, one has reached a frequently neglected demographic: blind people. Be My Eyes, created by Hans Jorgen Wiberg in 2015, pairs volunteers with blind or visually impaired people in need of help with small, everyday tasks. These can range from reading an expiration date on a carton of milk to describing the color of a shirt. Wanting to be of help, I volunteered my eyes, ready to answer the call of a person in need of a snack or an opinion on an outfit. There is one flaw with the app, albeit a …

If Silicon Valley were a country, it would be among the richest on Earth

With $128,308 per capita in annual gross domestic product, Silicon Valley residents out-produce almost every nation on the planet Were it real, the Sultanate of Silicon Valley would be among the worlds richest countries. Cranking out $128,308 per capita in annual gross domestic product (GDP), residents in Californias tech belt out-produce almost every nation on the planet. The valleys output, pegged at $275bn by the federal Bureau of Economic Analysis, is higher than Finlands. Depending on how one counts it, Qatars per-capita GDP, estimated by the World Bank at $128,647 in 2017, is the worlds highest. The per-person output from Silicon Valley more precisely, the San Jose metro area actually outpaces Qatars by some measures, and puts the valley squarely …

Hotels at centre of rape allegations promoted on TripAdvisor

Woman told by website to leave first person review detailing sexual assault Hotels around the world at the centre of sexual assault allegations are continuing to be promoted on TripAdvisor, despite some complainants contacting the travel company to warn them of alleged attacks by staff members. TripAdvisor is the largest travel site in the world, with 456 million people visiting the site every month to search for accommodation and other hospitality sites ranked according user reviews. But two women who alleged they were raped by staff employed by businesses currently promoted on TripAdvisor said the company is failing its duty to public safety in the way it handles such complaints. They said they fear others are at risk without information …

Virtual reality game shows Danish teenagers how to party without a hangover

Online tool will tackle the worst youth alcohol problem in Europe So youre 16 and at a schoolfriends party. Youve had three or four drinks already, and are just starting to feel it. The most popular guy in the class comes up and demands you have another. And then another. What happens next? Rather than finding out in real life, researchers in Denmark, who are trying to cure Europes worst teenage binge-drinking problem, hope the likely consequences can be shown virtually in a game due to launch later this year. Virtual reality can provide a really intense experience, the feeling of actually being there, but without the real-life harm of getting drunk and blacking out, said Gunver Majgaard, a robotics …