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Featured streams for Twine users. You have been redirected to this page because the service is no longer available. Discover trending topics and interests you were following on in a whole new way. Evri finds the latest news on your favorite topics so you can sit back and get informed. Check out the featured streams below or search for your favorite topic to start discovering the real-time stories on Guerrilla Billionaire™ : Career Freedom: Around the World in 80. Career Freedom: Around the World in 80 Trades Although this blog maybe about learning the strategies and tactics of self-made billionaires on the surface, at rock bottom it's about freedom.

Guerrilla Billionaire™ : Career Freedom: Around the World in 80

With that in mind, I'd like to share with you a great tale of a man who found freedom for a year. Suppose for a moment that time travel was possible and you found yourself 1000 years back in time somewhere along the old Silk Road with a limited grubstake of money. Could you survive by trading? The series, Around the World in 80 Trades, is about a man who places himself in such a predicament in order to test his mettle.

Each of the four episodes is approximately 50 minutes long. Google Apps Refresh Sets Up Deathmatch With Microsoft. The battle for the collaborative backbone behind Google Apps versus Microsoft's SharePoint and Exchange is on, and Google is going for Microsoft's jugular.

Google Apps Refresh Sets Up Deathmatch With Microsoft

Until now, most customers of Microsoft Office had a variety of good reasons to stick with the status quo, steering clear of Google Apps unless they needed it for a bargaining chip when negotiating with Microsoft. But, between Monday's launch of the new versions of Google Documents and Google Spreadsheets and Google's forthcoming plans for the recently acquired DocVerse, Google Apps should no longer be just a bargaining tool. For the latest Desktop Apps news, opinion and conversation, be sure to check out InformationWeek's Special Report: Desktop Apps: Time For Change. iPipeline Launches V7.2 of the Velocity On-Demand Platform by In. Webklipper. FreeOnlineEducationalSites. MIT World >> : Video Index - MIT World is a free, open streaming media web site of the most significant public events at MIT.


It features the most recent speakers and guests from across the campus and around the world. It is a project of the Professional Education Programs at MIT's School of Engineering. MIT Open Course Ware >> : Video and Audio Index - A key MIT OCW audience is educators, and for them, we are hoping that by providing the syllabus, reading lists and lecture notes, we are offering a chance for them to jumpstart their own pedagogy and improve the way they teach their chosen discipline. MIT Open Course Ware >> : Master Course List - a list of courses available through MIT's Open Course Ware initiative. Links to syllabi, lecture notes, reading lists, etc. London School of Economics >> : Public Lectures and Transcripts - Lecture transcripts from a range of speakers and invited lecturers. The Stingy Scholar >> : Educational Resource Blog - How to learn for free on the web. U. Patti Anklam » The 3rd SM: Enterprise SM.

5 Blogs Every MBA Student Should Be Reading. Phil Bradley's weblog: Netvibes adds instant dashboards. Enable - home2009. The Founder Institute: Helping Founders to Build Great Companies. Top 10 Clicks: What Accountants Are Reading This Week : CPA Tren. 15 New Rules of Networking and Marketing Communication. Twitter Predicts the Future. [Translations: Japanese] The chatter in Twitter can accurately predict the box-office revenues of upcoming movies weeks before they are released.

Twitter Predicts the Future

In fact, Tweets can predict the performance of films better than market-based predictions, such as Hollywood Stock Exchange, which have been the best predictors to date. The Social Computing Lab at HP Labs in Palo Alto, CA found that using only the rate at which movies are mentioned could successfully predict future revenues. The New Volunteer Manifesto. Just a quick pointer, in case you haven’t seen it yet, to Deirdre Reid’s post the New Volunteer Manifesto.

The New Volunteer Manifesto

It’s a Cluetrain-inspired call to action for associations, to define and develop the 21st century volunteer. Read it, comment, share it! Some of my favorite points (my bold): Members are strategic assets whose talents can be shared with the association. Other Projects. Summer Reading: Daniel Pink (Marketplace, American Public Media, August 1 2011) Why bosses need to show their soft side (Telegraph, July 17, 2011) Forget shareholders, maximise consumer value instead (Telegraph, June 18, 2011) Employees are faster and more creative when solving other people’s problems (Telegraph, May 22, 2011)

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SEOmoz Doubles the Volume of Their Free SEO API. SEOmoz recently opened an API to their search engine optimization service, and inevitably comparisons were made to Site Explorer, which is a similar service offered by Yahoo.

SEOmoz Doubles the Volume of Their Free SEO API

In a field where stats are king, the 500 links offered by the free SEOmoz service seemed to come up short against the 1000 links offered by Site Explorer. But that has now changed, with SEOmoz doubling their volume of data available with their free API: You might have gotten a totally awesome email last week announcing that the free SEOmoz API is now serving up to 1,000 links. This is the same free API that’s powering tons of internal reporting tools and plenty of tools you might have already seen. This includes Carter Cole’s SEO Site Tools toolbar which went volcanic last month. The increased link count is also available in Open Site Explorer, which is a link popularity checker and backlink analysis tool provided by SEOmoz. Visit The Easy API and SEOmoz profile pages for more information on these APIs. A New Framework for Co-creating. A New Framework for Co-creating Business and Social Value Michel Bauwens 1st February 2008.

A New Framework for Co-creating

VisInsights. Your Guide To Ubuntu Repositories and Package Management. Most Linux distributions that are aimed at average users have a package management tool.

Your Guide To Ubuntu Repositories and Package Management

RedHat and Fedora have RPM, Debian/Ubuntu/Mint has APT, Arch has Pacman and so on. Each of them essentially do the same thing — keep track of what is installed, lets you install and remove software as well as prompt you to update the installed software whenever necessary. Choosing one to have a detailed look at, it would be APT package management in Ubuntu. One Economy Corporation.