This is long but worth a read.
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“Money only exists if two or more people believe it exists.” – Daniel Suelo
The Man Who Quit Money: An Interview with Daniel Suelo | Becoming Minimalist
Daniel lives entirely without money and has done so for the past 12 years. In 2000, he put his entire life savings in a phone booth, walked away, and has lived moneyless ever since. Most frequently, h…
Would you like to try winning a DeLorean?
Click the link already!!
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Wow. This is pretty amazing and awesome! After reading the book, I am 100% positive I am not clever enough or good enough at video games to possibly have a chance of winning though. lol! I bet the hint is a doozy.
This is a long video but I absolutely live my life in the way that Isaac spoke of – I’m a continual student – continually learning – voraciously learning what’s interesting to me and learning what’s related to what’s interesting to me… infinitely!
Reshared post from +Gordon Runkle
Isaac Asimov’s 1988 interview discussing education and the Internet; before there even was an Internet.
What types of infographics are there at our disposal? Here, consult this infographic!
via +Loc Train
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A distressing reflection about the use of infographics. A post made by +Chris Brogan led to the search for this, thanks Chris.
Infographics: An Infographic
Infographics are kind of annoying. Sure, they pack a lot of information into a few words and figures, but they often leave you wanting more (and it doesn't help that they're impossible not to click on…
I've been appreciating this fine Chrome extension recently. LOVE seeing Facebook and Twitter feeds right here in G+ and being able to post to FB/Tw here, too.
One stop shopping. NICE.
Other extensions I've tried were clunky, didn't offer the IN stream (just an OUT stream to post to FB/Tw) and didn't work as well. This one seems to do a great job. The only request I'd have of the developers is to truncate for Twitter and link to the post on G+ instead of making me do it manually before sharing.