The most profound thought from a recent Inc. Magazine interview with Paul Graham was his response to a question about bad habits shared by YC founders: They don’t realize how independent they can be. When you’re a child, your parents...
After Dan from The Electric Typewriter asked me to put together a list of my favorite essays, I got a little overzealous. My master list was something like 37 essays before I narrowed it down to the...
Although Wikipedia is a great place to find information, it's subject to incomplete citations, biased views, and inaccuracies. And when you absolutely have to have undisputable facts, that's just not good enough.
I posted about 'Who sees your post?' and the feedback from both Google and my Circleverse was great!
Let's look closely at the whole posting on Google+ and how the posts are distributed.
I do a lot of testing on Google+ and because my approach sometimes is a bit unorthodox, I call it "The Dumb Blonde Testing". Trying to clear things up so that even I can easily understand the results, being a non-techie. :-) #JaanaResearch is the hash I use for these.
Google is a more powerful tool than most people realize. You can get much more refined searches with Google's built-in tools, advanced operators, and third-party extensions. You can also use it for some pretty cool stuff if you know the right tricks.
Doing anything remotely interesting will bring criticism. Attempting to do anything large-scale and interesting will bring armies of detractors and saboteurs. This is fine—if you are willing to take the heat.
I freaked out and started screaming.” Kaleigh’s mother, Holly Ahern, came running and removed it. “I took the kid and the tick to the doctor,” she said. “I told him, Here is my kid, here is the tick, and there is the place where it was attached to her.”