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Beer Stock Market – Internet User Venture Capital!

Hi all,I’ve been busy building this “online stock” market over at SiteHoppin.com.

Go check it out as we just launched it…and I need some rest from 5 straight days of ridiculous coding…

SiteHoppin Beer Stocks are “internet stocks”, we call IUVC (Internet User Venture Capital), that allow you to buy into our new company without having to invest millions, unlike

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DIY – Frontier Labels for adding graphics to your next product

This is a paid review on ReviewMe.

Check out Frontier Labels for your next graphics job, whether that’s preparing a sample for your next client meeting or it’s for your mom-and-pop online store.

It looks like they’ve got a wide range of sizes for your next project that requires labels. I am even thinking of ordering one of their free samples for my websites.

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iPhone 2.0 coming soon… with 100 million dollars for app developers!

Lol… check out iPhone’s counter-attack on Google 10 million dollar prizes to Android developers.

Who will win? Definitely, iPhone is way ahead as far as technology and Google’s simply chippin’ away to their new venture.

The only thing I hope for? That, Apple gets their bandwidths straight and start getting on CDMA networks or even better, WiMax.

With all the telecommunications companies profiting off old outdated technologies in the US, WiMax might still be years away but at least somebody is trying.

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What’s StumbleUpon afraid of?

In a recent encounter with StumbleUpon‘s banning of 20 accounts in our network, we have conjured up a little bit of something we read in a book by Guy Kawasaki, “

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World Record – John Chow is the Blogging Seinfeld? He makes money making fun of the internet!

As you well know, my blogger friend John Chow was on Entrepreneur this month! He’s coined as the “Blogging Seinfeld”. I couldn’t agree more. There’s a lot of people saying how John Chow is a spam blog but I disagree with that. He made a new blogging topic, “Making Money Online” so explosive that now you see thousands of blogs like John Chow’s.

If it wasn’t for his blog, I doubt there would be such an enormous “buzz” around the internet about maki

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Mike Arrington on TV

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-GYU-u3IPc

Here’s some interesting interview with Mike Arrington, the founder of TechCrunch.

via TechCrunch

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CES 2008 – Bill Gates Interview

Check out the interview with Bill Gates on SiteHoppin. Interesting.

In the first segment of our Bill Gates CES 2008 interview, we asked the difference between Apple’s approach and Microsoft’s approach when it comes to product releases. Apple steers clear of products that might be iffy in their first iteration—portable music rentals; DVR—whereas Microsoft rolls out stuff that may not be quite ready. B

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EntreCard WINS – EntreCard beats BlogRush in Alexa Reach, Rankings, and Traffic!

UPDATE, don’t use Entrecard, they are backstabbing type of people.

Entrecard and Blogrush both have customer service problems.  Blogrush died already and Entrecard will too soon. 🙂

Lately, I’ve been keeping a keen eye on my friend Graham Langdon, creator of Million Dollar Wiki. He has created a new site called EntreCard that allows bloggers to advertise for free on other blogger’s blogs. Basically, bloggers can trade 125×125 pixel ad spots.

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QuarterWiki – Pages are being sold like Hotcakes!

I just wanted to give our readers heads up the latest buzz from Zedomax.Net. Our new QuarterWiki has been selling pages like hotcakes after a review on John Chow dot com. It seems that bad publicity has actually helped us sell more pag

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DIY – HOWTO get FREE publicity for your business!

I was stumblin’ the other day and came across this really cool site called Scribd, where you can upload your documents and share with the world. What does it do? It makes your PDF or Word Doc file visible on the internet.

Okay, this might not be the best site to publish your secret ingredient to making the pizza sauce. But if you already have powerpoint, Word Doc, or PDFs of your pamphlets, booklets, or e-books that promote your products, you might want to consider uploading them here. G

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