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Making Easy Money on the Internet

The internet has redefined nearly every aspect of human life. Communication, employment and marketing have all changed. Individuals use it to connect with friends, get informed and play games. The real question, however, is can you benefit where it’s most important? Your wallet! Many profitable business models have crept up using the internet and some of them require people like [...]

By |February 8th, 2014|Lists, Online Income|18 Comments

Traveling Across Norway in 15 Photos

Whenever you come across an article with a title like ‘the most beautiful landscapes in the world’ or ‘top 10 greatest road trips’, chances are that Norway is on that list as well. If it’s not, then it probably should be. Norway has more than 25,000km of coastline, roughly half of which is located north of the Arctic Circle. Northern Norway [...]

By |February 7th, 2014|Culture, Lists, Travel|3 Comments

7 Lessons every traveler should learn

The way you travel is something very personal, but whether you prefer budget travel, luxurious resorts, city trips or two-week hiking trips, there are some lessons every traveler should learn.   1. However different, everyone’s the same When you are traveling the world you will often notice how different a culture can be from your own. The food might taste [...]

By |February 3rd, 2014|Culture, Travel|12 Comments

Restoring the Great British Pub

Drinking alcohol socially has been a worldwide tradition since humans first discovered fermentation. Many cultures have a drink of choice, and in the United Kingdom, it’s beer. Though friends can hoist a few brews anywhere, the drinking establishment of the Brits is the Public House, more commonly called the “pub.” As millions of beers were swallowed, pubs eventually came to [...]

By |January 23rd, 2014|Culture, Current Events|1 Comment

The Hitchhikers Guide to Website Translation

What is the most compelling reason to translate your website into multiple languages? Two words… global reach. It is common knowledge that no language has 100% Internet penetration rate. English, the de facto language of commerce, is understood by less than 28% of Internet users. It follows, then, that an English language site is useless to approximately three quarters of [...]

By |January 20th, 2014|Technology|1 Comment

Tech-Savvy: 8 Tech Blogs You Should Be Reading

With so many tech blogs available on the Web today, it’s easy to get lost in numerous sites that you can’t tell one from another. While there are many tech blogs available, there are only a few that provide the daily news you want to read. We have sorted through the massive list, and have 8 tech blogs to recommend [...]

By |January 20th, 2014|Lists, Technology|1 Comment

Memoirs of a Time Lapse Photographer

Documenting our lives has become a part of who we are as people. When we walk down the street and see something that sparks our interest, we take a quick photograph and automatically decide which social media it should be shared with. That moment means something to us, however, the process of capturing time becomes unappreciated and undervalued. Sometimes we [...]

By |January 18th, 2014|Business, Culture, Entertainment, Nature|1 Comment

Changing the Face of Tech: Our Top 10 CES 2014 Picks

CES 2014 has now come and gone, but some of the tech introduced at the event will likely remain on our minds as we journey through 2014. Here are a few of our favourite picks from CES 2014 that we believe will change the face of tech as we know it.   Asus Transformer Book Duet (TD300) Samsung made us [...]

By |January 13th, 2014|Featured, Lists, Technology, Ten Things|1 Comment