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January 22, 2010
  • Gone are the days when businessmen were 40 something gold chain laden persons with a fat belly to show off. Meet the new breed of millionaires who are 20 something bloggers writing blog posts in their pyzamas and earning millions. They are their own bosses and don’t need to get instruction from anyone . They can work at whatever time they wish to work and can fool around rest of the time with their hobbies.

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January 4, 2010
  • iven the globalized online world we live in, learning a new language has never been easier — nor as interactive, interesting, and social! From Twitter to blogs to social networks, there are numerous ways you can start your social language learning and keep it up while making new friends.

    The landscape of social media offers a wealth of resources and information where people can discuss and expand on hobbies, interests and passions – while creating connections with others who feel the same way. Learning a language is no different. Below is a roundup of ways that you can use social media to learn a language and connect with native speakers. This is just a taste of the many language learning sites available across the social web. Which have you used? List your favorites in the comments.

  • It took five years for Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone to go from idea to finished manuscript, but the results have very clearly been nothing short of spectacular. Perhaps you also have an idea for a novel kicking around in your head. Maybe it came to you in the shower one morning before work, or maybe it came to you one evening on the commute home. Maybe you’re planning to participate in National Novel Writing Month in November. Whatever the case, writing a novel is an ambitious endeavor, but one that the web is making a lot easier to accomplish.

    Though you’ll still have to do your writing using the old fashioned method — one word at a time — web applications and social media have made the process of writing a novel considerably easier and arguably more enjoyable. Here is a toolkit for using the web to write a book. If you know of any other great applications useful to aspiring writers, please leave them in the comments.