Is Mr. Karr right? Douglas says Great Content always rises to the top, allowing almost anyone to compete for attention in a crowded/noisy space. I like what he says about regarding what it takes to blog successfully, but I don’t think he’s exactly right. Do you? http://amplify.com/u/jyun http://amplify.com/u/jyv0
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Secret To Hacking Your Life
Andrew Shotland wrote about Tim Ferris’ new book, The 4 Hour Body, and shared this gem. It was found among the many 5 Star pre-emptive reviews for the Ferris book on Amazon. I love it because it falls right in with my belief that the secret trick/magic pill/wonder hack is that there is no secret trick/magic pill/wonder hack. Nice catch, Andrew!Amplify’d from www.localseoguide.com Review the...
Review of Tassimo T20 by my brother →
Seems my brother is now reviewing coffee makers (because he doesn’t have anything else to do). Bit ironic since it’s actually his two brothers, myself and the Cincy Bean Boy (you can pick us out at www.thebeanbros.com) are the ones who have actually worked in the coffee industry. I’m a fan of the French Press approach but for the sake of convenience I’ve gone the Keurig...
Jason Bean Travel Blogging →
My bro (@bnpositive) is on a family travel adventure and blogging the whole way. Should be entertaining.
I Read One of the Best Books on Twitter
Actually, I read and reviewed what turned out to be one of the best books on Twitter in 2010. Written by @kyleplacy , this is easily the best book on Twitter I’ve read.Amplify’d from whatbillthinks.comRecently, I received a copy of Twitter Marketing for Dummies to review. I’m a fan of the Dummies guides. They often contain lists that are worth the price of the book (I like shortcuts.)...