Yesterday, whilst clearing my loft ready for a conversion, I came across some bits and pieces that I needed to sell off to make space. Some old (but fantastic) speakers, some computer parts, golf clubs (I don’t play golf but had acquired some anyway), china, books etc, all the usual stuff we probably all have in our lofts – and that cupboard we never go near unless we’re forced to for fear it may explode on opening. 591 more words
The age of buying books with cryptocurrency has arrived. South Korean Bookjam has signed a strategic agreement with Woongjin group which allows for the sale of books in cryptocurrencies. 66 more words
I must have watched literally hundreds of videos online about Bitcoin and other currencies over the last couple of years. Some are by well meaning amateurs from their bedrooms, some are just slick marketing spiel and some are downright misleading at best, or actually untrue at worst. 235 more words
Pricing Assistant à le plaisir de partager avec vous sa dernière étude de cas en infographie sur son produits Adwords Pilot – Solution Prédictive.
Un grand merci à Frank and Oak pour sa participation ! 412 more words
Recently, perhaps the biggest news in tech was the acquisition of GitHub, the version control software company, by Microsoft for $7.5 billion USD. The move will almost certainly impact the workflow of developers and engineers, as GitHub enjoys widespread usage in the standard tech stacks of software development teams from small to large companies. 1,163 more words