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He Uses Curated RSS Aggregator To Help Investors Read News That Matter

He Uses Curated RSS Aggregator To Help Investors Read News That Matter

From quick culinary to advanced physics, the internet has so many resources on every conceivable subject it can be overwhelming – and it often is.

With that in mind, Kai Zhang created Market Cafe – Financial Market News & Analysis, a website dedicated to curating quality content in Chinese about the financial world. His goal: inform the local investors about the driving forces of the market without bombarding them with information.

He Used A Virtual Wallet Plugin For His Innovative School

He Used A Virtual Wallet Plugin For His Innovative School

A group of passionate educators from Singapore have developed a unique and fun way to incorporate games in their school for youth with special needs.

Along with their advanced teaching techniques, these teachers have used gaming – both online and at in person meetups – to launch a one-of-a kind school and community to help students overcome special learning barriers.

“The Information Is Now In My Hands”: How Tooltip Glossary Helps His Online Courses

“The Information Is Now In My Hands”: How Tooltip Glossary Helps His Online Courses

Harald Borjans spent most of the last decade promoting workshops and online courses to teach people how to communicate better. This hands-on experience showed him that there is a huge interest in the topic, but that the classic training model is broken. So, he set out to create a different online learning experience. And for that, he enlisted the aid of CreativeMinds Tooltip Glossary for WordPress.

From Sleepy to Reliable Magento Support: How SkinTrends Boost Sales

From Sleepy to Reliable Magento Support: How SkinTrends Boost Sales

More than 140 million Americans had their Social Security numbers exposed this September, after the mammoth consumer credit reporting agency Equifax, Inc. was hacked. Over 200,000 of these victims had even their credit card information accessed, in what has been called the worst data breach in US history. “If Equifax can be hacked, no one is secure. Every webcommerce store needs protection”, says Daniel Botbol.