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Apple iPhone Apps and the Future of Gaming

As we sing Happy One Billionth Download to the Apple iPhone Apps store, up pops a new spin on the future of gaming. Rob Murray, head of Melbourne game developer Firemint has just hit the big time. Their game ‘Flight Control’ has just become the top-ranked iPhone application in the world. Flight control lets you…

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To follow or unfollow on Twitter?

Guess who’s following me on Twitter… she’s young, early 20’s, world famous, pop star… I guess you recognized her photo… Yep, it’s Britney Spears! Just when I thought I was out of it and over the hill, along comes my dream girl! I just don’t know how she could have found me on the web.May…

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Why your personal brand is everything

In an age of change, the one thing that remains solid is your reputation. Well, if your reputation is solid… If it’s not you’re in deep trouble… Gary Vaynerchuk is one of the Social Media A-listers.He’s a star. An offbeat, in your face and absolutely authentic star.He’s his own man and that’s what I love.His…

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Decentralized Twitter sidesteps Central Control

The internet is decentralized. No one controls it.There is no centre. Previously, with centralized media whoever controlled it could decisively shape public opinion. All information has the potential to be propaganda. The key is not to give your opponent a chance to respond. Communist state-run, centrally controlled media was a key platform in managing their…

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The Financial Berlin Wall Comes Down!

Book Rapper has been following closely the Global Financial Meltdown. I still haven’t found a definitive book on this to RAP and today’s events explain why… It’s all still unfolding. G20 SUMMIT At the G20 summit, world leaders have announced a financial plan that’s the equivalent of the Berlin Wall being dismantled. Their plan signals…

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12 Must Read Business Books

Here’s the Book Rapper 12 Must Read Business Books for April 2009… Good to Broke: Why some companies completely mess things up and others don’tJim Collins The Zero Hour Work Week: How to spend your time waiting for the Post-Global Financial Meltdown recoveryTimothy Ferriss Book Yourself Silly: The fastest, easiest and most reliable system for…

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