7 interesting things I found on the internet this week (03.28 to 04.03)

  • Derek Sivers‘ webpage. I find Derek’s personality and approach to business and life completely aligned to mine.
  • nownownow.com. Derek also started a movement where one’s current focus is publicly stated. Others have taken it further declaring that anything outside of this will not receive attention. Nownownow.com shows a list of bloggers that have implemented this. A good way to discover new blogs.
  • The beginners guide to SEO from Moz. And excellent, comprehensive, yet approachable guide to SEO for the novice.
  • The Luxury Travel Expert, referencing the best travel experiences, including top destinations and hotels, as well as reviews of first class air travel. I found them through their YouTube Channel.
  • The James Altucher show, a weekly podcast where he interviews current influencers. I find James to be an interesting thinker, which augments the conversation with his guests, turning them into vivid exchanges.
  • Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History. A show/podcast presenting a unique, unorthodox, and at times controversial alternative way of looking at history. Highly recommended, but unfortunately new installments only come out 2 or 3 times a year.
  • Quora. While aware of its existence of this highly regarded Q&A site for quite some time, I only registered and became active this week.

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