How to make a million dollars on Etsy — buy from Alibaba and run your store like eBay
Online marketplace Etsy is known as a place to buy home-made items, clothing, artworks, and jewelry created by individuals or produced in limited runs by small businesses. But not everyone using…
$50 for a t-shirt? That’s what I call getting tricked by a business. Or something like that. I guess on Etsy, like on all sites, caveat emptor. Just because you buy something at Whole Foods doesn’t make it good for you.
This Gluten-Free Thing Is a Really Overblown Fad!
All in all I feel better when I reduce or eliminate wheat from my diet. Is that gluten? I don’t know. Maybe it’s all the extra stuff like sugar that tends to come along for the ride. But I know I feel better without it.
The science on gluten seems a bit muddled right now. What I bet (and will take wagers on) is that our knowledge of the mechanisms and health consequences of wheat and other modern grains are not well understood and we will figure it out later and have a face-palm moment. For better or worse for either side of the debate.
In other words I doubt we understand this very well in the whole-body sense. Remember when cholesterol was bad to eat? Or everyone took Vitamin C supplements?
some thoughts on professional etiquette because some of you really need it (part 1).
Nice piece on etiquette and a good reminder that being kind is not only good, it can help you too.
Now we just need the business world to stop rewarding all the slash-and-burn jerks, right?
Does Kinesio tape really work?
The short answer is no. But it looks good.
It shouldn’t be odd… But upgrading a remote feels weird.
Under Armour (owner of MapMyFitness) buys both MyFitnessPal and Endomondo
What’s really astounding is that none of the companies acquired make actual devices. Instead, everything is about platform and data. And – more importantly, users.
Endomondo is the smaller of the two, clocking in at 20 million registered users. While MyFitnessPal dwarfs that at 80 million users. That is added to the previous Under Armour (effectively MapMyFitness) user base of 30 million. Total users: 130 million.
Just doing some back of the napkin math, if you were/are a user of those acquired platforms, here’s what you were worth:
MapMyFitness: $7.50 (at purchase there were 20M users)
Full Story: DCrainmaker
Hm, maybe I should have kept going with my online fitness site I built in 2000.