Creative StartupsThis week’s, ahem, creative business? Professional cuddling. As in, getting paid to spoon with someone. As in, someone actually made a business out of this. I’m not sure which is more...interesting: The fact that this legitimately exists, or the fact that there’s a demand for it.
When you look at the most successful people in any industry, one key distinction between them and the rest of their peers is the ability to focus on what’s important. Not what’s simply in front of them at that moment in time.”
Count yourself as one of the bazillion people who always wanted to write a book? Now, you can get a publishing contract from Amazon by letting the readers vote.
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Paypal’s made it easier to passively aggressively harass your friends for the money they owe you!
Not ready to become a professional cuddler? Perhaps you’d enjoy sending people potatoes with messages written on them. Or bricks. If you live in England shipping is free! Go figure.
Lets get serious, this is probably the only post worth reading here today. It’s not about “producing content.” It’s about being the best answer.
Selfie” might be the word of the decade (based on a very un-scholarly observation by moi), but there’s still a lot of selfie-shame that comes with letting the world know you are unabashedly taking self-important photographs of yourself. Then things got much worse: The selfie-stick was born. If you’ve ever had a love/hate relationship with the mere thought of using a selfie-stick, perhaps this selfie smart mirror is more your speed.