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How to get a better hotel rate using Chrome incognito window

Apparently hotels adjust published rates based on who is looking. My girlfriend and I was looking for a hotel in Reno. At exactly the same time – she was getting a lower rate on her laptop than I on mine. I tried refreshing the page and rerunning …

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Paychex vs ADP vs TriNet vs etc

This blog post is in response to a thread on Founder Institute graduate email list. Several grads asked me to share my experience shopping for Payrol and HR services. To avoid starting a discussion on the list, I summarized it here. Overall, it ap…

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Top Android features that Apple fans will be raving about this week

Once again, Apple presents a new iPhone and will be praising its new creation for features that Android users enjoyed for about a year. For about a year, Apple fans argued that these features were not important, or wrong, etc. Nevertheless, Apple …

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How world governments social media tactics reflect their war tactics

Disclaimer 1: I am not a historian and not a political scientist. My knowledge of both subjects is quite average and I probably don’t know wtf I am talking about here. Disclaimer 2: it is painful to write about these things. Earlier today I was al…

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Saguaro blooming

(see full image) Sent from iPhone. Pardon my spelling.

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Saguaro blooming

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Founder Institute: the good, the bad… the gold

My co-founder Ilya and I have recently graduated from the San Diego chapter of the Founder Institute. There are many threads on start-up incubators on blogs and on Quora. Every class of such an incubator and each founder’s experience is unique and…

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