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2018 Is The Year Augmented Reality Boosts Revenues For Businesses & Organizations.
In This Article:
- AR Growth Predictions
- Cool Examples of AR
- How To Beat Your Competition
- In-App Purchase Ideas
- How Much To Budget
- Time Is Short, Get Going! While there are a variety of…
gamelab  VR  business  publishing  interactive 
yesterday by basemaly
Home : cashbot.ai
product recommendations API to monetize chatbots
monetization  chatbots  business  tool  nifty.gifts  competitor  voxable  add-to-list 
yesterday by techpeace
youtube-dl
youtube, soundcloud, etc - command line downloader

brew install youtube-dl
youtube  downloads  cli  business  processing 
yesterday by cvn
The Gay Architects of Classic Rock
Who created that gorgeous 20th-century creature, the rock star? Consider the gay image makers of the day, from Brian Epstein to Jann Wenner.
history  culture  music  business 
yesterday by jacobraleigh
Why the Climate Corporation Sold Itself to Monsanto | The New Yorker
It's interesting if disturbing to look back on this in 2017, and note how well his letter's point about "everyone accepts Google" has weathered since 2013. Do they[Climate] still manage to be doing a good thing now?
business  agriculture  article  from:newyorker  2013 
yesterday by mechazoidal
Johan Sørensen - The story of Audion and Panic
John Gruber says:
Get yourself a lovely beverage, disconnect the phone, quit your IM client, and enjoy The True Story of Audion, by Cabel Sasser of Panic Software. One of the greatest Mac stories I’ve ever read. Joyous, exciting, heartbreaking. Note: most of the links are pop-up footnotes; don’t skip them.
It’s quite long, but it’s well written and interesting if you’re in any way “into” the sofware industry. It made me waste more than half an hour and I enjoyed every second of it.
music  apps  history  apple  itunes  business 
yesterday by rgl7194
Daring Fireball: The True Story of Audion
Ordinarily, this is the sort of thing I’d post to the Linked List, but it’s simply too good — extraordinarily, wonderfully good — and thus deserves your full attention.
Get yourself a lovely beverage, disconnect the phone, quit your IM client, and enjoy The True Story of Audion, by Cabel Sasser of Panic Software. One of the greatest Mac stories I’ve ever read. Joyous, exciting, heartbreaking. Note: most of the links are pop-up footnotes; don’t skip them.
Seriously, read this. You’ll thank me. Plus, there will be a quiz next week.
music  apps  history  apple  itunes  business  daring_fireball 
yesterday by rgl7194

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