Irmeli Seipäjärvi

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17 Free Online Tools to Help You Grow Your Blog to 1 Million Visitors

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>"Free" is the most awesome price of all. "Free" gets you started when you have nothing. "Free" took me from 0 to the first 1,000,000 visitors to my blog.<p>"Free" is also the price that most people gravitate to when they are first starting …

The complete guide to never quitting anything again

The truth is, most people can become good at almost anything.<p>However, most of us quit before we reach the finish line. Why?<p>“The most intimate digital technology festival on the planet”CNBC liked TNW Conference that muchFIND OUT WHY<p>Frustration and lack of persistency is one of the biggest reasons …

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Citi's Willem Buiter: we're about to go into global recession

Willem Buiter, chief economist at Citigroup. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson<p>Citi's global chief economist, Willem Buiter, published a note to investors saying he believed it was "likely" that the world was about to sink into a global recession, and it may already be in that recession. Buiter said that if …

10 Best Free Android apps you’re not using

10 Best Free Android apps you’re not using1. AgentIf you’ve ever envied the “Assist” feature on Motorola’s latest handset, Agent is a worthy …

Slavoj Žižek on Obama, Bernie, sex and democracy: “That’s the reality of global capitalism. Everyone is violating the rules”

Salon exclusive q-and-a: “When voters really do have a choice, it’s usually perceived as a crisis of democracy”<p>As academic disciplines become more specialized, the Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek flirts with the line between relic and rebel. His interests are unabashedly broad — from Hegel to …