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Anatomy of the Bitcoin Crash

At the start of the second week of April 2013, the value of the digital currency Bitcoin rose to almost $260. Then over the following few days the Bitcoin price fell at one point to below $60. Since then it’s recovered somewhat and at the time of writing Bitcoin is fluctuating somewhere below the $100 […]

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The Future of Bitcoin

The last weeks of February and March 2013 have seen the price of Bitcoin more than double. This in turn draws in more and more traders. And there’s been increasing interest in Bitcoin in the wake of the present Euro crisis. This is Part Two of a series of articles about Bitcoin. I split the […]

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What is Bitcoin?

There’s a new currency around which is attracting more and more attention It’s called Bitcoin. This is Part One of a series of articles about Bitcoin I split the original article up as it was a little too lengthy. You can read Part Two “The Future of Bitcoin” here   What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is […]

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72 Ways to Simplify Your Life

The following article is a guest post by Leo Babauta. A simple life has a different meaning and a different value for every person. For me, it means eliminating all but the essential, eschewing chaos for peace, and spending your time doing what’s important to you. The Simple Living Manifesto: 72 Ideas to Simplify Your […]

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Ten Stupid Mistakes Made by the Newly Self-Employed – Mistake Number 1: Selling To The Wrong People

The following article series is reproduced from www.StevePavlina.com with kind permission of Steve Pavlina This is Part One of a ten-part series of articles by Steve Pavlina about the mistakes made by the newly self-employed.  Ten Stupid Mistakes Made by the Newly Self-Employed – Mistake Number 1: Selling To The Wrong People Having been a […]

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Quitting The Nine to Five Lifestyle

I was talking in a previous post about how I often come across people who complain about the negative responses they get when they tell other people about their intention to quit the nine to five and do something different. This something different could be moving into an unconventional career, going long term travelling, going […]

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