Thomas Hollowell - Author, Athlete, Entrepreneur, World Traveler

The Dot-Gone Era

As the proverb goes: If we don’t learn from history, we are bound to repeat it. The infamous dot-com era spanned roughly from the mid-1990s to the early 21st century and taught us much we shant forget: companies spending fruitless millions, expansion, and growth; all for the bottom-line. While only a few survivors of the dot-gone epoch remain with us today, a new generation of savvy online entrepreneurs is willing to take risks. But this time, they are following a business model based on lessons learned.
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MacBook Toting Guru

In times past, the difference between Fahrenheit and Celsius were the only degrees people were confused about. Nowadays, the degree debate evolves around brick-and-mortar institutions versus online campuses. Numerous questions arise and virtual establishments that meet modern students’ diverse needs are rapidly surfacing. In a world of competition, the Internet classroom is evening the odds for everyone to pursue their career or life interests. Read More...

The Mind-Blogging Age

Whether you are planning to take a trip around the world or experiencing parenthood for the first time, a related blog is probably being published right now. With an astounding 150,000 new blogs created daily, it might be the best time for you to finally make sense of this mind-boggling practice known as blogging.

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The Apple Groove

Those dancing to iTunes in Apple’s neon magazine ads might just be those who own a good stake in Apple stock. Perhaps we should call it iStock? Since Apple, Inc. CEO Steve Jobs has taken over the company, almost exactly ten years ago, the company’s limits match their headquarters’ address at 1 Infinite Loop. So, what’s going on at Apple lately? Does the future look rainbow bright? And, what are we Mac aficionados advising Apple, Inc. do to truly rock & roll?

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