Believe and ramble. Life and reflections’, the book where Jeff Bezos explains how to sell anything on the Internet

The founder of Amazon recounts the keys to his business decisions, family memories and how he decided to create his own company.

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The richest man in the world and owner of Amazon , Jeff Bezos , will put on sale on November 19, around the world, his new book called “Create and Divaga. Life and Reflections of Jeff Bezos ” , where the businessman tells how he made his fortune and formed his e-commerce empire.

At the beginning, the businessman sold a limited number of products in his catalog, among these were books, music and videos, however, he received a message that would change his vision of the business.

The phrase that

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Park Seo-Joon explains why playing ‘Park Saeroyi’ was a turning point

Park Seo-Joon explains why playing ‘Park Saeroyi’ was a turning point

Ratziel San Juan ( – November 17, 2020 – 7:16pm

MANILA, Philippines — Korean heartthrob Park Seo-Joon singles out his performance as Park Saeroyi in the K-drama “Itaewon Class” as the breakthrough moment in his acting career.

Previously dubbed by Korean media as the “master of romantic comedy” and “king of romance,” the actor famously played against type by landing the role of an ex-convict-turned-businessman in the hit series.



“Prior to the project ‘Itaewon Class,’ I have been continuously working, and whenever I commenced a new work, I have been really enjoying myself and also thrilled at the same time,” he told in an exclusive interview courtesy of international cosmetics brand BYS.

The show’s Netflix synopsis reads: “In a colorful Seoul neighborhood, an ex-con and his friends fight a mighty foe to make their ambitious dreams for

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SEO Expert Qamar Zaman Explains How Internet of Things (IoT) Is Changing Social Media?

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11/15/2020, Dallas // KISSPR //

How Is Internet of Things (IoT) Changing Social Media?

Social media is probably the biggest treasure trove of data the world has ever seen. People interact with their friends and family members on it almost constantly. Social networks monetize that data and break it up into various categories, which are then used for marketing purposes. 

With the involvement of IoT in social media, that mountain of data is only going to get bigger. As a result, social media will experience many changes. Already, the implementation of certain IoT practices has shown great results. Here are just 3 ways in which IoT is changing social media. 

1.   Businesses Delivering Better Services 

Due to the influx of more data, IoT is providing more contextual data to social media

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Dallas Java Programming Expert Qamar Zaman Explains Why is Java Such a Useful Programming Language?

11/05/2020, Dallas // KISSPR //

Java has been historically maligned by its own users. However, it’s still one of the most popular programming languages in the world. Why? The short answer is because it’s useful. Java coding has led to enterprise applications, Desktop applications, and web and app servers. It’s still being used today to design games and embedded systems and even serve big data. 

Why is Java Popular?

Java has continuously stood the test of time because it can consistently upgrade models to be competitive. Just take a look at some stats that prove this. 

  • 97% of enterprise desktops run Java and 89% of desktops in the US run Java. 
  • There are 9 million Java developers around the world. 
  • 3 billion cell phones (both smartphones and feature phones) run Java around the world. 
  • 100% of Blu-Ray Players ship with Java. 

Most Popular Java Applications  Desktop GUI Apps

The Java

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Dallas Web Development Expert from KISSPR Explains

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11/05/2020, Dallas, TX // KISSPR //

IoT brings together a lot of technologies to create a network on machines and applications. It’s the technology that will make smart cities and smart homes possible. We are seeing small applications for it with smart hubs and smart speakers. Individual machines that will make IoT possible include autonomous vehicles and voice assistants. However, there is less talk of which programming languages will make the IoT revolution possible. 

Most Useful IoT Programming Languages 

According to the Eclipse Foundation’s 2017 and 2018 IoT Developer Surveys, these are the top IoT programming languages. 

The reasons why these haven’t budged over two years is because they’re so popular and so fitted to IoT. Java is still used in many Android OS applications. C is a basic, but low

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Tata Communications’ IoT head explains how COVID is driving the next wave of Internet of Things

  • In an exclusive interview with Business Insider, Tata Communications’ IoT head Alok Bardiya explains how the company caught the ‘tailwind’ of the COVID-19, which led to a surge in demand.
  • The company’s revenue from ‘innovative’ services — which includes the Internet of Things (IoT) — saw a massive 64.4% yearly jump in revenue in the second quarter.
  • According to Bardiya, COVID-19 forced IoT to expand beyond the manufacturing line.

The Internet of Things (IoT) includes everything from sensors to data collection, and till now, large companies were mostly using it to make their manufacturing process more efficient. But with the coronavirus pandemic disrupting the workplace, IoT is expanding beyond the manufacturing line.

“A factory is not just the manufacturing line. There are a lot of people and a lot of processes. That is where the wave will take IoT — touching that broader set,” Tata Communications’ Head of IoT Business

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Computer model explains altered decision making in schizophrenia — ScienceDaily

Scientists have built a computer ‘brain circuit’, or artificial neural network, that mirrors human decision-making processes and sheds light on how circuits might be altered in psychiatric diseases, a new study published today in eLife reports.

The model identifies a potential mechanism for the impaired decision making that is commonly seen in schizophrenia, involving the reduced activity of molecules in the brain called NDMA receptors. These results provide new insight that may inform the development of future treatments for neuropsychiatric conditions.

“A major challenge in psychiatry is to relate changes that occur at nerve synapses in the brain to the cognitive processes that cause symptoms of disorders such as schizophrenia,” explains lead author Dr. Sean Cavanagh, who is an MBPhD student at the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, London, UK. “Computational modelling of brain circuits can fill in these gaps. By altering the circuit model at the synapse level,

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Phil Spencer Explains Why Microsoft Doesn’t Need You To Buy A New Xbox This Holiday

Microsoft’s next-generation strategy is not traditional. Microsoft kinda doesn’t care if you even buy a new Xbox Series X or S console because the company also releases its games on PC and mobile, while it also has Xbox customers on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation. Xbox boss Phil Spencer has now shared some additional insight on this unique strategy.

Speaking to GameReactor, Spencer said Microsoft wants to create Xbox customers, and that doesn’t necessarily mean on a dedicated gaming console.

“Our high-level goal inside of our team, of how we measure ourselves, is how many people are playing on Xbox,” Spencer said. “And when we say ‘playing on Xbox’ it doesn’t mean an Xbox console. It means somebody who is logging in and playing a part of our ecosystem, whether first-party or third-party. And it could be on an Android phone. It could be on a Switch. It could be on

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A top AWS exec explains why cloud is now a top priority for banks

  • The financial industry has a reputation for being willing to try out emerging technologies, which was especially apparent during COVID-19. 
  • Wall Street is now looking to double-down on digital investments to better meet customer needs and gain actionable insight from the data now stored in the cloud, according to Amazon Web Services managing director Scott Mullins. 
  • “What COVID did was show them that it’s not something for tomorrow, it’s something for today,” he told Business Insider. “And we’ve seen a large number of organizations lean into and embrace that transformation really quickly.”
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The financial industry has a reputation for being willing to try out emerging technology, like cloud or artificial intelligence.

JPMorgan Chase, for example, is already investing in quantum computing despite the tech being years away from robust commercial use and Bank of America and Nasdaq were well

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