Worth a Look: BizNar from Deep Web Technologies — Free, Clusters News vs Research vs Patents vs Social Media

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Click to Visit (Free)

From Abe Lederman and Deep Web Technologies, both long among our “top ten” serious endeavors to admire and leverage.

Other variations (not free) are dedicated to science (2), energy, environment, and medicine. Product Trial Page

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Nov 16

Danielle Villegas: Employma — For $50, Fire the HR Morons and Put LinkedIn and Monster Etc. Out of Business

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Danielle Villegas

Danielle Villegas

Average job seeker completes 400 applications each taking at least one hour. Average “job” site increases work and frustration without providing any value-added. This could be a market changer!

Article About Employma

Kickstarter Page for Employma

Phi Beta Iota: They have selected Amazon as the payment channel, instead of PayPal, BitCoin, and other more popular alternatives. We have asked them to expand the options since so many people hate Amazon and will not pay through Amazon. This also leads to the suspicion that this is a Jeff Bezos hobby horse that will eventually screw all prospective employees and employers in some way (55% of your first paycheck, anyone?), so buyer beware.

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Nov 13

Worth a Look: Rain — All in For Vets

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rain logorain — one nation one voice

Rain promotes legislative change on national issues while remaining self-sustaining via a for-profit business model. By focusing on one major issue at a time that have broad support across all demographics, Rain aims to radically alter the interface between politics and the American people.

Rain’s opening campaign – All In For Vets – will build a national movement to address the long neglected needs of America’s veterans.

See Also:

Standing Up For Vets: For three decades Gordon Erspamer has been battling the VA to get disability benefits for veterans.

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Nov 1

Worth a Look: Critical Thinking for Strategic Intelligence

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Amazon Page

Amazon Page

Critical Thinking for Strategic Analysis is organized around twenty key questions that all analysts should ask as they prepare to conduct research, draft papers, and present their analysis. We divided the twenty questions into four groups, focusing on the four stages of generating an analytic product:

1. How do I get started?

2. Where is the information I need?

3. What is my argument?

4. How do I convey my message most effectively?

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Oct 30