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Three Giving Out PS4s With Sony Xperia XZ2 Pre-Orders

The high-end Sony Xperia XZ2 made its debut at Mobile World Congress 2018 and was deserving of a Best of MWC award thanks to its top-tier specs and new Ambient Flow design. The smartphone is slated to go on sale in stores soon, and it has already gone up for pre-orders in Europe. In the UK, carrier Three is taking pre-orders for the Xperia XZ2 as of today and has some freebies to sweeten the deal. Starting now until Thursday, April 5,...

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Introducing a New E-Commerce Mastermind Group with Cory Miller and Chris Lema

For over 10 years now, I’ve sold products and services online, primarily through iThemes.com. Throughout the years, we’ve built and sold literally hundreds of products … but at the core, we’re not just a software team, iThemes is an e-commerce business. And so I’m keenly aware of the unique challenges of being an e-commerce store owner. Just reflecting back … here are the three daily questions I ask myself: How do we keep...

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Coding is bad for you

To achieve happiness Stop coding Repeat until happy Coding is terrible for your mental health. It makes you focus on things that can go wrong, find faults in tiny details, and generally focus on the negative aspects. When something works, you think, “That’s strange, usually things don’t work. What am I missing?” And you get frustrated with things you can’t control. Like people. You try to analyze them like computers. You...

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Lyft Testing Subscription Model, $200 For 30 Rides Per Month

Lyft is presently in the process of experimenting with a subscription business model in select parts of the United States, according to a variety of user reports that emerged on social media networks over the course of this week. The San Francisco, California-based startup is offering a small number of its customers the option of paying $199 for a monthly “all-access pass” which comes with 30 “free” rides, i.e. will apparently...