My husband and I wrote Microbusiness Independence as a team — I did a lot of the writing, but he was the one who thought the book was worth putting together.
Part 2 of this post is now online: Why Would Someone Write A Book That Gives Away Their Secrets?
On Saturday, David Streitfeld of The New York Times released The Best Book Reviews Money Can Buy, a story detailing the meteoric rise and subsequent fall of Jason Rutherford’s paid book review service, a business that, in its heyday, grossed $28,000 per month.
Glenn Croston, Ph.D.
It is something every restaurateur and hotel owner knows: good reviews boost takings while terrible ones can close you down.
Long before its official release date last week, everyone has been trying to get a handle on what the Kindle Fire is when compared to the iPad.
Making money on the internet is hard.
Reviewer’s Note: Books like this always make me wonder.
Jefferson Graham at USA TODAY takes a look at the new iPad.
Kids 2 Go is a website that features Travel Systems, Convertible Car Seats, Infant Car Seats, Booster Car Seats, Strollers and Double Strollers.