The term "white label" refers to a product that is made by one company and sold to other companies for them to sell as if they had made it themselves. The phrase can be traced back to the days of vinyl records. Back then, artists would distribute their new music to DJs and nightclubs inside a plain white sleeve ahead of the record's official distribution. The purpose in those days was to gauge the level of interest in the artist's new music and, hopefully, to generate buzz. These days, though, if you've been struggling as an entrepreneur, a white label product could be your doorway to success.
Once the holidays have past, you'll probably be ready for a winter break. Perhaps your online store will have hit or exceeded all of your sales targets for December. Or maybe your freelancing business will have kept you unusually busy all through the holidays. So once the festivities are behind you, pat yourself on the back, put your feet up, and enjoy some well-earned rest. While you're at it, allow yourself to indulge in some lazy online activities while the snow falls outside and the wind howls around the eaves.
For almost as long as humans have existed, there has been evidence of gambling in some form. Thousands of years ago the ancient Romans rolled dice made from bone. Meanwhile in China, the game of keno was invented. Thus begins a tale of casino history.