First the artist confirmed on multiple tracks off his album Scorpion that he is indeed a father. Now, one day after the new album’s Friday launch, we’ve also learned that Scorpion broke a big streaming record: It earned the most streams on its very first day, on both Spotify and Apple Music.
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The United States recently announces tariffs for many countries on steel and aluminum, but Australia has been granted an exemption. While this comes as welcome news for many Australian companies,… Read more »
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In an era when Marvel is showing everyone how blockbuster franchises are done, it’s easy to forget that M. Night Shyamalan built a superhero universe out of nothing.
The twist-loving filmmaker’s upcoming Glass is due for a major San Diego Comic Con presentation in Hall H — the big room — on July 20. To give fans a taste of what to expect, Shyamalan released the first poster for the Jan. 18, 2019 release on Friday.
I was lucky in that, late in my collegiate life and early in my professional life, I had a few mentors that gave me some amazing career advice that helped me to find a great job during the 2002 recession, springboard that to an even better job, and set myself up for a lifelong career path in that field (I chose to change career paths for other reasons unrelated to their great mentorship).
Two of their main pieces of advice were to be humble and give credit to others as much as possible while, at the same time, make sure people know what you’re working on.
At first glance, those two things might seem in opposition to each other, but they’re really not. You can manage to be humble and give lots of credit while, at the same time, ensuring that the people who need to know have knowledge of the things you’re doing and producing in the workplace.
This balance is an important one. Being humble and giving abundant credit to others is a vital part of … Read More
Weekend Favs June 30 written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing
My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week.
I don’t go into depth about the finds, but encourage you to check them out if they sound interesting. The photo in the post is a favorite for the week from an online source or one that I took out there on the road.
Parse.ly – Parse.ly aims to provide clear audience insights to the web’s best publishers through an intuitive analytics platform.
Grow By Facebook – Grow by Facebook’s ambition is to help business leaders keep ahead by creating and curating insightful content and experiences.
Javelin – All-in-one lean startup and customer development software.
These are my weekend favs, I would love to hear about some of yours – Tweet me @ducttape
Most people can hit the gym with a pair of run-of-the-mill Apple earbuds, have a light workout, maybe get a bit sweaty, and call it a day. You’re not most people. Your workouts are a perfect storm of intensity and activity. You don’t sweat, you rain. And you can’t settle for wimpy sound quality.
For people like you, BlueAnt has created the PUMP Wireless HD Sportsbuds. Designed to deliver unrivaled performance during extreme conditio… Read More
The DevOps approach has helped businesses all over the world speed up their development processes, deploy more frequently, and ensure a high standard of quality with every release. In other words? Be more successful.
In fact, businesses that hire for DevOps skills can often see a boost in deployment frequency and fewer failures. Despite this tremendous boon, the companies that have DevOps engineers on staff are still in the minority. While that’s bad… Read More