Saw a post on FB. It is a classic like collection scheme. The page offers a scam offer, people like and follow the page to try to ‘win’, then the page or attention is changed and sold.
How do we know it is a scam?
If you look at page transparency you can see this.
Dsco is an Inventory Networking Platform that helps with connecting, seeing and selling retail inventory. They target enterprise retail.
They help Enterprise Retail do drop shipping.
CommerceHub helps the world’s leading retailers and brands expand product selection through high-volume drop-ship programs, and find the right marketplaces.
They also help enterprise retail do drop shipping.
Terms of the deal are not public.
United we are stronger and fully committed to your ecommerce growth. Our customers remain top priority and we will continue to provide our services as normal to ensure a successful 2020 peak season.” …
If you see a screenshot of a tweet/post, always ask for the source link.
You can easily edit HTML to make it look completely legit that anyone said anything.
Here is a 1 minute video I made that shows you how.
If you see a screenshot, ask for the source link.
That is it. That is the whole story.
If you can’t connect to public wifi, type in neverssl.com into your browser.
Since it uses an unencrypted, unsecured connection (normally a bad thing, but in this case good) the wifi can serve you the login page you need.
Q: What is a recount?
A: A recount is a repeat tabulation of votes cast in an election that is used to determine the correctness of an initial count. Recounts will often take place if the initial vote tally during an election is extremely close. Election recounts can result in changes in contest tallies. Errors can be found or introduced from human factors, such as transcription errors, or machine errors, or misreads of paper ballots. Alternately, tallies may change because of a reinterpretation of voter intent.
So basically when a race is close or someone asks for it, the will go through and count all the ballots again. …
Here is the super short how to:
If you have searched for budget power tools on Amazon lately you have come across Tacklife.
They make a lot of products.
Search interest has been increasing over the last year.
They are whitelabeling their tools, did some research to find out who was behind the brand.
It is https://www.aukey.com/
They make USB items, now they are making power tools.
I don’t have a recommendation about if you should get them or not, just know that they are not a dedicated tool company.
We will update this story as we get more info.
A tweet popped up on my Twitter feed that floored me.
Ryan Smith quote tweets Adrian Wojnarowski, that Ryan and the Millers have entered into an agreement to buy the Utah Jazz.
ESPN just posted the story:
Screenshot for posterity.
Smith has been a big supporter of the Jazz for a while.
We don’t know the terms of the agreement yet.
The Jazz and their stadium are part of a Trust to ensure they stay in Utah.
It is anticipated they will remain in Utah.
The report caught everyone by surprise from the Jazz subreddit, to…
There is a story that keeps getting passed around about how focusing on quantity will increase quality faster than focusing on quality will.
The story is a pottery or ceramics teacher gave the class a choice. Get your grade for the whole class based on 1 perfect piece, or get graded on producing 50 lbs of pottery (or number of pieces produced etc, the story mutates but 2nd option is always about quantity)
Story says 50 lbs people had better quality than the 1 perfect piece people.
This story is not real. It is a parable. The pottery parable comes from the book Art and Fear. …