Xavier D’Leau is considered one of the Internet's rising stars. He is blogger, social commentator and digital content creator. His popular musing about society and the digital realm can be found on TheXDExperience .com. He also has a weekly Internet radio show, "The X. D. Experience Radio" and is executive producer of the Web series Quarter Century. TNJ.com recently interviewed Xavier D’Leau to find out more about how he's taking the Web by storm.
The most profitable small businesses tend to be service-based and require little upfront investment. For example, an accountant is always in demand and can work from home. Check out the other startup ideas that made the list.
The check-in app Foursquare has gone through an overhaul. It’s no longer just a way for people to know how friends are and where they have been. Now customers can also use it to review businesses they frequent and read other patrons’ reviews of a business.
Getting married can be expensive. In fact, according to The Wedding Report, the average wedding cost in the United States is $25,200. It is not unusual for couples to spend between $18,900 and $31,500 but a majority of couples spend less than $10,000. Of course, this is not including the cost for a honeymoon. But you can keep the cost of your wedding down and still have a chic ceremony on the cheap.
A crowd of friends, family members and politicians including Al Sharpton and members of the Obama administration gathered today for slain teen Michael Brown's funeral.
Are you a good boss or do you make your employees squirm when they see you? Here are some subtle indications that can help you determine.
Economists have long asserted that when it comes to jumping at the chance to spend our money on sale items, we will favor the deal.
Memorable business names are not generic. They provide room for the business to grow, are short and sweet and make consumers think.
To boost weight loss, make sure you’re getting enough sleep. Otherwise, your hormones and other bodily functions may conspire against you.
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