Net Neutrality Is Dead!
You are going to wish that there was more than one Internet provider in your area in the near future! The lack of competition will deepen the effect of this latest travesty to unknown levels.
Unless the FCC can reverse it’s abject stupidity of 2002 “when under Chairman Michael Powell it reclassified cable modem services as ‘information services’ rather than ‘telecommunications services,’ eliminating its own authority to regulate them broadly. Powell, by the way, is now the chief lobbyist in Washington for the cable TV industry, so the payoff wasn’t long in coming.”
Continue reading Tragedy? Travesty? Is It Reversible?
This is one of many according to what I read in the Warrior Forum. Somehow I know I would have learned about this long ago had I been continuously working online but it looks to be of a real good value!
Udemy – “Udemy helps students make moves. Whether you want to get promoted, break into a new industry, start a company, further a passion, or just accelerate your life, Udemy helps you learn from the amazing instructors in the world, so that you can get there and get there faster.”
From their “About” page –
“We’re a small team with a big vision – to democratize education. For us, that means two things: 1) Enabling the top experts in the world to teach any student, anywhere, and 2) Radically lowering the price point on a top quality education.
We’re looking for folks who are incredibly hungry, passionate, smart, fun, scrappy (we could go on :-)) to help us achieve that vision.”
This has got to be of help to someone…
Well… many are speaking to this development as needed competition to Paypal.
How It Works
Implement Login and Pay with Amazon with your existing website using a set of widgets and APIs that you embed on your site and integrate with your back-end systems. Login with Amazon uses the OAuth 2.0 protocol, which has been broadly adopted for user-authorized exchanges across sites. As soon as customers Login with Amazon, you get the customer’s name, email address and zip code to create an account.
To get started for free, sign up for an Amazon Payments seller account. You will need your legal business name, contact information, a U.S. credit card, and a U.S. address. After you sign up, you’ll be able to integrate our APIs into your website to develop a custom experience and start accepting payments.
Currently it seems to only be available in the U.S.