Friday, December 31, 2010

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Monday, December 27, 2010

Technology Tuesday - 36 New Social Media Resources You May Have Missed

We can now officially wish you a merry Christmas. It’s probably been a busy week with all your holiday-related obligations, or maybe you’ve been busy digging yourself out of a snow drift. Either way, we understand if a few of our in-depth stories slipped past you.

But now, as your work week draws to a close and you’re looking for a way to spend those last few hours in the office, or you’re already home and need to take a break from wrapping presents and baking cookies, pull up a seat and see what we’ve been busy with at Mashable this week.

With the holidays nearing and the end of the year not far behind, you can be sure we’ve been creating megalists of resources from the past year, as well as providing quick start guides for some of the gifts you may be receiving and predictions for what we think will make the news in 2011. You’ll find all of those posts here in our weekly features re-cap.

Technology Tuesday - Kindle 3 Is the Best-Selling Product in Amazon History

The third-generation Kindle is the best-selling product in Amazon’s history, the company has announced. To grab the top spot, Kindle 3 has surpassed Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos made a couple ofstatements about the new Kindle, emphasizing the product’s low price point as the key to its success and downplaying tablets as competition.

How To: Start A Digital Music Label

Once, the perks of working at a record label were almost legendary -- the swag, the travel and the highly flexible expense account. Now, with sales tanking and the economy in the toilet, most people working at the labels are just happy to have a job. So you’d have to be crazy to actually start one up now, right? Not according to the three co-owners of Montreal based, all-digital dance/club rock label, Tremendous Records.

If you’re in it for the love of the music and the excitement of being on the cusp of an industry desperately in need of reinvention, the digital marketplace is potentially more democratic than the old-school brick-and-mortar model. If you’re in it for the money, you may want to rethink. Still, most people don’t know what the “new” music industry looks like. Whoever figures it out first could reap huge dividends. Nonetheless, we'd like to inform you on how to start a digital label.

Money Monday - Strippers: 5 Things Men Should Know

5- They Make More Money Than You Think

It is often stated that women turn to stripping because they are attracted to the kind of money they can earn. Results of the University of Leeds study indicate that the average take-home pay for a stripper is £232 ($358 USD) per night. A stripper can make as much as £48,000 or $74,000 USD annually, as much as the average computer programmer or university professor and more than a registered nurse earns in the United States per year. Strippers also spend far fewer hours on the job than many people with mainstream careers.

Money Monday at The Ynot Times

The holidays are here again, with the New Year following close behind. The season naturally lends itself to reflection, as men look back on what they've accomplished and set goals based on that measurement. This year, take a few minutes to assess your career. Career satisfaction makes a huge difference in a man's overall happiness. Like it or not, you'll be spending a huge portion of the next year at your job, and unless you win the lottery, that's going to be the case for much of your life.

Money Monday - Your Tweets Could Be Worth Millions - CNBC

Starting in February, a group of very bold hedge fund managers are launching a multi-million dollar hedge fund whose strategy relies on one very unusual market indicator: your Twitter account.

Money Monday at The Ynot Times

This year there's no doubt that Facebook and Twitter both had a huge year, each hitting a new level of success.