Saturday, 23 December 2017

Acoustic Instrument Amplifier

Bugera AC60 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amplifier at a Glance:

Two independent channels

Powerful onboard multi-effects processor

Wide assortment of inputs and outputs

$ 250,00

Portable 60-Watt, 2-Channel Acoustic Instrument Amplifier with Original TURBOSOUND Speaker and KLARK TEKNIK FX Processor Powerful 60-Watt amplifier specifically designed for acoustic instruments and vocals 2 independent channels with separate volume controls and dedicated EQs World-famous, British engineered TURBOSOUND dual-cone speaker Switchable Microphone/Line channel provides inputs for both dynamic and condenser microphones plus line inputs Active, ultra-musical 2/3-band EQ per channel Multi-FX processor with high-resolution 24-bit converters KLARK TEKNIK effects processor with 16 effects including 7 reverb programs, delay, echo, chorus and combination effects Balanced DI output for direct connection to your mixing console Aux input on 3.5 mm phone jack connects to MP3 player, drum computer, etc.

FX insert for external effects devices (stomp boxes, rack effects, etc.)

Dedicated Tuner and Line output for additional flexibility Dual footswitch connector for Mute and internal effects (footswitch FSB102B not included) Designed and engineered by BUGERA Germany These days, going “unplugged” still involves plugging into something.

Make the sweet sounds of your acoustic guitar and voice cut through the clink of coffee cups and casual chit-chat, with the incredible AC60 2-Channel Acoustic Instrument Amplifier.

With 60 Watts of crystal-clear output power, an amazing Turbosound 8" dual-cone speaker, our easy-to-use active channel EQs, and an onboard Klark Teknik Multi-FX processor with 16 awesome presets – the AC60 will quickly become your acoustic guitar’s new best friend!

Thursday, 21 December 2017

Evening - Canary Wharf

Bitcoin Wallet

Simply, it's your digital pocketbook/purse/wallet for the transactions in an internet-era economy which is based on electronic money - electronic currencies.

It's location is on the Web and could be backed up in a safe cold storage.

It will eventually become your private Web bank.


Student of the W.

On a mission for W. - special characters

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Facebook Sound Collection

Music and sound for your Facebook videos.

For free.

Martin CEO-7

BODY Solid-mahogany back and sides.
NECK Select-hardwood neck. Black-ebony fingerboard and bridge. 24.9-inch scale.
NUT 1 ¾-inch width.
SADDLE 2 5/16-inch string spacing at saddle.
TUNERS Golden Age Relic Nickel 2517 tuners.
PRICE $2,999 list/$2,299 street.
Available left-handed. Made in the USA.

Wednesday, 20 December 2017


For Time:

1-mile run
100 pullups
200 pushups
300 air squats
1-mile run

Partition the pullups, pushups, and squats as needed. There’s no time limit. For more go to

BitCoin Everything - The List

Media ✒️

Magazines and Blogs

CryptoHackers — Cryptoworld superheroes interviews. Fascinating facts, teams insides and success stories.
CoinTelegraph — The leading publication offering latest news, analysis, expert opinions, community commentaries. Founded in 2013.
CoinDesk — CoinDesk is the world leader in news and information on digital currencies. 17M mothly users.
CryptoCoins News — Fresh news and analysis. This huge blog posts very frequently. Approx. 7M readers monthly.
Bitcoin Magazine — Bitcoin Magazine is the oldest and most established source of news, information and expert commentaries. Sometimes posts deep and very interesting articles.
99 Bitcoins — 99 Bitcoins is the largest information source for non technical newbies.
Coin Speaker — Founded in 2014, CoinSpeaker is one of the most influentional news source.
Vitalik Buterin — Vitalik Buterin is Ethereum creator, cryptocurrency evangelist.
Bitcoin Tech Talk — All About Bitcoin Development.
Tuur Demeester — Economist & investor, editor in chief at Adamant Research.
Vinny Lingham — CEO of
Nicolas Dorier — Main developer of NBitcoin. CTO at Metaco SA.
Nick Tomaino — Tech investor Runa Capital
Telegram Channels
Crypto Memes — Cryptoworld funny pictures.
Crypto — The god of all crypto channels.
UpcomingICOs — This channel is dedicated to informing people of up and coming ICO’s.
News Aggregators
CoinBuzz — CoinBuzz aggregates news from many sources (Twitter, Reddit, Google Trends etc) and displays it in the Trello style.
CryptoPanic — CryptoPanic is news aggregator platform indicating impact on price and market for traders and cryptocurrency enthusiasts.
ETHNews — ETHNews is emerging provider of Ethereum and Blockchain ecosystem news.
CoinsCalendar — CoinsCalendar displays all upcoming coins events and updates.

Price Trackers πŸ””

Altcoins Racing — Altcoins Racing shows the price change winners and losers.
CoinMarketcap — Old and cool. All coins prices, graphs, market caps. API, widgets, tools. Used by 90M monthly users.
Coincap — CoinCap tracks market data for hundreds of cryptocurrencies in real-time. They also have very useful mobile app.
Cryptowatch — Live price charts and market data for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more. Many exchanges, flexible settings and cool API.
Bfxdata — Charts and Stats for Bitfinex market data and margin funding.
Bitcoinwisdom — Live Bitcoin/Litecoin charts with EMA, MACD and other indicators. Support many exchanges (Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Coinbase, Bittrex, Poloniex etc).
Flippening Watch — When will Ethereum overtake Bitcoin and become the most important cryptocurrency?

ICO Trackers 🎒

ICOtracker — Very informative and trusted tracker.
The ICO digest — Weekly ICO digest.
TokenData — See ICO stats: ROI, total investments, status and other information.
CoinSchedule — Live Token Sales & ICOs.
ICO Bazaar — Informative website + ICOs alerts.
Picoloresearch — Independent research on blockchain startups and ICOs.
Smith + Crown ICO list — Curated list of ongoing and upcoming token sales. Have some research tiers.
Exchanges 🏦
Local Bitcoins — Buy and sell bitcoins near you. Trusted by 10M monthly users.
Poloniex — USA. Trust: 3.5/5. Tons of altcoins. Poor support.
CoinBase — USA. Trust: 5/5. Pay with fiat.
Bittrex — USA. Trust: 4/5. Many altcoins. Responsible founders.
CEX.IO — UK. Trust: 5/5. Fiat. Newbie friendly.
BestBitcoinExchange — Curated list of 35 popular exchanges. Looks SEOish but does the job well.

Communities πŸ‘©‍πŸ‘©‍πŸ‘§‍πŸ‘¦

The CHT Community — Official CryptoHackers Telegram chat. The place to talk to founders of your favourite crypto startups & apps.
Crypto Aquarium — Great community (Telegram, Slack). Curated by Joshua Petty, the Coindex creator. 800+ members.
Bitpam — Friendly Discord community. 300+ members.
Bitcoin Core Community — Telegram discussion about Bitcoin and Bitcoin Core. 2000+ members.
BitcoinMarkets — Bitcoin and cryptocurrency price discussion. The official Slack of /r/bitcoinmarkets. 4000+ members.
CryptoChan — The only crypto-related anonymous imageboard in the world.
Bitcoin Talk — The homepage for the Bitcoin community from the start. Made by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009. Forum — Strong community of 30,000+ users.
BitcoinGarden — This young forum has appeared in Jan 2017.
Cryptocompare — CryptoCompare is interactive platform where you can discuss the latest crypto trends and monitor all markets streaming in real time. Also includes perfect altfoilio app.
Trading View — Follow pro traders and learn from their analyzes. (Mr. Lavrov is great specialist).
Bitcoin on StackExchange — Question and answer site for Bitcoin crypto-currency enthusiasts.
Jobs πŸ•΅
Coinality — Coinality is free service connecting crypto employers and job seekers.
Cryptogrind — Bitcoin freelance platform.
Blockchain Dev Jobs — Curated list of jobs from around the web for blockchain engineers.
Ethlance — Hire or work for ETH.
/r/Jobs4Bitcoins/ — Place on Reddit to offer your talents and skills in exchange for the fastest growing currency in the world.
Wallets πŸ—
Bitcoin Core — Bitcoin Core is MIT licensed open source Bitcoin wallet. It runs own full node so 145GG of free disk space is required. OSX/Linux/Windows/Ubuntu.
Electrum — Thin Bitcoin client. Opensource, MIT, has 100+ contributors.
Exodus — Exodus is the first desktop multi-asset wallet with ShapeShift built in.
MyEtherWallet — Opensource webapp to access Ethereum. Old and reliable. ERC20 support. Loved by phishers!
Coinomi — Opensource, supports many altcoins, fast and has perfect UI.
Altfolio πŸ›
Blockfolio — Cryptocurrency management, with easy to use tools to keep track of all your cryptocurrency investments. Nice widgets. Simple. Android/iOS.
ACrypto — Track bitcoin and altcoins prices, custom alarms, detailed charts. Flexible, many settings, informative. Android only.
Altpocket — The only tool you need for showcasing, tracking and sharing your cryptocurrency investments.
Coinfyi — Track your performance, news & market signals related to your cryptocurrency investments. Anonymous. Simple. Free.
Useful Tools πŸ› 
QR Code Generator — With this free tool you can instantly generate QR code for your Bitcoin/Litecoin/Ethereum/Dogecoin address.
Block Explorer — Discover the Bitcoin blockchain blocks online. Includes fees and miners information.
EtherScan — Block Explorer and Analytics Platform for Ethereum.

Video πŸŽ₯

YouTube Channels
The Cryptoverse — Your cryptocurrency news dose.
World Crypto Network — Informative news digests.
Crypt0 — Omar is one of the most popular crypto bloggers. He creates fascinating interviews.
Ameer Rosic — News, interviews, podcasts and reviews.
aantonop — Presentations, discussions, QA by Andreas, the author of “Mastering Bitcoin”.
CoinSummit — CoinSummit records: startups showcases, discussions and presentations.
BitcoinFilm — Short films about people using Bitcoin.
Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Course — Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies course. 12 videos, each 45–90 mins.
Ulterior States — Real-life conversations with some thought leaders within the Bitcoin ecosystem. The film took 3 years to complete.
The Bitcoin Doco — Fascinating story focusing on the emergence of new world wide currency.
Life Inside Secret Chinese Bitcoin Mine — Interesting story about the miners of the new millenium.

Learning πŸ“

Mastering Bitcoin — Mostly for developers. The second edition was published in June 2017.
The Internet of Money — Significance of bitcoin through series of essays spanning the exhilarating maturation of this technology.
Ethereum — Non-technical guide to understand blockchains. Mostly focused on Ethereum.
The Age of Cryptocurrency — Insight into the modern financial system and the Bitcoin industry.
Coursera Course — Telling what is special about Bitcoin and how it works at technical level. Created by Princeton University.
Udemy Course — The definitive guide to understand what the bitcoin is and why we should care about them.
CoinPride Newsletter — The most important crypto news and events. One handcrafted email per week.
Bitcoin Wiki — Technical specifications of the protocol as well as more basic information about how to buy, sell or use bitcoins.
Blockchain Demo — This interactive demo will guide you through each component of blockchain step-by-step.
MyCryptoGuide — The guide is meant to serve as both easy-to-understand introduction to the world of cryptocurrencies.
Bad Bitcoin — List of known scams, HYIPs and Ponzi schemes.
For Developers πŸ€–
Stripe Bitcoin — Accepting Bitcoin payments made easy. Great integration from Stripe.
Shapeshift — Embed exchange in your app. Trusted by hundreds of apps.
Microsoft BaaS — Blockchain as Service (BaaS) from Microsoft Azure.
CoinMarketCap — Powerful JSON API covering 1000+ coins. Limit: 1 request per 6 sec.
CoinCap — Simple and informative. Lots of altcoins. History data. No limits.
Bitpay — Use BitPay’s retail, ecommerce, billing, and donation tools to accept payments.
Gekko — Free and open source trading bot. GUI, CLI, NodeJS, nice docs. 18 exchanges (including Bitfinex, Bitstamp and Poloniex).
Zenbot — Free and open source trading bot. CLI, NodeJS. GDAX, Poloniex, Kraken, Bittrex, Quadriga and Gemini.
Web3.js — Ethereum JS API. Requires nodejs, nmp and being node.
OpenZeppelin — OpenZeppelin is open framework of reusable and secure smart contracts in the Solidity language. 1500+ Slack community members.
Podcasts πŸŽ™
Epicenter — The Podcast at the Forefront of the Decentralized Technology Revolution.
Bitcoin Knowledge — Learn about blockchain and fintech.
BlockChannel — Dedicated to educating the world on the power of blockchain based technologies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and ZCash.
Ether Review — Exploring the verifiable computing space through the lens of Ethereum.
Bitcoin Uncensored — Exploring the verifiable computing space through the lens of Ethereum.
ICO Alert Podcast — Podcast from the popular ICO tracking platform.

Mining ⛏

CoinWarz — Mining profitability calculators. Help choosing perfect coin to mine.
WhatToMine? — Find the most profitable cryptocurrencies to mine.

Monday, 18 December 2017

Radio Oldies

Thursday, 5 October 2017

Search Engine for Podcasts

Listen Notes is a podcast search engine that actually works. It's like Google, but for podcasts. You can search 356,807 podcasts & 19,152,180 episodes by people, places, or topics -- (almost) all podcasts you can find on the Internet.

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Watching - TV series - Narcos ( Season 1 ) - 8/10

There's no business like blow business.

tells the true-life story of the growth and spread of cocaine drug cartels across the globe and attendant efforts of law enforcement to meet them head on in brutal, bloody conflict. It centers around the notorious Colombian cocaine kingpin Pablo Escobar (Wagner Moura) and Steve Murphy (Holbrook), a DEA agent sent to Colombia on a U.S. mission to capture him and ultimately kill him.

Callnote - call recorder

Record video and audio calls in a snap with Callnote Recorder for Skype, Google+ Hangouts, Facebook and Viber, GoToMeeting and Webex as a participant. Capture shared screen and chat, manage recordings library and share it with the world via YouTube, Facebook or email.

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Artificial Intelligence - Services and Tools for Personal Use

Artificial Intelligence for personal use:

🏠 Personal / In-Home

Ems — helps you find the perfect place to live
Bridge Kitchen — kitchen assistant for turn-by-turn directions in the kitchen
UnifyID — verify your identity by the way you walk, type and sit

πŸ‘” Work

Carly — helps you manage phone calls
ETCH — helps you manage your networks into a searchable database
Findo — Your smart search assistant across email, files &personal cloud
Leap — recommends companies to apply for based on your skills
Lomi — identifies sales leads
Mosaic — helps you write better resumes
Newton — helps you find a dream job
Notion — helps with email overload, organisation and communication
Robby — a better and smarter calendar
Stella — scans for jobs and helps manage your application process
Woo — helps you make smarter decision for your career, anonymously

πŸ‘― Social

Brightcrowd — helps you find meaningful professional connections — recall the good times in life — dating app with Face Search
ETCH — helps you manage your networks into a searchable database
Eezy — let Eezy take care of your evening so you can take care of having fun
Hashley — ironic hashtag and comment generator for your photos — can tell you how hot you are — actionable insights and relationship intelligence
Rey — introduces you to people you should really meet (work and play)

πŸŽ“ Education

Thirdleap — helps children to learn maths
Woogie — the conversational AI robot that makes learning and discovery fun for children

πŸ₯ Health / Medical

Abi — your virtual health assistant
Ada — can help if you’re feeling unwell
Airi — personal health coach — helps you care for loved ones with Alzheimer’s
AmΓ©lie — chatbot for mental health
Bitesnap — food recognition from meal photos to help count calories — makes lab results easy to understand
Gyan — helps you go from symptoms to likely conditions
Joy — helps you track and improve your mental health
Kiwi — helps you to reduce and quit smoking
Tess by X2AI— therapist in your pocket — diagnose snoring and tooth grinding

πŸ•΅️ Agents — Personal

Amazon Echo / Alexa — everyday personal assistant for in-home
Apple Siri — everyday personal assistant on iPhone and Mac
Cortana— everyday personal assistant on PC and Windows devices
Facebook M — competitors to Siri, Now and Cortana
Focus — helps you focus, get tasks done and prioritise your day
Gatebox — a holographic anime assistant in an espresso machine
Google Assistant — everyday personal assistant
Hound — everyday personal assistant
Ling — similar to Amazon Echo
Mycroft — is the world’s first open source voice assistant
Remi— like Siri with an interface
Spoken — virtual assistant with an interface
Viv — like Siri but 10x better

πŸ“… Agents — Professional

Clara — meeting scheduling assistant
Julie Desk — meeting scheduling assistant (aimed at C-Suite)
Kono — meeting scheduling assistant
Mimetic — meeting scheduling assistant
My Ally — handles meeting scheduling and manages calendar
SkipFlag — automatically discover and organise your work
Vesper — virtual assistant aimed at C-Suite— meeting scheduling assistant — personal assistant to help you at work

πŸ™ Agent — Fun

Fembot— your AI girlfriend
Lifos — dynamic independent entities that interact with the web and social
Replika— your AI friend that you raise through text conversations

πŸ“ Agents — Chatbot

Brin — helps you make smarter business decisions
Chatfuel — create a Facebook chatbot in 7 minutes
Luka — chatbot messenger for people and other chatbots
myWave — chatbot to help you throughout your daily life
Lyra — monitor analyse your carbon emissions

πŸ—ž️ Entertainment / News

Jottr — content and news app that learns what you like and don’t like
News360 — learns what you enjoy and finds stories you’ll like

✈️ Travel

Ada — chatbot that helps you navigate and make decisions
Emma— automatically calculates and adds meeting travel time
ETA — helps you manage travel itineraries and meetings
HelloGbye — book complex trips with simple speech
Mezi —helps with booking flights, hotels, restaurant reservations and more
Ready — traffic forecaster and travel time prediction

πŸš— Vehicle

Vinli — turns any car into a smart car

πŸƒ‍ Fitness

Mara — smarter running app

🎡 Music

Aiva — composes emotional soundtrack music
Pandora — finds music you might like

πŸ›️ Insurance / Legal

Docubot — can advise you on legal issues
Driveway — tracks and rewards safe drivers

πŸ›’ Shopping

Entrupy — helps detect if high-end designer products are authentic
Fify — helps you shop for clothing
GoFind — helps you find clothing online by taking a photo — helps you find clothing online

πŸ’° Finance

Abe — fast answers about your finances
Andy — a personal Tax Accountant
Ara — helps you budget
Bond — helps you achieve your financial goals
Mylo — rounds up your everyday purchases and invest the spare change
Olivia — helps you manage your finances
Responsive— institutional-grade active portfolio management
Roger — helps you pay bills easily
Wallet — AI for your daily finance decisions — AI lending chatbot

πŸ“± Social media / Website management

Firedrop — websites designed automatically, just add content and publish
Hashley — ironic hashtag and comment generator for your photos — throw content at it and it builds you a website
Oly — selects and helps you publish content to your social media
Signature — build elegant landing pages using your social media content — personalised recommendations for your Shopify store

πŸ’‘ IoT / IIoT

Aerial — home activity, movement and identity sensor — smart-home platform focused on speech and sound
Cubic — one place to connect your smart home devices
Grojo — grow room controller and monitoring system
Home — autonomous home operations with connected devices
Hello — helps you monitor and improve your sleep
Josh — whole house voice control
Mycroft — is the world’s first open source voice assistant
Nanit — the baby monitor reinvented
Nest — a range of in-home devices such as Thermostat, security and alarms

⌚ Wearables

Eli — helps you learn a new language from conversations through your day — wearable for martial arts to help analyse kicks and fights

🌐 Language / Translation

Liv — transcribe conversations in English and Hindi
Microsoft Translator — language translator powered by neural networks

πŸ€– Robots

Dispatch — delivery by robot
Roboy— a humanoid robot aimed to be as capable as a human
Spoon — a robot (I couldn’t work out its purpose, but it sounded cool!)

πŸ’Œ Useful + Fun + Random

CaptionBot — Microsoft describes any photo— crowdfunding platform for AI projects
Elevator — helps you find and buy cannabis (with recommendations)
Fieldguide — universal field guide that suggests possible matches — is a collaborative storytelling experiment using AI, machine learning, robotics, bio-engineering and IoT
#Laugh — laughs visualised in a digital format, that may be sent to space
IntelligentX Brewing Co. — beer brewed by artificial intelligence
Spark — order cannabis from directly text messages
Token — helps you send the perfect gift
Wixi — helps you fix Wifi problems

πŸ“š Research

Apollo — breaks down articles and PDF’s into quick, readable dot points — helps you research by summarising articles and search ability
Iris — helps you research and visualise concepts in research papers

🎫 Events, Conferences and Communities

The AI Conference — an annual event where leading AI researchers and top industry practitioners meet and collaborate
Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference — Bootstrap Labs Venture firm — the one stop shop for AI/ML/DL events and conferences — game AI conference and courses — strong name game!
Amsterdam — applied AI community and events
Bangalore — applied AI community and events
Berlin — applied AI community and events
Bucharest — applied AI community and events
Budapest — applied AI community and events — applied AI communities and events
Hamburg — applied AI community and events
Hongkong — applied AI community and events
London — applied AI community and events
Madrid — applied AI community and events
Milan — applied AI community and events
New — applied AI community and events
Krakow — applied AI community and events
Oslo — applied AI community and events
Tallinn — applied AI community and events
Tirana — applied AI community and events
Seattle — applied AI community and events
Singapore — applied AI community and events
Sofia — applied AI community and events
Stockholm — applied AI community and events
Valletta — applied AI community and events

πŸ“° News and blogs

AI Weekly — a weekly collection news and resources on AI and ML
Approximately Correct — AI and Machine Learning blog
Axiomzen — AI newsletter delivered every 2 weeks — AI commentators — dedicated to making the power of deep learning accessible to all — dedicated news and updates for ML and AI
Machine Learning Weekly — a hand-curated newsletter ML and DL
PRAI — f0rum for AI, ML and Robotics
Storyteller — the emergence of new narratives as intelligent algorithms

Monday, 18 September 2017

KNIFE DRILLS for Solo Training - Filipino Escrima Arnis Kali

Watched: Zero Dark Thirty ( 2012 ) - 8/10

One of the best movies I saw this year. It's a chronicle of the hunt for Bin Laden.

After September 11th 2001, CIA rookie agent Maya is assigned to Pakistan to learn how to torture and seek out Osama Bin Laden. For five years, she becomes obsessed to find Osama and in 2011, the terrorist leader of Al-Qaeda is killed by the U.S. Navy SEAL Team following the lead of Maya.

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Book: Jack Welch - Lexicon of Leadership


"The Jack Welch Lexicon of Leadership" organizes more than 250 of Welch's most popular concepts and tools into an assessable - and ultimately indispensable - look into the mind and methods of Jack Welch. Never before have all the ideas and strategies of the world's most effective CEO been assembled in one comprehensive volume''

Six Sigma - improvement

Six Sigma (6Οƒ) is a set of techniques and tools for process improvement.

It seeks to improve the quality of the output of a process by identifying and removing the causes of defects and minimizing variability in manufacturing and business processes. It uses a set of quality management methods, mainly empirical, statistical methods, and creates a special infrastructure of people within the organization who are experts in these methods.

Friday, 8 September 2017

Zagreb West

Driving around Zagreb West.

Friday Links - series

Interesting links from around the Web.
Where to get press coverage for your startup
Extension that helps you identify technologies used on any website at the click of a button.
Discover startups

Travel D' Globe

Planning for the trips
Making and selling e-courses

Monday, 4 September 2017

Time for Vineyard Music

Setlist made and rehearsed for the Vineyard parties. Mostly Balkan folk and pop music. is excellent tool for making setlists.

My rules for singing

1. Always warm up vocal

2. Have attitude ( cocky and dominant )

3. Custom tonality

4. Vocal is instrument

5. Understand words and meaning of lyrics

6. Give uptempo chants ( loodilo, opaa )

7. Drink plenty of water

8. Do not rush

9. Be funny

10. Have fun

11. Bread air

12. Take pauses

13. Don’t drink alcohol

14. Relax your chest and arms

15. Observe & anchor feel-good associations for the future.

Friday, 1 September 2017

Watched: Excellent Cadavers - 7/10

Movie about Italian mafia prosecutor Falcone.

Just Kazoo it !

The kazoo is a fun and whimsical instrument. It is inexpensive and easy to start playing, but it’s not just for kids. Even bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jimi Hendrix have used the kazoo in their music.

Keyword suggestions

Kparser is a time-tested online keyword research tool that uses Google Autocomplete to produce tons of relevant long-tail keywords on any related topic.

To produce long-tail keyword suggestions, Kparser applies the search term, which you define with different letters and numbers, puts it into Google search box and presents keyword suggestions in a split of seconds.

Easy making eBooks

Make your eBook.

Friday, 25 August 2017

Tips for Business Dining

Keep in mind that your image matters, especially when you're in a business environment. Thinking about it, I prepared this post to help you in your next Business Meal.

1- Shake hands with all present at the table. If necessary, introduce yourself. Concentrate on remembering your host/hostess’ name.

2- Remain standing until host sits.

3- Place your napkin on your lap after everyone is seated and after your host has moved his/her napkin.

4- Don’t ask the waiter to explain everything on the menu; you will annoy others and appear indecisive.

5- Let the host take the lead when ordering; this will give you an idea of what to eat. If he/she orders an appetizer, order one. If the host isn't first in line to order, then you can ask for his/her recommendation.

6- Don’t order the most expensive item on the menu and don’t order any unfamiliar food. Avoid sloppy hard to eat foods like spaghetti or ribs.

7- Don’t drink alcohol; if you choose to drink, limit it to one beer or glass of wine. Ordering iced tea is dignified and won’t raise the risk of you babbling about last weekend’s party.

8- If your place is set with more than one fork, begin from the outside and work your way in. And, please: Fork is in the left hand and knife in the right hand!

9- When looking at the place setting in front of you, remember: solids on your left (bread plate), liquids on your right (water, ice tea, coffee).

10- With dinner rolls, break off and butter one small piece of bread at a time on the plate; avoid making a sandwich.

11- Do keep your elbows off the table. Don’t use toothpicks in the presence of other.

12- Don’t over indulge; this is not your last meal.

13- When you are finished eating, place the knife and fork prongs down side by side on the plate with the handles at 4 o’clock; the waiter will understand this as the “I am finished” position.

14- Don’t argue over that check or offer to pay the tip; the host who invited you must take care of both. Remember: It’s a business meal.

15- Make sure you thank the host for the meal. Shake hands before you leave and maintain good eye contact.

Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Monday, 21 August 2017 Mission:
We started Skillshare to close the professional skills gap and provide universal access to high-quality learning. By teaching the skills needed in tomorrow’s world, Skillshare empowers people to advance their careers, improve their lives, and pursue the work they love.

Friday, 18 August 2017

To be an expert

Though as more people contribute content, the more important (and challenging) it becomes to establish oneself as an ‘expert.’ Here are ten ways to take a content marketing approach to establishing your thought leadership. Hop back on that expert horse by honing your content management skills.

1. Regularly update your blog. Regularity will not only increase name recognition, it will inspire trust amongst your readership that you are a leader. Post as much (or little) text as necessary, but post often. This is your opportunity to produce a variety of high-quality content, regularly, and with no restrictions.

2. Join a network where you can publish articles. This is different than hosting a blog, because you instantly join a network of users who are invested in spreading professional content. Without undermining the importance of maintaining a blog, publishing articles on a professional site leverages your content in a different way. (Articles are deemed as ‘professional’ without having to state so in the content itself.) Other platform users are automatically exposed to your content. Insightful, professional articles are especially crucial for those in B2B.

3. Guest post on sites/blogs that reach your target audience.

4. Utilize all of your social media channels. Push links from your blog, guest posts and network articles through Facebook, Twitter,Quora, Pinterest, StumbeUpon, Reddit, Digg. That should be a strong start.

5. Participate in interviews: Engage with those wishing to feature your expertise in newspaper/online print, magazine, radio, and local television. Not only will you be featured on their social media channels, this is an opportunity to have someone else announced that you are, in fact, an expert.

6. Write an article/post about your interview.

7. Be a guest speaker at an industry conference.

8. Publish seminars, lectures, guest talks on your blog and professional networks. This content does not even have to be new if the content is still relevant and valid.

9. Relate stories to difficult situations and explain your solutions for having overcome them.

10. Have others recommend you as an expert. This can come in the form of a recommendation on professional sites or a promotional ‘shout-out’ from someone in your industry.

11. Answer questions in your field. This requires you to make yourself available and present sites that provide solutions (Quora, exploreB2B).

12. Join discussions/online forums where you can position yourself as an expert. Be open to other ideas while clearly stating your prior knowledge in the subject through the use of facts and precise examples.


Thursday, 10 August 2017

Marketing Intelligence Tools

Top 100 tools to analyze, uncover and find out what your competitors are doing, using and succeeding with.

Compiled by Robin Good.

Friday, 28 July 2017

Tour Announcement

Hotova Music presents



29.07. - Sarajevo

04.08. - Zagreb

06.08. - Ljubljana

11.08. - Beograd

13.08. - Skopje

16.08. - Podgorica

All shows begin at 9 PM.

Free entry.


Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Rereading Ulysses

Re-reading book Ulysses by James Joyce. Wanted to do it for some time. Read so much about the book and its importance. It was in my book curriculum at the high school but at the time this book was not interested to me.

At first, I was confused how hard it is to read it. It's a chaotic and unstructured book with no straightforward meaning.

After first 100 pages it came to me that this book is really written by the genius.

I felt it is actually very revealing to would-be-writers. I felt that Joyce wanted to demonstrate how it is easy to write. Just fix those words on the paper and wait for the miracle to happen.

Everybody can write in small sized bits, in episodes of daily life with the stream of conscionesses.

It's very liberating for the writers.

I am looking forwared for the next 200 pages.

My online learning platforms

Udemy is a global marketplace for learning and teaching online where students are mastering new skills and achieving their goals by learning from an extensive library of over 55,000 courses taught by expert instructors.

Founded by Harvard University and MIT in 2012, edX is an online learning destination and MOOC provider, offering high-quality courses from the world’s best universities and institutions to learners everywhere.

With more than 90 global partners, we are proud to count the world’s leading universities, nonprofits, and institutions as our members. EdX university members top the QS World University Rankings® with our founders receiving the top honors, and edX partner institutions ranking highly on the full list.

EDUCBA is a leading global provider of skill based education addressing the needs 500,000+ members across 40+ Countries.

High quality online education – enjoy free online courses from top universities and specialist organisations. is a leading online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Through individual, corporate, academic and government subscriptions, members have access to the video library of engaging, top-quality courses taught by recognized industry experts.

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Current book: Jo Nesbo - Phantom

Oslo ?

While reading about Oslo...

Rural Property Croatia

I'm in business. Follow my passion.

Homes, property sales and services in the countryside of rural inland Croatia

Coordinator rulez !

I really like that notion, ''manager'' is an old-fashioned title. I prefer to call those people ''PROJECT COORDINATOR ''


Project coordinators must be flexible and adept at multi-tasking, as they are generally required to perform a wide variety of tasks on a daily basis, sometimes even simultaneously. While the specific role of the project coordinator will vary somewhat from company to company, the following are tasks that project coordinators are typically expected to accomplish.

Organize meetings, team celebrations

Arrange for meetings between team members, and between team members and clients

Record minutes at meetings

Keep detailed project notes and records

Develop project strategies

Create project schedules

Create task lists for team members

Monitor project progress, budget, hours, etc

Track and manage incoming paperwork

Keep all members of the team up-to-date with current information and paperwork

Communicate with team members to ensure optimal strategy and maximum efficiency

Magazine: The Outline

The Outline is a new kind of publication for a new kind of human. We made this thing because we believe that the right story told in the right way can change someone's life. But telling the right stories for right now — and telling them in a way that's meaningful and modern — isn't going to happen by itself. We have to make it happen.

Our foundational reason for building The Outline is that we're really excited about putting something into the world that wasn't there before. Our coverage focuses on three topics that are increasingly converging in strange and important ways: power (who has it, who wants it, and what do they do when they get it?), culture (the way we live and communicate), and the future (where we’re going next).

We’re not telling any of these stories just because there’s space to fill in your day. We’re telling them because we think there's a whole other narrative happening in the world that's unseen, underreported, or dismissed altogether.

If we have a central goal, it's to feed your curiosity and intelligence with as much respect and honesty as possible. No games, just something fucking interesting every day.

If you really want to see what we’re about, go and explore our stories. And remember: getting lost can be good.

High School Reunion

1997 - 2017

It's been 20 years since the end of the high school.
The old friends will come together to celebrate this anniversary.
Opportunity to connect with old folks, those that will show up.
It'll be quite evening full chatter, I guess.

In 1997 most of us had no idea what they want from life. We didn't knew which university to attend, what we want to become.
No sense of future.

Pure improvisation.

No real role models.

Time have changed since then. We did grow up into full adults. At least most of us.

I wouldn't go back to those years. I like more my current life setup. I do regret few things but nothing major.

I have more control over my life right now then ever before. I am more aware of everything around myself and know how the World works.

I still wait to make some important accomplishments. I'm sure I'm heading in the right direction.

Saturday, 24 June 2017

Music Promotion In 2017

Since 2006, ReverbNation has helped millions of emerging artists build their careers. We’ve connected artists to venues, festivals, brands, publishers, labels, and the fans themselves. ReverbNation’s mission puts Artists First.

Bandcamp makes it easy for fans to directly connect with and support the artists they love. We treat music as art, not content, and we tie the success of our business to the success of the artists who we serve.

YouTube Channel.

As the world’s largest music and audio platform, SoundCloud lets people discover and enjoy the greatest selection of music from the most diverse creator community on earth. Since launching in 2008, the platform has become renowned for its unique content and features, including the ability to share music and connect directly with artists, as well as unearth breakthrough tracks, raw demos, podcasts and more. This is made possible by an open platform that directly connects creators and their fans across the globe. Music and audio creators use SoundCloud to both share and monetise their content with a global audience, as well as receive detailed stats and feedback from the SoundCloud community.