Saw this on TV today and thought it was pretty funny.
Guy Kawasaki has a cool post on his blog on how he built a Social Media startup for only $12k. Basically demonstrating that things have changed dramatically from even the first dot com boom and you can can get a startup up and running very cheaply.
I’m a big fan of making fun of celebrities, so some of my favorite websites are The Superficial, What Would Tyler Durden and Film Drunk. I’ve now started watching a show called The Soup on E! which basically shows clips of TV shows/celebrities and makes fun. Below are some clips for your enjoyment:
The Soup, Good stuff.
There’s been alot of press as to what this means to the Canadian economy, some say it will hurt Canada’s exports. I personally agree with Canadian billionaire Jimmy Pattison that it will ultimately be good for Canada. The Jimmy says in this article in The Globe and Mail that it force Canadian businesses to be more competitive. I think Canada tends to rest on its laurels too often and as of late as been relying on its manufacturing and natural resources. I hope the new currency strength will make Canada’s economy more modern and competitive.
This kid is hilarious, he reminds myself of a young me… well minus my crippling fear of large audiences.
Check out Clark and Michael his online show. Here’s my favorite episode:
Another favorite is a video he made mocking that Yale student who applied for an Investment Banking job using a video application.
Michael Cera, good stuff.
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