Sixteen years ago I wrote on my personal travel blog, “Australia sucks”. Not because I have anything against my colonial cousins, far from it… in fact My First Wife and I spent some considerable time considering whether we might like to spend the rest of our lives there.
Clicking “Share” on someone’s Facebook status is a lot easier than doing a “copy and paste”, but the Share button has limitations. The biggest restriction is the original user’s privacy settings. According to Facebook, if someone’s setting says the post can only be seen by their friends, then sharing the post will only show the content to your mutual friends. Sharing is largely only effective if the original post is on a public setting that lets anyone see it, regardless of whether or not they are friends with the original poster.
So when users call for people to “copy and paste” but not “share”, it is to ensure privacy settings are not preventing a message from being spread. If the goal is to get a piece of information to reach the largest potential audience, then copy and paste is the safest best.
Scam or Hoax?
Tim Urban knows that procrastination doesn’t make sense, but he’s never been able to shake his habit of waiting until the last minute to get things done.
In this hilarious and insightful talk, Tim takes us on a journey through YouTube binges, Wikipedia rabbit holes and bouts of staring out [Read more…]
Are You Ready?
Here in France we celebrate the country’s national day on July 14th. English speakers refer to this as Bastille Day, the french call it La Fête nationale or more commonly Le quatorze juillet.
In this video we see a couple of our members getting ready to [Read more…]
On August 24rd 2011 the world record for the largest number of attendees on a live seminar broadcast on the internet was awarded by Guiness World Records to HupSpot.
The webinar (seminar on the web) was broadcast from HubSpot’s headquarters in Cambridge, MA, but there were people watching around the [Read more…]
From Roger Langille
Co-Owner of DS Domination
It’s easy to find the little guy that dreams big. They are in the playgrounds, the bars or just entering the work force. They want to be the president, the marquis sports player of the decade etc etc. Unfortunately in the circles I travel, it seems easier and easier to find the big guy that dreams “little” They are the best actors, the best fakers, the best talkers. In fact I use to be one of them. Here is where they fall short. They are constantly driven by money. Their goals are NEW……new car, new house, new watch, new vacation. They have no idea how to be big and dream big. They do not focus on their place, their existence, and most sadly how they are going to change the world. [Read more…]
It really does…
If you are an active member of DS Domination, this is how you will be placed in Options Domination.
If you WERE a member of DS Domination, but are now inactive, there is a very good financial reason why you may now want to re-activate your [Read more…]
From Rick Langille
I am sitting at my computer taking stock of where I have been and how far I have come over the past 10 months with DS Domination.
Tomorrow morning I board a plane to visit my brother Roger Langille (Co-owner of DS Domination) and [Read more…]