Question by david_tomisin: How can I make a 6 figure income on the internet for less than 12 dollars amonth?
I am trying to find away to make at least a 6 figure income that will cost me less than 12 dollars a month out of pocket And I don’t want to have to try to sell a bunch a sh*t on ebay

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Answer by coryshawn
Well you let me know if you figure it out, I would love to know also.

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Question by Wiz: Why is representative money more useful than commodity money?
A) Representative money can be used for other things besides currency. For example, gems can be made into jewelry, and cotton can be made into clothing.
B) Representative money has value because the government has decreed that it is an acceptable means to pay debts. Commodity money had value only to people who believed it had value.
C) Representative money exists in unlimited supply, allowing many more people to make use of it.
D) Representative money is portable, durable, divisible, and acceptable. It can also be exchanged for something else of value.

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Answer by Aaron Lowe

Representative money (like our bills in our wallets) is much easier to use than having to trade cows for sheep. What if you don’t want my cows, but you want Sally’s rugs instead?

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Since 2005, we’ve collaborated with hundreds of transit authorities around the world to make a comprehensive resource for millions of riders to find out which bus, train, subway or tram can take them to their next destination. Today, Google Maps has public transportation schedules for more than one million transit stops worldwide, in nearly 500 cities including New York, London, Tokyo and Sydney.

Public transportation information is especially useful when it’s in the palm of your hand. Today we’re releasing an update to the Google Maps for Android app (version 6.10) which makes this transit information even more useful. We’ve made some changes to the Transit Lines layer, so that you can select a specific mode of public transportation (train, bus, tram or subway) to display on the mobile map, hiding the other modes. This is helpful in areas where there is a tight concentration of several types of public transit.

Left: Mobile map with all modes of public transit shown; Right: Transit Lines layer in Subway mode

We’ve also updated the layout of station pages to be more useful. Open it by tapping on the name of the station on your mobile map.

Updated station pages show you departure times, lines serving the station and the distance to nearby stations.

In addition to these new transit features, we’ve updated region highlighting, My Places and Location History displays in Google Maps for Android:

  • Now, whenever you search for a city or postal code, the borders of that region are highlighted.
  • Under My Places you’ll notice we’ve added new tabs, which will help you access all your information from a single place; from your saved maps for use offline to your starred places and Custom Maps created on your desktop.
  • If you enable Location History, you’ll be able to browse the places you’ve been on a daily basis with an updated Location History dashboard.

Whether you’re looking for schedule and fare information, directions by public transit or nearby stations, Google Maps puts comprehensive, accurate and useful transit information at your fingertips. Update to the latest version of Google Maps for Android in the Google Play store.

The Official Google Blog

Question by Maria: Which one is better than the other when it comes to making more money: Affiliate marketing or own online?
business? Marketing/business or investing? I need serious answers and please no scam. If you could also recommend books on affiliate marketing/online business/business and how and where to invest, I will be very grateful. Thank you

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Answer by Jake
I have seen plenty of expert advice indicating that having your own product is key to the most profitable internet businesses. The experts also advise that customers be made repeat customers by offering upgrade, side-grade back-end products. (Similarly a typical infomercial order conversation might include 7 different add-on offers) It’s best to identify a small pond (niche) where you can be a big fish, rather than a competitive field like diet, pharmaceuticals where your new business ends up on page 10 of the search engines.

Some suggest the shortest path to fast money is in CPA promotion, in which you have to be prepared to promote borderline scammy offers like free gift trials and take some financial risks. One pricey training program The Arbitrage Conspiracy is starting a second series, the first time around some students made it big but more lost thousands in search of their “golden nuggets”.

Some people blow thousands on secret formula tutorials containing recycled information. I have heard experts without vested interests suggest one can learn enough hanging out at marketing forums like WickedFire or WarriorForum, a well focused work ethic is ultimately more valuable than the latest marketing trick.

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(Cross-posted from the Lat Long Blog)

How large is one billion? One billion hours ago modern humans were living in the Stone Age. One billion minutes ago, the Roman Empire was flourishing. If you traveled from Earth to the Moon three times, your journey would measure one billion meters.

Today, we’ve reached our own one billion mark: Google Earth has been downloaded more than one billion times since it was first introduced in 2005. That’s more than one billion downloads of the Google Earth desktop client, mobile apps and the Google Earth plug-in—all enabling you to to explore the world in seconds, from Earth to Mars to the ocean floor.

We’re proud of our one billion milestone, but we’re even more amazed at the way people have used Google Earth to explore the world. When we founded Keyhole, Inc. back in 2001 (the company was acquired by Google in 2004), we never imagined our geospatial technology would be used by people in so many unexpected ways. At, we’ve collected stories from people all over the world who use Google Earth to follow their dreams, discover new and distant places, or make the world a better place.

Visit to learn about people like Professor David Kennedy of the University of Western Australia, who’s used Google Earth to scan thousands of square kilometers in Saudi Arabia and Jordan. Professor Kennedy has discovered ancient tombs and geoglyphs dating back at least 2,000 years, all without leaving his desk in Perth. Architect Barnaby Gunning, after the April 6, 2009 earthquake near L’Aquila Italy, encouraged his fellow citizens to start rebuilding the city virtually in 3D. Their online urban planning will aid city planners and architects. Retired English teacher Jerome Burg created Google Lit Trips, which uses Google Earth to match places in famous books to their geographical locations, encouraging students to create connections between the stories they read in school and the world they live in.

We hope you enjoy the site, and that it illustrates how some of those one billion downloads of Google Earth have been making a difference. You can explore these stories right in your browser with the Google Earth plug-in or download the KML files to view in Google Earth.

If you have a Google Earth story you’d like to share, we’d love to hear from you. If you don’t have Google Earth, download it now and be part of the next billion stories. While it’s inspiring to see how Google Earth has touched the lives of so many, we know the best is yet to come.

The Official Google Blog

In June we launched the +1 button for websites, making it easier to recommend content across the web. In July, the +1 button crossed 2 billion daily views, and we also made it a lot faster. Today the +1 button appears on more than a million sites, with over 4 billion daily views, and we’re extremely excited about this momentum.

It’s just the beginning, however, and today we’re launching two more features that make +1 buttons more useful for users and publishers alike.

Sharing with your circles on Google+
Clicking the +1 button is a great way to highlight content for others when they search on Google. But sometimes you want to start a conversation right away—at least with certain groups of friends. So beginning today, we’re making it easy for Google+ users to share webpages with their circles, directly from the +1 button. Just +1 a page as usual and look for the new “Share on Google+” option. From there you can comment, choose a circle and share.

The new +1 button on Rotten Tomatoes

When you share content from the +1 button, you’ll notice that we automatically include a link, an image and a description in the sharebox. We call these “+snippets,” and they’re a great way to jumpstart conversations with the people you care about.

Of course: publishers can benefit from +snippets as well. With just a few changes to their webpages, publishers can actually customize their +snippets and encourage more sharing of their content on Google+. More details are available on the Google Webmaster blog.

We’re rolling out sharing and +snippets globally over the next week, but if you’d like to try the new +1 button now, you can join our Google+ Platform Preview. Once you’re part of the Preview, just visit a site with the +1 button (like Rotten Tomatoes) and +1 the page. Thanks for all of your feedback so far, and stay tuned for more features in the weeks and months ahead!

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