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This Very.co.uk code gifts you £50 when you purchase a Nintendo Switch or Xbox One X bundle

Mashable - Social Media news - 4 hours 21 min ago

Very.co.uk has caught the Christmas bug early this year and is celebrating with a generous promotion on electrical products. 

You can receive £50 back on electrical products when you enter the code NKMKE at the checkout to order with the "12 months buy now pay later" option. This allows you to delay payment for 12 months, which could be pretty handy at this time of year (although it's worth thoroughly checking those T&Cs, of course)Very.co.uk will credit £50 back to your account by Jan. 31 or the dispatch date, whichever is later. 

There are a bunch of great electrical items that are eligible for the £50 credit, including a Nintendo Switch console and Xbox One X bundles. You can pick up a Nintendo Switch for £279.99, a good price even before the £50 bonus.  Read more...

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How to find and share your top Instagram posts from 2018

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - 4 hours 27 min ago

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, tricks, guides, and advice on how to get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Since there’s only two weeks until the end of year, there’s no better time to sit back, relax, and reflect on what was probably the worst year ever — filled with terrible political decisions.  To commemorate your 2018, what better way is there than looking back at your year on Instagram and seeing your top nine best performing posts? How to see your 9 most popular Instagram posts from this year Instead of manually…

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17 weird but great stocking stuffers

Mashable - Social Media news - 4 hours 28 min ago

As you embark on your holiday shopping this season, you may find yourself wondering what stocking stuffers you should buy.

Candy and other small knick-knacks are great, but sometimes you want to gift something a little unusual and unexpected for a change — something, dare we say, weird. 

From useful and educational, to silly and playful, we've selected 17 weird but very good stocking stuffers sure to delight everyone and anyone you know this year:

1Poo-Pourri toilet spray

A practical gift.

Image: Poo Pourri/amazon

Give the gift of a Holiday-scented bathroom this season with the very fragrant Poo-Pourri spray. Read more...

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Five Things That Matter Most When Protecting Your Data In 2019

Forbes - Entrepreneurs - 4 hours 28 min ago
Put your company in a position to succeed in a digital landscape littered with threats.

Top Five Not-To-Miss Networking Events For Dallas Entrepreneurs

Forbes - Entrepreneurs - 4 hours 28 min ago
Local events are the perfect opportunity for business owners to connect with other industry leaders in their area.

The best LEGO deals in the Amazon Christmas sale: 'Harry Potter', 'Star Wars', and more

Mashable - Social Media news - 4 hours 31 min ago

Every single Christmas there are new toys and games that make a big noise, and all of sudden everyone wants them. A few months or even weeks after Christmas, however, they are forgotten about. Such is the nature of the toy industry.

LEGO however has stood the test of time, and continues to grow in popularity, particularly since it teamed up with our favourite books and movies. If you want a guaranteed winner this Christmas then look no further than LEGO. You'll gain even more kudos with a Harry Potter or Star Wars set.

OK, so not everyone is a confessed Harry Potter obsessive, and if that's the case we have tracked down some great deals on alternatives. You can pick up a LEGO Creator 10254 Winter Holiday Train (exclusive to John Lewis & Partners) for £74.99, a LEGO 60110 City Fire Station Building Toy for £45.99, and a LEGO Ninjago Dragon Pit and Master Falls Bundle for £87.97. You can also save on a whole bunch of LEGO exclusives just in time for Christmas. Read more...

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Do You Stand Up for What You Truly Value?

You may have business values, but do you have the courage of your convictions? Find out how to determine if you've got what it takes to back up your words with actions.

Purpose Is Built, Not Bought: 3 Ways Businesses Can Cultivate It

Smaller companies typically have much better employee engagement than their larger competitors, and not because they are paying higher salaries

Now Is The Time For Women Entrepreneurs To Soar Even Higher

Forbes - Entrepreneurs - 5 hours 4 min ago
“It’s a good time to be a female entrepreneur,” says Tomkins, “there is finally a conversation around underserved female markets, and that people who can innovate and create companies for those underserved markets are often women.”

Amazon’s selling Chromecasts again — a year after it said it would

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - 5 hours 4 min ago

I know you’ve spent the past year counting down the days, but it’s here. The time has finally arrived. Yes, you got it right, you can now buy a Chromecast on Amazon. Again. Google’s streaming device is one of the most popular in its field, but it hasn’t been sold by Amazon in years. The reason? “Customer confusion.” The confusion in this case being that the Chromecast didn’t “interact well” with Prime Video. Boo hoo. Amazon eventually relented from this view, and you know what? It only took a year between Amazon saying it’d stock Chromecasts and it, uh, actually stocking…

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The death of YouTube annotations marks an end for early interactive web video

Mashable - Social Media news - 5 hours 28 min ago

In a small update to a YouTube support page last month, the online video giant announced that annotations would be deleted from all videos using the feature early next year.

An example of how crazy YouTube annotations could get if overused

Image: Youtube / screenshot

“We will stop showing existing annotations to viewers starting January 15, 2019,” YouTube explained, also confirming the removal of the feature. 

Annotations should be instantly recognizable to most YouTube viewers. They were a major method of self-promotion for channels, often presented as translucent boxes layered over videos asking users to subscribe or to click to another hyperlinked video.  Read more...

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19 Trends That Will Shape The World In 2019

Forbes - Entrepreneurs - 5 hours 28 min ago
The top social, technological, economic, ecological and political trends that will impact business next year.

16 Tips For Business Owners' 2019 'To Do' Lists

Forbes - Entrepreneurs - 5 hours 28 min ago
The new year is a time when many, including business leaders, take stock of where they are and make plans for the future. Members of Forbes Coaches Council offer advice for business leaders looking to put together their January "to-do" lists.

Blockchains should have ‘privacy by design’ for GDPR compliance

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - 5 hours 28 min ago

General data protection regulation (GDPR) and blockchain is one of the industry’s most contentious debates at the moment. Some believe that public permissionless blockchains cannot be GDPR compliant, and that private blockchains might be the answer to blockchain’s regulatory woes. Even so, private blockchains bring into question the very meaning of what a blockchain is. There is no simple answer. Dutch blockchain startup, LTO Network, hosted speakers from Barclay’s bank, Cambridge Computer Lab, and Queen Mary University to take on some of these challenging questions at Hard Fork Decentralized last night. The overarching sentiment from the evening? That we should…

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1 Simple Habit You Can Start This Weekend for a More Productive and Stress-Free 2019

With a new year closing in means new goals. However, most people inadvertently set themselves up for shortcomings by committing this 1 mistake.

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