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Arshad Rehman
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+Veit Schenk's talk on Amazon Affiliate Marketing Done Right saved me from making long term affiliate marketing mistakes. 
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Things are getting just a bit easier these days. 
Laser cleaning technology!!
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DON'T THROW AWAY THE UNUSABLE HEADPHONES

If you get an unusable headphones, don't throw it away. You can cut & remove the wire, and use the TRS jack as the FM antenna for your smartphone. 

All you need is to plug-in this TRS jack into your phone's headphones plug, and open the FM radio app, then start listening through your loudspeaker.

HOW IT WORKS: The headphones wire works as the FM antenna for mobile phones. Usually FM transmission will have a very strong signal, which needs a small piece of wire to receive the signal.

ONE MORE TIP:  Even if the headphones are not functional, you can use them as ear-muffs to shield the outside noise. (Mostly plug them in whenever I sleep, to keep insects from entering my ears).
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Now that is service and tech at its finest. Coffee made while you're on your way back home.
I can absolutely get behind this concept, but at 100GBP (~$150US) I am crazy skeptical this thing is especially well built. That just seems too cheap. Don't get me wrong - if it works well and makes good coffee, $150 would be a steal, but this just looks too good to be true in a lot of respects.

There's a grinder (thus an electric motor), pump, heating element, and wireless technology inside this thing. I am a self-admitted coffee snob, and I concede, I am skeptical of most modern coffee technology.

I have to bet Keurig and those guys are all looking into ways to automate the pod machines, though. Just stick 10 pods in there, and it'll automatically load them and brew a cup when you tell it. Having to load beans (let alone those beans getting stale) and then dispose of them is a bit of an Achilles' heel when you're going up against the Keurig these days.
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