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I've seen a bunch of articles about how Twitter (and many IPOs) are intentionally underpriced in order for the insiders and Wall Street to see a nice "pop" where the stock goes up significantly on the exchange. Unless you are one of those insiders or Wall Street underwriters, I'd stay away and stick to the fundamentals of investing in a diversified portfolio. 

Sure, you might miss a huge opportunity to make some cash... but you could also avoid the disaster that was the Facebook stock in the months after its IPO.

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Going to most likely be looking for a WordPress ninja to do some quick fixes on a poorly documented custom multisite sometime in the next 30 days. Recommendations? +Larry Deane +Matt Jabs
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Probably something I could take a look at for you +Kevin Mulligan .
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Does anyone have access to the Google Wallet ability to send cash via email?

They are slowly releasing it and letting users send a penny to another user to "unlock" their ability to do this. Dan's Deal forum did this but it has slowed down (http://www.dansdeals.com/archives/31131) -- it was a conga line where it just got passed down and down.

If anyone has this ability I would really appreciate an invite/penny sent/2 pennies returned :)
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So the Dow broke 15k... does that really matter for you? How should you react?
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Peer-to-peer lending can be that financial lifeline you need to finally get out of debt... or it can crush you. How can it be both?
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Great post.
 
New today at +Think Traffic - here's my collection of the top 10 mistakes people make in starting an online business.

What would you add to this list?
Every week I talk with entrepreneurs. We talk about what’s working and what isn’t. We talk about successes and failures. I spend time with both complete newbies and seasoned veterans, and everything in
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Feel good story to finish the week off. 
Portage High School’s furriest graduate was honored this month with a high school yearbook photo of his own.
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Every school should have one of these!
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/puts on flame suit

I think debit cards can be significantly more risky than credit cards.

Agree or disagree?
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In some ways that's definitely true! Tradeoffs to each, of course.
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Mortgage rates just keep going down... but does that mean you should refinance?
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It seems like there are 30 different types of credit scores out there. Which one should you be most concerned with?
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I challenge any European car enthusiast to find a better shop in the greater Knoxville area. I have price checked other highly rated shops (since price is a big driver for most customers) and always found Eurotech to be a lower price than the competitors (and of course the dealership). That isn't to say the price is cheap -- we don't drive cheap cars, and many things require several hours of expensive labor -- but I have always felt the price is fair. Cliff has always been great about communicating what is going on, what they have found that needs fixing, what the cost is, and when the car is ready. I've never walked in not knowing what I'm going to pay -- none of the "well, we told you it was going to be $250, but it turns out it's going to be $400 and we didn't bother to call you". That doesn't happen. It's refreshing to feel comfortable dropping your car off with a crew you can trust, knowing the cost, and not feeling ripped off. I've been taking my 2003 Audi A4 Avant to them since approximately late 2012/early 2013.
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