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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

4 Rules for the Failure-Proof Startup; What a Used Car Salesman Taught Me About How to Love Your Customers

Senators Urge FTC To Examine Ad Fraud; The FBI Says Its Malware Isn’t Malware Because the FBI Is Good; SquattyPotty— Great name. Sounds like a fit for Lori on Shark Tank; 3 reasons your content isn't getting shared -- and how to fix them; Oculus launching the Rift without the Touch controllers probably wasn’t a great move; 13 signs that your coworker is undermining you; Sonos' first store makes the Apple Store look boring; Campaigns Are Dead. Modern Marketing Is a Data Exchange

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    Great name. Sounds like a fit for Lori on Shark Tank.
    Soaring numbers of people claim using a 'Squatty Potty' helps them poo
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    Sonos’ first flagship NYC store makes the Apple store look boring, and we got an early tour http://tnw.to/29KqGSw via @thenextweb
    Sonos' first store makes the Apple Store look boring


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