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Dropshipping: The Construction of a Retail e-based Enterprise

   06 May 13:26:48  |  Business  |  jeremythomas0191

Stores who have free drop in products for sale to consumers that have already ordered products from a company rather than to others that have never bought products from a firm don the first time they come to the shop.

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What are you saying?: How to understand your dog's body language

   07 May 11:26:51  |  Cure for Boredom  |  hanahmendoza0191

As new dog owners, understanding and deciphering our dog’s body language is hard. And rightly so, it’s not as if they can talk.

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A Chinese Rocket Is Expected to Fall Back to Earth, But No One Knows Where the Debris Will Land

   07 May 00:00:12  |  Business  |  Entrepreneur

The 46,000-pound Long March 5B launched a core module into space last month.

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New All-Sky Map of the Milky Way?s Galactic Halo

   07 May 00:00:05  |  Astronomy  |  Universe Today

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Google sued for 'pirating' Mexican movies on YouTube

   07 May 00:00:12  |  Business  |  Entrepreneur

Spanish producer Carlos Vasallo filed the lawsuit against the two Alphabet companies in Florida.

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The Reason Mexico Cancelled All of The Extremely Popular Cinco De Mayo Celebrations

   07 May 00:00:09  |  Comedy  |  The Spoof

MEXICO CITY – (Satire News) – Mexico’s national news agency El Ole News, confirmed that the reason Mexico decided to cancel this year’s national Cinco De Mayo festivities was due to the nation-wide tequila shortage.

Humberto Roberto Del Centavo, s

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33 Things That Looked Like The Next Big Thing But Were Very Quickly Forgotten

   07 May 00:00:14  |  Cure for Boredom  |  Bored Panda

You can?t always guess what the future will hold. But you can bet on one thing?there?s bound to be a whole bunch of tech breakthroughs that seemed important at the time only to have been left by the wayside.
The post 33 Things That Looked Like The Next Big Thing But Were Very Quickly Forgotten first appeared on Bored Panda.

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Red-Eyed Subjects Peer Forward in Bright, Impasto Portraits by Artist Annan Affotey

   07 May 00:00:07  |  Digital Design  |  ThisIsColossal

Annan Affotey has an affinity for bold, bright colors that set his subjects apart from the negative space framing their figures. Through gestural strokes that sweep across the canvas, the Ghanaian artist renders intimate portraits of his friends, family members, and the occasional public figure who, through distinctly red eyes, look directly at the viewer, a decision that’s both aesthetic and cultural.
“When I moved to the U.S. from Ghana, I was often questioned why my eyes were red and whether it meant I hadn’t slept or was doing drugs, neither of which was true. More

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Sigma fp L Camera Review: Does Size Really Matter

   07 May 00:00:10  |  Photography  |  Peta Pixel

Making cameras is a tough gig. Every release demands to stand out from the crowd in some way. For the Sigma fp L, it?s turning heads by the remarkably compact size and resolution-dense full-frame sensor. Is it enough? The Sigma fp L is barely wider than the lenses that get attached to it and sports […]

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15 Last-Minute Deals on Mother?s Day Gifts

   07 May 00:00:11  |  Technology  |  Wired

We couldn?t find a discount on breakfast in bed, but these WIRED-recommended products are the next best thing.

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