Web entrepreneurship is for everyone

Note: This site is for people looking for ideas and inspiration on web entrepreneurship. Those who dream of becoming an internet entrepreneur, or build a website business. It is crucial to understand how an online business works. Just like with a small business, it's all about getting your livelihood in order. Entrepreneurship is the key to financial independence and financial freedom. Becoming a web entrepreneur is not for everyone but in this day and age, it is the easiest way to experience being in business for yourself.

Just because there are quite a number of rockstar internet entrepreneurs who became rich doesn't mean you should shy away from aspiring to be one. 

Below are a few pickings to whet your appetite to carry on with your dream. The moment you decided to be a web entrepreneur means you already are one. You don't need any proof or legitimacy. Your only problem should be working to make your dreams come true. Your only other problem should be, being patient while success catches on:

Tung Tran
How to start a biz online
8 Successful online entreps we could be following
How to be a succesful internet entrep

This interesting article got me curious. It links to a website that doesn't exist anymore. Maybe a case of "nice idea but didn't work".    

In no way do i endorse any of these links except for inspiration.

Till next time!



Girl With 2 Hearts Recovers from Cancer Spontaneously

This is not about spontaneous regeneration but a British teen who survived a dire heart condition as an infant, has made a "magic" recovery, her doctor said. The secret? The surgery she endured as an infant gave her two hearts..! (Read on at ABC News)


Iran Plane Crash

More than 160 people are feared dead in Iran today after a passenger plane crashed in the northwest of the country. (Read more at Times Online)


Tsunami Alert in NZ

A 7.8-magnitude earthquake has shaken New Zealand, setting off a tsunami alarm for parts of the Pacific Ocean... (read more at BBC)



Ancient Whale Were Land Dwellers?

Could whales have been land dwellers once? Some scientists think so.. 

Feb. 4, 2009 -- A rare fossil of an ancient whale with a fetus still inside reveals that its species -- an ancestor to modern whales -- gave birth on land 47.5 million years ago, according to a paper published in the online journal PLoS.

The discovery, along with prior fossil finds, suggests the first whale ancestors were full-time land dwellers that might have been related to the early relatives of hoofed animals, such as sheep and cattle.

Link: Discovery News


Cry aloud, Spare Not! Let the Whole World Know what we have Found

I find this blog post simply touching, and wish to share it here...

"I was so timid when I was young. I was born a Catholic and always followed what my auntie said who always told me what to do, as if she owned me. She would often cut my hair and dressed me up on her style. I then looked boyish and skinny. She would always want me to be in the church and participate in all of the activities being performed there. So, I grew up with her and was greatly influenced by her thoughts acquired from the doctrines of the Catholic Church..."

To read more, please follow the link.

Link: keytothelockedbook.wordpress.com



Filipino Worker Loses Job For Not Using Toilet "The Australian Way"

This juicy bit is a rip-off from the The Huffington Post
. Could we call this toilet discrimination!?

A Filipino contract worker Amador Bernabe, 43, lost his job Friday January 23 for not using the toilet "the Australian way".

Bernabe works as a machine operator for Townsville Engineering Industries. He said that on Thursday, his foreman followed him into the bathroom questioning his toilet hygiene after seeing him (Bernabe) carrying a bottled water inside the toilet.

Despite Bernabe's protests, he claims the foreman followed him into the toilet saying "you can't bring water in there".

"I said it's my personal hygiene. I didn't break any law, I didn't break any rules of the company, why can't I do this, and he said he would report me to the manager.", Bernabe said.

Bernabe was summoned to the manager's office the next day where he was admonished to use the toilet the "Australian way" or he would be immediately fired. Bernabe, seeing nothing wrong with his toilet habits, replied "sir, then you better terminate me"

Link: The Huffington Post



250,000 Filipinos to lose jobs in next 6 months

About 250,000 Filipino workers may lose their jobs in the next six months...

Philippine labor officials said more than 30,000 workers were laid-off since last December and the figure could double by the end of January 2009.

If the trend continues, the figure could reach 250,000 displacements in six months.

Most displaced workers came from small- and medium-enterprises and companies in Southern Tagalog and Central Visayas, particularly in the central city of Cebu.

Link: Xinhuanet.com


8 Babies in 5 Minutes

A California woman gave birth to eight babies in a span of five minutes on Monday. This is considered only the second time in history that live octuplets have been born The mother, as you've might have guessed, gave birth by cesarean section.

Six boys and two girls weighing between 1.8 pounds and 3.4 pounds. The doctors were expecting seven live births only so their obsession for methodical precision was upset with the delivery of the 8th baby. Better luck next time, I guess.

"It's a surprise," said Dr. Karen Maples.

The first live-born octuplets were born in Houston in December 1998. They were three months premature and their weights ranged from 11 ounces to 1 pound, 11 ounces. The tiniest infant died of heart and lung failure a week after being born. The surviving siblings turned 10 in December.

Link: Birth of Octuplets


Twins study suggests that sociability, shyness might be hidden in DNA

Is it possible that traits such as shyness and sociability are dictated by our genes? To think that such traits could determine a person's attitude and material success says a lot about what we inherit from our parents. Another intriguing implication of the research is the feasibility that an individual's genetic makeup can influence the behavior of others.

MONDAY, Jan. 26 (HealthDay News) --...A new study comparing the two types of twins shows that genetics might affect social behavior, and the scientists who made the discovery say they are closing in on some of those "personality" genes...

Link: Search for Popularity Gene


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