Discrimination on the internet

Atıf ÜNALDI For years in my articles and television programs, I used the name of Netizen. Netizen means a citizen of the Internet. This name is not only valid in Turkey but all over the world, it means the same thing.Internet is a cyber together and those who live there are participants in a virtual community. This community is composed of different groups like Facebook with a population larger than that of China. Since countries, such groups are bonded to each other by definite feelings.You can see that this idea does not belong to me by just doing a search of the Internet world map on Google. If there is such a set, for example, Apple users were a part of this community, Apple Will he have the right to have a different behavior depending on their language, religion and race? What will there be discrimination? There are a few years back, I tried to buy a product by connecting me to the website of Tiffany Co. I have found that some prices were closed because I was in Turkey. When I contacted them to explain that I was in Turkey and I do not see some prices, they then[…]






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New Book No Time Like Now Provides A Guide to Organizing Your Life’s Traditional and Digital Information

Organizing important documents just became easier thanks to the new booklet, No Time Like Now, A Guide to Organizing Your Life’s Traditional and Digital Information, by Claudette Paäge. Paäge is president of Paäge et Cie Personal Management Services, a company based in Scarsdale, New York, that provides personal money management services as well as daily money and lifestyle management services.   Paäge combined her extensive financial and professional experience to create No Time Like Now after spending years listening to people say they wish they had such information at their fingertips.   “Everyone thinks they’re prepared for an emergency.” says Paäge. “Then, the unexpected hits without warning. You’re in a maddening, stressful hunt for information and documents that are critical to resolving the situation.”   “Often times, it takes people weeks, even months, to find what they’re looking for because they never organized any of this information. No Time Like Now gives them an important document organizer –– call it a blueprint –– for getting their affairs in order with estate and financial planning before an unexpected emergency or event occurs.”   This useful booklet provides important tips for gathering and organizing critical documents, such as medical, banking, investment and real estate[…]






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Serial Entrepreneur Ajamu Kambon Releases “Do You: Success, Wealth, and Relationships”

Serial entrepreneur, and McIntire School of Commerce graduate, Ajamu Kambon has announced the release of his brand new book, Do You: Success, Wealth, and Relationships – You, Yourself, and Your Dreams. The all-new book is designed to help entrepreneurs achieve new goals by conditioning them mentally for the challenges that come along with owning a business. Do You offers riveting advice on increasing residual income and wealth, as well as tips for reaching one’s dreams. The condensed self-help book is just 37-pages but offers jam-packed contents that provide concise information for quickly changing one’s mindset for reaching new goals. With chapters such as “Making Right Choices”, “Stop Judging Others & Judge Yourself”, and “Wealth Generation and Monetary Success”, Kambon’s Do You is designed as a structured blueprint for small business owners, freelancers, network marketers, and any emerging or established entrepreneur who wants to increase their success. About his reasons for writing Do You, Kambon said, “Sharing with you what has worked in my life could possibly give you that extra spark in yours.” Through Kambon’s experiences, he has learned valuable lessons and gained knowledge from others, and he is pleased to share that information. Kambon was hit by a car[…]






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Author Hope Alcocer Announces Release of First Novel “Where Hope Lies” While Raising TBI Awareness

Many would argue the best fiction has one foot firmly in reality. Author and entrepreneur Hope Alcocer would likely agree, recently announcing a March 2016 release for her first book “Where Hope Lies”, a piece of fiction that incorporates large parts of her own very real personal experiences into the plot. Well known as a successful entrepreneur, marketing consultant, and very popular writer, Alcocer brings her same compelling and heartfelt writing style to the world of fiction with her very first novel. “This book, while fiction, gives the reader a raw, emotional look into the main character’s heart, mind, and soul.” says Alcocer. “This book has been a fun project, but also a means of very intense therapy for me as I’ve dealt with quite a bit in the last couple years. It is fiction meshed with bits and pieces of my real life, that I think goes beyond entertaining, but also can offer value to those who find themselves facing similar challenges. I’m blessed that over the last several years of my writing career that I have built up quite a following online through social media, but offline as well. I hope that support continues as I do one[…]






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