The holidays are officially over, and some of you may be returning to work today with a shiny new tablet in hand.
Talk about being in the right place at the right time. With today being the day that America begins putting its New Year’s resolutions into practice and also the morning after both houses of Congress passed a bill to avoid something called a “fiscal cliff,” intelligent student loan management startup Tuition.io is opening its doors to the public for the first time. For good measure, the company is also announcing several flagship partners that will put it squarely in the path of its target audience.
It's hard to imagine a product category more unwanted, unneeded, and unloved than the netbook. They were often bulky – despite their "small" size – underpowered, and built specifically to be "good enough" computers. The Guardian reports that both Asus and Acer, the final bastions of netbook production, will abandon the category once their existing inventory has been depleted. It seems that even the most prolific netbook manufacturers have realized that building cheap products doesn't pay.
It's officially gift card season. There is no excuse to let them expire thanks to the proliferation of e-commerce aggregation sites out there. You might try an offer aggregator like Hipiti or ShopitToMe, an idea generator like Pickie, or a more DIY bookmarking site like Pinterest, WantWorthy or SkinnyScoop.
All day on PandoDaily we've posted a lot of industry wisdom about how entrepreneurs should approach a challenging 2013, what mistakes they should quit making if they want to be successful, and even whether engineers should try to become founders.
There are so many problems with the world. History will no doubt look back at the last half-decade and talk about how awful it was. Just a few of the ills include: high unemployment, collapsing home prices, violence across the world, and political gridlock that never seems to end.
A futurist sees signs everywhere, but anyone can connect the dots and glimpse what may come.
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