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Kym McNicholas

  1. GTChannel says Goodbye to Machinima and soars

    A new automotive multi-channel network is blowing up after leaving Machinima -- a very risky move that revved up its business. In case you're not familiar with the multi-channel network concept, it's a community of Youtube channels that are brought under one umbrella. It's the best way for independent Youtube channels to get their videos seen and get help monetizing them.

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  2. Well-played law of attraction between Grammy Award-winner Skylar Grey and Gigg's CEO

    [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGHZWozgYWU&w=560&h=315]

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  3. Warren Buffett's former pilot launches Visionary Airlines in Silicon Valley

    When my mom was hospitalized in New Castle, Pennyslvania, diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism (blood clots in her lungs), I felt helpless. I didn't know how to get her back to the San Francisco Bay Area without jeopardizing her health. The doctor told me it would be fatal to drive, take a train, or fly commercial. That's when Michael Flint came to the rescue. Don't worry about a thing, he said. He would lease a plane and fly my family back home at low altitude.

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  4. Culination wants to teach you how to become a top chef

    As much as I may want to prepare scrumptious dinners I am no cook. The last time I prepared a meal for a guy in my life, I went down to my local family-owned Italian restaurant, bought some Eggplant Parmigiana, heated it up in the oven and pretended it was mine. (Don't judge me.)

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  5. Meet the Apple of the coffee world: Nespresso

    For ecommerce companies looking for the best way to set-up a retail space Apple is the ultimate example. But I’ve found another company that launched its first retail shop the same year as Apple, and exemplifies that ultimate experience for the customer as well. It’s Nespresso. The coffee company, owned by Nestle, just opened up its first retail shop in San Francisco, and will soon do the same in Los Angeles. It has more than 300 worldwide.

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  6. Nordstrom disses 'omni-channel' term, but Alexandra Mysoor says it’s real

    Nordstrom and other large retailers may not know what the term "omni-channel" means, but it is a real trend that’s happening. Jamie Nordstrom was quoted in a recent article saying he doesn’t get the term, but Nordstrom does strive to be where its customers are whether it's online or offline.

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  7. SocialParent: The social network for families

    At the Launch Festival a new social network emerged. Your reaction to that first sentence had to be just like mine: Argh! Not another one! But it wasn’t until I just spent the weekend with my new God Daughters at a birthday party, that I realized this one in particular is much needed: SocialParent. It’s a social network just for families to connect with their kids’ friends and families.

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  8. How anyone can be a sports announcer with YouCommentate

    I grew up in a family of football fans. How could you not be a football fan though, growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 90s with the five-time Super Bowl Champion 49ers and their high-scoring West Coast offense? It was an exciting time, and I feel fortunate that, as a kid, my dad turned down the announcer chatter and explain the action to me.

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