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Have you read The $100 Startup

I am thinking on starting my own startup business whitout spending money I don't have (yet). The $100 Startup is inspirational. Get it. How to get a copy?
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In The $100 Startup, Chris Guillebeau shows you how to lead of life of adventure, meaning and purpose – and earn a good living.
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Quote of the day is by Albert Einstein

“Imagination is more important than knowledge” This quote by Albert Einstein resonate with me Tell me what you think in the comment.

Why you should be yourself

Our quote of the day is by Oscar Wilde:

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”

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Free Pro Video Editing Software for Linux: Lightworks

You could use Blender as a Free Pro Video Editor Software for your Linux, Mac or Windows. However, must people find it a little intimidating to even give it a try. Here come Lightworks, it as been used in major Hollywood feature films, which will give it boost in popularity with the Linux users.  As far as I am concern, the more the better. Professional Video Editing software required high-end microprocessor with a lot of ram to be able to work to their full capability. There are some Core i7 Laptops that would do a good job. Get yourself a good computer and you are set with either Blender or Lightworks for your Professional Video Editing Software. Use the money you are saving on the software to acquire a better hardware.

What's your favorite Free Pro Video Editing Software?

"Lightworks is a professional NLE system for editing and mastering of movies in 2K and 4K resolutions as well as television productions in PAL, NTSC and high-definition formats. Lightworks was an early developer of computer-based non-linear editing systems, and has been in development since 1989.
The program is currently available for Windows. The release of an open source version, as well as ports to Linux and Mac OS X were announced in May 2010, but the release date of December 2011 was postponed to 30 October 2012 (Alpha release). Despite the promises,[citation needed] no source code has yet been released."

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