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Very interesting use of social psychology the correct way. In return, Yelp creates raving fans who markets the product for free while rewarding the Elite Yelper to keep creating content and sharing Yelp with their friends.

3 months, 3 weeks ago on The Fascinating Psychology Behind the Yelp Elite Program


Same here. My parents were immigrants as well. It's the little things in life that I need to appreciate. Thanks for sharing your story!

2 years ago on There’s Nothing to Complain About


This posts was very helpful for me. Thanks for sharing it with the world!

2 years ago on How to Land a Killer Job at a Tech Startup Out of College


Has anyone formed or attended a Khan Academy, Coursera, Udacity, etc. Meetup? Anyone have any suggestions on how to create an overall objective for a Meetup?

2 years, 4 months ago on Creating In-Person Study Groups


 @edisonw First off figure out if you're a morning or night person. Keep a to do list and finish everything on the list when you're most productive during the day. If you have nothing to do on a particular day go find something to do. For example, go to the library and pick up a magazine to read. Make sure to take at least one day off on the weekends to recharge your batteries.

2 years, 9 months ago on How Dropping Out Can Change Your Life


The first thing I noticed is that I learn better with Coursera. I like how I can speed up, slow down, and even rewind the class videos. Coursera definitely doesn't place the University, but it does give students a glimpse of what a major will be like once they do decide to enroll at the University level. Of course, Coursera does not currently offer University credit to any of its students enrolled online. This may change soon though!


*Note* I have taken and completed CS101 with Nick Parlante on Coursera so this is based on my experience.

2 years, 10 months ago on The UnCollege Guide to Coursera


Aside from I Use Things or Asana I recommend Any.Do app for iOS and Android smartphone users.

2 years, 10 months ago on 7 Steps to Learn Effectively