Chris Pirillo: Participating in online conversations since 1992!
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No matter how lost you get in the hospital while recording Pirillo Vlog 672, just keep swimming… just keep swimming… you’re welcome.
Good question that came in during TLDR: What do you think Microsoft needs to do to be more successful than it is now? What direction should the company be taking at this point? And another question: What’s the future of news? Even if you didn’t ask, we talked about it today… Thanks to all of […]
Is your website mobile-friendly? Yeah? Are you sure about that? Share this free guide with others so they can be sure their site is up to snuff! Read: So You Think Your Website is Mobile-Friendly? Think Again!
Sure, I’ve heard of a rubber baby buggy bumper, but a Handmade Baby Yoda Hat? An amazing Galaxy, this is!
Everything is awesome — except when my dad is being a tad creepy. At least we have delicious meat pocket thingies in Pirillo Vlog 671!
What’s more cozy than being right where you belong? Maybe when you’ve got a little coffee (or tea, if that’s your thing) to go along with it. Here’s a mug that gives you a place for your stuff: There’s No Place Like 127.0.0.1 Mug
Knowing I’m Diana’s lightsaber makes up for having strange lines on my face when Dad is napping, Mom is reading dumb books, and no one can tell the difference between my dogs in Pirillo Vlog 670.
Most everything I talked about in this TLDR had something to do with a smartphone. Those things must be a fad…? Good question left during TLDR last night: do you feel that Apple is moving fast enough with new products? Want to help support TLDR and keep it week-daily? Here’s how! Meanwhile, at LockerGnome Spot […]
Do you need more battery life and more storage for your phone? Check out this TLDR for a solution!
Are you a Linux user? Have you successfully figured out how to support all of your peripherals under this fine operating system? Read this free, 525-Page E-Book: Linux Device Drivers, 2nd Edition