Category Archives: Editorial

Online exchanges during COVID-19

The current pandemic has forced people worldwide, many who didn’t know much about E-commerce to use it extensively in order to survive. As most people were Ill prepared for such an unexpected situation, the main thing learned is the fact … Continue reading

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The Case for Free Markets

Walter Williams makes a great point when talking about how well the free market caters to the common man while other types of economic/political systems such as socialism or communism not so much. At least in the free market the … Continue reading

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Motivation and the Internet Age

Growing up in the internet age is very different. People, especially students have everything at their fingertips and could have all kinds of things available to them in a few seconds, entertainment in particular. Thus, there is little room for … Continue reading

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Is YouTube some form of an Apocalypse?

For many content creators that made a living from E-commerce selling ideas and more on YouTube, the kind of things, deplatforming and demonetizing YouTube is doing recently is no short of an apocalypse. In Revelation 13:16, 17. And the second … Continue reading

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Should we blame those that post or those that act upon reading/seeing the posts

People make decisions in life being influenced by a wide variety of factors. In modern days, TV was a major factor as the old Depeche Mode song well said it “Let me see you make decisions, without your television”. Whereas, … Continue reading

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E-commerce, distributed payment systems and “magical internet money” – Ed Gotham

“money is a matter of functions four, a medium, a measure, a standard, a store” Alfred Milnes (1844 – 1916) What is money?  At present, by most economic standards, BTC holds up quite poorly as a form of money.  It … Continue reading

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Business and Ethics

Although the event that took place on United where the crew had a passenger being dragged out of the plane for the simple reason of not willing to give up his seat it’s abhorring and should never happen, it could … Continue reading

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Why authors should read more

Many authors are quite creative and may not need to read much when it comes to getting ideas and perspectives for their own writing. However, there’s always a good reason they should read more than the average individual. One reason … Continue reading

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Taiwan’s Social Safety Net is the Street Market

Free-marketers are often ridiculed for suggesting the welfare state can be substantially replaced by free enterprise: not sure what to call those which even dare  suggest that able-bodied adults would be better off with more invigorating freedom instead of a debilitating dole. The Case … Continue reading

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