This will bring the internet lifestyle to a new level

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Newsletter #105
January 15, 2017

Internet marketing is popular because of the lifestyle it allows you to live.

You don’t have to commute to a fixed place of work every day because everything happens online.

Instead, you can run your business from anywhere in the world – from home, the cafe, even while you’re on holiday at a tropical beach! All you need is a laptop and an internet connection.

Soon, you won’t even need the laptop.

I’m not talking about running your business off of your smartphone. That would get tedious.

I’m talking about a new innovation that’s actually smaller than a smartphone. It’s called the Intel Compute Card and it has a motherboard, memory, storage, wi-fi radio and run by the latest Kaby Lake processor.

Intel Compute Card

What does it do? Basically, it has the whole innards of a computer but it fits in the palm of your hand.

All you need to do is plug it into anything with a screen, such as a smart TV, a desktop computer or even a smart fridge. Then, you’ll have access to all your files as well as your operating system and your settings.

You get the best of both worlds – the portability of a smartphone and the favorableness of a desktop computer.

To learn more about the Intel Compute Card, take a look at this recent article by Alex Cranz for Gizmodo.

This innovation is going to increase a lot of people’s interest in running a location independent business thanks to internet marketing.

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Quotation of the Day

“The size of the thing could also make it easy for people who split their work between a home computer and work computer. Instead of lugging home a 2-plus pound laptop you can just pop the Compute Card out of one dock, take it home, and pop it into another, with all your files, processes, and settings remaining unchanged.”

– Alex Cranz


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