Every YouTuber under the sun these days seems to have a new book under their predominately digital arms. It’s a big deal. Many of the top bloggers have millions of fans, and the only return from that is what YouTube gives them from ad revenue.
To dial it back a few years for those who aren’t up to speed – YouTube is a massively popular platform for uploading videos, and there are now a lot of people who upload videos to it full-time, and get paid pretty handsomely for it.
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Pocket is a new application that makes saving content between devices as easy as possible. I say new, but the app was formerly Read It Later, which did exactly the same, but was paid content. Pocket is free.
The big appeal for products like this is that the majority of the time, they are used in the background. For the past week, I have been saving articles that appear on my Twitter whilst I’m in lectures, at home and working or otherwise when I just don’t have time to read them. I’ll usually then read them when I’m on the bus home or have some free time.
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