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Use Tableau Desktop 9 to show numbers your way — all for under $25

Show, don’t tell. If you want to garner support, your best bet isn’t to try to talk your way to prove your point. No, your route to success will usually come through a true visualization of your conclusions. A solid graphic representation will bring people to your way of thinking in a way words just can’t. Tableau 9 knows all about the power of the graphic representation. Right now, you can get schooled in one of the most powerful data analysis programs anywhere with this package of Data Visualization with Tableau…

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Scriptwriting program Final Draft 10 got an awesome makeover — get it at 40% off

We’ve all got a script idea rattling around inside our head. You know, the one that would make a gazillion dollars if Hollywood ever made it. And, of course, if you ever actually wrote it. With their unfamiliar formatting and structure, scripts can seem intimidating for the first time screenwriter, which is why learning to use Final Draft is so critical. Bottom line — it’s the scripting program Hollywood uses, including over 90 percent of working film and television producers. And with Final Draft 10 (available now for only $149.99 – 40 percent off from…

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Remake Your Wardrobe With Nordstrom Rack’s Latest Clear the Rack Sale

It’s that time again. Nordstrom Rack has brought back their Clear the Rack sale and it’s full (and I mean FULL) of really incredible deals. Designer clothing, brands you’ve never heard of, everything in clearance an extra 25% off, or a whopping 50% off when it comes to dresses. The one in the picture up there is $15!… Read more… Gizmodo: Visit Site

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Your mom is killing your chances of going viral on Facebook

Unconditional love means unconditional likes. At least, that’s how it works with Chris Aldrich’s mom, who “auto-likes” everything he posts to Facebook. Family pictures? Like! A blog post titled “A New Low in Quantum Mechanics?” Like! Aldrich, who has degrees in electrical and biomedical engineering, mostly publishes about tech and math. Things, he says, his mom does not know or care about. As Aldrich told me during our Skype call: “The reason she likes these posts is, well, because she’s my mom.” Last winter, Aldrich started to suspect these mom-likes…

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