Imagine that you’re a girl invited to the birthday party of a boy you’ve never met before. As soon as he lays eyes on you, he walks up and the first words out of his mouth are, “I think a lot about electric cars. Do you think about electric cars?”
Take a high school geek obsessed with rockets, solar power and colonizing other planets, brought up in a family and country where risk and adventure was a way of life, and you have Elon Musk – the ultimate nerd and adventurer. He’s Steve Jobs, Sheldon Cooper and Tony Stark, all rolled into one.
Elon Musk’s Early Life
An awkward bookworm and know-it-all as a child, Musk spent a miserable, friendless childhood being bullied in school and having the joy sucked out of his life by an unhappy father, at home.
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I see many Pinners using their image’s alt text to generate their Pinterest description. In this video, I’ll show you why this mistake is hurting your usability and SEO, and what to do instead.
Many Pinners use their image’s alt text to generate their Pinterest description. But, the primary purpose of alt text is to describe the photo to visually impaired users, so doing this can harm your website’s usability and search engine optimization (SEO).
I was watching this video by my mentor, Vick Strizheus, where he discusses the 3 Keys To Engineering Success, and I realised that these keys can actually be distilled into 7 pillars for affiliate marketing success.
So I transcribed parts of Vick’s video below and created an infographic that you can easily comprehend, whether you sell someone else’s or your own products.
Those were the immortal words that Neil Armstrong spoke when he landed the lunar module on the surface of the moon on July 20, 1969, at 20:17 UTC.
I was born in 1970, into a world where humans had already landed on the moon. So I never saw the moon landing till years later, when they replayed parts of it on television and I was old enough to understand what it meant.
Then, I watched the movie, First Man, in which Ryan Gosling stars as Neil Armstrong. This Steven Spielberg-produced movie spans eight years from Armstrong’s early work as a naval aviator and test pilot leading up to the historic Apollo 11 mission.
As a sci-fi junkie and movie buff, I loved the movie, and there were a few things that became apparent as it played.