Podcasting is the perfect medium for the digital age. It’s agile and decentralized. It lets the audience listen to what they want, when they want it. It’s available on laptops, tablets, and mobile devices. It demands just a fraction of our attention yet allows us to absorb important (and even life-changing) information as we’re driving or powering through a 10k on the treadmill.

It’s also big business. In fact, it’s a huge industry that’s expected to smash the $1billion barrier by the end of 2021. So how much are the innovative content creators behind podcast’s rapid rise making from their

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Q: Recently, you wrote about an AOL Gold subscription that offers a 30-day trial period for $4.99 a month and then goes to $9.99 a month after that. I am not sure where you found this information but I have been using AOL Gold since it came out and it is still $4.99 a month and includes McAfee Antivirus and McAfee TrueKey for account holders. Is this correct? 

— Joe G., Jensen Beach 

A: Currently, AOL offers four levels of service. 

First is AOL Free Email — mail.aol.com  which is just it’s standard webmail service but with the inclusion

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In early March, the mobile software firm Meitu made headlines as the first public company to put ether (ETH) on its balance sheet along with bitcoin (BTC). Today, it announced another allocation to those two cryptocurrencies.

In its initial announcement, the firm said blockchain could disrupt finance and technology, like “mobile internet has disrupted the PC internet.” It holds a particularly high opinion of Ethereum and could imagine investing in projects or protocols, or even developing Ethereum-based applications. But it’s Meitu’s reasons for investing in bitcoin that actually bear examination.

One of several publicly traded companies to put

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