Gamers playing the massive online game "GTA V Online" can make a lot of money playing the massive multiplayer title based on a variety of tips and tricks.
The most popular ways to make money on "GTA V Online" include holding armored car and ATM robberies, embarking on easy $100,000 missions, doing Infinite Ammu-nation robberies, and using Infinite Money codes on unpatched games.
As soon as players see a blue dot on the map representing an armored car, they can immediately stage a robbery to make easy money. With a parked armored car, users can shoot the person walking towards it holding a briefcase to immediately make $5,000, or they can opt to break open the vehicle's back doors by either driving it to a body of water, or planting sticky bombs to blow the back doors open. more >>
In his new book, Intentional Living: Choosing a Life that Matters, released on Tuesday, leadership expert John Maxwell describes a journey into a life of significance that will gut you, overwhelm you and inspire you all at the same time through truths that are so intentional, they could also possibly hurt you if you have been stuck in a rut with your life for a while.
And when I say hurt, I mean that in a good way.
It's the kind of hurt that you might feel after looking at the results from taking stock of your life, which the book asks you to do. If you discover that your life hasn't been very significant up to this point, chances are that might hurt. more >>
NEW YORK — Leadership expert John Maxwell has a dream. He dreams America's next president would have no strings attached except to the American people and would only be in the White House for a single term. "Wouldn't it be refreshing," he says.
Maxwell who has trained more than five million leaders across the world through his EQUIP organization since 2013, thinks perhaps this time around the candidates vying for the seat in the Oval Office in 2016 would be driven less by ambition than a desire to serve.
"I think the problem is too many of them are in the race for themselves. I think the problem is that we don't have servant leaders. I think we have people who are ambitious. That we have people who want power and we have people who want fame, and I think that those are all wrong pursuits of a person that wants to be a leader," he says. more >>
World-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma was recently featured on the "Late Show" with Stephen Colbert performing Camille Saint-Saëns' "The Swan." The melody was an auditory feast.
The Grammy-award winning, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient played the classic piece alongside Jon Batiste and his band Stay Human, who serve as the house band for the "Late Show."
In a television program long known for it's over-the-top interviews, comedy routines, and sometimes profane content, Ma and Stay Human brought relaxed and sophisticated euphony to the evening's events as part of a web exclusive. more >>
Microsoft is gearing up to kick off its big hardware launch event titled #Windows10Devices in New York on Tuesday, with announcements of the event's live streaming appearing online.
Microsoft is expected to officially unveil several of its new devices, including its two new Windows 10 flagships, the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, as well as the new Surface Pro 4 on October 6, Tuesday at its #Windows10Devices launch in New York.
While Microsoft initially sent out invitations to the media and VIP guests, fans looking to view the new devices as they are unveiled can watch it via live streaming online, with a schedule for start times posted at Timeanddate.com. more >>
While thousands of New Yorkers lined up for blocks to welcome the first stand-alone Chick-fil-A in the city, protesters sought to use the restaurant's Saturday grand opening to make cultural statements about sexual issues and animal rights.
Gothamist, a daily weblog covering the city, reported on demonstrators that included LGBT opponents of Chick-fil-A, Christian counter-protestors, and animal rights activists who descended on the packed restaurant.