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The Second Languages Of Every Part Of The World In One Incredible Infographic

The website MoveHub.com is a resource for people looking to move abroad.

They’ve released this eye-opening infographic that shows the second language of every region across the globe. Some are rather predictable, such as Canada’s knowledge of French. 

But others are very telling about the histories of certain regions and how our global story has played out over hundreds of years.

Take a look at what they’ve compiled:


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New Music: Ludacris Feat. Miguel “Good Lovin’”


Ludacris has a treat to offer on Halloween, as the men just want some attention during tough times too. The Atlanta rap veteran debuts the single off his forthcoming Burning Bridges EP in “Good Lovin.” Produced by Da Internz, the song features R&B singer Miguel, as the two men speak to the lady listeners for some wholesome affection.

The Burning Bridges EP arrives in December, while Luda’s oft-delayed Ludaversal album is scheduled for release on March 31.

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New Music: Ludacris Feat. Miguel – “Good Lovin’” (prod. by Da Internz)

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Slack CEO Explains Why He Thinks His 8-Month-Old App Is Now Worth $1.1 Billion

Slack Founder Stewart ButterfieldThere’s been so many billion-dollar startups these days that it’s almost starting to feel routine in tech. 

Slack, an enterprise work collaboration app, is the latest one to join the club. It announced on Friday that it’s raising $120 million at a $1.1 billion valuation.

It’s hard to imagine a company as young as Slack — it launched publicly in February — to be worth more than a billion dollars. But when you’re growing as fast as it is, especially in the enterprise space, anything is possible.

When we asked Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield about it, he agreed his company’s numbers are still small in absolute terms. But the $1.1 billion valuation has more to do with the rapid growth it’s been seeing, and the fact that it hasn’t spent a dime in sales and marketing, he said.

“We still have a long way to grow to justify the valuation,” Butterfield told Business Insider. “But it’s largely on the basis of the trajectory that we’re on, and most of all, because that’s just been happening organically.”

According to Slack, more than 30,000 active teams send over 200 million messages each month. It has more than 73,000 paying customers, and it’s adding $1 million in annual recurring revenue (ARR) every month. At that pace, Slack would surpass $10 million in ARR this year, and become the fastest-ever software-as-a-service (SaaS) company to do so.

For comparison, Butterfield mentioned Workday, a publicly traded enterprise SaaS company that’s now worth $17.8 billion. Butterfield said it’s not an entirely fair comparison, since Slack and Workday are in different businesses, but it took Workday about three years and roughly $30 million in sales and marketing — while losing about $75 million in total — to get to $10 million in ARR.

“We’ve established that people would pay for us. Slack is being valued based on its ability to make money rather than something more speculative,” Butterfield said.

ARR is a commonly used metric among SaaS companies, who charge on a subscription basis. It’s a projection of its annual revenue, based on its total recurring monthly subscription contracts. That means ARR is not the annual revenue you actually recorded, but what you expect to get in the next 12 months, assuming the customer returns to use your service.

Most SaaS companies have enough data to estimate the number of customers returning, and its retention rate usually gives a good idea of what to expect in the future. Butterfield didn’t disclose any of the actual figures, but did say, “retention is near perfect” at Slack.

Butterfield said more new features, like threaded comments and email integration, as well as “favorites” using emojis, will be added in the coming months. But Butterfield agreed there’s still a lot of work to do, and it will all start from sales and marketing.

“To get to the kind of scale that we want, we’re definitely going to have to start investing in marketing,” he said.

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Rosie O’Donnell Raps Lyrics To Nelly’s ‘Nellyville’ On ‘The View’

Is there something spreading throughout the air in Hollywood that’s causing all these actors to publicly broadcast their rapping “talents?” We recently saw Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe recite the tongue twisting lyrics to Blackalicious’ “Alphabet Aerobics” and now comedic actress/talk show host Rosie O’Donnell is displaying hey lyrical chops. On a recent episode of The View, O’Donnell rapped a 30-second verse of Nelly’s Nellyville to promote his upcoming reality program and appearance on the show.

Nelly appeared on The View shortly after to discuss his long career in the rap game, the new season of The Real Husbands of Hollywood and of course his upcoming BET reality show Nellyville, which shares the name of his debut album. Nellyville premieres on Nov. 25 and will run for eight one-hour episodes.

Check out the video above.


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Leonardo DiCaprio Raps “Scenario” By A Tribe Called Quest And Kills It
Watch T.I. And Young Thug Perform “About The Money” On Jimmy Fallon

Spotify Kills the App Finder…

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Spotify has quietly discontinued Spotify Apps, the apps found inside the service’s desktop player.

The change is listed on the Spotify Developer information page. Future versions of Spotify Desktop won’t have an App Finder and all apps will be removed. A specific reason for the change wasn’t given, but it seems like Spotify would rather developers integrate Spotify into outside apps.

Spotify’s mobile, tablet, and web applications are extremely popular. These platforms don’t have an App Finder, so its usefulness was pretty limited.

Popular Spotify Apps include BBC Playlister, Hype Machine, and Soundrop. These apps all have their own standalone apps and websites.


Nina Ulloa covers breaking news, tech, and more. Follow her on Twitter: @nine_u

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New Music: Jagged Edge Feat. Styles P “Getting Over You (Remix)”


A single under So So Def Records doesn’t come without a remix. For R&B quartet Jagged Edge, the Atlanta group drops off an official remix to the song “Getting Over You.” The ballad now features a new look as D-Block and LOX general Styles P opens the tender cut with a guest verse. Listen below and find the original version on Jagged Edge’s newly released J.E. Heartbreak II LP.

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New Music: Jagged Edge Feat. Styles P – “Getting Over You (Remix)”

Previously: Jagged Edge – “Ready”

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