Introducing the Changelog

What I love about updating an APP on my phone or computer, or visiting a website, is learning about their latest Technical Changes, usually listed within the ‘Changelog’.

This was also going to be implemented back in August, since Premium23.com received a HUGE overhaul, and 2 REALLY big fixes.

But I personally love logging this stuff, and seeing the progress of a website/app/whatever. So let’s begin

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Plyos, Russia – A Provincial Town For Art & Relaxation

Just like yourself, I had no idea what Plyos was, or why someone would go there. It is almost in the middle of nowhere in Russia, and has a very small population of about 2300 (according to wikipedia).

What you get to see in Plyos, is a beautifully scenic town by the river… old-Russian style.

About 120 years ago, a Russian painter from Moscow, Isaac Levitan, came across the hills of this town, and decided to start painting it all.

Upon displaying and selling his paintings back in Moscow, Isaac Levitan became incredibly famous, and the town of Plyos became a ‘Dacha’ or Cottage resort town.

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The Ancient Russian City of Suzdal

In 1864, local merchants failed to convince the town to build the trans-siberian railway through it.

Thus the town remained a religious backwater village, and was bypassed completely by the industrialization of the 20th century.

The beauty of the town is in its reminder of an older time in Russian history, with its magnificent churches, and many wooden houses.

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33 MORE AWESOME USSR/Communist Propaganda Posters

While exploring Moscow, I stumbled upon these amazing posters from mid-century USSR / Communist Russia.

These came from a time, when the media was completely controlled by the government. Thus they could shape, direct, and force the minds of millions of people in any direction they wanted.

Thus, one day the USSR is friends with Nazi Germany, and the next, they are bloody, savage, and ruthless enemies.

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The Most Difficult City To Visit In Europe: Minsk Photos

“Minsk, The Most Difficult City To Visit In Europe” is actually the title of a Minsk vlog review I posted back in October of 2016.

I stayed in Minsk for a total of 3 weeks in 2016 (1 week, then 2 additional weeks), and decided that it was an awesome city to visit… if you could get in.

For many years, the Visa process for many people was a headache, which prevented extensive amounts of income from tourism.

As an interesting side note, Minsk was COMPLETELY destroyed by the German army in World War 2.

Thus, everything you see in these photos, was built after the war.

A lot of Minsk was re-built by prisoners of war as well.

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33 Translated World War 2 USSR/Communist Propaganda Posters

While wandering around Yekaterinburg, Russia – Home of Russia’s First President, there was a fun exhibit on the streets, featuring Communist propaganda against the Nazi’s in World War 2.

Since I loved playing WW2 video games as a kid, and watching a good WW2 about the epic Eastern Front (Russians vs. Germans), I was quite excited to share these Translated World War 2 USSR/Communist Propaganda Posters.

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How To Create a Fast, Secure & Scalable Website For Adwords & Internet Marketing

I get a lot of questions in regards to landing pages for Adwords marketing.

While many of you are affiliates, many more of you are very broad internet marketers and potentially small to medium business agencies looking to develop a legitimate presence on the internet.

Some of you simply want to create a legitimate website for a new series of offers to promote, such as, Lawyers, Dentists, Home Services, or even a General-purpose site.

As such, it was only a matter of time before I finally got my shit together, and made this video for you, on how to make your own website!

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