A Quick News Link Round-Up For PSOs

File this under “Predictable”… As promised, NiteFlirt has (finally) restored Featured Listings, a pay-per-click marketing option that allows you to bid to promote your eligible listings in top spots on NiteFlirt and 1-800-TO-FLIRT; great upset continues.

For those of you looking to make the most of Featured Listings and bidding at NiteFlirt, I’ve got a whitepaper you can purchase at NF here.

What’s The Deal With Phone Sex? continues with part two — interviews with three different men who use phone sex services.

A Psychological Study Reveals That Red Enhances Men’s Attraction to Women (full 2008 study PDF here). Note the following:

In the final study, the shirt of the woman in the photograph, instead of the background, was digitally colored red or blue. In this experiment, men were queried not only about their attraction to the woman, but their intentions regarding dating. One question asked: “Imagine that you are going on a date with this person and have $100 in your wallet. How much money would you be willing to spend on your date?”

Under all of the conditions, the women shown framed by or wearing red were rated significantly more attractive and sexually desirable by men than the exact same women shown with other colors. When wearing red, the woman was also more likely to score an invitation to the prom and to be treated to a more expensive outing.

Interested in accepting Bitcoin as payment for your services? Check out The Bitcoin Bubble and the Future of Currency.

Stop Working (So Hard), an inspiring post that reminds you to work smarter, not harder or longer.

Speaking of working smarter, not harder… Rethinking Productivity.

UPDATE (a few hours later): Scammers are spreading malware on Skype, using malicious code to hijack computers and mine Bitcoins (BTC):

While the bitcoin-miner.exe malware harnesses only the CPU resources, which are much slower than GPUs in BTC mining, the attackers have the benefit of infecting many computers and then chaining them together to mint the digital currency. Unlike legitimate miners, the criminals don’t have to pay the purchase price of the hardware or pay for the electricity to run them.

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