A sexual adventure time five

   “These 5 sexy books changed my life, and being a narcissist, I assume they will change yours, too. Read on if you’re interested in: being a slut in the 90s, consensual adultery, sucking at feminism, being a literal whore, or all of the above. By Karley Sciortino.

1. Sex and the City, by Candace Bushnell (1997)

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OK so some people still don’t realize that the show Sex and the City was based on a sex column written by Candace Bushnell (pictured above, and in the post’s main image—so hot). If you’re one of these people, you should be ashamed of yourself! The column, of the same name, was written in the mid 90s for theObserver, and was literally the best thing ever. The first couple seasons of the show actually follow the column pretty closely, except the column is a bit darker—it tells the harsh, unfiltered truth of dating, working and fucking in New York in the 90s, and creates a really amazing portrait of the city during that time for a certain type of New Yorker (rich people, socialites and the intellectual class, basically).This book, published in 1997, is a collection of all the columns, and I’ve read it like literally ten times.

2. Bad Feminist, byRoxane Gay (2014)

Damn, such a good title. Pissed I didn’t think of it myself (although Slutever is a pretty baller name too TBH). Bad Feminist is a series of super funny and insightful essays by Roxanne Gay. It’s not exactly about sex, explicitly, but a large portion of it is about sexuality, as well as gender, race, Gay’s experience as a woman of color, and her commentary on the state of feminism today—and how we all feel like a bad feminist sometimes. Here’s a short excerpt that I love (and relate to):
“Pink is my favorite color. I used to say my favorite color was black to be cool, but it is pink—all shades of pink. If I have an accessory, it is probably pink. I read Vogue, and I’m not doing it ironically, though it might seem that way. I once live-tweeted the September issue.”

3. Thy Neighbor’s Wife, by Gay Talese (1981)

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Token male author in the list! Lol JK, I love this book. And I love Gay Talese—he’s so chic, I wish he was my husband. Thy Neighbor’s Wife  looks at sexuality in America after World War II through the 1970s, talking about free love, liberated pre-AIDS sexual morality, and the story of how Talese was literally banging his neighbor’s wife for months at a clothing-optional resort lol.

4. Real Live Nude Girl: Chronicles of Sex-Positive Culture, by Carol Queen (1997)

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This book was recommended to me by the legendary porn star and sex educator Nina Hartley, citing it as one of the most enlightening books on sexuality that she’s ever read—so that’s a pretty heavy recommendation.Real Live Nude Girl (1997) was written by Dr. Carol Queen, a  sociologist, sexologist and self-described whore. One of my fave chapters is a letter from Queen to her mom, telling her that she’s a sex worker—it’s hilarious. Queen also writes about the erotic bliss of being spanked, performing in a red-light district peep show, sex clubs, lobbying for the pro-pornography platform, and lots of other pro-sex stuff 🙂

5. The Happy Hooker, by Xaviera Hollander (1971)

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This book makes the perfect gift for the slut in your friend group. The Happy Hooker was written in 1971 by the amazing writer and sex worker Xaviera Hollander. The book is Hollander’s memoir, and talks in amazing and hysterical detail about everything from her first sexual experiences, to becoming one of New York’s highest paid prostitutes, to eventually becoming the madam of New York’s most upscale brothel… until she was eventually deported from the USA on the grounds of “moral turpitude” (tragic). Hollander also wrote a famous advice column for Penthouse magazine called Call Me Madam, which ran for 30 years. The Happy Hooker is considered a landmark of sex-positive writing.”

#amazom
#candace
#hooker
#penthouse
#playboy

Win with good business ethics

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“Just in case you’re ever tempted to try a few black-hat practices to manipulate your search positions in Google, here are 12 tales to persuade you otherwise.
Whether using cloaking, unnatural paid-for links, doorway pages, spam or hidden links, Google is swift and brutal with a manual penalty. Even if the transgression isn’t necessarily your own fault.
In fact for some of the following well-known brands, they’re merely guilty of not paying enough attention or not being educated enough when it comes to what Google cracks down on.
There’s some great advice here about what to do when hit with a manual penalty, but for now, let’s check out the circumstances of 12 high profile cases and the damage meted out by the penalty.
For more information, you can check out the full infographic and blog post from Digital Third Coast.
Please note: the following ‘present-day’ traffic loss predictions were calculated using SimilarWeb’s data by Digital Third Coast.

The Washington Post

In October 2007, The Washington Post was caught selling links on their blog without adhering to Google’s best practice when included paid-for links. The paper’s PageRank value dropped from PR7 to PR5 and was likely restored after a couple of months.
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Today this penalty would lead to a potential loss of traffic of around 76.4 million.

WordPress

In March 2005, WordPress was penalised for the use of doorway pages. These are webpages used for spamming a search engine by creating multiple pages for specific high-value phrases but they just send visitors to the same destination.
WordPress hosted 168,000 articles about high-cost advertising keywords, written by a third-party, and were penalised by Google for two days. During this period, WordPress didn’t rank for its own name and its PageRank was reduced to zero.
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Today this penalty would lead to a potential loss of traffic of around 10.08 million.

BBC

In March 2013, the BBC was penalised for unnatural links on a single page, although the details haven’t been confirmed. Rumour suggests it wasn’t the BBC’s fault, rather a RSS feed scraper. The page was downgraded by Google in rankings.
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Today this penalty would lead to a potential loss of traffic of around 3.52 million for one day.

BMW

In February 2006, BMW was caught manipulating search results for the term ‘used car’ by redirecting searchers to the regular BMW company page when they clicked through.
For this, the site was completely removed from search results for three days.
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Today this penalty would lead to a potential loss of traffic of around 71,600.

Mozilla

In April 2013, Mozilla was penalised for hosting a webpage with 12mb of spam from 21,169 user comments. This isn’t Mozilla’s fault, but it’s a lesson to us all to make sure any user generated content in comment sections is cleaned up.
The page was downgraded in rankings, and Mozilla ended up removing the offending page all together.
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Today this penalty would lead to a potential loss of traffic of around 1.25 million for one day.

Genius

Back when Genius was known as Rap Genius, the company was very publicly penalised by Google for asking bloggers to provide lyrics in exchange for unnatural links promotion.
This led to a 10 day ban, where Rap Genius didn’t rank for its own name and suffered a drop in PageRank.
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Today this penalty would lead to a potential loss of traffic of around 3.8 million.

eBay

This one is a little mysterious, as neither eBay nor Google has confirmed the details, but in 2014 the company received a manual penalty and an unspecified drop in rankings.
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Today this penalty would lead to a potential loss of traffic of around 6.11 million for one day.Today this penalty would lead to a potential loss of traffic of around 71,600.

Mozilla

In April 2013, Mozilla was penalised for hosting a webpage with 12mb of spam from 21,169 user comments. This isn’t Mozilla’s fault, but it’s a lesson to us all to make sure any user generated content in comment sections is cleaned up.
The page was downgraded in rankings, and Mozilla ended up removing the offending page all together.
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Today this penalty would lead to a potential loss of traffic of around 1.25 million for one day.

Genius

Back when Genius was known as Rap Genius, the company was very publicly penalised by Google for asking bloggers to provide lyrics in exchange for unnatural links promotion.
This led to a 10 day ban, where Rap Genius didn’t rank for its own name and suffered a drop in PageRank.
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Today this penalty would lead to a potential loss of traffic of around 3.8 million.

eBay

This one is a little mysterious, as neither eBay nor Google has confirmed the details, but in 2014 the company received a manual penalty and an unspecified drop in rankings.
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Today this penalty would lead to a potential loss of traffic of around 6.11 million for one day.”

#ethics
#law
#judgement
#rules
#penalty
#breakthelaw
#traffic
#sites

Life in a digital world!

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Nurcin Erdogan Loeffler, head of strategy and innovation, Vizeum China, outlines the seven ways businesses can future proof their digital strategies.
With more than two years in China and a background in strategy, Nurcin Erdogan Loeffler shared her thoughts on future proofing a business strategy with the audience at ClickZ Live Shanghai.
While the future for many of us is seen as something unpredictable and scary, the definition on Wikipedia is quite simple: “The Future” is the time after the present.
But what does that actually mean?
“When we look at the reality, especially in our industry, the future is now. We are already used to seeing science fiction as science fact,” says Erdogan Loeffler.
To understand the three stages of time, Erdogan Loeffler quoted from Steve Case’s book: The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the Future.
The first wave: The first wave is the past. This was a period of infrastructure building to bring the technology to the people. Think Microsoft and Cisco.
The second wave: The second wave is the present. This is about the software. “It’s about all those smart kids in their parents garages with a good idea that changed the world. It was about being agile, disruptive and empowering,” says Erdogan Loeffler.
The third wave: The third wave is the future which is already here. This will not be disruptive but constructive, says Erdogan Loeffler. “It will be different in terms of changing the world in terms of partnering up and growing further with existing partners.”
The futurist Gerd Leonhard, sums up how “change” itself will be disrupted in the future in this short video.
Digital transformation: are you ready for exponential change? Futurist Gerd Leonhard, TFAStudios
Here are Erdogan Loeffler’s seven tips for future proofing your business strategy.

1. Don’t have a digital strategy

It is very important at this moment in time where we are speaking about where we are in the future, that having a digital strategy doesn’t make sense, says Erdogan Loeffler.
Having a business strategy that is built for the digital world on the other hand, is the future.
At the World Economic Forum in 2015, Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google (now Alphabet), caused a stir when he said the Internet would disappear.
“What he really meant is the Internet will become like air. The Internet will become everywhere. Today, when we talk about digital, we see it as medium, as a part of our marketing mix. But tomorrow, CEOs will become the head of digital… or vice versa,” says Erdogan Loeffler.
Once we start to accept that digital will be everywhere we will start to understand why it is not relevant to have a digital strategy.
“Having a digital strategy will be as absurd as having an electricity-enabled fridge. The Internet of things is almost over. The Internet of everywhere will become a reality very soon,” she adds.

2. People and their needs FIRST

Another of Erdogan Loeffler’s favorite writers is James Harris and his book, Think More Analogue, Be More Digital. In it, Harris underlines five global human needs that drive all digital behavior.
These are:
  • Distraction
  • Learning
  • Recognition
  • Relationships
  • Progression
To confirm whether China fits into this global stereotype, Vizeum looked at annual Chinese consumer research involving the surveying of 70,000 people across the country. And the China results are not so dissimilar to global digital behavior.
The top three reasons for spending time online for Chinese consumers are:
  • They want to be kept updated with trends (64.4%)
  • It’s a good source of learning (61%)
  • It puts me in a good mood (60%)
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*Source: Vizeum / CCS 2015
The big difference however is that the sophisticated Chinese consumer has one key motivation – to stand out.
  • Almost 50% of Chinese adults what to stand out as an individual.
  • Almost 50% like to buy products that stand out as being different.
  • 80% of millennials believe that to be successful it is worth expressing my true opinion in front of others.
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“What is important for future proofing your business strategy, is that behind every device is a human. They don’t really remember what you are saying or what you are doing. They only remember how you make them feel. So emotional connections will always mean a better return on investment,” says Erdogan Loeffler.

3. Turn data into actionable insights

Data is like a jungle – it’s dangerous and it’s so big you can get lost in it, says Erdogan Loeffler.
“And unless you know your route and which animal you want to hunt, you have to be very careful or data can hunt you.”
Data is only meaningful when it can really be used and leveraged as an actionable human insight, she says.
Here’s a case study of how Vizeum worked with Marina Bay Sands to close the loop within the digital network.
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4. Content is the king

In 1996, Bill Gates first used the slogan, “Content is King” and it’s a strategy still being used today – 20 years on.
Erdogan Loeffler says the global rule for creating content that works is content that:
  • Lets you love
  • Makes you cry
  • Stimulates some desire
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*Source: Vizeum
Here’s how SK-II’s emotional “left over women” campaign brought many viewers in China to tears.
Good content, inspired by good insight always works, she says.

5. Context is the queen

Every king needs a queen.
“It’s not enough to have great content – it needs to deliver the right message to the right person, in the right medium at the right place and the right time – and this is what we call context marketing,” says Erdogan Loeffler.
With the average attention span of a person now at about three seconds, advertisers have a small window to ‘catch’ the consumer. Therefore, it’s very important to have the right content mixed and married with the right context, she says.
Here’s how Vizeum worked with BBC Earth to launch in Asia, using behavioral and contextual data.
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6. Watch your body language

A large part of human interaction is non-verbal – 60%. And it’s no different for brand marketing, says Erdogan Loeffler.
“As brands we are saying we are amazing but behind that are you lying? Through social media the consumer can really understand a brand’s body language.”
She cites KLM’s brilliant use of ‘body language’ through its digital customer service channels.
“KLM is openly talking. It creates a profile beyond the brand, being helpful, being reactive. Ask them a question and within one hour they will reply.”
(Read a case study on KLM’s use of WeChat for customer service in China here.)

7. Close the loop (or somebody else will close it for you)

In China, ecommerce, social commerce, m-commerce and brand commerce are well established.
Path to purchase used to be quite simple whereas now it’s quite complicated, says Erdogan Loeffler. Gone are the days of a direct route, today’s marketer never knows when the transaction will happen so it’s important that every interaction has the potential to close the loop.
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Concluding her presentation, Erdogan Loeffler left the audience with one final piece of advice.
“I believe all of theses points are very important but one key takeaway is to remember that people are not cookies or devices or audiences or consumers. People are people.”

#digital
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#internet
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#fiber

Another billion to chip off of for fun

   “I spent millions of dollars on drinking, taking drugs and running around with wh**es. I lost all respect for money and for the blood, sweat and treasure I had expended to acquire it. I was acting big. In a single decade I got through more than a hundred million dollars living high on the hog. At one time, there were no less than fourteen ‘mistresses’ depending on a regular stipend from my personal bank account. A single evening’s entertainment could come to thirty or forty thousand in the Big Apple,London or Hong Kong. There was nothing I could not do – I was king of the world. Acting big.

According to wiki he was worth £750M, so almost a billionaire in dollars. 
Other sites estimate his net worth at $300M.
You have a magnitude of what a man with that kind of net worth could spend on a “simple” day.
If you read the book, which I highly recommend, he redeems himself after a heart attack.
So, as for the question: of course, it depends. 
Many other billionaires live more frugal.
You could have guys with $10k in net worth spending >$100 for an evening’s entertainment, like you could have guys with $500k in net worth that don’t see the point in spending more than $20 for an evening’s entertainment because they value the money:”

#billions
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#mutualfunds
#hedgefunds

Puerto Rican light change

   “Earlier this week, a fire at a power plant in Puerto Rico set off a series of failures across the island’s aging electrical grid. These before-and-after pics from space show what it looks like when 1.5 million customers suddenly lose power.

These nighttime satellite images were captured by the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) on the Suomi NPP satellite. The “before” pic was taken the day before the blackout, on September 21st at 2:50 am, and the “after” pic was taken on September 22nd at 2:31 am. The ocean surface looks brighter in the second image due to different angles of moonlight on the water.

The Puerto Rico night on September 21. (Credit: Jesse Allen, using VIIRS day-night band data from the Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership provided by Miguel Roman (NASA/GSFC))

Puerto Rico during the first night of blackouts on September 22. (Credit: Jesse Allen, using VIIRS day-night band data from the Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership provided by Miguel Roman (NASA/GSFC))

The fire at the Aguirre power plantoccurred after a power switch overheated, causing a 2,000 gallon (8,000 liter) mineral oil tank to explode. This triggered a fire across a three-acre area. The resulting blackout caused widespread losses of water and air conditioning, as well as school closures. A state of emergency has been declared in Puerto Rico, and the island’s 3.5 million inhabitants just faced their second night of darkness. As of yesterday, only about 20 percent of the 1.5 million homes and business had gotten power back. A pair of 230,000-volt transmission lines failed for reasons unknown, which further complicates the situation.
It’s not clear when full power will be restored, or how much damage the fire caused. It’s also unclear as to where the Electric Power Authority will acquire the funds needed to repair and buy new equipment. Puerto Rico is currently in the midst of a decade-long economic slump, and its power company is dealing with $9 billion worth of debt and an onslaught of corruption allegations.”

#poweroutage
#puertorico
#powergrid
#solarpower
#energy
#greenhouse
#gases

The workout for your health

   “For months now, I’ve had a bunch of images saved in a Google Doc dedicated to potential Pictorial odds and ends. It’s a pile of stock photos of women doing aerobics, circa the early 1990s. Every couple of weeks, I look at these photos, hoping inspiration will strike and I’ll figure out what to say about them. But I’m not sure there’s anything to say other than, uh, get a load of these fucking photos.

There are so many of these photos on Getty Images. You see the first one and you think, oh, check out those outfits! That hair! Those scrunchies!

Photo via Getty Images, MIKE POWELL/ALLSPORT.

But then you notice the second…

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And the third…

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And suddenly the sheer volume renders them bewildering.

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Deeply mysterious, even.

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They’re all credited to the same photographer, a Mike Powell. Several of them are dated November 1994.

Photo via Getty Images, MIKE POWELL/ALLSPORT.

Most of them appear to take place in this one specific room with bright red padding and feature an overlapping cast of models. As you can see our friend in the pink pants appears in all three shots, and the woman in the metallic teal sports appears in two. In fact the images are so similar that, as you can see, you can pair up three of them and if you don’t stare closely, it looks like one large mural.

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Not sure but I think the image on the left is of the same space, though from a different angle. It’s definitely another Mike Powell shot.

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This is definitely the same bunch from a different angle. Note Pink and Teal again.

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Some of them take place elsewhere, however. Please note the thong-over-pants look.

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And from the back!

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Somewhere, in a loft space in Manhattan without a door, these women are still doing aerobics, sweating to the very same music, without having aged a day.”
#photos
#women
#aerobics
#inspiration 
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#Manhattan

A past memory

   “Some pictures leave a lasting impression, these historical photos will shock, awe, and amuse you.

Led Zeppelin Arrives In The U.S.

In 1974, Led Zeppelin arrived in the United States.They hated flying, so their label rented a private plane.”

“Even Elvis didn’t look picture perfect all the time without some help. The star got his hair cut and styled at a Memphis barbershop in 1956.”

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   “Queenie was a pop-culture sensation at the time and was known for all kinds of tricks – including waterskiing.”

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   “A Marine Sergeant named Frank Praytor holds a kitten who was left by her mother after warfare explosions. Praytor named his cat Miss Hap.”

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# Led Zeppelin
# Elvis
#barbershop
#Queenie
#tricks
#waterskiing
# Marine
#cat Miss Hap
#Frank Praytor

Rich kids on the block

   “It can’t be made sure about who is the richest, but you can know top few teenager who holds a lot of value.

#10 – Jaylen Bledsoe ($3.5 Million)
There are only two entrepreneurs on our list, as the other kids either have very wealthy parents or are in the entertainment industry. The first entrepreneur is Jaylen Bledsoe, who started Bledsoe Technologies when he was only 13 years old. He became a millionaire within just two years of launching his company. Bledsoe Technologies specializes in both information technology and graphic design, and expanded quickly with over 100 people hired in the first 24 months.
Now that Bledsoe is a millionaire, he has started to invest in some other business ventures and has even opened up a couple more of his own companies. Bledsoe is still just a teenager and it looks like the sky is the limit. To make some cash on the side, Bledsoe is touring from city to city and giving motivational speeches to other teens that are in need of some direction. Bledsoe is a great example of why you should pursue your dreams, no matter what your age.
#9 – Rico Rodriguez ($4 Million)
Rico Rodriguez started acting at a very young age, but he only played minor roles until he landed a gig on a TV show that would end up becoming a smash hit, “Modern Family”. The sitcom has been a huge success for ABC, and Rico is a big part of that success as he gives “Modern Family” an even broader appeal.
Rodriguez has earned $4 million as an actor, and most of that wealth came from “Modern Family”. His net worth is about to get even larger as Rico will be the star of a movie called “El Americano” that comes out later this year. If Rico keeps this up, he could easily end up as the face of comedy about a decade or so down the road.
#8 – Elle Fanning ($5 Million)
Elle Fanning is the younger sister of fellow actress Dakota Fanning, who has appeared in many major films over her long career. Elle just turned 17 in April of 2015, so she’s still technically a kid for another year. Elle started her acting career as a toddler when she played the role of the younger version of her sister in “I Am Sam”. Throughout her childhood, Elle got loss work than her sister, but she’s still had a lot of success.
Some of the more notable films that Elle has been a part of include “Babel”, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”, and “Maleficent”. Elle has acted in nine movies that are still being edited and are scheduled to be released over the course of the next two years. It looks like the Fanning sisters are here to stay.
#7 – Jaden Smith ($8 Million)
Jaden Smith is both a child actor and a child of millionaires. He is the son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith. Jaden is only 16 years old, but he’s been in the film industry for nearly a decade now. He got his start in “The Pursuit of Happyness” alongside his father. Jaden has also gotten into the music industry, mostly in rap.
Jaden has only been in a handful of films, but he played major roles in all of them. His other movies include: “The Day the Earth Stood Still”, “The Karate Kid”, and “After Earth”. The latter of the three didn’t do so well at the box office, mainly because a lot of people felt like Jaden was being forced down our throats by his dad. Oh well, the kid probably isn’t bothered too much by peoples opinions since he’s worth $8 million.
#6 – Abigail Breslin ($12 Million)
Abigail Breslin is still in her teens, and her acting career has already been longer than most actors in Hollywood. Breslin started out making commercials and landed her first big role in the film “Signs” with Mel Gibson. Breslin has landed steady work ever since and has appeared in hit movies such as “Little Miss Sunshine” and “Zombieland”. Her talent in “Little Miss Sunshine” even earned her an Academy Award nomination.
It’s highly possible that we will see Breslin in the richest actresses list down the road, but it may be a little early to tell for certain. She recently played the starring roles in the films “Maggie” and “Final Girl”, both of which will soon be released. Breslin will also be starring in the upcoming television show, “Scream Queens”.
#5 – Valentina Paloma Pinault ($12 Million)
Valentina Paloma Pinault is the daughter of the famous actress, Salma Hayek, and corporate executive, Francois Henri Pinault. While Valentina’s net worth is only listed at $12 million, she is in line to inherit a lot more than that from her wealthy parents. There is no known trust fund for Valentina, so her only known asset is a $12 million home that was placed in her name. If that seems like a big deal for a 7 year old, just wait until you learn about what her parents are worth.
Salma Hayek has a net worth of $85 million from her long and successful acting career. But Hayek’s $85 million is nothing compared to her Pinault’s fortune, as he is estimated to be worth $15 billion. He is the current Chairman of Kering in France, and serves as a board member for two other companies. There is no doubt that little Valentina will do just fine when she grow up, even if she decides to never work a day in her life.
#4 – Nick D’aloisio ($30 Million)
The other entrepreneur on our list is Nick D’aloisio, who checks in with a net worth of $30 million. D’aloisio is one of the youngest self-made millionaires of all time. In 2012, D’aloisio created Summly, an app that summarizes news articles and condenses them down into much smaller reads. With the app, users can easily stay up-to-date with current news and events.
Apple named Summly the best app of 2012, which boosted even more revenue with eyes turning to D’aloisio for his incredible invention. D’aloisio later sold the app to Yahoo! for $30 million to focus on completing his schooling. You can now find the millionaire at King’s College in the United Kingdom where he continues to work for Yahoo! as a manager. We presume that Yahoo! will offer D’aloisio a much larger role within the company after he graduates.
#3 – Dannielynn Hope Marshall Birkhead ($59 Million)
Dannielynn is the daughter of the late Anna Nicole Smith, who had $10 million in net worth when she passed away. As the heiress to her mother’s wealth, Dannielynn received all of it, and was able to get nearly $49 million more in another lawsuit on her mother’s behalf.
While Anna Nicole Smith was alive, she was married to J. Howard Marshall, who was a billionaire in the oil industry and 63 years her senior. When Marshall passed away shortly after their marriage, Smith got into a legal battle over Marshall’s estate with his family, who considered her to be a gold digger. Although Smith did not win Marshall’s entire net worth, she was awarded enough to set aside for Dannielynn. Marshall’s estate will leave $49 million for Dannielynn, enough money to last her entire life.
#2 – Knox & Vivienne Jolie Pitt ($67.5 Million)
Knox and Vivienne are the twins of Hollywood stars Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. The couple has adopted quite a few children over the years, but Knox and Vivienne are rumored to have the biggest financial futures out of all of their siblings. With parents who are among the highest earners in the money-packed entertainment industry, the twins have a large trust fund set up, and they even had a part in establishing it.
When the twins were born, the paparazzi was biting tooth and nail to see what the newborns looked like. The couple sold pictures of the twins to People Magazine, which brought in a lot of money that Angelina and Brad put aside for the twins future. Paying millions for baby pictures sounds strange since no one really cares to see peoples babies on Facebook. Brangelina’s babies are the exception to that rule.
#1 – Prince George Alexander Louis ($1 Billion)
Prince George Alexander Louis is not even two years old and he’s already a billionaire. That’s because George Alexander is the son of Prince William and Kate Middleton. George Alexander is third in line to the throne in the United Kingdom, and being a royal obviously has its perks.
The Crown Estate is set in place for those who are in line to the throne and that alone will give Prince George Alexander more than $5 billion in property assets. He will also receive $400 million per year in other assets to make sure that he is well taken care of over the course of his life. There will be a lot of pressure on the billionaire baby as he grows up in front of the public’s eye, so we’ll see if he handles it as well as his father did.”

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