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Martin T.

Martin is a journalist/creative copywriter. For him, writing is about satisfying curiosity, and tech blogs are the best place to meet curious people. He’s also a self-proclaimed info junkie, amateur guitar player, and lover of all things internet.

Lemos Viajantes: Travel the World Without Breaking the Bank 
Lemos Viajantes: Travel the World Without Breaking the Bank 

It all started years ago, with two Brazilian sisters traveling for their own enjoyment. Now they document their experiences online, sharing tips on accommodation, transportation, …

SOLIDU: A Rocky Road Toward Solid Shampoos
SOLIDU: A Rocky Road Toward Solid Shampoos

Vaiva Žvirblytė, the founder of SOLIDU, is a trendsetter: her shampoo bars are natural, zero-waste, and even suitable for washing your hair in a river. This is the story of a mill…

International Design Day: 5 Pros On What Makes Design Work
International Design Day: 5 Pros On What Makes Design Work

Design – a world without it is as bland as unseasoned soup. It's been the driving force of innovation and spiritual fulfillment since the dawn of humanity. Today, we’re paying hom…

Ira Lupu: Fighting Stereotypes With a Camera
Ira Lupu: Fighting Stereotypes With a Camera

A camera is an unusual weapon. But it’s Ira Lupu’s preferred piece for raising social awareness, normalizing taboo subjects, and building a better understanding of people living o…

The Dawn of Women’s Tech: The 1960s
The Dawn of Women’s Tech: The 1960s

March is a great time to reflect on how women shape our lives by contributing to science, business, and technology. We heard many stories of how sincerity overcomes unexpected obs…

My Mission: Four Brazilian Women On Their Business Success
My Mission: Four Brazilian Women On Their Business Success

March is Women’s History Month. It's a great time to reflect on how women have shaped our society, celebrate their accomplishments, and stress that we wouldn't survive without a f…

Kvietkos: From Finance to Flowers. A Florist’s Love Story
Kvietkos: From Finance to Flowers. A Florist’s Love Story

Six years ago, Aistė had a stable job working in finance. What else could a 20-something want? It appears that Aistė wanted much more. By accident, she fell in love with flowers, …

Prof. Tomas Linkevicius Case: Why Home Hosting Is Not an Option
Prof. Tomas Linkevicius Case: Why Home Hosting Is Not an Option

To cloud, or not to cloud? Tomas Linkevičius, the author of Zero Bone Loss Concepts, already knows the answer to this question. His website is back on its feet due to choosing Hos…

Paubrasil: A Stylish Way to Fight Deforestation
Paubrasil: A Stylish Way to Fight Deforestation

If there’s one company going all-in for sustainability, then it’s Paubrasil. A small group of Brazilian creators, named after a tree that almost went extinct, who repurpose pre-lo…

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Simonas Bilis: Olympic Swimmer Dives into Customer Success 
Simonas Bilis: Olympic Swimmer Dives into Customer Success 

You can succeed in both competitive swimming and a goal-driven IT company if you have motivation and self-discipline. At least that’s what Simonas Bilis – Rio 2016 Summer and Toky…

Hiring the Best and Raising the Bar
Hiring the Best and Raising the Bar

From our foundation as a company back in 2004, a prospective employee’s cultural fit has always been one of the key criterias on which we’ve based recruitment decisions. Now, we w…

Decoding OKRs: The Hostinger Way
Decoding OKRs: The Hostinger Way

In every organization, setting measurable goals for every team member is a significant challenge. How do we tackle this at Hostinger? Through the Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)…

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