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New Browser Can Help Fund rebuildup.com

This new browser blocks trackers, speeds up surfing, AND helps you fund websites like rebuildup.com Watch the video and if this sounds like something worth trying, you can download the browser here.

Here’s how you can help fund rebuildup.com using this new browser:

Step 1: Once the browser is installed, click on the browser menu in the top right corner (it looks like three dashes on top of each other).

Step 2: Click on “Settings…”

Step 3: Click on “Payments” and Choose to receive your “Tokens.”

Step 4: Turn on the “Brave Payments” to begin dispersing your tokens to the websites you visit.

Step 5: Make sure that rebuildup.com shows up on your Site list and that you include rebuildup.com in your token disbursements.

Step 6: If you really want to help, turn off “auto-include” to narrow the number of sites who receive your tokens each month.

Thanks for your support!

PICTURES: TE @ Kathleen Clay Library sponsored by Summit Credit Union

We completed the Teen Entrepreneur Fall Series with our final event at Kathleen Clay Library sponsored by Summit Credit Union.  Here’s some of the action:
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Players going over the rules of Pitch Drill with the judges.
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All four teams making their idea pitch.  Team #2 came out on top at the end.
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Everyone in the middle of the Cashless Incubator game.  Finalist #2 won with their impressive investor pitch.

With the Teen Entrepreneur Fall Series wrapped up, it’s time for players to mail in their entries by the Monday, November 10th deadline for the $300 PitchPocalypse pitching contest on Tuesday, November 18th 6-8pm at Central Library in Downtown Greensboro.

FILMING: 11/4 Teen Entrepreneur @ Kathleen Clay Library sponsored by Summit Credit Union

rebuildup_CRESTS-Kathleen-GSOfalli-TE-300PUBLIC (FREE) EVENT – The final event of the Teen Entrepreneur Fall Series will take place this Tuesday, November 4th 6-8pm at Kathleen Clay Library.  Sponsored by Summit Credit Union, both the Pitch Drill and Cashless Incubator games will be filmed for a news story so teens are invited to come out even if they’ve played before to ensure a good crowd.  Call 336-373-2923 to RSVP or just show up.

And because this is the last event of the series, it’s the final chance for teens to qualify for the $300 PitchPocalypse pitching contest held on Tuesday, November 18th 6-8pm at Central Library.