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Russell Westbrook Dressed Up As a Confused Teenager For the Teen Choice Awards - Front Page Buzz

Russell Westbrook Dressed Up As a Confused Teenager For the Teen Choice Awards - Front Page Buzz | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it
Russell Westbrook attended the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday night and this is what he wore to the event, perhaps involuntarily but don't get your hopes

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How to Be Healthy: 47 Quick Ways to Improve Your Well-Being Right Now

How to Be Healthy: 47 Quick Ways to Improve Your Well-Being Right Now | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it

"Are you sick of all the conflicting health advice out there?

 

There’s article after article promising you quick and simple health tips, but all they give you is advice you’ve heard a hundred times before.

 

Learning how to be healthy isn’t easy, but it can be done one step at a time.

No big changes are needed...

 

These health tips are simple and quick, but some of them are a bit unconventional, so prepare yourself."

 


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14 Twitter Mistakes to Avoid

14 Twitter Mistakes to Avoid | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it
Tweet the wrong thing on Twitter and you have the potential for a viral campaign of the very wrong kind that provides a new category of embarrassment. Embarrassment at speed.

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Are Crying Kids Reason To Be Booted From An Airplane? US Airways Thinks So

Are Crying Kids Reason To Be Booted From An Airplane? US Airways Thinks So | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it
We see a lot of stories about passengers being removed from airplanes, some of which seem legitimate (intoxicated, verbally abusive travelers) and others that don't (people who ask a flight attenda...

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69 Free Social Media Monitoring Tools

69 Free Social Media Monitoring Tools | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it
If you want to know what’s happening in the social web you need social media monitoring tools. Before you reach for your wallet and start to spend money try out some of the free social media monitoring services.

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Alexander Abramov's comment, August 8, 2013 7:54 PM
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Delphine Lalande's curator insight, September 14, 2015 9:15 AM

44 outils gratuits pour un SOCIAL MEDIA MONITORING efficace

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Zen and the art of learning photography - Ben Heys Photography

Zen and the art of learning photography - Ben Heys Photography | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it
  I hesitate a little to use this title as “Zen & the art of ...

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Ben Heys's curator insight, July 19, 2013 10:36 AM

A republish of an article I wrote a couple years ago:

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NBA: New Orleans Pelicans Unveil New Uniforms - Sport Balla

NBA: New Orleans Pelicans Unveil New Uniforms - Sport Balla | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it

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Myrtle Johnson's curator insight, August 2, 2013 3:54 AM

The New Orleans Pelicans unveiled their new dark blue, red and gold uniforms on Thursday.

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Top 10 Social Gamification Examples and Cases that Save the World

Top 10 Social Gamification Examples and Cases that Save the World | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it
The Top 10 Social Examples according to Pioneer and Stanford Lecturer Yu-kai Chou is 1. Foldit 2. Pain Squad 3. Zamzee 4....

 


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Florinel Nicolai Deciu's curator insight, July 30, 2013 9:47 AM

A must read article :) What we’re seeing here is a complete shift from things we “should do” to things we “want to do.” But instead of shifting the tasks, we simply make what we should do fun...

 
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How Facebook Can Avoid a Slow, Painful Death

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Studying biological systems is perhaps the best way to understand the complex networks that humanity has created. All successful networks go through a breakpoint — a point in time where growth stops.

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6 Mind Hacks That Keep Stress In Check (Really!)

6 Mind Hacks That Keep Stress In Check (Really!) | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it
"Stress is our perception of what's happening outside of us and the power we give it," says Lauren E. Miller, author and stress expert.

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Using Someone Else's Intellectual Property Comes At a Price

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In the IP wars, you have to figure out if a potential violation is worth the penalties you might pay.

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TV Foresees Its Future. Netflix Is There.

TV Foresees Its Future. Netflix Is There. | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it
Netflix has given a good shaking to the settled world of television: it has provided its own series, streamed them over the Internet and made them available all at once everywhere.

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Legal challenge to zero hours contracts launched against Sports Direct

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A legal challenge is being brought against retail giant Sports Direct over the use of zero hours contracts among its staff.
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How Brands Are Using Instagram's New Video Upload Feature

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A look at how brands are using Instagram's new video upload feature.

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AdPT-Creative's curator insight, September 5, 2013 6:18 AM

Introducing the facility for imported as well as instant video capture is a useful development and in line with Cinemagram.

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How to Export Your iPhone Contacts

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We've taken a look at how you can download all your iContacts, then save them to your computer for a handy backup list, or import them into the likes of Gmail. See on mashable.com

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The One Feature That Changed Social Networking Forever

The One Feature That Changed Social Networking Forever | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it

What is the single most important innovation that Facebook ever came up with?

 

Before I answer that, let’s think of the real value for users on a social network. Social networks area classic example of the platform business model where users create all the value and there is very little value until users come on board. Real value for every individual user, then, is the value that his network is capable of creating.


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Level343's curator insight, August 6, 2013 7:07 PM
BEYOND SOCIAL NETWORKING

 

Moreover, this doesn’t apply only to social networks. Any business model which relies on user-generated content can benefit from a well-architected news feed. Even marketplaces, which have traditionally been transactional, are creating engagement with a news feed.

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How To Use Data To Create A Fool-Proof Tweet Calendar - AllTwitter

How To Use Data To Create A Fool-Proof Tweet Calendar - AllTwitter | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it

Let’s say your business sends, maybe, four original tweets per day. You participate in one or two back-and-forth exchanges of about three tweets each. And you retweet twice.

 

That simple activity adds up to nine tweets per day. Or 45 tweets per week. Or 180 tweets per month. And that’s not event all that active in Twitter terms. How are you keeping track of it all?

 

Hopefully you didn’t sheepishly answer “We don’t.” But if you did, there’s help.

By simply accessing the data freely available to you on Twitter and through third-parties, you can create a Tweet Calendar that will keep your content organized, on-message, and ensure that all team members are on the same page.


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Twitter launches 'tweet abuse' feature following protests - The Times of India

Twitter launches 'tweet abuse' feature following protests - The Times of India | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it

Twitter has reportedly launched a feature that allows users to report about 'tweet abuse'.


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5 Ways to Create a Deliciously Irresistible Blog Post Title

5 Ways to Create a Deliciously Irresistible Blog Post Title | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it
Blog post titles are powerful. They are the point of contact between content and reader, meaning the level of effectiveness of your title will determine whether the reader clicks or moves on to the next best thing.

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Find The Best Movies You Don't Know About with Free Movie Discovery App Jaman

Find The Best Movies You Don't Know About with Free Movie Discovery App Jaman | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it

"Watch and preview international movies, indie films, and trailers for free online and download to rent."


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Robin Good's curator insight, July 31, 2013 4:55 AM


Jaman is web-based movie discovery app which allows you to find films, based on your mood (funny, tears, bullets, serious), genre (adventure, drama, thriller, etc.) or provider (Amazon, iTunes, Hulu, Netflix, etc.) preference.


Jaman provides visual search results and individual movie pages, where not only it provides all of the basic info about the movie, but it also integrates a video trailer, and a selection of providers from where you can immediately rent or download the movie.

Movies that interests you, can be saved in a dedicated "watched" list.


Free to use.


Try it out now: https://jaman.com/





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When To Use Facebook Pages And Facebook Groups | Social Media Today

When To Use Facebook Pages And Facebook Groups | Social Media Today | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it
We are aware that Facebook enables brands and companies to have connectivity to their customer sets respectively. With the recent announcement on Groups from Facebook quarters we know that Facebook Groups was in news in a big way.

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Panicos Kamasia 's curator insight, August 1, 2013 4:17 AM

When To Use Facebook Pages And Facebook Groups 

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Plants' Stunning Lifecycle Captured In Macro Time-Lapse By Daniel Csobot (VIDEO)

Kamera und Schnitt: Daniel Csobot www.danic.me www.novalapse.com Technik: Canon 7D Kessler CineSlider Canon EF 100mm Macro Canon 15-85mm Fotozelt Tageslichtlampen Lizenzierung…

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Google Plus New +1 Recommendations: What They Are & How to Use Them

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Google Plus New +1 Recommendations: Now "plussing" a post on Google+ can result in it becoming a "recommended" post that maybe shown to people who follow you.

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Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's curator insight, July 28, 2013 3:08 AM

Google+ recently added an interactive layer to its +1 button. Users now occasionally see in their news feed posts that have been “recommended” by friends. And the former’s +1 activity updates may also be shown to people who have circled them.

There are quite a few articles explaining how the new +1 works. However, Mark Traphagen’s is the easiest to read.

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New Telescopic Contact Lens Magnifies Vision Three Times

New Telescopic Contact Lens Magnifies Vision Three Times | Awesome ReScoops | Scoop.it

Researchers led by Eric Tremblay from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EDFL) in Switzerland and Joseph Ford from UC San Diego have developed a new Superman-style contact lens that can magnify the wearer’s vision by 2.8 times when worn with a modified pair of 3D glasses.

 

Such contacts may one day empower those suffering from macular degeneration or even augment the eyes of those with perfectly healthy vision.

 

How do they work? The center of the lens allows light directly through for normal vision. Meanwhile, a 1.17 mm thick magnifying ring, located around the lens center and comprised of tiny aluminum mirrors, reflects incoming light from objects into the wearer’s retina, at which point, the image has been magnified almost three times.

 

One very cool thing about this lens is the selective magnification. The researchers used a pair of modified polarized Samsung 3D TV glasses to switch between normal (light through the central lens aperture) and magnified views (where the polarizing filters block the central lens and admit light from the mirrors).

 

This technology may help the approximately two million people in the US suffering from macular degeneration—the most common cause of blindness for individuals aged over 55 years. The macula of the eye, which deals with the visual details, slowly degenerates resulting in vision loss from the center field of vision, and the sufferer cannot recognize faces or perform simple tasks.

 

The current treatments for macular degeneration include invasive surgery or to wear glasses with very thick lenses. Although research continues, development of this new magnifying lens technology has the potential to improve the quality of life for millions of people around the world by using these ‘normal’ looking lenses.

 

Further applications might include military use to increase soldiers’ vision. (The research was originally funded by DARPA.) But there’s no reason to stop there. We could imagine a pair of these lenses being fun or useful for just about anyone. And perhaps telescopic powers are but one attribute of future contact lenses—others may include filters to see outside our normal band of the spectrum, tiny cameras, and augmented reality.

 

That said, in the foreseeable future, we’ll have to be content with just dreams of switchable x-ray contacts with telescoping lenses and onboard computers.


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eduarmp1's comment, August 2, 2013 12:38 PM
Wonderful..!!!