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Feet in Yoga

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Yoga article: Getting to know the mechanics of your feet and the pivotal role they play in yoga is the first step to establishing a solid foundation in your practice.

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Mark Brule's curator insight, August 28, 2013 1:54 PM

Every building worth saving must have a good foundation - for humans, that is our feet. Alginment of our skeletons plays a huge role in our comfort and quality of life. It all starts with the feet. This is an excellent article on different work you can do with your feet, and ways to assess your alignment.

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Body Language: It's All In Your Posture

Body Language: It's All In Your Posture | Dealing with data | Scoop.it
Why body language matters in professional situations. Also: WordPress makes embedding social media content a little bit easier.

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Mark Brule's curator insight, August 29, 2013 12:32 PM

We talk a lot about posture and how it affects internal alignment, but did you know that you communicate almost as much nonverbally as well as verbally? Watch the linked TED talk to learn more.

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Skeletoning for Better Bone Health | Healing With Movement Pilates

Skeletoning for Better Bone Health | Healing With Movement Pilates | Dealing with data | Scoop.it

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Mark Brule's curator insight, September 17, 2013 8:48 PM

Yoga can be a great complement to Pilates; here is an article by a guest blogger that has been kind enough to offer some advice and basic background about Yoga.

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How Recorded #Future Works To Unlock The Predictive Power Of The Web

How Recorded #Future Works To Unlock The Predictive Power Of The Web | Dealing with data | Scoop.it
Recorded Future monitors and mines blogs, social media, government web sites and more in real-time to empower analysts with new tools for news analytics and social media monitoring.

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http://www.scoop.it/t/javascript-charts's comment, October 1, 2013 5:44 AM
RecordedFuture's dashboards have an amazing user experience. I could better appreciate them thanks to a post i came across recently - goo.gl/veokrk
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Counterintuitive! Data Visualization of Myers-Briggs Personality Types in Twitter Bios

Counterintuitive! Data Visualization of Myers-Briggs Personality Types in Twitter Bios | Dealing with data | Scoop.it

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blogbrevity's curator insight, March 26, 2013 10:38 AM

In case you missed our #ideachat discussion on Myers-Briggs personality types and Twitter, see the counterintuitive results in the data visualization OppoBoppo created. This data reflects those who have chosen to identify themselves with their Myers-Briggs type in their Twitter bio. Important to note: this data does not reflect the distribution of types on Twitter, but those who have "chosen to identify" themselves. What makes this counterintuitive is that more "I' rather than "E", and more "N" rather "S", types identified themselves by type.

 

Specifically, the largest number of people by type in their bio were "INFJ" and "INTJ". The type least likely to list in their bio were "ESFP" and "ESFJ".

William Bouman's curator insight, October 17, 2013 2:09 AM

MBTI profielen kunnen gescand worden uit Twitter profielen.

Dat scheelt weer wat assessments

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Six Ways to Build Stronger Bones – Expert Advice

Six Ways to Build Stronger Bones – Expert Advice | Dealing with data | Scoop.it
Find this and more expert advice at MensJournal.com

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Mark Brule's curator insight, August 28, 2013 1:03 PM

While this article is targeted at men (which is good to see), it still contains some excellent information, especially about magnesium. Also, note that Vitamin D is best acquired from WILD salmon, not farm raised. Click through the gallery to see the details.

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How’s Your Laptop Posture? [VIDEO]

How’s Your Laptop Posture? [VIDEO] | Dealing with data | Scoop.it
How's your laptop posture? Chances are it's pretty bad. This hilarious video highlights our tendency to bad posture habits!

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Mark Brule's curator insight, September 2, 2013 1:11 PM

This is a silly ad, but it makes a good point - posture is something we should be aware of at all times, especially when bad posture becomes part of our routine.

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Improve Your Body Language, Improve Your Close Rate | Business Acceleration Infocenter content from The VAR Guy

Improve Your Body Language, Improve Your Close Rate | Business Acceleration Infocenter content from The VAR Guy | Dealing with data | Scoop.it
As a salesperson, your posture and body language may be more important to your ability to sell than you think.

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Mark Brule's curator insight, September 27, 2013 11:25 AM

Good posture not only helps you to live a healthier life, it can make you more successful at what you do. Sit up and pay attention, people!

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Stunning Data Visualization on U.S. Wealth Inequality

Stunning Data Visualization on U.S. Wealth Inequality | Dealing with data | Scoop.it
The matter of wealth inequality in the United States is well known, but this video shows you the extent of that inequality in dramatic and graphic fashion.

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BESegal's curator insight, March 12, 2013 1:54 AM

This is a great data vizulization and example of how to tell a story with data. Oh, yea it also demonstrates the the top 1% of earners in the U.S. earn 40% of all the wealth in the country; a hugh wealth inequity.

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When You Listen To Bach, What Color Do You See?

When You Listen To Bach, What Color Do You See? | Dealing with data | Scoop.it
Put on a Bach concerto and close your eyes. Now picture a color. What color do you see? If it’s a fast Bach concerto in a major key, it’s likely you’ll picture a color that’s more saturated and brighter — like a red or a yellow.

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blogbrevity's curator insight, May 28, 2013 10:52 AM

The findings may be useful for advertising and creative non-drug-based therapies. They also may help researchers better understand people who have a condition called synesthesia, said Palmer.

hector norockey's comment, May 29, 2013 5:53 AM
blue.