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Some videos for Top 3 Exercises for Stenosis/DDD Top 3 Exercises For Herniated Discs: http://www2.select2gether.com/clipper/LiveVideo.aspx?id=1577634708

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GROWTH, SEO, RETENTION
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What I've learned from Y Combinator and Facebook From Alex Schultz. Facebook is a massive privilege because we are promoting something that everyone in the world really wants to use, which is absolutely incredible. If we can get people on, and get them...

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Blog of Jeany Stein

Nov 08, 2015 19:52

At stanford right now - great class

Opportunity #1: LinkedIn as your public resume via your profile. Opportunity #2: Using LinkedIn to research and schmooze contacts. Opportunity #3: Participating in groups. Opportunity #4: LinkedIn company pages as the Facebook for serious companies.

Aug 23, 2015 14:37

Tech richest self-made billionaires

Want to join the upper crust of the billionaire ranks? Building a tech company could be your way in: Seven of the world’s 15 richest self-made billionaires earned their wealth through a technology business.

FORBES ranked the 15 richest tech billionaires, altogether worth $426 billion. Their wealth is up 11.6% from last year’s group. Take a look at who made the list.

Jun 03, 2015 07:18

Reid Hoffman and Peter Thiel about the Network effect

Reid Hoffman: The “mafia” effect is more about networks, Hoffman started by saying, and networks have different characteristics.

Another unique aspect of the Paypal Mafia is how they stayed connected and maintained a network as an entrepreneur support group to talk to each other about business models, distribution, and how to get global reach. The crew also invested in each other’s companies and learnt from being involved with each other.

There are a lot of paradoxical traits that entrepreneurs have and when combined, these things make powerful companies. Entrepreneurs need to be stubborn but also open-minded. They need to have a long-term strategy, but be able to iterate in the short-term and they need to be outwardly focused on the market while being inwardly focused on their team. ( Asia Tech)

Jun 03, 2015 07:06

Google just took the lead - Storage

Google just took the lead in the dangerous called Race to zero (Business Insider) Google storage One day, all internet storage will be free. As for unlimited storage of things other than photos, that will still cost you at Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, as well as smaller companies like Dropbox and Box. But make no mistake, the race to zero is still going on, and that means the whole cloud industry has to cut prices as time goes on, not raise them

Jun 03, 2015 06:23

E-Signature

industry on the rise, it appears that people aren't putting the pen to the paper as often as they used to. So to honor the slowly diminishing life of the handwritten John Handcock, we uncovered this infographic from myprint247 that analyzes the signatures of 25 top tech entrepreneurs.

Via Reese Jones

Epen& Sign you can find here and get it for $29 for windows

Jun 03, 2015 06:20

Labs and incubators fuel enterprise innovation

“most important job is figuring out what customer problem we’re solving for,” Techcrunch

Mar 30, 2015 20:59

SXSW Experience

It was wonderful to be at SXSW

Mar 30, 2015 20:57

TED Experience

I had a wonderful TED Experience.

Dec 23, 2014 18:59

Chocolate fondant

First get your moulds ready. Using upward strokes, heavily brush the melted butter all over the inside of the pudding mould. Place the mould in the fridge or freezer. Brush more melted butter over the chilled butter, then add a good spoonful of cocoa powder into the mould. Tip the mould so the powder completely coats the butter. Tap any excess cocoa back into the jar, then repeat with 1 the next mould.

Place a bowl over a pan of barely simmering water, then slowly melt the chocolate and butter together. Remove bowl from the heat and stir until smooth. Leave to cool for about 10 mins. In a separate bowl whisk the eggs and yolks together with the sugar until thick and pale and the whisk leaves a trail; use an electric whisk if you want. Sift the flour into the eggs, then beat together.

Pour the melted chocolate into the egg mixture in thirds, beating well between each addition, until all the chocolate is added and the mixture is completely combined to a loose cake batter. Tip the fondant batter into a jug, then evenly divide between the moulds.

The fondants can now be frozen for up to a month and cooked from frozen. Chill for at least 20 mins or up to the night before. To bake from frozen, simply carry on as stated, adding 5 mins more to the cooking time.

Heat oven to 200C/fan 180C/gas 6. Place the fondants on a baking tray, then cook for 10-12 mins until the tops have formed a crust and they are starting to come away from the sides of their moulds. Remove from the oven, then leave to sit for 1 min before turning out.

Loosen the fondants by moving the tops very gently so they come away from the sides, easing them out of the moulds. Tip each fondant slightly onto your hand so you know it has come away, then tip back into the mould ready to plate up.

Starting from the middle of each plate, squeeze a spiral of caramel sauce – do all the plates you need before you go on to the next stage.

Sit a fondant in the middle of each plate. Using a large spoon dipped in hot water, scoop a ‘quenelle’ of ice cream.

Carefully place the ice cream on top of the fondant, then serve immediately. Repeat with the rest of the fondants.

Nov 24, 2014 11:06

Cherry kiwi sleep more

Cherry juice is a natural source of the sleep-wake cycle hormone melatonin and amino acid tryptophan, says study coauthor Frank L. Greenway, director of the outpatient research clinic at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center at LSU. “Proanthocyanidins, or the ruby red pigments in tart cherry juice, contain an enzyme that reduces inflammation and decreases the breakdown of tryptophan, letting it go to work longer in your body,” he says. Montmorency cherries are particularly high in those compounds. (The study was funded by the Cherry Marketing Institute, but the group had no role in the study design or outcome.)

Greenway estimates that up to one-third of American adults over age 65 have insomnia, which is defined as having trouble sleeping more than three nights per week. He believes cherry juice is a safer way to improve sleep quality than going the pharmaceutical route, given the lack of side effects. “Sleeping pills in the elderly are associated with a 4-fold increase in the prevalence of falls which, at that age, can result in fractures that require surgery,” he explains.

Not a cherry juice fan? Try kiwi. Eating two kiwi fruits an hour before bed was shown to increase sleep time by 13% and decrease mid-sleep waking periods by 29% after just four weeks, finds a recent Chinese study. Or incorporate seaweed into your dinner; the ocean vegetable is high in omega-3 DHA, which helped children get an extra full hour of sleep, according to a recent University of Oxford study.


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