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Is It Normal to Bruise After Foam Rolling?

SOURCE:http://www.popsugar.com/fitness/Normal-Bruise-After-Foam-Rolling-43095487 Foam rolling is one of those “it hurts so good” love-hate relationships. You dread it and look forward to it simultaneously. It’s essential to muscular recovery, but how can you tell if you’ve gone too far with this “good” pain? My first foam rolling experience was excruciating; after a physical therapist told me I had “the tightest IT bands” …

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Apple Has ‘Constructive’ Meeting With India About Local Manufacturing Opportunities

SOURCE:http://www.macrumors.com/2017/01/25/apple-constructive-meeting-india-manufacturing/ Apple on Wednesday said it appreciated the “constructive” dialogue it had held with officials from India regarding the expansion of its local operations in the country. Earlier this month, reports indicated that a high-level meeting would be taking place between the two sides, with Apple seeking concessions from the Indian government if it agreed to manufacture products locally. That …

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Opinion: 5 things you must do before the new year to make it a great year

SOURCE:http://ynaija.com/opinion-5-things-must-new-year-make-great-year/ by Tolu Oluwaseyi-Daniel            SCORE YOURSELF: take stock of the outgoing year. How did you do? On a scale of 1-10, what would you get? Do like an annual review of all that you set out to do in the outgoing year, kinni score? How far? PLAN AHEAD: & PRAY AHEAD: write the vision, make …

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Managed By Q lands $30 million in Series C funding

SOURCE:https://techcrunch.com/2016/12/16/managed-by-q-lands-30-million-in-series-c-funding/?ncid=rss Managed By Q, a service that automates office management, has raised $30 million in Series C funding, according to SEC filings. Managed By Q started off as a NY-based platform that let office administrators more efficiently deal with the tedious housekeeping of an office, from cleanings to supplies to IT to handy work, all from the web. From there, …

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UNILORIN Students Demand PC Tablets They Paid For

http://saharareporters.com/2016/12/15/unilorin-students-demand-pc-tablets-they-paid Students at the University of Ilorin (Unilorin) have demanded that the university administrators provide them with PC tablets they paid for prior to the 2013/2014 academic session.  The students stated that school fees for new students into the university of Ilorin was around N37, 000. However, the fee was increased to about 58, 000 at the start of the 2013/2014 session when Vice Chancellor …

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Formation 8 founder Jim Kim and longtime VC Paul Lee partner on a new fund called Builders

Jim Kim, who most recently co-founded the venture firm Formation 8, is launching a brand-new venture firm called Builders that looks to be raising a $200 million fund, judging by a recent SEC filing. His co-founder is Paul Lee, who left the Chicago venture firm Lightbank in 2014 and last year launched a startup studio called Roniin that we wrote about last year. It isn’t a surprise …

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Apple Inks Apple Music Deal With Indian Ride-Hailing Company Ola

Apple has partnered with Indian ride-sharing company Ola to make Apple Music available to customers who order a ride, reports The Los Angeles Times. Apple Music, along with services from Sony, Fynd, and Audio Compass, will be incorporated into a platform called Ola Play, allowing customers to control music, watch videos, read ebooks, and adjust in-car temperature, all from a …

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‘Bleak’ — Most students have trouble idenifying fake news, Stanford study finds

Image: wikimedia commons/AlbertHerring By Patrick Kulp2016-11-22 21:13:27 UTC Fake news may be trickier for young internet users to spot than previously believed.  A new study from Stanford University found that even members of generations purported to be the most web-savvy of all time are often tripped up by deliberate misinformation online.  The researchers behind the report tested thousands of students …

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At My Thanksgiving Table, Food Won’t Be a Diversion Tactic

Before Election Day, 2016, I was naively optimistic. The campaign period and now, its aftermath, have revealed a country divided by clashing values and ideologies, leaving many of us feeling frustration, panic, outrage, confusion, sadness, numbness. Some are immobile, frozen in dazed disbelief or overwhelmed by hopeless depression; others want to mobilize and protest, and then there are those who …

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Black Friday Deals on Apps and Software for iPhone, iPad, and Mac

With fewer than three days until Black Friday, a number of developers are beginning to offer deals on their apps and software. Below, we have rounded up some of the notable discounts available for popular iOS and Mac apps and software. More deals will inevitably be announced, so keep an eye on our Black Friday roundup. Final Fantasy Tactics Square …

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