SOURCE:macrumors.comThe latest update to WhatsApp Messenger rolled out on iOS on Sunday and adds a couple of notable new features, one of which is the ability to share files of any type within conversations. Version 2.17.40 of WhatsApp is the first to allow any file type to be sent using the Document option in the Share menu. Previously files were limited to PDF documents, but now the only limitation is file size, which is officially 100MB. It's also now possible to pin chats to the top of the chat list to quickly find important conversation threads. To pin a chat, swipe right on the chat and tap the pin icon. Additionally, users can now tap and hold on groups of multiple photos they've received to quickly forward or delete them. Version 2.17.40 also includes a couple of new hidden ...
SOURCE:TORI.NG File photo: A job interview Searching for a job is a job itself. Statistics show that as much as 60% of Nigerian youths are unemployed. According to the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics (NBS), the country’s unemployment rate has increased to 9.9 percent in the third quarter of 2015, representing a fourth consecutive rise in the unemployment rate since the third quarter of 2014. The scourge of unemployment is affecting the country negatively according to analyst. Hence, unemployment is a problem. Even the current administration recognise this fact. The question of how Nigerians can get employed and be employable is now a major concern. With this premise, we are decided to write up some tips on how you can get employed quickly. 1. Be Social Media Savvy Social med
SOURCE:mashable.comThe Tesla Model 3 is no Model S, as the electric car manufacturer keeps reminding us, but it's still going to have quite the kick. A leaked document posted May 22 to the Model 3 Owners Club message boards provides Tesla enthusiasts the chance for a side-by-side comparison of the new ride and its older sibling. The main takeaway? The Model 3 will do 0 to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds. For comparison, a 2016 Ford Mustang V6 only beats that by .3 seconds. That's right, when it comes to acceleration, the Model 3 competes with a muscle car — minus the fumes. With the Model 3 expected to start shipping later this year, customers eagerly await each and every new detail of the latest car from the Palo Alto-based manufacturer. News of the car's acceleration is sure to excite
SOURCE:techcrunch.com It wasn’t very long ago that bitcoin felt nascent, laughable and small. In the ensuing years, bitcoin has matured, become far less risible and grown massively.Underscoring bitcoin’s maturation, the currency set new price records this week as the value of a single coin crossed the $2,000 threshold. Since bitcoin was announced in 2009, and certainly since I first wrote about it in 2013, the ecosystem of cryptocurrencies has exploded. Cryptocurrencies have expanded since the days bitcoin shared some of the media’s spotlight with litecoin and the silly-by-design dogecoin. It was a time when Mt. Gox ruled, cupcake shops could become media darlings by accepting the digital currency and pizza was a critical bitcoin-pricing metric. Now, there are
SOURCE:mashable.comThe headlines are everywhere. Social media makes us narcissists. Screen time atrophies the brain. Work is inescapable. We sleep less, weigh more, and report higher levels of depression … all thanks to the onslaught of tech. On the other hand, many of technology’s benefits are undeniable: longer life spans, reduced poverty, and the democratization of both knowledge and opportunity. The question is: Can we bring humanity and tech into harmony? To find an answer, I connected with some of tech’s biggest names — executives at places like Dropbox, Deloitte, Canon, Polycom, and more — as well as a few of tech’s lesser-known stars. Their answers point toward hope in our work, commerce, and connections. Humanizing the tech we work with Workplace communication is often
SOURCE:TORI.NG Photos of a woman begging with her beautiful triplets are trending online in a bid to help the poor family. The woman and her 3 beautiful kids were spotted sitting close to the fly-over at Rumuola in Port-Harcourt, Rivers state -with sympathizers who surrounded them giving cash to the mother. Many have called on the State government to quickly come to the woman's aid and not to let the poor kids suffer on the street. See photos below; Source link
SOURCE:food52.comWe’ve all experienced it—that feeling when you’re cleaning out the fridge and find a few stray bottles of beer stuffed in the back, leftover from last month's party or perhaps even last Christmas. Upon the discover, you ponder: Is it still drinkable? Should I pop one open? Don't touch those bottles! Photo by Mark WeinbergWell, that all depends on the beer’s style, but know that yes, some beers do indeed age quite well, resulting in transformed, multilayered, and complex brews. In fact, collecting and aging beer like wine is increasingly popular, and tasting beer aged for many years can be an exciting and rewarding endeavor. The best way to do it—purposefully, not by accident—is to build a home c
In recent years, there has been a measurable increase in the number of Brits who have purchased a holiday property either abroad or in the United Kingdom. Based on ONS population projections for 2011, this figure equates to 1.7m holiday (or second) homes in the UK and 786,000 UK owned holiday / second homes overseas. The reasons for purchasing a holiday home will be varied, ranging from a financial investment, a desire for cheaper holidays or an alternative to a pension later in life and retirement planning.Whatever the reason for buying a holiday property often there is a mindset that because the property may generally be vacant there is less chance for the property or its contents to be damaged. As a result holiday home insurance is often overlooked. Unfortunately being away from a hol...
SOURCE:food52.comA few years ago, I was lucky to get my hands on a bottle of Morris Kitchen’s rhubarb syrup, and it quickly became my favorite cocktail ingredient. Of course, I haven’t been able to find it since, and while my many attempts at recreating the company’s formula have been far from spot on, I did end up with my own great rhubarb syrup recipe. It even comes with a bonus: The mash that’s leftover from straining the syrup makes a simple, but wonderful, compote. Photo by Emily FarrisNow, every spring—when rhubarb is in season—I make a few batches of syrup for my drinks and compote for my toast. And I feel good about the fact that there’s almost no waste (other than the ends and leaves I trim from the rhubarb). Other ingredien
SOURCE:food52.comI would like to say a word of appreciation for my glass loaf pan.A little longer and leaner than the standard (it's 9 1/2 by 5—the dude on the far right in the photo below), it turns out the most reliable lush quick breads, be they yogurt, banana, or zucchini: Not only does the glass make it easy to keep tabs on baking status (because you can see the color of exterior as the cake bakes), but I find that the finished product is more likely slide out without a shorn bottom. Plus, the glass itself is easy to clean, with no schmutz-catching cracks and crevices. But does my glass baking pan really do a better job at baking quick breads? And if so, why do metal pans seem to be more widely recommended? We conducted a mini-experiment to