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The Big Business Behind Facebook

From its humble beginnings as a student side project in 2004, “The Facebook” as it was then known has since exploded into a mega-corporation, boasting a user base the size of the EU and an estimated value in excess of $20 billion. The infographic below was designed by Online Phd Programs and charts the history of one the world’s most successful social networks – from … Continue reading The Big Business Behind Facebook

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Healthy Vitamins & Good Nutrition For A Healthy Back

As many know, vitamins and proper nutrition are extremely important for having a healthy back & healthy spine. Many people know taking vitamins and natural supplements can be beneficial for improving your back & spine health but the majority do not use the correct natural supplements. The purpose of this article is to dispel all the myths out there on proper nutrition for a healthy … Continue reading Healthy Vitamins & Good Nutrition For A Healthy Back

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5 Amazing Living Room Décor Trends You Should Follow

The living room is the centre of the house; it is the place that is mostly occupied and the one that gets most of the attention. A living room should be well-maintained, it should look great. It should not be too dull or too bright. Here are the five living room décor trends that you must follow. Take a look: Lighting The lighting of the … Continue reading 5 Amazing Living Room Décor Trends You Should Follow

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Just for men? Why women should use protein shakes

Should women use protein shakes? Do protein shakes give women big muscles? Are they safe for women to use? Read on and find out! It’s estimated that by the end of 2017, the world will be spending around £8 billion on protein supplements – whether they be drinks, bars, brownies or other sports nutrition products. And while it’s true that protein is needed to build … Continue reading Just for men? Why women should use protein shakes

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Watch a rally driver jump 50 metres in a Ford Fiesta

Norwegian driver Mads Østberg pulled off the feat on the Ouninpohja stage of the recent Rally Finland, after negotiating a right-hand bend and absolutely flooring it over the infamous blind “Yellow House” jump. The reward for his commitment was a glorious 50 metre journey through the air, to the delight and amazement of on-looking fans. To put that in perspective – 50m is 12 times … Continue reading Watch a rally driver jump 50 metres in a Ford Fiesta

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A Brief History of Breakdancing

It’s been around 40 years since terms like “brakdancing”, “breaking” and “b-boy” moved out of the Bronx and started to enter into the mainstream consciousness. A new short documentary goes back to where breakdancing culture all began, taking a look at the origins of breaking, its significance in the communities that helped create it, its gradual acceptance into popular culture, and its relevance in the … Continue reading A Brief History of Breakdancing

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5 Windows alternatives to the MacBook Pro

There was a time when Apple dominated their little corner of the technology market, churning out well-designed consumer electronics with sharp advertising campaigns and luxury price tags. Times are changing however – with competitors catching up fast and not everyone being a big fan of the new MacBook, we’ve decided to take a look at 5 windows machines that can give the MacBook Pro a … Continue reading 5 Windows alternatives to the MacBook Pro

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Man Skills – How to tie a tie

Many guys make it all the way to manhood without ever learning how to tie a tie properly. Weather it’s a big job interview, a family wedding, a day at the races or another formal occasion, every man should know the right way to tie a tie. There are several different tie knots, from the classic Windsor the more advanced Pratt knot. The one you … Continue reading Man Skills – How to tie a tie

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After 12 years, Apple is killing-off the iPod Nano and Shuffle

The device that weaned many of us off our CD collections and introduced us to the world of digital music will cease production this year. Released in 2005, the iPod Nano and Shuffle could only play music downloaded from iTunes or ripped from CDs, and lacked many of the features found in later devices, such as streaming service Apple Music. Apple have described the move … Continue reading After 12 years, Apple is killing-off the iPod Nano and Shuffle

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From 2040, new petrol & diesel vehicles will be banned in the UK

Now might be a good time to buy yourself a Tesla! The UK government will ban the sale of new petrol & diesel cars and vans starting from 2040. The move is part of a huge £3 billion clean air strategy, unveiled at a time when the UK is struggling to meet EU emissions targets. Once the new policy is in place it will still … Continue reading From 2040, new petrol & diesel vehicles will be banned in the UK