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How to find YOUR Valentine for Next Year! – Stepcase Lifehack

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Getting to enjoy Lifehack more and more these days. I think this is an important article for any lonely person to read, or anyone, really.

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February 12th, 2009 in Lifestyle
How to find YOUR Valentine for Next Year!

Valentine’s day is here again. And are you still single? Do you want to attract a dream relationship?

Well, make 2009 the year you do just that! You still have almost 11 months left to make sure that at least you spend next Christmas with THE one.

If you are single, then you are not the only one as there are estimated to be over 2 million single people in London alone. And that’s a lot of potential dating material.

Everyone dreams of that ideal relationship – one that is full of love and affection. A relationship with someone that you connect with mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. We all want to meet our ‘soul mate’.

Internet dating, speed dating and dating agencies are all very popular nowadays. But jus”

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February 12, 2009 at 2:47 pm

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Why Facebook’s Future Is Mobile

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I think it’s very true; that a lot of these sites will have more and more basis in mobile technology. I’m not sure that, however, until the mobile phone can offer media services (photo viewing on crisp, large screens and video viewing) on par with the desktop website, it will be fully replaced.

Why Facebook’s Future Is Mobile: “”

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February 11, 2009 at 2:11 pm

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Apple: the good and bad of a $99 iPhone – FP Trading Desk

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I’d like to see an iPhone nano, just because I think it would make for a nice form factor, and allow for a broad base, and maybe pave the way for an iPhone Pro.

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Apple: the good and bad of a $99 iPhone
Posted: February 10, 2009, 10:40 AM by Jonathan Ratner
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Analysts continue to weigh-in on what an entry-level iPhone might mean for Apple Inc. and the industry as a whole.

Mike Abramsky at RBC Capital Markets has come across further details through his checks, which point to launches on existing carriers in June or July with a data plan, entry-level pricing and a lower subsidy. He also told clients to expect a 3G iPhone performance upgrade.

The analyst said the launch of an entry-le”

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February 10, 2009 at 5:55 pm

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Conquer the Fears Lurking in the Dark Corners of Your Mind | Zen Habits

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Oh Zen Habits. Always has good articles. I hope Leo never runs out of stuff to say.

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Don’t hide from your fears.
Conquer the Fears Lurking in the Dark Corners of Your Mind
‘Fear grows in darkness; if you think there’s a bogeyman around, turn on the light.’ – Dorothy Thompson
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I was reading Confessions of a Shopaholic recently and ran across a passage that struck a chord with me … the main character is avoiding thinking about increasingly urgent letters from banks and creditors, trying to push these worries out of her mind:
‘I’m well aware that at the back of my mind, thumping quietly like a drumbeat, are the twin horrors of Guilt and Panic.
‘Guilt Guilt Guilt Guilt.
‘Panic Panic Panic Panic.
‘If I let them, they’d swoop in and take over. I’d feel completely paralyzed with misery and fear. So the trick I’ve learned is simply not to listen. My mind is very well trained like that.’
This passage struck a chord because I’ve been ther”

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February 10, 2009 at 2:53 pm

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Personal Branding Basics

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This is something I’ve been batting around a lot myself, ever since I got my personal business cards, and I think it’s a really good and important idea, especially for people who are doing this kind of interaction.

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Personal branding has been very hyped up lately, and for good reason. Many people who feel marginalized by the idea of branding themselves now understand that it is inescapable. We all exist as brands, whether we like it or not. That means you Mr. Postman and you Mr. Lawyer! The first step to branding success is to accept that you’re a brand. Like corporate and product brands, you’re able to use the same marketing strategies to build your brand, get recognized and leverage it to either sell products, get a job or become a celebrity in your niche. There are two main reasons why individuals, like you and me, are labeled as brands.
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February 10, 2009 at 2:39 pm

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Samurai Sword Umbrella: Fight the Rain With Honor [Samurai]

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OMG SO MUCH WANT

Samurai Sword Umbrella: Fight the Rain With Honor [Samurai]: “

Whip out your samurai sword umbrella and do battle with Mother Nature. Should you be defeated, the only honorable way out is seppuku—although that would be especially nasty with an umbrella. [ThinkGeek via Uberreview]


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February 6, 2009 at 6:58 pm

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Change The Way You See Work and Change Your Life

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Very good article on Lifehack! A bit Zen Habits-esque, but still good to think about.

Change The Way You See Work and Change Your Life: “

Change the way you see work

Did you ever think there was a better, different way to live? Did you ever think, ‘Maybe I don’t have to go to a job and work 40+ hours a week, feel exhausted, wish for more time for myself or my family, and wonder when the fun stuff begins?’ If so, get ready: your life’s about to change. Read the rest of this entry »

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February 6, 2009 at 1:59 pm

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