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Twitter to Stop counting links, photos in character limit

Uncategorized May 17, 2016 0 Comments

Twitter is planning on letting users craft longer tweets by not counting photos and links toward its 140-character limit, according to a report from Bloomberg today. The change may happen in the coming weeks, and it would remove one of the more annoying product hurdles that has persisted on Twitter for years. Links and photos currently hog 23 and 24…

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Eko for show! Check out some top moments as Lagos goes live on Snapchat

Uncategorized May 12, 2016 0 Comments

Yesterday image messaging and multimedia platform Snapchat gave Lagosians the opportunity to show the world how life is in the ever busy city. The mobile application allowed users to submit snaps from around Lagos. It then took select snaps from users within a select location and projected those snaps via its Live button to other users around the world. .…

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Dressing For The Heat: How to look cool in hot weather

Uncategorized April 27, 2016 0 Comments

It’s no gainsaying that the country is currently experiencing one of its hottest season. So how exactly do you maintain your sartorial composure in the sweltering heat? Here are five principles to help you maintain that gentlemanly look while keeping cool despite the hot weather. 1. Choose Lightweight Clothing And Fabrics To Stay Cool In The Heat As a general rule, the…

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What You Need to Know About Watches (2)

Uncategorized April 27, 2016 0 Comments

Read first part HERE Chronometer vs Chronograph You might have heard a lot about chronographs and chronometers, but didn’t know what the difference was. A chronometer is a watch that has the absolute highest standard of precision. Chronometers are only watches that work on automatic or mechanical movements. Watches that work with quartz movement are not designated as “chronometers”. In…

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Does stretching matter?

Uncategorized January 8, 2016 0 Comments

Stretching has been promoted for years as an essential part of a fitness programme, as a way to decrease the risk of injury, prevent soreness and improve performance. Warm up vs. Stretching Much of this confusion comes from a misinterpretation of research on warm- up. These studies found that warming up by itself has no effect on range of motion,…

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