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+Inkscape about page contest submission. Love the tool. Big THANK YOU to all the devs for developing it! https://goo.gl/w0aay7
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+Android Developers Promo codes is a really nice feature to promote your app, however it looks like developers are forced either not use them or sacrifice security by removing payload verification - sadness and disappointment ...

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What a nice product page :))))

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Всем доброго дня! Очень хорошему человеку, девушке, программистке, моей хорошей подруге нужна помощь в борьбе с её серьёзной болезнью. Если у вас есть возможность и желание помочь, вот способы как вы можете это сделать: http://bit.ly/1ttVpmW
(С миру по нитке - человеку жизнь)
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Good day to everyone! A very good person, a girl, a programmer, my friend needs help to fight her serious disease. If you are willing to help, here is the ways you can do it: http://bit.ly/1ttVpmW
(Many a little makes a mickle [or life])

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The game I want to play on my Android!
http://kck.st/1bfPyIg

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How To Pitch The Press: The 8 No-Fail Strategies http://umanoapp.com/clip/525a4568694af82577491702

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60% of meeting attendees take notes to appear as if they are listening. :)
15 Interesting Time Management facts and figures:

1. The average working person spends less than 2 minutes per day in meaningful communication with their spouse or "significant other".
2. The average working person spends less than 30 seconds a day in meaningful communication with their children.
3. The average person uses 13 different methods to control and manage their time.
4. The average person gets 1 interruption every 8 minutes, or approximately 7 an hour, or 50-60 per day. The average interruption takes 5 minutes, totaling about 4 hours or 50% of the average workday. 80% of those interruptions are typically rated as "little value" or "no value" creating approximately 3 hours of wasted time per day.
5. By taking 1 hour per day for independent study, 7 hours per week, 365 hours in a year, one can learn at the rate of a full-time student. In 3-5 years, the average person can become an expert in the topic of their choice, by spending only one hour per day.
6. 20% of the average workday is spent on "crucial" and "important" things, while 80% of the average workday is spent on things that have "little value" or "no value".
7. In the last 20 years, working time has increased by 15% and leisure time has decreased by 33%.
8. A person who works with a "messy" or cluttered desk spends, on average, 1 1/2 hours per day looking for things or being distracted by things or approximately 7 1/2 per workweek. "Out of sight, out of mind". When it's in sight, it's in mind.
9. 60% of meeting attendees take notes to appear as if they are listening.
10. 40% of working people skip breakfast. 39% skip lunch. Of those who take a lunch break, 50% allow only 15 minutes of less.
11. It takes approximately 30 days to establish a new physical or emotional habit.
12. The average American watches 28 hours of television per week.
13. The average worker gets a 6 hours and 57 minutes of sleep per night.
14. The average worker spends 35 minutes per day commuting.
15. 1 hour of planning will save 10 hours of doing.
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