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**EXCITING NEWS ALERT**

We have launched Re-flow - a mobile workforce solution. Although we have been working on this great native cloud based app for over 18 months, we have now created a website and promotional material to promote this tool.

Re-flow allows you to connect to your workforce in real time, wherever the job takes them. Give them access to job specifications and documentation, project forms, location maps and task lists. Capture data live from the project site - as your staff update the project status, complete tasks and time sheets, sign and send back health and safety forms; all from their smart phone or tablet. Manage everything from an easy to use and secure, cloud based dashboard that your management team can access from their PC, Mac or tablet.

To find out more visit http://re-flow.co.uk/

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Awesome slow mo

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Useful infographic for social marketers and business.
“Seven #Social #Media #Marketing Trends”

Based on the 2014 Social Media Marketing Industry Report via “SOCIAL  MEDIA EXAMINER”
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Paul Jarvis is always worth sharing and is full of great advice.
people often ask me how i get so much done/launched. sharing my silly tricks with my list this sunday.

hint: it doesn't involve apps, time tracking or robots but it does involve nature, eastern philosophy and turning off as many devices as possible.

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Exciting stuff. Keep tuned everybody.

Looking for #iphone #iOS #frugal or #automotive  bloggers to test & review fuel performance app. USA or UK.

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Just wow.
Worlds Smallest Petrol Engine:

Scientists have created the smallest petrol engine in the world ( less than a centimeter long not even half an inch ), small enough to power a watch or any small gadget. The mini-motor, which runs for two years on a single squirt of lighter fuel, is set to revolutionize world technology. It generates 700 times more energy than a conventional battery. It could be used to operate laptops and mobile phones for months doing away with the need for charging. Experts believe it could be phasing out batteries in such items within just six years. The engine, minute enough to be balanced on a fingertip, has been produced by engineers at the University of Birmingham.
More at : +Interesting Engineering
www.welldonestuff.com
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+1 or the puppy gets it.

#dog #puppy
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Everything I Know, from the excellent awesomely smart & tattooed +Paul Jarvis  worth £8.99 is free for today only. 

Hurry, or tomorrow you'll pay for it.

http://amzn.to/1iGYvQN
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