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(my) MOST SUCCESSFUL POSTS IN 2012 - January edition

Hello my dear followers! As you probably know, I'm being very active on Google+ almost every day and I constanty look for awesome things to share. And because I wouldn't like you to miss the best posts, I've just made a list with my best posts from January.

You'll see actually 3 lists, one for my profile, one for +Creative Web Design & one for +Read Before Reshare, my g+ pages. I encourage you to check all these posts, I promise that it does worth the time. I suggest you to make your own top, using +Daniel Sandstein's +CircleCount ( website by loging in and going to dashboard. Share with me your best posts.

So, here you go:


1. Best Google+ Circles Ever Shared

2. UnOfficial - Google+ Hits 100million users in the First 7 months

3. Official - Google+ Hits 90million users

4. Why Google+ will become Google's only product

5. Google+ Help, Tips, Community Managers, Tutorials & Resources

6. And that's why I want a Galaxy S II

7. Have enemies?

8. How To Import Your Facebook Photos Into Google+

SHARED FROM +Creative Web Design:

1. Amazing Sculptures Made Out of a Single Paper Sheet

2. Creative Bent Objects

3. Portraits of Dogs Shaking Off Water

4. Stunning Body Art Illustrations

5. Amazing Toothpicks Sculpture

6. Chicken Sculpture Made From Eggshells

7. Tiny Toilet Paper Roll Scenes

8. Fake Swimming Pool by Leandro Erlich

SHARED FROM +Read Before Reshare:

1. Tigers Are Awesome

2. Worst Logo Design Fails

3. Honest Logos

4. Quote From John Lennon

5. Top 100 List of The Best Sarcasms

6. Amazing Eye Facts

7. Some Nice Thoughts

8. How to Make The Most Popular Cocktails In The World

Feel free to give me some feedback on my original post:

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KOMPUTASUTRA - How to and how not to sit at a computer

Sitting at a computer for long periods of time can take a toll on your body. By not sitting in the correct position, it is easy to end up with back pain, neck pain, knee pains, and a tingling of the hands and fingers.

This could easily turn into Carpal Tunnel Syndrome over prolonged usage. Sometimes, this pain becomes so severe and painful that surgery is the only option. It is best avoided by good practices.

1. Push your hips as far back as they can go in the chair.
2. Sit close to your keyboard and position it so that it is directly in front of your body.
3. Adjust the keyboard height so that your shoulders are relaxed, your elbows are in a slightly open position, and your wrists and hands are straight.
4. Determine the tilt of your keyboard based on your sitting position.
5. Use wrist rests to help maintain neutral postures and pad hard surfaces.
6. Know that incorrect positioning of the screen and source documents can result in awkward postures.
7. Sit at least an arm's length away from the screen and adjust the distance for your vision.
8. Position the source documents directly in front of you, and use an in-line copy stand
9. Do yourself a favor and take small breaks during your workday to release some of that muscle tension.
10. Exercise your hand by pushing on top of your fingers, and using backword resistance movements.

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Video: How to sit correctly in front of the computer

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Am I doing it right?

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Cell phones have evolved immensely since 1983, both in design and function. From the Motorola DynaTAC, that power symbol that Michael Douglas wielded so forcefully in the movie “Wall Street”, to the iPhone 4S.

There are thousands of models of cell phones that have hit the streets between 1983 and now.

See an evolution of cell phone design Between 1983-2009:

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1. Make a pie.
2. Eat some pie.

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Walk of Faith: Glass Pavement Built on 4,690ft Mountain in China

If you have nerves of steel, then you should definitely try out this newly built glass walkway in China, called the Walk of Faith.

Glass Plank Road has been added 1,430 metres (4,690ft) up the Zhangjiajie Tianmen mountain to give the tourists an unforgettable sightseeing experience.

Walk of Faith: Glass Pavement
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