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Reported Liverpool target could offer Klopp something Mane doesn’t from the left wing – opinion

by koku_jin
This article is part of Football FanCast’s In Numbers series, which takes a statistical look at performances, season-long form and reported transfer targets… According to Spanish outlet Eldesmarque, Liverpool are prepared to ‘throw the house out the window’ in order to bring Real Madrid attacker Marco Asensio to Anfield. The report states that Jurgen Klopp sees the Spain international as the ‘ideal complement’ to Liverpool’s current attacking trio of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah. Incidentally, it is Mane who currently occupies the left-wing position where Asensio featured 15 times for Los Blancos last term – the left side […]

The Productivity Killer: Fundamentals For Fighting Makeshift Marketing With Libby Hall From Unearth [AMP 142]

by koku_jin
CoSchedule surveyed more than 3,000 marketers, and the results are in! Marketers want to publish more, complete everything on time, and prove their value to stakeholders. So, why do some marketers still use single-function tools, multiple platforms, and spreadsheets? These workarounds strangle your productivity and prevent you from reaching your goals. How can you overcome the madness of makeshift marketing? Today’s guest is Libby Hall, vice president of client services at Unearth, a digital public affairs agency. Libby describes how she found success despite makeshift marketing and shares suggestions on team development and project management. [podcast_motor_player] Some of the highlights […]

Cancer Wellness & Reiki: Success Tips for Patients & Practitioners

by koku_jin
One of my Reiki students’ enthusiasm and dedication to Reiki practice are contagious, and she carries the practice with grace and professionalism. I was organizing the Reiki Room and a talk for the Cancer Wellness Expo when she asked for mentoring how to introduce Reiki at her corporate workplace. So even though she’d been practicing for barely six months, I invited her to offer Reiki chair treatment at the Cancer Wellness Expo. And she did! The Cancer Wellness Expo was a huge success and the Reiki Room was too. Participants rated their Reiki experience high among many valuable offerings, and asked for […]

Forget Rocket League, Roller Champions is the new best PVP sports game

by koku_jin
You have to give Rocket League a lot of credit – it pioneered a new wave of action sports games. Riding that wave is Roller Champions, a new free-to-play game from Ubisoft that blends the best of Rocket League with roller derby and it’s outstanding. The basic premise of the game is that two teams of three players work together to bring a ball around an arena one, two or three times before shooting into a hoop that’s hanging on the wall. The number of times you go around the track impacts how many points each goal is worth (either one, […]

Monthly Web Development Update 6/2019: Rethinking Privacy And User Engagement

by koku_jin
Monthly Web Development Update 6/2019: Rethinking Privacy And User Engagement Monthly Web Development Update 6/2019: Rethinking Privacy And User Engagement Anselm Hannemann 2019-06-14T14:30:00+02:00 2019-06-14T16:35:46+00:00 Last week I read about the web turning into a dark forest. This made me think, and I’m convinced that there’s hope in the dark forest. Let’s stay positive about how we can contribute to making the web a better place and stick to the principle that each one of us is able to make an impact with small actions. Whether it’s you adding Webmentions, removing tracking scripts from a website, recycling plastic, picking up trash […]

Getting the best of both worlds with a hybrid smartwatch

by koku_jin
As much as we love the functionality that smartwatches offer, there’s no denying that traditional, non-smart watches look way better more often than not. Thanks to the competitive market for hybrid watches, it’s possible to get something that looks like a regular watch but still offers some of the best features of a smartwatch. If you think the hybrid life might be for you, here are the ones we recommend! Minimal beauty Skagen Connected Staff favorite Our first pick on this list is the Skagen Connected. The sleek, minimalist design is something we can’t get enough of, with the 42mm […]

Apple puts accessibility features front and center

by koku_jin
Although the meat of Apple’s accessibility news from WWDC has been covered, there still are other items announced that have relevancy to accessibility as well. Here, then, are some thoughts on Apple’s less-headlining announcements that I believe are most interesting from a disability point of view. Accessibility goes above the fold One of the tidbits I reported during the week was that Apple moved the Accessibility menu (on iOS 13 and iPadOS) to the top level of the Settings hierarchy. Instead of drilling down to Settings > General > Accessibility, the accessibility settings are now a “top level domain,” in […]

Death Stranding releases this November!

by koku_jin
Kojima’s first independent game is just as weird and mysterious as you thought it’d be. If you don’t know who Hideo Kojima is, it’s time to pay attention. He’s the creator of the world-renowned Metal Gear franchise, known best for his works with the mainline series Metal Gear Solid. Well, he left Konami, the company that controls the Metal Gear IP, and is now doing his own thing under independent label Kojima Productions. Their first work is Death Stranding, a forthcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive that not even Kojima himself can easily explain. Here’s everything we know about it so far. […]

How to Raise Your Self Worth and Trust Yourself More

by mind development scholar
When you look in the mirror, who do you see? Do you see someone you trust, admire, and believe in? Or do you see someone who is always making mistakes and falling short? The reality is who you see has little to do with what you are visually looking at. It has everything to do with what the little voice in your head is saying about you at any given time. That little voice in your head, the one is constantly judging everything… that is your self worth. Your self worth can be your best friend or your worst enemy. […]

4 Ways to Know Your Goals Are Too Small  

by mind development scholar
When deciding on long- and short-term goals, perhaps the Goldilocks and the Three Bears fable best exemplifies a healthy process. If you aim too high, not attaining them can be too hot. Aim too low, and your motivation could get cold. Setting the best goals for your needs is a lot like serving porridge, it needs to be just right. That being said, there is no right recipe or perfect temperature that works for everyone. Goals, like porridge, is not a one type fits all product. The happy medium goal for each of us can be vastly different from that […]