The 9 Types of Facebook Users [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Are you the Facebook stalker? The oversharer? The brand promoter? Discover the numbers behind each Facebook archetype.

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Getting High on the Avenue

Harold's Garden

ImageI often get asked how I got such a high share price so quickly.  I always laugh about that question; because I feel like it is the least and last thing that I have any control over.  I am detailed about how to build net wealth.  I am clear about how to grow dividends.  With share price, some days I ride a rocket ship and others a donkey cart.  Generally speaking I don’t do much different with my account.  I also don’t worry much about my price.  My only concession to concern about price is that I do work to avoid “red” days…I guess actually “gray” days is more accurate.  Dups decided that red freaked out folks; so he changed the down indicator to gray.  Up a little or up a lot doesn’t change much for me, but I have seen how price decline can feed on itself and really crater a…

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National Peach Ice-Cream Day

Foodimentary - National Food Holidays

Five Food Finds about Ice-Cream

  1. It takes 12 lbs. of milk to make just one gallon of ice cream.
  2. The U.S. enjoys an average of 48 pints of ice cream per person, per year, more than any other country.
  3. The ice cream cone’s invention is linked to the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis. An ice cream vendor reportedly didn’t have enough dishes to keep up with the demand, so he teamed up with a waffle vendor who rolled his waffles into cones!
  4. In 2003, Portland, Oregon bought more ice cream per person than any other U.S. city.
  5. The biggest ice cream sundae in history was made in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, in 1988, and weighed in at over 24 tons.

Today’s Food History

on this day in…

1763 John Jacob Astor was born in Waldorf, Germany. His descendants built the Waldorf-Astoria hotel.

1845 Charles Grey, 2nd Earl R.I.P. Grey (also…

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The Conundrum of Selling, Transferring and Managing EAv Profiles

Very interesting developments for Empire Avenue as a whole.

Empire Avenue Tips

selling empire avenue profilesLast week long time, actively engaged EAv user, Omar Habayeb, decided to call it quits.  But he didn’t cancel his account and let his 1 billion eaves evaporate into the virtual ether.  Instead he gave his account to Joseph Solares  who renamed it (e) SUPPORTSYS.

This sparked a firestorm of discussion in the EAv Community Discussion area and several EAv Facebook groups…

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Steve McCurry

Amazing photography!

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Nella cornice inconsueta ma così suggestiva del Museo archeologico di Santa Maria della Scala a Siena è aperta , fino a Novembre, la mostra del fotografo americano Steve McCurry.
Attraverso il suo obiettivo, McCurry ci presenta tante sfaccettature di eventi, persone, luoghi in tanti paesi e continenti. Ogni sua immagine racchiude una storia, ogni suo ritratto una vita.
Il percorso espositivo di più di 200 scatti è organizzato in cinque sezioni :Scoperta, Vertigine, Poesia, Stupore e Memoria.
Ci sono i colori dei paesaggi
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Jodhpur, India, 2007

TIBET-10745, Tibet, 2005
Tibet, 2005
i riflessi d’argento dell’acqua e la serenità in questo scatto
_SM15539, Burma, 02/2011, BURMA-10276
Inle Lake,Burma 2011

e la bellezza quasi sensuale di di certi momenti in questo bagno rituale nepalese
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Fiume Bagmati, Nepal, 1984
E poi ancora ci sono i ritratti, così intensi
_2SM9200; Omo Valley, Ethiopia, 08/2012; A Kara woman in the Omo Valley.
La valle dell’Omo, Ethiopia 2012
_2SM7415; Omo Valley, Ethiopia, 07/2012; Kara women in the Omo Valley.
Ethiopia,2012
Su tutti lo sguardo della ragazza pakistana , icona della fotografia di McCurry .
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Peshawar, Pakistan, 1984

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