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Bec Sparky: Rewiring The Man’s World

[ad_1] As a child I loved watching my dad fix things around the house; they’re some of my earliest and fondest memories. I knew I wanted to follow in his footsteps, as I too loved using my hands to build and fix things. Years later, when it was time …

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3 Reasons Why Business Leaders Should Embrace Blockchain

[ad_1] Helen Souness, CEO at RMIT Online, writes for Women Love Tech about why we need to embrace blockchain. Here’s her story.  In recent months, “blockchain” has become something of a buzzword in media and social feeds due to its links to cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. It’s been hailed …

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How Airbnb Plans To Bring Magical Travel To Everyone

[ad_1] Ten years ago Airbnb co-founders Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia inflated three airbeds in their San Francisco apartment and started what has become a global phenomenon in travel. Now, it is one of the world’s largest accommodation platforms with 4.5 million places to stay in 81,000 cities. Over …

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3sixt’s New Range Of Samsung Galaxy S9

[ad_1] Following the launch of Samsung’s new Galaxy S9 (GS9) smartphone range, 3SIXT has unveiled its new range of Samsung GS9 accessories. Designed for those looking to personalise their new device and up their accessory game, the new range is are all about finding the perfect balance between style, …

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What Happens if you don’t get enough sleep? And How To Improve It

[ad_1] Dr Leonie Kirszenblat from the Queensland Brain Institute explains what happens when you don’t get enough sleep. Read her story. “As a mum of young children and a sleep researcher at UQ’s Queensland Brain Institute, I’m no stranger to the effects of sleep deprivation: fatigue, crankiness, or difficulty …

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