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Facebook Dating Tips

1392,03,12 ساعت 21:41

Facebook Dating Tips

1. Have a picture that someone would look at and think, "Yes, I'd like to go on a date with him/her." That means a picture where your face and even body are in plain sight. That doesn't mean you in Picasso's blue period to show off your artsiness or a picture of Machu Picchu where you're a speck on a mountaintop. When you're on the date, you can share all about your Picasso mindmeld or your Machu Picchu trip.

2. Don't use a fake name or alias. Unless you're Angelina Jolie or a porn star, you don't need a stage name for privacy. It's just weird.

3. Don't have pictures of other people's babies in your profile picture. If you're single and looking to date, your primary profile picture shouldn't even have kids in it. You wouldn't introduce him to your kids on the first date (I hope!), so why be quick to introduce them virtually?

4. Don't have pictures of your other friends in your profile picture. The potential date might not know which one you are and not want to take a chance. They might be cuter or less cute. Don't be confusing. The desired response when viewing a picture is "Wow," not "Who?"

5. Your primary picture is not the voting booth. A picture of your favorite political candidate or slogan will not improve your chances.

6. Your favorite team's symbol will not help. Again, discuss your love for D Wade or the 49ers on the date.

7. A picture with a fun mask, sunglasses or a hat will be distracting and lead your potential set-up to say, "More info please." Give it to them in a picture sans large objects blocking you.

8. Pictures with the opposite sex, including your brother, cousin or boss, are not welcome here.

9. Set your relationship status to "Single." It sounds obvious, but sometimes people forget to do it. Advertise your availability.

10. Don't talk about last night's date in your Facebook status. It's a modern-day kiss-and-tell. You may not have friended each other yet, but vivid details about your date or making fun of his bad shoes or table manners will come around, if not directly, then via karma.

11. Set your privacy settings to make the basics on your profile public. Otherwise you're not searchable. You can make your albums and wall private. Making the basics unsearchable is like going to a bar to meet people, then spending the evening in the bathroom hiding.

12. Make sure you have a profile on Facebook in the first place. Facebook's been cooler, the stock price dropped and there are hipper sites, but if you're looking for love, it's odd and shady not to be there. Can a billion people be wrong?

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Top Free Online Dating Sites

1392,02,24 ساعت 19:09

It's sometimes difficult to know which websites are reputable, which ones are legitimate, and which ones are just out to take your hard-earned money. In this article, we'll take a look at a collection of dating websites that deliver a consistently balanced experience for the searcher.

Dating sites are a dime a dozen; do a cursory Web search and you'll find all sorts of Web properties that promise you the moon (for a small fee, of course).

YesNoMayB is a free online dating site that works like speed dating: you can quickly sift through photos of people and pick the ones you think are interesting, then contact them through their profiles. YesNoMayB offers free membership, but there are higher tiers of membership that do require payment.

Mingle2 is an exceedingly simple to use free online dating service; all you need to do is quickly register and you're able to find friends and/or dates within your zipcode in minutes


Top Free Online Dating Sites

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new dating sites

1392,02,06 ساعت 15:57
New dating sitesNew Online-Dating Site Matches Through Google Knowledge Graph
A new online-dating service is aiming to help people skip the first-date small talk with the power of Google's Knowledge Graph.
Dating. Simple, intuitive, and fun. Just post a date idea, connect with someone you like, ... We make it easier than any other dating site to meet new people offline ...
From Jews to Hipsters, and even Star Trek aficionados, the number of dating websites  directed at everyone's comfortable little subculture ...We are pleased to announce a new project- Dating Site ! We hope that you find on this site for new friends and friends too.

new online-dating service is aiming to help people skip the first-date small talk with the power of Google’s Knowledge Graph. Loveflutter is connecting singles by creating a real-time graph of interests — pulled from Facebook or entered manually — and matching them with other profiles containing correlating buzz words, according to Mashable.

Interested in action flicks? Loveflutter helps you find people who list The Terminator and Die Hard as their favorite movies, giving you a little more fodder than the usual icebreakers. “Loveflutter takes the nervousness out of online dating and helps people get on their first date,” Daigo Smith, one of Loveflutter’s co-founders, told Mashable.

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stretching your body guide 2011

1391,06,16 ساعت 02:16

stretching your body guide 2011

Remember that overstretching (very hard stretching) causes more harm than good. Some-times a muscle becomes stiff from overstretching. Stretching can reduce muscle tone, and
when tone is reduced, the body compensates by making the muscle even tighter. For each
progression, start with the position that is the least stiff and progress only when, after several
days of stretching, you notice a consistent lack of stiffness during the exercise. This means
that you should stretch both the agonist muscles (the muscles that cause a movement) and
antagonist muscles (the muscles that oppose a movement or do the opposite movement).
Also, remember that although you may have greater stiffness in one direction (right versus
left), you need to stretch both sides so that you maintain proper muscle balance.

The muscles in the neck are involved primarily in supporting or moving the head. The head movements
are fl exion (head tilted forward), extension (head tilted backward), lateral fl exion and exten-sion (head up and back sideward), and rotation. Since the muscles in the neck come in right
and left pairings, all of the neck muscles are involved with lateral fl exion and extension. For
example, the right sternocleidomastoid helps perform right lateral fl exion, and the left ster-nocleidomastoid helps perform right lateral extension. Illustrations showing the muscles and
movements as well as a chart showing which muscles do a specifi c movement are located
at the end of the chapter (pages 6-7).
When people think about doing stretching exercises, they seldom consider the neck
muscles. Neck fl exibility probably does not cross your mind until you discover that you have
a stiff neck. A stiff neck is commonly associated with sleeping in a strange position (such as
on a long fl ight), but a stiff neck can result from almost any type of physical activity. This is
especially true for any activity where the head must be held in a constant stable position.
Thus, a stiff neck can also have a negative effect in sports where head position is important
(such as golf) or where rapid head movements are important for tracking the fl ight of an
object (such as in racket sports). Poor neck fl exibility usually results from holding the head
in the same position for long periods. In addition, a fatigued neck muscle can stiffen up after
exercise. The following exercises can help keep the neck from stiffening up after exercise,
unusual postures, or awkward sleep positions.
Since all of the major muscles in the neck are involved in neck rotation, it is fairly easy
to stretch the neck muscles. The fi rst consideration when choosing a particular neck stretch
should be whether greater stiffness occurs with fl exion or extension. Therefore, the fi rst
two exercise groups are concerned with these specifi c actions. Once you achieve greater
fl exibility in either pure fl exion or pure extension, then you can add a stretch that includes
lateral movement. In other words, to increase the fl exibility of the neck extensors, start
with the neck extensor stretch and then, as fl exibility increases, add the neck extensor and
rotation stretch

In the programs that appear in the following section, specific instructions are given relating
to the time to hold the stretch and time to rest between each stretch, as well as the number
of repetitions you should do. You should follow these instructions in order to get the benefits
described. For example, if the instructions indicate that you should hold a stretch position for
10 seconds, time (or count out) the stretch to ensure that you hold it for the recommended
time. Also, you should incorporate only two to four heavier stretching days in each week
and have a lighter stretching day in between each of the heavier stretching days.
Finally, for any stretch involving sitting or lying down, you should do the stretch with a
cushion underneath you, such as a carpet or athletic mat. Cushioning makes the exercises
more comfortable to perform. However, the cushioning should be firm. Too soft of a cushion
will reduce the effectiveness of the stretches.

Recommended Programs
The following programs are specific stretching recommendations and are based on your
initial flexibility. In addition to following the programs listed, you should follow the
general recommendations listed previously. Stay on each level for two to four weeks
before going to the next level.

Because of the complexity of muscle attachments, many stretching exercises simultane-ously affect a variety of muscle groups in the body and stretch the muscle groups around
multiple joints. Thus, a small change in body position can change the nature of a stretch on
any particular muscle. To get the maximal stretching benefit in any muscle, it is helpful to
know joint movements that each muscle can do. Putting the joint through the full range of
each motion allows for maximal stretching.
You can customize the exercises in this book, which will allow for numerous stretch
combinations. Also, this book illustrates only a portion of the available stretches. You are
encouraged to experiment with these stretches by following the explanations provided.
Information is also provided to enable you to explore a variety of positions in order to stretch
the muscle by slightly altering the angles and directions of the various body positions. Thus,
you can adapt the stretching exercises to fit your individual needs and desires. For example,
if you have soreness in only one of the muscles or just a part of the muscle, you can adapt
each exercise to stretch that particular muscle. If the explained stretch or particular body
position does not stretch a particular muscle as much as you want it to, then experiment
by slightly altering the position. Keep making alterations in the position until you reach the
desired level of stretch (using a pain scale rating).

For the programs outlined in this introduction, you should begin with the initial program, or
level I, and then progress through to level V. However, you may customize this program
according to your current level of experience and flexibility. Generally, working through each
level at the recommended speed will result in meaningful and consistent workouts. After
such workouts, you will find improved flexibility in the muscles you worked as well as the
satisfaction of having done something beneficial.
Intensity is always a critical factor when you want changes and improvements to come
from an exercise program. In a stretching routine, intensity is controlled by the amount of
pain associated with the stretch. Using a pain scale from 0 to 10, initial pain is light (scale of
1 to 3) and usually dissipates as the time of stretching is extended. Light stretching occurs
when you stretch a particular muscle group only to a point where you feel the stretch with
an associated light pain. Moderate stretching (scale of 4 to 6) occurs when you start to feel
increased, or “medium,” pain in the muscle you’re stretching. In heavy stretching (scale of
7 to 10), you will initially experience a moderate to heavy pain at the start of the stretch,
but this pain slowly dissipates as stretching continues. Research studies have shown that
heavier stretches rather than lighter stretches provide greater improvements in flexibility
and strength. Thus, you are the key to your own success, and how well you are able to
monitor stretch intensity and tolerate the pain level determines how quick and large the
improvements will be.

The following are several chronic training benefits gained from using a regular stretching
• Improved flexibility, stamina (muscular endurance), and muscular strength. The degree
of benefit depends on how much stress is put on the muscle. Medium or heavy
stretches are recommended. You can do this by building up to doing long stretches
of high intensity (see the next section for a detailed explanation of light, medium,
and heavy stretching).
• Reduced muscle soreness, aches, and pains. Use only very light stretches if muscle
soreness prevails.
• Improved flexibility with the use of static or PNF stretches. Medium or heavy stretches
are recommended.
• Good muscular and joint mobility.
• More efficient muscular movements and fluidity of motion.
• Greater ability to exert maximum force through a wider range of motion.
• Prevention of some lower back problems.
• Improved appearance and self-image.
• Improved body alignment and posture.
• Better warm-up and cool-down in an exercise session.

Types of Stretching
In general, any movement that requires moving a body part to the point at which there
is an increase in the movement of a joint can be called a stretching exercise. Stretching
can be done either actively or passively. Active stretching occurs when the person doing
the stretch is the one holding the body part in the stretched position. Passive stretching
occurs when someone else moves the person to the stretch position and then holds the
person in the position for a set time. The four major types of stretches are static,

proprio-ceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), ballistic, and dynamic.

Stand upright with weight balanced on the left leg.
Place the right leg on a table, bench, or object that is about even with the
height of the hips.
While keeping the right knee straight, rotate the body sideways so that the
trunk and the left leg face 90 degrees away from the raised right leg (allow
the right leg to rotate so that the right knee points to the side). Point the
left knee and toes forward (directly in front of the hips).
Bend the left knee slightly, but keep the right knee straight.
Hang both arms down in front of the left leg with the palms close to the floor.
Alternatively, place the left hand over the left knee and the right hand on
the lateral (outer) side of the right knee (as illustrated).
Bend the trunk slightly forward toward the left knee.

The static stretch is used most often. In static stretching, one stretches a particular muscle or group of muscles by
slowly moving the body part into position and then holding the stretch for a set time.
Since the static stretch begins with a relaxed muscle and then applies the stretch slowly,
static stretching does not activate the stretch reflex (the knee jerk seen when the tendon
is tapped with a mallet). Activation of the stretch reflex causes the stretched muscle to
contract instead of elongate. This contraction of the muscle is directly opposite of the intent
of the exercise. PNF stretching refers to a stretching technique in which a fully contracted
muscle is stretched by moving a limb through the joint’s range of motion. After moving
through the complete range of motion, the muscle is relaxed and rested before resuming
the procedure. The combination of muscle contraction and stretching serves to relax the
muscles used to maintain muscle tone. This relaxation allows for increased flexibility by
“quieting” the internal forces in both the muscles that assist and the ones that oppose the
movement of the joint in the desired direction. Ballistic stretching uses muscle contractions
to force muscle elongation through bobbing movements where there is no pause at any
point in the movement. Although the bobbing movement quickly elongates the muscle
with each repetition, the bobbing also activates the stretch reflex (or knee jerk) response.
Since the stretch reflex stimulates the muscle groups to contract after the stretch is finished,
ballistic stretching is usually discouraged. Dynamic stretching refers to the stretching that
occurs while performing sport-specific movements. Dynamic stretching is similar to ballistic
stretching in that both use fast body movements to cause muscle stretch, but dynamic
stretching does not employ bouncing or bobbing. Additionally, dynamic stretching uses
only the muscle actions specific to a sport. Practically speaking, dynamic stretching is similar
to performing a sport-specific warm-up (that is, performing the movements required for
the activity but at a lower intensity).

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stockhomian - استکهلمیان

1391,04,14 ساعت 09:59

stockhomian - استکهلمیان

چند سالی است که با سایت خبری «استکهلمیان دات کام» stockhomian که مسقط ­الرأس خبرنویسانش ظاهرن در استکهلم سوئد است آشنائی دارم و گاه گاه مرتکب این عمل ظاهرن خلاف و ناشایست می ­شدم که به خبرهای آن سری بزنم. خلاف و ناشایست از این جهت که گویا خواست گردانندگان این سایت این است که خوانندگان شان دست­چین شده، لال و بی ­پرسش باشند. لال و بی ­پرسش در برابر خبرهائی دست­چین شده با زوایای تجاری-سیاسی، گاه با تیترهای هیجانی به سبک رنگین ­نامه­ های زرد.

این سایت که جا به جا هم تلاش دارد تا اصول خبررسانی و روزنامه ­نویسی را آموزش بدهد و در زیر هر خبرش این کلیشه را می­ چسباند که:
«تمامی حقوق برای استکهلمیان
stockhomian  محفوظ است. بیان شفاهی بخش یا تمامی یک مطلب از استکهلمیان در رادیو, تلویزیون و مشابه آن با ذکر واضح «استکهلمیان دات کام» بعنوان منبع مجاز است. هر گونه  استفاده  کتبی از بخش یا تمامی یک مطالب از استکهلمیان در سایتهای اینترنتی در صورت قرار دادن لینک مستقیم و قابل «کلیک» به آن مطلب در استکهلمیان مجاز بوده و در رسانه های چاپی نیز در صورت چاپ واضح «استکهلمیان دات کام» بعنوان منبع مجاز است.»
در کنار این سایت خبررسانی، کلوبی هم در جامعۀ مجازی فیس بوک stockhomian باز کرده ­اند و این طور که خود می­ گویند این کلوب فقط برای دوستدارانشان است.
تا اینجای قضیه اگر از خبرهای نخ­ نمایشان بگذریم که می ­گذریم، ظاهرن مشکلی در کار نیست جز مشکل اصلی این سایت که همانا مخفی بودن گردانندگانش است و مجهول بودن هویت آن­ ها. استکهلمیان دات کام خوانندگانِ خبرهایشان را برای اظهار نظر به صفحۀ فیس بوکی ­شان رجوع می ­دهند. عضویت من هم در صفحۀ فیس­بوکی­ شان برای طرح چند پرسش در مورد خبر تهییجی و بی ­اساسی بود که در سایت خبریشان درج شده بود.
صفحۀ فیس­بوکی این سایت روز شنبه ٢٢ ژانویه ٢٠١١ با درج اطلاعیه ­ای به اعضایش اطلاع داده بود که کسانی که هویت جعلی دارند را حذف می­ کنند. از آن جائی که خود بنده همیشه و در همه حال به رغم فشارهای انواع و اقسام مستبدین طرفدار علنیت بودم روح این موضوع مورد پذیرشم بود. اما این که یک جریانِ بی ­هویت یا مجهول­ الهویت از دیگران بخواهد هویت خود را برایشان آشکار کنند به نظرم کمی بیش از اندکی بودار آمد. کوتاه و در یک جملۀ پنج-شش کلمه­ ای برایشان نوشتم که هویت خودتان چی؟
ظاهرن همین یک پرسش کوچک گردانندگان سایت و کلوب استکهلمیان stockhomian را سر خشم آورد و تا مرز رو شدن کامل ماهیت­ شان، آن ­ها را پیش برد.
ابتدا چند جملۀ پرناسزا نوشتند خطاب به آسیاب بادی که می­ خواهد دلالی محبت آن­ ها را بر هم زند و در خانه ­ای که اعضای آن برای محبت کردن و کمک به همدیگر جمع شده ­اند رخنه کرده ­اند و همان جا با لحنی شداد و غلاظ وعده داده­ اند که «در بیرون انداختن اینگونه افراد درنگ نخواهیم کرد.»
آقایان استکهلمیان دات کام! چنین لحنی اصولن شایستۀ یک انسان متمدن نیست. انسانی که در یک جامعۀ متمدن زندگی می کند حتا اگر نسل اندر نسل را دیکتاتور زیسته باشد، کوچکترین مسئولیتش این است که از سخن گفتن به شیوۀ دیکتاتورها خودداری کند. گفتن یا نوشتن این که «در بیرون انداختن اینگونه افراد…» تنها در شأن دیکتاتورهاست و دیکتاتورزاده.
از این ها گذشته چرا در پرده حرف می زنید؟ چه کسانی برای نفرت پراکنی و خالی کردن عقده های شخصی اینجا -به نثر خودتان- رو می ­خواهند بمانند. آن ­ها چگونه می خواهند شما را به گند بکشند و جاهای دیگری که -باز به نثر خودتان- رفته ­اند و به گند کشیده اند چه جاهای دیگری بوده و چگونه -باز به لفظ خودتان- به گند کشیده­ اند؟ البته بوی این نوشته ظاهرن مشام خودتان را هم آزرد، چون حذفش کردید.
اصولن حرف های کلی و بی پشتوانه چیزی جز ناسزا نیست. برای شیرفهم کردن مطلب به گردانندگان این سایت خبری باید توضیح دهم که ناسزا همان فحش است.
استفاده از آزادی بیان بهانه نیست دوستان! استفاده از آزادی بیان یک حق شهروندی است. دیکتاتورهای ریش و پشم­دار و مقتدرش هم با همۀ توپ و تانک و زندان و دستگاه های سرکوبشان هیچ وقت به درستی قادر به خفه کردن آن نبوده ­اند حالا شما می خواهید با یک صفت دست مالی شدۀ «سوءاستفاده» با آن در بیفتید؟  راستی شما با چه کسانی درگیر هستید و از چه احساس خطر می کنید که «در بیرون انداختن اینگونه افراد حتی لحظه ­ای درنگ نخواهید کرد»؟
آقایان استکهلمیان دات کام، شما سال هاست سایتی را می گردانید که ظاهرن خبری است. حال از این نیز می گذریم که زوایای خبرهایتان به چه کیفیتی است یا اصولن دانش تان در چه سطحی است. وقتی که خبر پخش می کنید باید بپذیرید که کسانی از شما بخواهند تا مثلن دربارۀ منبع خبرتان توضیح دهید. چنین کسی احتمالن خیال بر هم زدن محبت­ سرای شما را، آن هم با نفرت پراکنی و خالی کردن عقده های شخصی، نداشته باشد. راستی مگر شما چه کسانی هستید که فکر می کنید عده ­ای می خواهند محبت ­سرایتان را به هم بزنند. اگر این بساطی که علم کرده­ اید یک سایت خبری stockholmian است و پشت بندش هم یک اجتماع اینترنتی برای تبلیغ و تقویت همان سایت راه می ­اندازید، که باید «در بیرون انداختن» اندکی درنگ کنید و حتا در نوشتن و گفتنش. نمی شود فقط از مردم بخواهید کالایتان را بخرند و از کیفیتش پرسش یا انتقاد نکنند.

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