Day: November 13, 2019

Meditation for stress relief you’ll want to do every day

After a year-long hiatus from meditation, I’ve finally made my way back to the daily practice of “tuning into my breath.” It now feels like I’m navigating the murky waters of my mind for the very first time. But one recent morning, a virtual instructor cued me through a back-to-basics “body stress release” meditation on the Inscape app. I instantly remembered how powerful a tool the ancient practice can be.

From a comfortable sitting position, you slowly begin to tense your muscles one-by-one before releasing them with an exhale. “Progressive muscle relaxation is a deeply relaxing technique used by athletes

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Hair cutting tips from NYC’s most in-demand stylist

Hot take: As far as beauty treatments go, getting a haircut is even more personal than getting a bikini wax. While it may not involve allowing a stranger to get all up in your business while they ask you about your weekend plans, it does require trusting them with one of the cornerstones of your identity: your hair. Because if said stylist makes a mistake, you’re stuck looking at it in the mirror every day for the next three months (which is not the relationship that I, personally, have with my bikini line, though to each their own).

It’s only

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Liqid raises $28 million for adaptive resource management in datacenters

Liqid has raised $28 million for adaptive resource management to improve round-the-clock utilization of computers in datacenters.

The Broomfield, Colorado-based company creates composable datacenter infrastructure solutions and services. The money came from Panorama Point Partners, with participation from Iron Gate Capital and affiliates of DH Capital.

The investment brings the company’s total funding to $50 million. Liqid recently doubled quarter-over-quarter revenue, with record profit and a record number of customers and deployments of its comprehensive composable infrastructure solutions.

Liqid will use the funding to accelerate growth and increase budgets for hiring in operations, sales, marketing, engineering, and other business-critical functions.

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Volkswagen previews ID. Space Vizzion Concept

Volkswagen ID. Space Vizzion Concept Design Sketch Render

The seventh member of the Volkswagen ID. family of concept is a wagon variat derived from the ID. Vizzion Concept sedan presented in 2018.

Volkswagen ID. Space Vizzion Concept Design Sketch Render

Thanks to the specific openings in the front end and roof sections, which optimize the air flow, the concept features a very low Cd value that allows to achieve a range of up to 590 km (WLTP) or 300 miles (EPA).

Volkswagen ID. Space Vizzion Concept Interior Design Sketch Render

The interior combines generous space with a completely digitized cockpit that offers advanced usability.

Volkswagen ID. Space Vizzion Concept Interior Design Sketch Render

For the cabin designers made consistent use of trims made from sustainable raw materials, such as the new AppleSkin™, an artificial

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Facebook Pay unites payment service across Facebook’s apps

(Reuters) — Facebook said on Tuesday it was launching Facebook Pay, a unified payment service through which users across its platforms — including WhatsApp and Instagram — can make payments without exiting the app.

The social network said the service would allow users to send money or make a payment with security options such as PIN or biometrics on their smartphones.

CEO Mark Zuckerberg said earlier this year that the company is planning to unify the messaging infrastructure across its platforms.

He said the company would encrypt conversations on more of its messaging services and make them compatible,

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