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  • Donis Quits as APOEL Coach

    first_imgNICOSIA, Cyprus — Coach Giorgos Donis has left APOEL Nicosia after an 18-month run that saw him lead the team to a Cypriot league and cup double as well as qualification for the group stage of the Champions League.APOEL spokesman Nektarios Petevinos told The Associated Press that Donis and club management had mutually agreed to part company after a spate of poor results allowed rival Apollon Limassol to move level with the Nicosia club at the top of the standings.APOEL’s latest setback came on Jan. 5 when last-place Ayia Napa earned a 1-1 draw with an injury time equalizer.Petevinos said the search for a new coach has already begun. In a statement, Donis said his stint at APOEL was “one of the best” in his careerTweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

  • TCI Health gives 100 Cold Flu shot Free

    first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 11 Feb 2015 – Beaches Staff boosted for the Cold and Flu season as the resort gets ready for the country’s busiest tourism time. The Public Health Nurses of the Ministry of Health on Tuesday delivered 100 free vaccines to Beaches staff. Dr. Jamillah Berry, Health Planner for the country explained that it is still in the height of the cold and flu season, and that her team is committed to keeping the Turks and Caicos healthy and this was another step in spreading the word that the seasonal flu vaccine for adults and children are available at all Government operated Primary Health Care Clinics free of charge.” Magnetic Media has posted the health advice from Dr. Berry at our Facebook page, you can check out that list of one dozen tips. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:cold, dr. jamillah berry, Flu shots, public health nurses HEALTH HAS MOSQUITO GEAR & GIVING FREE FLU SHOTS Recommended for youlast_img read more

  • How Instagram Went From Idea to 1 Billion in Less Than Two

    first_imgThe entrepreneurial dream of selling a startup for megabucks came true for the founders of photo-sharing app Instagram when Facebook agreed to buy the company for $1 billion in cash and stock. It’s a remarkable outcome for a young company that still isn’t generating revenue.Facebook is betting it can leverage not only Instagram’s photo filtering and sharing services but also its skyrocketing user base. Since its launch in 2010, Instagram now has more than 30 million registered users with hundreds of millions of photos shared.Here’s a quick history of how Instagram grew from a simple idea to a $1 billion acquisition:  Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now April 10, 2012 min read This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. Related: Instagram Founders Agree to Facebook BuyoutMarch 2010: Stanford University grad Kevin Systrom closes a $500,000 seed round from Baseline Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz while working on a location-based app called Burbn.July 2010: Systrom and Mike Krieger, who also studied at Stanford, begin designing an app for sharing photos.October 2010: Systrom and Krieger launch the Instagram photo-sharing iPhone app with 80 initial users.Systrom uploads the first picture to Instagram.December 2010: Instagram announces full photo support and sharing on Foursquare.The app reaches 1 million registered users.February 2011: Users grow to 1.75 million, sharing more than 290,000 photos daily.The company raises a $7 million financing round led by Benchmark Capital and a group of angel investors including Twitter’s Jack Dorsey.Instagram releases a real-time API that allows universal sharing on any service.July 2011: Instagram’s registered users top 6 million. More than 100 million photos have been shared.August 2011: Facebook says it’s getting ready to unveil a series of its own photo filters, reportedly after a failed attempt to purchase Instagram.October 2011: One year after launch, Instagram’s number of users continues to explode, with nearly 50,000 people signing up for the service each day, Systrom says.November 2011: News reports hint that the company is seeking a $20 million valuation as it puts together another round of funding.At TechCrunch Disrupt in Beijing, Systrom says the startup’s most difficult day was its first, when the site crashed multiple times. “But it turns out people are very forgiving for something they love a lot,” he says.January 2012: From 1 million registered users at the beginning of 2011, Instagram grows to more than 15 million users. On average, 60 photos are uploaded every second, the company says. April 2012: Sequoia Capital is said to be leading a $50 million funding round for the company, valuing Instagram at $500 million.The company unveils its Instagram for Android app and says it now has more than 30 million users.Facebook announces that it has agreed to purchase Instagram for $1 billion in cash and stock.Related: Selling Your Business? Serial ‘Trep Gurbaksh Chahal Says Be Bought, Not Sold (Video) Enroll Now for Freelast_img read more