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Link Fest - 26-Apr-2015

Here are some of the articles I came across this week:

This Presentation Trick Makes You Sound Brilliant Most presentations are boring, some are tolerable, a very few are memorable. The memorable ones all share a single essential characteristic--they tell a story. But what does that really mean? Everything you need to know to protect your knees
Here is a refresher on the most common knee injuries and also what you can do at home to prevent them.

5 Common Unconscious Biases That Lead To Bad Decision These mental shortcuts can unknowingly influence your thinking. Here's how you can avoid bad decisions.

Google's HR boss says the best managers practice these 9 habits
Inside The Mind Of A Successful Manager [INFOGRAPHIC]

Funny Software Testing Quotes

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Funny Software Testing Quoteshttps://www.linkedin.com/pulse/funny-software-testing-quotes-prashant-pc?trk=api%2Aa129380%2As137781%2ASent via Flipboard, your personal magazine.
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Google HR boss says asking these questions will instantly improve your job interviews

Check out this article I found on Prismatic: "Google HR boss says asking these questions will instantly improve your job interviews" http://prsm.tc/k7BTjC<quote> Managers may want to keep interviews conversational or unique — asking weird questions like "What was the last costume you wore?" — but you'll be doing both yourself and the candidate a disservice, says Google's SVP of People Operations Laszlo Bock in his new book "Work Rules!"</quote>

Four Things Investors Should Do Every Year

Four Things Investors Should Do Every Yearhttp://www.forbes.com/sites/investor/2015/04/10/four-things-investors-should-do-every-year/Sent via Flipboard, your personal magazine.
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Highbrow Starts Your Morning with an Educational Course

<quote>Highbrow sends you a short educational lesson each morning on a variety of subjects. The subjects range from food and history to philosophy and art. They'll email you a short lesson each morning and promise it takes less than five minutes to read. Most courses are ten days long. You're checking your email in the morning anyway, so you might as well expand your knowledge.</quote>http://gohighbrow.com/