Today we review the social media app named Jestr. Jestr is a social media app built by comedians, but it’s for everyone. Share jokes with your friends and links to online content that make you laugh, check out the top trending humor among your friends and the world, and discovery jokes by new, rising comedy stars. Think of it as social media without all the negativity.
Do you think your friends aren’t funny? Than the Jestr App is probably not for you. If on the other hand your friends are rising comedy stars than the Jestr App is definitely something you should download. The app lets you share jokes with your friend or that hilarious video you found on Youtube. The IOS App gets a 5 out of 5 rating out of 15 reviewers.
To me this app seems like a great idea. Who else gets tired of the endless rants and raves on social media. There needs to be more comedy in everyone’s life and this app may just succeed in this pursuit.
If you would like to download the App for your iPhone visit: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jestr/id975003446?mt=8
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An Indiegogo campaign has been launched to raise funds for the development of Whopple, a new and rewarding social sharing network designed to financially benefit its members. The platform allows social media users to capitalize on their activity through a unique sponsorship network. Users have the opportunity to not only engage with sub-sites that feature content of interest, but also sponsor them.
“Whopple is going to change the way you think about social media sharing,” said Jeff Baugh, founder. “For years I have wanted to build a better and entertaining method of earning an income online. With Whopple, you build themed sub-sites and share favorites just like you would on Facebook or Pinterest and you get paid to sponsor sites on the network.”
To join, users sign up at Whopple and choose a unique name for their site. It is recommended, but not required, that users build sites that are theme-specific. Once their site is established, they can begin sharing and finding other sites on topics of interest which they can request to sponsor. Users are allowed to sponsor up to six sites per every one site that they build.
Paid Whopple users participate in the platform’s sponsorship network starting at $25 per month with the basic package. This level is geared towards the every day social sharing person and includes the ability to post status updates and turn their favorite news feeds and social feeds into RSS feeds on their websites. The package also gives them access to a blogging platform powered by WordPress, a question and answer application, Wiki pages and a custom post type creator.
A business package is available for $250 per month and includes all of the tools featured in the basic package, plus tools for running a niche commerce website. Business package tools include a shopping cart system and store builder, membership manager, classified ads application, appointment management application, fundraiser application, job and freelance work posting application and professional and business profile publishing.
Free, affiliate-only packages are available for users who don’t want to participate in the sponsorship network but still enjoy the fun of Whopple. They have the ability to earn a reoccurring affiliate commission on members they refer to the website.
The founder of Whopple has established a crowdfunding goal of $25,000 primarily to support the cost of hosting a high traffic social media network. A portion of the funds raised will also be invested in marketing and graphic design.
Contributions of $1 or more will be rewarded. Perks include a shout out on the company’s Facebook community page, early adapter status, which includes an increase in sponsorship bonus earnings and affiliate earnings, handwritten thank you notes, bumper stickers, discounts on monthly membership fees, placement on a special curated page, and official t-shirts and badges.
For more information about Whopple and to participate in the crowdfunding campaign, visit the Indiegogo campaign page: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/you-need-to-whopple/#/
The theory of cryonics has been around for many years, although cryotherapy is relatively new and becoming a trend, especially among athletes.
So What Exactly Is Cryotherapy?
In order to understand cryotherapy, one needs to first have a brief understanding of cryonics. In an article on cryonics, Wikipedia states:
“…the modern era of cryonics began in 1962 when Michigan college physics teacher Robert Ettinger proposed in a privately published book, The Prospect of Immortality, that freezing people may be a way to reach future medical technology. (The book was republished in 2005 and remains in print.) Even though freezing a person is apparently fatal, Ettinger argued that what appears to be fatal today may be reversible in the future.”
The practice of cryotherapy was an outshoot of cryonics. Today there are various methods used for cryotherapy.
The technology of whole body cryotherapy began in 1978 in Japan. It was developed and used for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. From Japan, cryotherapy spread to Europe where more advanced studies developed further uses for cryotherapy.
Whole body cryotherapy is usually performed by clinicians and takes the place of cold water immersion or ice packs. The individual receiving the therapy wears minimal clothing, gloves, a woolen headband that covers the ears and a nose and mouth mask. Dry shoes and socks protect the feet. The person will then enter a chamber where they are exposed to extremely cold dry air that reaches temperatures of -100 ? C for 2 -4 minutes. In some cases the whole body cryotherapy allows the individuals head and neck to be free above the chamber.
What Medical Conditions Are Helped by Cryotherapy?
As mentioned earlier, cryotherapy has gained most of its credibility for relieving athletic aches and pains. As the technology keeps advancing though, cryotherapy uses also advance. The following list shows some of the most popular ways people are being helped through cryotherapy:
Muscle Soreness and Stiffness
Muscle and Injury Recovery
Skin and Facial Treatments
Diseases like MS and Cancer
Why Do People Choose Cryotherapy and Does Medical Insurance Pay for Cryotherapy?
People from all walks of life have chosen to try cryotherapy for various reasons. It seems that once a person gets over the initial apprehension of allowing their body temperature to be so drastically reduced, they come out of a session as a true believer.
Scott K, from California states:
“I’m 51 years old and this…is the fountain of youth…my stress level is down and I sleep much better. I’ve had some various nagging aches and pains for years that have all cleared up. I also find that I have more energy working out.”
Hailey C, from Nevada, who regularly has cryofacials, says:
“The Hydrafacial took about 30 minutes and made such a difference in my skin! My aesthetician, Lora, explained the whole process and was very nice! At the end of the treatment she showed me everything she got out of my skin during the treatment so I knew it worked well!
The Cryofacial felt very relaxing and helped to tighten my pores.”
An athlete, Jeff D, claims cryotherapy works better than more traditional treatments:
“I have chronic back pain and tons of sports related injuries and this…really works. The chamber treatments are awesome and the localized treatments really work and help get rid of dull pain that simply ice and ibuprofen would not take away.”
While medical insurance policies in many European countries recognize treatment through cryotherapy, the United States health insurance companies still do not reimburse for whole body cryotherapy. Down the road, however, as cryotherapy continues to become a more accepted medical treatment, health insurance companies in the US will have to reevaluate their policies.
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