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  • There are plenty of theories floating about concerning the best methods for beating jetlag, very few of which come backed up with any serious scientific clout.

    This answer accepted by test2. on 21st September 2018 Earned 15 points.

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  • The SQL below should work:

    SELECT*FROM Table1 a 
    WHERE(
              acos(sin(a.Latitude *0.0175)* sin(YOUR_LATITUDE_X *0.0175)+ cos(a.Latitude *0.0175)* cos(YOUR_LATITUDE_X *0.0175)*    
                     cos((YOUR_LONGITUDE_Y *0.0175)-(a.Longitude *0.0175)))*3959<= YOUR_RADIUS_INMILES
          )
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  • Anyone who’s ever accidentally downloaded a large email while on holiday will attest to the ridiculousness of data roaming charges, and though there’s no indication from the networks that they’re working on putting things right, there are measures you can take to avoid an end-of-month sting. Once installed, this app drastically reduces the amount of data required to perform everyday tasks, such as retrieving email and posting to Facebook. We’re not entirely sure how it manages such a feat – we just know that it works and we’re not about to complain.
    Available on iPhone (free) and Android (free)

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  • WeatherPro

    An intuitive app offering weather reports for well over two million geographical locations, feeding in everything from cloud formations and atmospheric pressure to wind speed and humidity, all in enough detail to leave Michael Fish clammy-palmed with excitement. It’s also accurate to the point of clairvoyance, so if you’re travelling to Berlin and it predicts rain, pack your best umbrella.
    Available on iPhone (£2.49), Android (£1.99) and Windows Phone (£2.29)

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  • FlightTrack

    Follow the path of thousands of international flights on slick, zoomable maps, with detailed information on departure gates, delays and (heaven forbid) cancellations. Great for those anticipating the arrival of loved ones, or particularly nerdy train-spotters looking to up their game.
    Available on iPhone (£2.99), iPad (£2.99), Android (£2.99) and Windows Phone (£3.99)


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  • RE: What are the best mobile apps for traveling?

    TouristEye is a little different; instead of helping you organize your trip or helping you find the best prices and options for your trip, it helps you build a “wishlist” of destinations where you’d like to travel and experiences you’d like to have. It doesn’t have to be as fancy as a once-in-a-lifetime trip, either: the app is great for planning your annual family vacation (if you get to take one, that is), or if you want to just take a few day trips here or there. Of course, you can build your bucket-list of places you want to see before you die, and you can share that list with friends or family and collaborate with them on them. They can add waypoints and things to check out in the area, specific things to do when you’re there, and together you can plan a trip together. Then, when you’re on the road, you can look back over those plans with detailed information, links, maps, and more.

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  • Asked on 5th June 2014 in Business.

    It’s hard to get ahead if you have debts of any kind hanging over your head. Student loans and credit card debt needs to be paid off as soon as possible. The average annual percentage rates vary anywhere between 20% and 30% which means the balance will end up keep growing if you don’t get on top of it sooner rather than later.

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  • Asked on 5th June 2014 in Business.

    Available from most financial institutions, IRAs are customizable financial plans that you can set up to start saving for the future. If you want to end up saving an amount of money that ends with nine zeroes, you need to do this as soon as possible. You’ll accrue interest on your savings and elect to take an amount of risk in investments to make money off the money you have.

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  • Asked on 5th June 2014 in Business.

    It takes money to make money. Take a certain amount of money out of your paycheck as soon as you get paid and put it in a savings account, to be used for future investments or to simply collect interest.

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  • In short, music costs money for you because there are people who are better than you at it. This is basically the same reason why your car (probably) wasn’t free: you wanted a car that actually functioned at a high level, and the one you could have built with your bare hands out of materials you’d gathered yourself just wasn’t good enough. So you bought the higher-level work of a professional. Nobody charges you for whistling melodies you’ve made up to yourself–but if you want something that’s been vetted as the highest-level work, by millions of people, you need to pay for it or learn how to do it yourself.

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