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Do you love golf? The Asian Tour stops in Jakarta, Indonesia this week as top Asian golfers, along with star players compete for the US$750,000 purse in the CIMB NIAGA #IndonesianMasters. Past champions include: England’s Lee Westwood (‘11 & ‘12) and defending champion Bernd Wiesberger of Austria. This year is the fourth installment of Indonesia’s most prestigious professional golf tournament and the event is televised globally on Golf Channel.

Do you love golf? The Asian Tour stops in Jakarta, Indonesia this week as top Asian golfers, along with star players compete for the US$750,000 purse in the CIMB NIAGA #IndonesianMasters. Past champions include: England’s Lee Westwood (‘11 & ‘12) and defending champion Bernd Wiesberger of Austria. This year is the fourth installment of Indonesia’s most prestigious professional golf tournament and the event is televised globally on Golf Channel.

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The debate - Unfriend or Unfollow? It’s happening on Facebook. After a long wait, you will soon be able to unfollow friends whose updates you’d like to remove from your newsfeed. The new feature will replace the “Hide All” button, freeing your Facebook newsfeed of the unwanted or meaningless rants by your friends. The “Unfollow Button” will be available to desktop users in the coming weeks and on Facebook’s mobile apps for iOS and Android next year. 
Source: TechCrunch

The debate - Unfriend or Unfollow? It’s happening on Facebook. After a long wait, you will soon be able to unfollow friends whose updates you’d like to remove from your newsfeed. The new feature will replace the “Hide All” button, freeing your Facebook newsfeed of the unwanted or meaningless rants by your friends. The “Unfollow Button” will be available to desktop users in the coming weeks and on Facebook’s mobile apps for iOS and Android next year. 

Source: TechCrunch

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Whether it’s true or not, most people are judged by their bags the minute they enter the airport. And like their automobile, size is everything.  That’s because the choice in bag says as much about his or her packing skills as their ability to make practical and stylistic decisions.

So you’ll want something that carries all your necessities, is convenient to haul all over the world, and doesn’t look tattered when coupled with your traveling attire. These bags from the JanSport x Benny Gold x Pendleton ‘Native’ Collection should answer the call. Available globally. 

www.jansport.com or www.bennygold.com

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Off the beaten … Path is one social platform in particular Indonesian’s love more than others. The nation comprises 17,508 islands in Southeast Asia and is the third-largest country in Path’s 12-million-person global network. We checked in January of this year and over 40% of all Path users are Indonesian. The US-based social network is working with Indonesia’s local Sony Mobile Communications to pre-install the app on the new Xperia Z Ultra mobile units. In addition, the company is in talks with local telecommunication providers to help boost popularity in the country. Indonesians are connected and social individuals, at least digitally. Ask any Indonesian with his/her face in front of a mobile device and chances are they are updating their ‘Path.’ We will continue to monitor the situation, considering nearly all our friends and colleagues are actively using the network. -SI

Off the beaten … Path is one social platform in particular Indonesian’s love more than others. The nation comprises 17,508 islands in Southeast Asia and is the third-largest country in Path’s 12-million-person global network. We checked in January of this year and over 40% of all Path users are Indonesian. The US-based social network is working with Indonesia’s local Sony Mobile Communications to pre-install the app on the new Xperia Z Ultra mobile units. In addition, the company is in talks with local telecommunication providers to help boost popularity in the country. Indonesians are connected and social individuals, at least digitally. Ask any Indonesian with his/her face in front of a mobile device and chances are they are updating their ‘Path.’ We will continue to monitor the situation, considering nearly all our friends and colleagues are actively using the network. -SI

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The 2013 ESPN ESPY Awards were held at The Nokia Theatre in L.A last night. The 20th annual awards presentation, short for Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly, recognizes the best in the world of sports, with fans determining the winners. The event dominated social media with celebs and athletes turning to Twitter and Instagram to share the fun in real-time. Pictured above - Tennis star Maria Sharapova, Minnesota Vikings running-back Adrian Peterson, recipient of Best Comeback Athlete Award, and actor Kevin Bacon backstage at The ESPY Awards. 

The 2013 ESPN ESPY Awards were held at The Nokia Theatre in L.A last night. The 20th annual awards presentation, short for Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly, recognizes the best in the world of sports, with fans determining the winners. The event dominated social media with celebs and athletes turning to Twitter and Instagram to share the fun in real-time. Pictured above - Tennis star Maria Sharapova, Minnesota Vikings running-back Adrian Peterson, recipient of Best Comeback Athlete Award, and actor Kevin Bacon backstage at The ESPY Awards. 

(Source: zimbio.com)

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