Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Updated and Working Free AddMeFast Script For 2017

Technology

addmefast scripts

AddMeFast is a very popular service for increasing your social media presence. You can increase your Facebook likes, post shares or get more Twitter followers or retweets for your tweet. You can get website views, Stumbleupon views, Instagram followers and likes. Pinterest followers and repins are also available. Plus its the only service we found that also gives you VK and Ok.ru followers!

addmefast script

Anyways, enough about AddMeFast.com, I am sure most of you already knew all this. We have created 2 cool iMacro scripts for AddMeFast and we are giving it for free! They are safe to use (enough wait is added and it doesn’t look spammy). If you are not aware how to use it to automate your social media accounts growth, we’ll explain it just below, but first, let us tell you about the features of both the scripts and you can chose which one you like better (or maybe you can use both!)

  1. Stealth AddMeFast 2017 Script: What this does is, only likes posts and follows people. It does NOT post anything from your accounts so you can use this on your main accounts. What it’ll do is this: 1st, It’ll like 3 Tweets, then follow 3 people on Twitter, then like 3 Instagram pictures, after that it’ll follow 5 people on Instagram, then follow 3 people on Pinterest, subscribe to 5 Youtubers, like 3 FB pages and in the end follow 3 people on Stumbleupon. After that it’ll repeat. By deault, it’ll rerun the script 99 times, but you can change it in the iMacro settings.
  2. Full AddMeFast 2017 Beast Script: We don’t recommend to use this one for your main accounts, otherwise they may look spammy. This will do almost everything on Addmefast. Post, Share, Like, Subscribe, Repin etc etc. You’ll get a LOT of points and its faster then the stealth script. Use it on your own risk.

Related: The perfect imacro script for addmefast – FREE!

How To Use These Scripts:

  1. Get a separate browser (its not necessary but its more convenient, because in that browser, all your secondary/fake profiles can be loaded. We recommend Comodo Icedragon or FireFox. NOT chrome, but chrome works too)
  2. GoTo addons or extensions and install iMacro (its free)
  3. Login with your AddMeFast account. If you already have one, then login.
  4. For the Stealth script, make fake profiles and log on to StumbleUpon, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. Even if you don’t want/make an account in the above mentioned sites, its ok, but the script will run and you’ll waste your time. For the Beast script, make accounts on every social media present on Addmefast.
  5. Download the scripts from the below given script and paste them in your Documents/iMacro/Macros folder.
  6. Double click or Run the script
  7. Minimize the browser & forget about it 🙂 Enjoy the free points! Oh and after a while, do go to Bonus Points on Addmefast, as after 50 activities, you can get a big bonus 🙂

That’s it, see below for the download links and use the coupon ‘gadgtecsgift1‘ to get them for free!

Stealth addmefast scriptGoto Stealth AddMeFast 2017 Script – Add it in your cart and use code ‘gadgtecsgift1‘ to get it for free!

Goto Full AddMeFast 2017 Beast Script – Add it in your cart and use code ‘gadgtecsgift1‘ to get it for free! (in progress)

Scripts have been last checked on 16th August, 2017 and everything is working. If you need anything specific, comment below or contact GadgTecs via email.

 

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Updated and Working Free AddMeFast Script For 2017

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AddMeFast is a very popular service for increasing your social media presence. You can increase your Facebook likes, post shares or get more Twitter followers or retweets for your tweet. You can get website views, Stumbleupon views, Instagram followers and likes. Pinterest followers and repins are also available. Plus its the only service we found that also gives you VK and Ok.ru followers!

addmefast script

Anyways, enough about AddMeFast.com, I am sure most of you already knew all this. We have created 2 cool iMacro scripts for AddMeFast and we are giving it for free! They are safe to use (enough wait is added and it doesn't look spammy). If you are not aware how to use it to automate your social media accounts growth, we'll explain it just below, but first, let us tell you about the features of both the scripts and you can chose which one you like better (or maybe you can use both!)

  1. Stealth AddMeFast 2017 Script: What this does is, only likes posts and follows people. It does NOT post anything from your accounts so you can use this on your main accounts. What it'll do is this: 1st, It'll like 3 Tweets, then follow 3 people on Twitter, then like 3 Instagram pictures, after that it'll follow 5 people on Instagram, then follow 3 people on Pinterest, subscribe to 5 Youtubers, like 3 FB pages and in the end follow 3 people on Stumbleupon. After that it'll repeat. By deault, it'll rerun the script 99 times, but you can change it in the iMacro settings.

  2. Full AddMeFast 2017 Beast Script: We don't recommend to use this one for your main accounts, otherwise they may look spammy. This will do almost everything on Addmefast. Post, Share, Like, Subscribe, Repin etc etc. You'll get a LOT of points and its faster then the stealth script. Use it on your own risk.

Related: The perfect imacro script for addmefast - FREE!

How To Use These Scripts:


  1. Get a separate browser (its not necessary but its more convenient, because in that browser, all your secondary/fake profiles can be loaded. We recommend Comodo Icedragon or FireFox. NOT chrome, but chrome works too)

  2. GoTo addons or extensions and install iMacro (its free)

  3. Login with your AddMeFast account. If you already have one, then login.

  4. For the Stealth script, make fake profiles and log on to StumbleUpon, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. Even if you don’t want/make an account in the above mentioned sites, its ok, but the script will run and you’ll waste your time. For the Beast script, make accounts on every social media present on Addmefast.

  5. Download the scripts from the below given script and paste them in your Documents/iMacro/Macros folder.

  6. Double click or Run the script

  7. Minimize the browser & forget about it 🙂 Enjoy the free points! Oh and after a while, do go to Bonus Points on Addmefast, as after 50 activities, you can get a big bonus 🙂

That's it, see below for the download links and use the coupon 'gadgtecsgift1' to get them for free!

Stealth addmefast scriptGoto Stealth AddMeFast 2017 Script - Add it in your cart and use code 'gadgtecsgift1' to get it for free!


Goto Full AddMeFast 2017 Beast Script - Add it in your cart and use code 'gadgtecsgift1' to get it for free! (in progress)


Scripts have been last checked on 16thAugust, 2017 and everything is working. If you need anything specific, comment below or contact GadgTecs via email.


 

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Tuesday, 15 August 2017

A 43% Chance That Statistics Never Lie

Technology

37% Of All Stats is made up

Nearly half of the world’s population makes a below-average earning.

This totally shocked me. I was under the impression that almost half of the world’s population makes an above-average earning. But then I discovered it is the other way round. I phoned my Uncle James.

“Almost half the world’s population makes a below-average earnings.”

Uncle James was stunned, “So?”.

” Well, I wish to make certain that no one has a below-average income.”

At a loss for words, my Uncle advised, “It won’t occur until everyone has an above-average IQ.” That made sense. “Right now,” Uncle James continued, “Almost half the world has a below-average IQ, and statistics never lie.” I was floored. I did not understand we had such an IQ shortage on our hands. I was sure it is in some way associated with another shocking statistic:

If current trends continue, by 2020 every child born will be illiterate.

I, myself, had recently sired two illiterate children. As discouraging as this was, I resolved that they should live a regular life and conquer this ominous handicap. Discovering the link between below-average earnings and below-average IQ, I am now more determined than ever to overcome our children’s infant illiteracy.

I asked Uncle James about another stunning statistic I had heard about:.

At least 98.2 percent of individuals are at risk of getting cancer.

statistics statsI had been particularly worried about this stat because I did not know if I was among the 98.2.

” I think you are,” Uncle James recommended. “Most individuals are, you know.”.

My uncle’s remark worried me even more. It was frightening enough that 98.2 percent of individuals are at a risk of getting cancer, but it was even scarier to find that the majority of people fall under that 98.2 percent.

Uncle James tried to calm my nerves, “I have another statistic that will make you feel better. Most of the people at risk will survive, and stats never lie.”.

That WAS assuring. However, it did not ease my fears about another ominous statistics I had checked out:

By 2060, at existing mortality rates, 2 out of 3 people will be dead.

This was unnerving because I suspected that I might be amongst the 2 out of 3 individuals.

Uncle James wanted to reassure me once again, “From a statistical point of view, this is good news, cause you can’t get cancer when you’re dead.”

Yup, that is good news. And Uncle James was right this time too. Cancer rates in cemeteries are one of the lowest. And stats never lie.

I recently purchased a “home statistics calculator” on sale at Dunkin Donuts. Well, this should be fun, I thought. Boy, was I in for a surprise! I wanted to find out what is the probability of starving to death. Hmm, let’s see…I last ate about 2 hours ago. OK, now let’s just push this button…and here are the results:

“Based on your calorie consumption of the previous hour, you are likely to starve to death in just 30 days.” That frightened me a lot. I am going to starve to death in just one month! What can I do to stave off hunger?

Wait. There was more: “Immediate intervention can avert statistical starvation. Go straight to a Dunkin Donuts near you. Eat half a dozen donuts every day, and you will decrease the risk of starvation by at least 79.3 percent.

This seems like a great recommendation. Hmm, I wonder what exactly Uncle James would say about this.

“Well, if you eat half a dozen donuts every day, you reduce your probability of starving to death within 30 days to practically zero. And, due to increased risk of a cardiac arrest, your new projected lifespan is … 39 years old.”.

“But I’m already 42,” I objected.

Uncle James contemplated the statistics. “It appears to me that starvation is your best bet, after all. Cause statistics never lie!

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Nearly half of the world's population makes a below-average earning.

This totally shocked me. I was under the impression that almost half of the world's population makes an above-average earning. But then I discovered it is the other way round. I phoned my Uncle James.

"Almost half the world's population makes a below-average earnings."

Uncle James was stunned, "So?".
" Well, I wish to make certain that no one has a below-average income."

At a loss for words, my Uncle advised, "It won't occur until everyone has an above-average IQ." That made sense. "Right now," Uncle James continued, "Almost half the world has a below-average IQ, and statistics never lie." I was floored. I did not understand we had such an IQ shortage on our hands. I was sure it is in some way associated with another shocking statistic:

If current trends continue, by 2020 every child born will be illiterate.

I, myself, had recently sired two illiterate children. As discouraging as this was, I resolved that they should live a regular life and conquer this ominous handicap. Discovering the link between below-average earnings and below-average IQ, I am now more determined than ever to overcome our children's infant illiteracy.

I asked Uncle James about another stunning statistic I had heard about:.

At least 98.2 percent of individuals are at risk of getting cancer.

statistics statsI had been particularly worried about this stat because I did not know if I was among the 98.2.

" I think you are," Uncle James recommended. "Most individuals are, you know.".

My uncle's remark worried me even more. It was frightening enough that 98.2 percent of individuals are at a risk of getting cancer, but it was even scarier to find that the majority of people fall under that 98.2 percent.

Uncle James tried to calm my nerves, "I have another statistic that will make you feel better. Most of the people at risk will survive, and stats never lie.".

That WAS assuring. However, it did not ease my fears about another ominous statistics I had checked out:

By 2060, at existing mortality rates, 2 out of 3 people will be dead.

This was unnerving because I suspected that I might be amongst the 2 out of 3 individuals.

Uncle James wanted to reassure me once again, "From a statistical point of view, this is good news, cause you can't get cancer when you're dead."

Yup, that is good news. And Uncle James was right this time too. Cancer rates in cemeteries are one of the lowest. And stats never lie.

I recently purchased a "home statistics calculator" on sale at Dunkin Donuts. Well, this should be fun, I thought. Boy, was I in for a surprise! I wanted to find out what is the probability of starving to death. Hmm, let's see...I last ate about 2 hours ago. OK, now let's just push this button...and here are the results:

"Based on your calorie consumption of the previous hour, you are likely to starve to death in just 30 days." That frightened me a lot. I am going to starve to death in just one month! What can I do to stave off hunger?

Wait. There was more: "Immediate intervention can avert statistical starvation. Go straight to a Dunkin Donuts near you. Eat half a dozen donuts every day, and you will decrease the risk of starvation by at least 79.3 percent.

This seems like a great recommendation. Hmm, I wonder what exactly Uncle James would say about this.

"Well, if you eat half a dozen donuts every day, you reduce your probability of starving to death within 30 days to practically zero. And, due to increased risk of a cardiac arrest, your new projected lifespan is ... 39 years old.".
"But I'm already 42," I objected.

Uncle James contemplated the statistics. "It appears to me that starvation is your best bet, after all. Cause statistics never lie!

https://gadgtecs.com/2017/08/15/a-43-chance-that-statistics-never-lie/

Monday, 14 August 2017

The Smartphone as a Parachute – Easing the fall

Technology

smartphone parachute

Illicit drug use in the United States is on the rise. Today, more than 25 million Americans aged 12 and above – 10 percent of the population – admitted to using an illegal drug in the past month. In 2002, the number was only 8.3 percent. The increase largely reflects a recent rise in cannabis use, the most commonly used recreational drug after alcohol.

Aftercare – The key to success

There is little disagreement that success in addiction treatment depends highly on aftercare. Without effective aftercare, treatments rarely last and relapse rates are high. Only one patient in four maintains abstinence over the first year following treatment.

Aftercare programs are expensive and labor intensive. It costs a lot of money to hire people to administer a consistent and effective program and money for mental health programs does not appear to be increasing in the near future.

success in addiction treatmentSmartphone apps

In order to improve long-term results, a smartphone app has been developed to provide emotional and therapeutic support. Designated A-CHESS (Addiction Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System), it has an audio-guided relaxation component and a global positioning system that can send an alert when the patient approaches a high-risk area, like a bar. The patient’s phone asks him whether he really wants to be there.

In a randomized study of A-CHESS against standard care therapies without it, the smartphone app improved several clinical parameters. But the thing that was most eye-catching was how it improved results as time went on. For example, at four months, A-CHESS demonstrated on 8 percent improvement in abstinence (which was not statistically significant over standard care), but at 12 months it showed a 12 percent advantage, which is significant both statistically and clinically.

How technology is changing the course of addiction treatment

Using technology to administer a therapy program normally administered by a human is already known to work. People today are very comfortable with technology, so introducing such programs is not frightening. The technology-based therapies are particularly effective when using equipment the patient already possesses. A limit in the past has been the need to invest in hardware and expensive software programs along with training personnel to administer them. That is less an issue today when so many potential patients practically live in their smartphones.

Technology makes it possible to consistently deliver therapy at times and places convenient to the patient. Some programs have already demonstrated their effectiveness.

Related: How Technology is Changing the Face of Addiction Treatment

The drawbacks

There are still limitations, nonetheless. Distribution and education are still required. There is still much disagreement on how to optimize delivery and how to best integrate technology into existing systems. Smartphones are still no substitute for emergencies and unforeseen situations. The warmth of human contact cannot be replicated by a phone.

There are also privacy issues and, of course, just because the younger generation is comfortable with technology, it is often not the case for the older folks. Addiction, especially to pain medication, is not just a problem of youth.

Technology is not a complete substitute for treatment, but it can certainly help.

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Illicit drug use in the United States is on the rise. Today, more than 25 million Americans aged 12 and above – 10 percent of the population – admitted to using an illegal drug in the past month. In 2002, the number was only 8.3 percent. The increase largely reflects a recent rise in cannabis use, the most commonly used recreational drug after alcohol.

Aftercare - The key to success

There is little disagreement that success in addiction treatment depends highly on aftercare. Without effective aftercare, treatments rarely last and relapse rates are high. Only one patient in four maintains abstinence over the first year following treatment.

Aftercare programs are expensive and labor intensive. It costs a lot of money to hire people to administer a consistent and effective program and money for mental health programs does not appear to be increasing in the near future.

success in addiction treatmentSmartphone apps

In order to improve long-term results, a smartphone app has been developed to provide emotional and therapeutic support. Designated A-CHESS (Addiction Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System), it has an audio-guided relaxation component and a global positioning system that can send an alert when the patient approaches a high-risk area, like a bar. The patient’s phone asks him whether he really wants to be there.

In a randomized study of A-CHESS against standard care therapies without it, the smartphone app improved several clinical parameters. But the thing that was most eye-catching was how it improved results as time went on. For example, at four months, A-CHESS demonstrated on 8 percent improvement in abstinence (which was not statistically significant over standard care), but at 12 months it showed a 12 percent advantage, which is significant both statistically and clinically.

How technology is changing the course of addiction treatment

Using technology to administer a therapy program normally administered by a human is already known to work. People today are very comfortable with technology, so introducing such programs is not frightening. The technology-based therapies are particularly effective when using equipment the patient already possesses. A limit in the past has been the need to invest in hardware and expensive software programs along with training personnel to administer them. That is less an issue today when so many potential patients practically live in their smartphones.

Technology makes it possible to consistently deliver therapy at times and places convenient to the patient. Some programs have already demonstrated their effectiveness.

Related: How Technology is Changing the Face of Addiction Treatment

The drawbacks

There are still limitations, nonetheless. Distribution and education are still required. There is still much disagreement on how to optimize delivery and how to best integrate technology into existing systems. Smartphones are still no substitute for emergencies and unforeseen situations. The warmth of human contact cannot be replicated by a phone.

There are also privacy issues and, of course, just because the younger generation is comfortable with technology, it is often not the case for the older folks. Addiction, especially to pain medication, is not just a problem of youth.

Technology is not a complete substitute for treatment, but it can certainly help.

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Friday, 11 August 2017

How Technology is Changing the Face of Addiction Treatment

Technology

technology addiction treatment

Treatment for addiction is one of the most labor-intensive medical activities. It involves hours and hours of human face-to-face contact and support. Not only does the therapist spend huge amounts of time with the patient, others – including support staff and the close family and friends of the patient – are also actively involved.

Enter the world of technology. Much of the well-established therapies are amenable to technology-based assistance. Cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational enhancement therapy, and contingency management with prize-based incentives lend themselves to help from technology.

A number of studies have already been done on the efficacy of computer-based online programs that augment therapies overseen by therapists and clinicians. In a world of scarce resources dedicated to mental health, such technological enhancements are a welcome addition.

Community Support

Even though the potential for saving dollars by cutting face time in individual therapies is attractive, the initial investment can be a problem. The drug treatment center not only needs new equipment and software to make these therapies work, they need trained personnel to run them. There are also rules that govern how therapists and patients can interact. But the overriding issue is that drug abuse and the problems it brings with it is likely to increase in the foreseeable future.

drug treatment centerComputer-based therapy

Computer games are easy to implement and patients usually like them. A collection of learning games with five or six modules based on cognitive behavioral therapy strategies has already demonstrated its efficacy. One recent study at Yale showed that twice the number of computer-assisted therapy patients were able to achieve abstinence from cocaine over those undergoing conventional face-to-face therapy.

The program consists of an introduction to the theory of cognitive behavioral therapy in a simple way the layman can grasp. It goes on to present the varied patterns of drug abuse, how to deal with craving, techniques for refusing offers of drugs or booze from friends, problem-solving techniques, decision-making, and how to gain insight into one’s own situation.

Online education

A group at Columbia recently tested an internet-based therapy package called Therapeutic Education System. It consisted of a set of 62 interactive modules in a multimedia form that focused on positive reinforcement for activities that exclude drug use. Included were some prize-based incentives. The lessons also contained instruction in relapse prevention skills and information on how to prevent HIV and sexually transmitted diseases. There were motivational incentives for both abstinence and for completing the modules. (The patients get to draw tickets from a virtual fishbowl which contains a prize (between $1 and $100) or a congratulatory message.)

Related: Has Technological Advancement Led to More Opioid Addiction?

The therapeutic education system, which uses a community reinforcement approach, improved abstinence in all patients, but especially in the ones who needed it the most – the patients who were actively using narcotics at the beginning of the study.

By the end of the study, about 40 percent of the people who tested positive for drugs achieved abstinence. In the group receiving standard therapy, only 26 percent did.

 

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