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INFOGRAPHIC: When To Post On Facebook

INFOGRAPHIC: When To Post On Facebook | Creative Viral | Scoop.it

Saturday at noon is the absolute best time to post on Facebook, according to this infographic.


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Really? The Brain Gets Rewired if One of the Senses Is Lost

Really? The Brain Gets Rewired if One of the Senses Is Lost | Creative Viral | Scoop.it
Scientists have shown that when one sense is lost, the corresponding brain region can be recruited for other tasks.

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So sad! 16 yo Facebooks her diagnosis, decine & eventual passing.

So sad! 16 yo Facebooks her diagnosis, decine & eventual passing. | Creative Viral | Scoop.it

Soon after Sabrina Parker and Matt Scozzari fell in love, she found out she had the same disease that killed her mother and grandmother. Sabrina had gotten a laptop for Christmas and almost immediately began building a virtual home on FarmVille. She used it to keep her Facebook friends up to speed on her progress.


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INFOGRAPHIC: When To Post On Facebook

INFOGRAPHIC: When To Post On Facebook | Creative Viral | Scoop.it

Saturday at noon is the absolute best time to post on Facebook, according to this infographic.


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Evermind's curator insight, December 20, 2012 1:02 PM

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Dillon Thomas's curator insight, February 1, 5:43 PM

hmmmm!!!!  Ok.. Saturday at noon

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How Valuable Are Heavy Social Media Users, Anyway? - Forbes

How Valuable Are Heavy Social Media Users, Anyway? - Forbes | Creative Viral | Scoop.it
Written by Nick Tabbal For the last several years Social Media has been the reigning must have on CMOs' marketing plans and investors' buy lists.

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» Personality Reflects Size of Respective Brain Area - Psych Central News

» Personality Reflects Size of Respective Brain Area - Psych Central News | Creative Viral | Scoop.it
An interesting new study posits the size of different parts of people's brains correspond to their personalities.

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Web 3.0+ and Collective Intelligence

Web 3.0+ and Collective Intelligence | Creative Viral | Scoop.it

The ancient Chinese curse or saying — “May you live in interesting times.” — is upon us. We are in the midst of a new revolution fueled by advancements in the Internet and technology. Currently, there is an abundance of information and the size of social interaction has reached a colossal scale. Within a span of just one generation, the availability of information and our access to them has changed dramatically from scarcity to surplus. What humans will do or try to do with such powerful surplus of information will be the main topic of this article. First, let’s understand what brought us to this current state.


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ghbrett's curator insight, December 14, 2012 3:12 PM

A good article about where we are now with the Web and All it's resources. Then it presents a scenario for Web The Next Generation or Web 3.0. This is a good read for folks needing more background and added foresight on how to manage the overwhelming abundance of what it is we call the Web.

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Parahippocampal cortex (PHC) predicts how well people will remember | Science Codex

Our memories work better when our brains are prepared to absorb new information, according to a new study by MIT researchers.

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