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Combined Fish-Vegetable Farming Catching On

Combined Fish-Vegetable Farming Catching On | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
The fish don’t like strangers.

Ellen Perlman pours a scoop of fish food into one of four blue plastic tanks at Chesapeake Aquaponics, about half an hour from Baltimore. Picture a giant kiddi...

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Can aquaponics feed the German capital? - SmartPlanet

Can aquaponics feed the German capital? - SmartPlanet | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Can one social business make aquaponic farming profitable in the middle of a major city?

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Video - How to make shrimp burgers...

Can you believe that Thanksgiving is just a bit more than a week away? We certainly can't. (But if you need some help creating you master holiday plan, look

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Tackling mental illness with a seafood diet - ABC Online

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Tackling mental illness with a seafood diet ABC Online Eating fresh seafood may be good for you, but when you consider the time and money it takes to buy and eat fresh, not to mention stories of heavy metals, declining fish stocks, destroyed...

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Public Lectures - Stephen Hawking: My Life in Physics

Public Lectures - Stephen Hawking: My Life in Physics | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

Hawking has given many lectures to the general public. Below are some of the more recent public lectures. Included with these lectures is a Glossary of some of the terms used.

Into a Black Hole (2008): Is it possible to fall in a black hole, and come out in another universe? Can you escape from a black hole once you fall inside? What have we discovered about black holes?

The Origin of the Universe (2005): Why are we here? Where did we come from? The answer generally given was that humans were of comparatively recent origin, because it must have been obvious, even at early times, that the human race was improving in knowledge and technology. So it can't have been around that long, or it would have progressed even more.

Godel and the End of Physics (2002): How far can we go in our search for understanding and knowledge? Will we ever find a complete form of the laws of nature - a set of rules that in principle at least enable us to predict the future to an arbitrary accuracy, knowing the state of the universe at one time? A qualitative understanding of the laws has been the aim of philosophers and scientists, from Aristotle onwards.

Space and Time Warps (1999): In science fiction, space and time warps are a commonplace. They are used for rapid journeys around the galaxy, or for travel through time. But today's science fiction, is often tomorrow's science fact. So what are the chances for space and time warps?

Does God Play Dice (1999): Can predict the future, or is it arbitrary and random? In ancient times, the world must have seemed pretty arbitrary. Disasters such as floods or diseases must have seemed to happen without warning or apparent reason. Primitive people attributed such natural phenomena, to a pantheon of gods and goddesses, who behaved in a capricious and whimsical way. There was no way to predict what they would do, and the only hope was to win favour by gifts or actions.

The Beginning of Time (1996): Has time itself a beginning, and will it have an end? All the evidence seems to indicate, that the universe has not existed forever, but that it had a beginning, about 15 billion years ago. This is probably the most remarkable discovery of modern cosmology. Yet it is now taken for granted. We are not yet certain whether the universe will have an end.

Life in the Universe (1996): Speculations about how life has developed in the universe, and in particular, the development of intelligent life.


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20,000+ FREE Online Science and Technology Lectures from Top Universities

20,000+ FREE Online Science and Technology Lectures from Top Universities | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

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Acceso gratuito a documentos de las mejores universidades del mundo

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WoW  .. Expand  your mind!! It has room to grow!!! 

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The 2013 Google+ Marketing Guide | KISSmetrics

The 2013 Google+ Marketing Guide | KISSmetrics | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

Excerpted from the article by Kristi Hines on KISSmetrics:
"Since its launch in 2011, Google+ has been growing non-stop and now has 359 million active users according to Business Insider. There also have been a lot of changes made in their platform during that time. In this post, we’re going to look at everything you need in order to have a successful Google+ experience.

[The article is analyzed into these following sections]
- Setting up Your Personal Profile
***Cover
***Photo
***Story
***Work
***Places
***Basic and Contact Information
***Links

- Building Authorship Authority
- Setting up Your Page
- Getting Local
- Planning Your Google+ Content Strategy
- Building an Audience
- Using Google+ Communities
- Hanging Out
- Integration with YouTube
- Enhancing Your Website with Google+
- Exploring the Top Tools
- Analyzing Your Results..."

Each section is analyzed with more information and useful tips. Read full original article here:
http://blog.kissmetrics.com/2013-google-plus-guide/

 


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Jon Turino's curator insight, July 19, 2013 9:17 PM

Give this one a read.

Andrew Earnshaw's curator insight, September 20, 2013 3:37 PM

I posted an article about how google delivers is SEO results and google + ranked very high. So we ought to understand this better.

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21 Best FREE SEO Tools for On-Page Optimization

21 Best FREE SEO Tools for On-Page Optimization | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

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"Google's official position on webmaster best practices really hasn't changed much over the years. What has changed is the search engine's ability to enforce these guidelines through improved algorithms. The implementation of Panda, Penguin, and Hummingbird has had a profound impact on the SEO landscape.

In order to reach the top of the SERPs and stay there in 2013 and beyond, your website must deserve to be there. It needs to be the best in class. It must offer the best user experience in that niche. Fortunately, there are a number of free tools that can help you achieve that goal.
(Here just is the list).


- Keyword Research:
1. Wordstream
2. Keyword Eye Basic
3. YouTube Keyword Tool
4. Übersuggest

- Content Tools:
5. Anchor Text Over Optimization Tool
6. Convert Word Documents to Clean HTML
7. Copyscape

- Technical Tools:
8. Xenu's Link Sleuth
9. Robots.txt Generator
10. Robots.txt Checker
11. URI Valet
12. Title and Description Optimization Tool
13. Image SEO Tool
14. Schema Creator
15. Google Snippet Preview
16. Structured Data Testing Tool
17. XML Sitemap Generators
18. XML Sitemap Inspector
19. Pingdom Website Speed Tool
20. Fiddler
21. Microsoft Free SEO Toolkit..."

Each tool is analyzed with some information. Read full original article:
http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2303494/21-Best-FREE-SEO-Tools-for-On-Page-Optimization

 


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malek's curator insight, October 31, 2013 8:13 AM

The odd couple "quality and Free", a well picked list.

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35 Facts about Coffee

35 Facts about Coffee | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Are you a coffee lover? Then don't forget to get a FREE Keurig Coffee Maker along with some Folgers Gourmet Coffee! It's time to wake up fresh with a cup of coffee!

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Rising Ocean Acidification Makes Even Fish Anxious: Fisheries May be Impacted

Rising Ocean Acidification Makes Even Fish Anxious: Fisheries May be Impacted | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Ocean acidification isn't just making environmentalists anxious; it's also worrying the fish.

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iPad Integration: Nine Top Tips

iPad Integration: Nine Top Tips | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Innovative, tech-integrating teachers share lessons learned as students embraced iPads in the classroom.

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Agora Abierta's curator insight, September 21, 2013 9:36 AM

If you want to introduce Ipad in the classroom take into account these advices, mainly look for free apps to start and when you know exactly your student needs ans skills, then you can choose better the apps way.

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10 Geography Games For Learning

10 Geography Games For Learning | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
10 Geography Games For Learning

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Filipe Cálix's curator insight, October 7, 2013 3:00 PM

Especialmente dedicados à Geografia, deixo aqui uma lista de 10 jogos especialmente recomendada pela National Geographic, disponíves para uso em diferentes plataformas: pc, mac, browser, nintendo ds e wii e ainda no facebook.

Boas sugestões de Ana Crsitina Pratas.

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Create Amazing Interactive Presentations From Your Browser With Emaze

Create Amazing Interactive Presentations From Your Browser With Emaze | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Browser based presentation platforms are quickly gaining ground as HTML5 has made it possible to create robust presentations online without the need for applications like PowerPoint or Keynote.

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Abe Soltani's curator insight, October 12, 2013 11:55 PM

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Looks relaly cool - will have use for this combined with other apps to generate presentations. 

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Bitponics' automated gardening assistant could make urban farming viable in Asia

Bitponics' automated gardening assistant could make urban farming viable in Asia | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Bitponics' automated gardening assistant could make urban farming viable in Asia
Tech in Asia
Are there plans to expand the role of the Bitponics system to include aquaponics automation? If so, what do you foresee as technical challenges?

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Japan Aquaponics's curator insight, November 27, 2013 7:18 PM

If they can tailor this to be more suitable for aquaponics then I think that this product could have real potential in our industry.

Charlie Dare's curator insight, November 29, 2013 8:08 AM
Bitponics( new word) system to include aquaponics automation ?
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20 horrifyingly tempting seafood specialities from Japan

20 horrifyingly tempting seafood specialities from Japan | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Are you bored of the same old Japanese food and looking to try something new, exciting and a little strange?

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Viet Nam Shrimp Prices Continue to Soar

Viet Nam Shrimp Prices Continue to Soar | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
VIET NAM - During mid-November 2013, the price of black tiger shrimp sized 20 pieces per kilogram was VND290,000 per kilogram, up VND10,000/kg over the previous week in Ca Mau province.

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Extreme ultraviolet movies reveal inside story of complex materials

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A new X-ray movie technique using extreme ultraviolet (XUV) pulses from Artemis, could help unravel the mysteries of phenomena such as magnetism or high-temperature superconductivity. 

 

The new materials science beamline at Artemis has succeeded in making movies of electronic and structural changes in a complex material, using XUV pulses produced through high harmonic generation, a technique where a laser is fired into a gas jet and just one part in a million is converted into XUV pulses.

 

Members of the international collaboration from the STFC Central Laser Facility, Diamond Light Source and the universities of Hamburg, Lausanne, Oxford and Padua used these XUV pulses to study a layered crystal of Tantalum Disulphide. The resulting movies – whose frames captured slices of time lasting less than a millionth of a millionth of a second –revealed that electrical conductivity in this material is governed by strong interactions between the electrons themselves.

 

Understanding this type of ‘correlated-electron’ behaviour is of crucial importance, since it underlies effects such as high-temperature superconductivity. Superconductivity is the phenomenon where electric current can travel through a material with no loss, because the material is a perfect conductor with zero resistance. Although superconductors are widely used, how they work is less well understood. Even high temperature superconductors need to be kept at -170°C, requiring sophisticated cryogenics systems.

 

The world has ever increasing energy requirements and the search is on to find superconductors that work at room temperature. Understanding the complex physics that underlies this phenomenon is the key.


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Germs That Build Circuits: Biological Self-Assembly Projects

Germs That Build Circuits: Biological Self-Assembly Projects | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
With viruses serving as construction crews and DNA as the blueprint, biotechnology may hold the key to postlithography ICs

 

Biological self-assembly, as this field of research is called, has a compelling appeal. Living creatures produce the most complex molecular structures known to science. Crafted over eons by natural selection, these three-dimensional arrangements of atoms manifest a precision and fidelity, not to mention a minuteness, far beyond the capabilities of current technology. Under the direction of genes encoded in DNA, cells construct proteins that put together the fine structures necessary for life. And now that scientists can alter the genetic codes of microbes with increasing ease and accuracy, more and more research is showing that this same mechanism can be forced to construct and assemble materials critical not to nature necessarily, but to future generations of electronics.

 

Most scientists say the technology will first be used to construct sensors consisting of one or a few nanodevices connected to ordinary silicon circuitry. But that's not what drives the research. Their ultimate ambition is to upend current fabrication methods by genetically engineering microbes to build nanoscale circuits based on codes implanted in their DNA. No more cutting patterns into semiconductor wafers, an increasingly arduous process involving lasers, plasma, exotic gases, and high temperatures in expensive industrial environments. Instead, a room-temperature potion of biomolecules will execute, on cue, a genetically programmed chemical dance that ends in a functioning circuit with nanometer-scale dimensions.

 

In 2001, Belcher and UCSB's Evelyn Hu founded Semzyme (Cambridge, MA), a company that will exploit biological self-assembly to make electronic materials as well as more biotechnology-specific applications, such as long-term storage of DNA. The company is set to begin operations this year and is choosing a first product to bring to market.

 

Big, established companies are taking this research seriously, too. The Army's Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies has attracted sponsorship from Aerospace Corp., Applied Biosystems, Genencor, IBM, SAIC, and Becton Dickinson.

 

Genencor, in particular, took an early interest in bioengineering viruses, forming a $35 million partnership with silicon materials giant Dow Corning in 2001. In the short term, the two firms are merging peptides with silicon-based chemicals to make fabric treatment and cosmetic products. Sensors and other electronics elements are future targets.

 

DuPont, too, is tinkering with bioevolved peptides. According to Tim Gierke, the company has identified one short-term application: purifying carbon nanotubes. Recently, these hollow pipes just a few nanometers wide have been turned into experimental logic circuits and other devices. Depending on the nanotube's structure, it acts as either a semiconductor or a metal. Unfortunately, current methods generate tubes of both types along with a messy soup of soot, and there's no good way of sorting anything out.

 

So DuPont evolved peptides that selectively grab the nanotubes and ignore other forms of carbon. To separate the semiconductors from the metallics, the company turned to another important biomolecule--DNA. DuPont scientists discovered that when a particular form of DNA and carbon nanotubes bind, metallic and semiconducting tubes can, to a degree, be separated using a common laboratory trick.


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Miro Svetlik's curator insight, December 9, 2013 3:17 AM

I am watching this field of technology with lot of excitement. Biologically produced circuits will be next big step in our technology. Specially in the nano-size world it is probably most effective way to produce new technology to extend properties of living tissues. Eventually it will change the medicine as we know it.

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Video Marketing Strategy: 3 Steps To Making A Viral Video

Video Marketing Strategy: 3 Steps To Making A Viral Video | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

Excerpted from article on VentureBeat:
"Are you using video in your online marketing strategies? Did you know that 87 percent of online marketers now use video content?
Whether you’ve been creating video content for years or this is your first time, we wanted to share some tips on how to make your video stand out from the rest and go viral.

Here are our 3 steps to making a viral video.

1. Understand your audience and their viral triggers.
- Know your audience:
This is very important — it is really, really difficult to make a video that everyone will enjoy. Focus on YOUR audience. Get hyper-specific.

- Consider why people share online:
The average viewer shares video for a variety of reasons.
People share for two major reasons: “a) they altruistically want to share the enjoyment of that video with others or b) they selfishly want to be seen sharing or critiquing that video.”

- Understand your audience’s viral triggers:
The most important aspect of creating a viral video is understanding how to combine the two elements discussed above to understand your audience’s viral triggers. Triggers are what turn your viewer from a passive spectator into someone that will share your content.
Focus on one or two triggers and go “all-in” on them.

2. Optimize your video for an online audience.
- Post your video everywhere:
Your video should be hosted on YouTube, Vimeo, and your professional content management system. Submit your links to Reddit, Digg, StumbleUpon, Facebook, Twitter and any other frequently visited site that displays video.

- Make it short:
Keep your video short — the average viewer watches between 15 – 30 seconds of a video, so lead with the portion of the video that is engaging.

- Design for remix and meme-ability:
Sometimes your initial video is not the one that goes viral, but parodies or memes that are developed from it can become instant hits.

- Provocative thumbnail and proper tagging:
Make sure to give your video a provocative thumbnail.
Also, make sure to give your video the proper tagging with description text that helps your search engine optimization (SEO) efforts and people who are looking for your video on YouTube.

3. Distribution.
Unfortunately, nobody can guarantee that a video goes viral. The best way to do this is to create initial small groups of supporters to start your distribution cycle.

- Niche influencers:
This goes back to understanding your audience. Online publications and bloggers are hungry for content that is interesting for their audiences.

- Celebrity influencers:
After getting some niche recognition, the next step is to reach out to influencers with larger built-in distribution networks. These include YouTube celebrities, mainstream bloggers, Twitter celebrities, etc.

- Create initial groups of support:
Use a service like Virool to guarantee your video gets viewed a certain number of times. They use a network of blogs, games and other partners to make sure that real people watch your content..."

Each step is analyzed with more information and with some videos as example. Read full original article here:
http://venturebeat.com/2013/05/29/how-to-make-a-viral-video/

 


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Un gran artículo donde explica los pasos para realizar vídeos virales. El vídeo marketing tienen un gran futuro para las empresas B2B.

Jmt Lê's curator insight, October 1, 2014 9:25 AM

Many industry experts consider video to be marketing's new frontier, be it through Youtube or short stories on Instagram. But creating a successful video is more of an art than a science.

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5 Steps to Dominate Your Niche on Google

5 Steps to Dominate Your Niche on Google | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

Excerpt from article on Search Engine Watch:
"Dominating your niche on Google can be a very profitable SEO strategy. Ranking well for keywords related to a specific niche helps drive higher quality traffic to your site and differentiates your brand.

Follow these five steps to dominate your niche on Google.

Step 1: Determine Your Niche
If you haven't already, the first step to dominating your niche on Google is determining what it is. The more specific your niche is, the better.
Your business may offer many different products or services, but what is the one product or service your business is known for, or you would like to be known for? That is the niche you should choose to dominate on Google.
Depending on your competition and resources, it can be very difficult and sometimes impossible to dominate for multiple niches on Google. So, it usually makes sense to focus on one niche.

Step 2: Optimize with Niche Specific Keywords
Determining the right keywords to optimize for is crucial. It requires understanding your target audience, and the keywords they use when searching for your product or service. It also requires being specific. You can't dominate a niche by going after generic keywords.

Step 3: Implement Google Authorship
Implementing Google Authorship will enable your face and name to appear next to your website in the search results. This not only allows users to associate a face with your organization, but also promotes your personal brand by allowing you to appear as an authority within your niche.

Step 4: Write Great, Authoritative Content Often
The next step is to write great, authoritative content often, on topics that are relevant to your niche. Writing great, authoritative content serves three purposes. It:
- Shows that you're an expert and a thought leader in your niche.
- Acts as a resource for potential customers, and gives them a reason to come back to your site.
- Provides Google with more quality content to index, which can have a positive impact on rankings.

Step 5: Use Google+ to Promote Your Content
Google+ profiles and posts are included in Google's index, which provides potential customers with an additional avenue to find your content. While we know that +1's don't directly impact rankings, we do know that Google+ does influence search results for signed in Google+ users. So, by building your Google+ network, and engaging your audience with relevant content that encourages +1's, you can actually influence their search results..."

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50 Food Tips That Will Change Your Life!

50 Food Tips That Will Change Your Life! | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
The web's most resourceful food bloggers share tips for how to make every meal taste utterly mouth-watering (RT @WomensHealthMag: 50 cooking tips that’ll pretty much change your life: http://t.co/Z50RzYMjiZ)...

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Snake massage from Indonesia!

Snake massage from Indonesia! | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
While lying on a massage table at a spa in the Indonesian capital Jakarta, Feri Tilukay closed his eyes at the same time smiling while enjoying three gigantic snakes crawling with sliding motion all over him.

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23 Great Sources For Free Educational Videos Online

23 Great Sources For Free Educational Videos Online | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Students love to watch and learn. Why not showcase some of the best free educational videos and their repositories then?

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María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, November 28, 2013 7:26 AM

Very nice sharing. Thanks

Scott Anderson (Daymap)'s curator insight, December 1, 2013 7:53 PM

Here are some fantastic and free links teachers can use!

Maggie McGuirk Veres's curator insight, September 3, 2014 1:48 PM

It's worth a look.

 

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10 Powerful Screencasting Apps For Mobile Devices

10 Powerful Screencasting Apps For Mobile Devices | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Got a device in your classroom? These powerful screencasting apps will open up a whole new world of learning for students!

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Lara N. Madden's curator insight, October 2, 2013 1:04 PM

I love screencasting!

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How To Organize Your Research With The Power Of Google Drive

How To Organize Your Research With The Power Of Google Drive | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Google Docs has made its home on Google Drive. So after one year, it’s high time to get used to calling it by the new account name.

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Tony Gough's curator insight, September 9, 2013 3:35 AM

Useful article for both students and business users!

María Asunción Martínez Mayoral's curator insight, September 9, 2013 5:58 PM

Google no deja de sorprender; interesantes herramientas para investigación dentro de Google drive.

María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, December 14, 2013 1:55 PM

Amazing