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Stories - Why They Are So Important NOW in Biz

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Your website must begin by sharing stories. Almost immediately your marketing should emphasize User Generated Content (UGC). You share your stories to create TRUST. When your customers share their stories trust is assured.


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Karen Dietz's comment, September 22, 2013 10:39 AM
Harish, what are your experiences with C2 builder? Do you use it?
Hans Duchardt's comment, October 1, 2013 11:02 AM
At my host I create an invitation page to invite visitors to write their own impressions/experience for a certain topic (mainly places in my hometown, a travel destination) and these "comments" of a minimum of 250-300 words plus pictures create a brand new page on MY site and adds quite some value. Content2 is something which should become soon main stream. It's catching on.
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Many thanks for the additional information Hans! I look forward to checking out C2 builder.
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le futur du coworking

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Le futur du coworking n'est pas écrit, mais nous voyons se dégager quelques tendances de structuration du mouvement. Mutinerie vous donne son point de vue.

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Giving Students Feedback With Kaizena (Voice Comments) Tutorial

Published on Sep 10, 2013

Use your voice to give students feedback about their papers in Google Docs. I've only played with this a little bit so far, but I'm really excited to be able to use Kaizena to give my students feedback this year. Being able to add links to resources and reuse those links for other students is so helpful. If you have questions I'm on twitter @JenRoberts1 and the guys who make kaizena are @kaizenaFB if you have feedback for them, or email founders@kaizena.com


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David Miles's curator insight, September 20, 2013 6:17 PM

I think this has the potential to be of great use with English Language Learners, especially since they tend to understand the spoken word better than the written.

Maryalice Leister's comment, September 20, 2013 6:29 PM
Very true, David. One more tool to meet the needs of individual learners.
harish magan's comment, September 20, 2013 10:57 PM
OK. it is indeed very good
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The Map That Lincoln Used to See the Reach of Slavery

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"Historian Susan Schulten writes in her book Mapping the Nation: History and Cartography in Nineteenth-Century America that during the 1850s many abolitionists used maps to show slavery's historical development and to illustrate political divisions within the South. (You can see many of those maps on the book’s companion website.)  Schulten writes that President Lincoln referred to this particular map often, using it to understand how the progress of emancipation might affect Union troops on the ground. The map (hi-res) even appears in the familiar Francis Bicknell Carpenter portrait First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation of President Lincoln, visible leaning against a wall in the lower right-hand corner of the room."


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Anna & Lexi 's curator insight, October 3, 2013 11:18 AM

I chose this scoop because it relates to slavery, and slavery has something to do with economics. It also has to do with social. This map was used by Lincoln to see the reach of slavery. TOPIC: social

Steven Flis's curator insight, December 16, 2013 4:13 AM

Great historical map of the population density of enslaved people during the 1850s. I would like to see this map with a side by side of the poulation density of modern day african americans. I think they would be very similar due to many people not wanting to leave their culture and tradtion behind. Another little thing i found interesting on this map is where the slaves were the most populated such as along the mississippi and coastal carolinas. This is from the farms having to use massive amounts of water to run and whats better than being right on the water.

Alyssa Dorr's curator insight, December 17, 2014 11:01 AM

This made, created in 1861, shows the relevant amounts of slavery occurring throughout that year. The map shades counties based on the percentage of total inhabitants who were enslaved. Though this map was simple, it showed the relationship between states commitments to slavery and their enthusiasm about secession, making a visual argument about Confederate motivations. President Lincoln referred to this particular map often, using it to understand how the progress of emancipation might affect Union troops on the ground. The map is a great representation of slavery that amounted during the 1860's.

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Social Media is Hard: The 2013 Landscape of Social Networks in one Infographic

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After almost two-and-half years, it is with great pleasure that I officially unveil the fourth edition of The Conversation Prism. Viewed and downloaded millions of times over, The Conversation Prism in its various stages has captures snapshot of important moments in the history and evolution of Social Media.

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Powerful jets discovered blowing material out of galaxy

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Astronomers using a worldwide network of radio telescopes have found strong evidence that a powerful jet of material propelled to nearly light speed by a galaxy's central black hole is blowing massive amounts of gas out of the galaxy.

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Milky Way black hole snacks on hot gas

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The Herschel space observatory has made detailed observations of surprisingly hot gas that may be orbiting or falling towards the supermassive black hole lurking at the center of our Milky Way galaxy.

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Astronomers discover surprising clutch of hydrogen clouds lurking among our galactic neighbors

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In a dark, starless patch of intergalactic space, astronomers have discovered a never-before-seen cluster of hydrogen clouds strewn between two nearby galaxies, Andromeda (M31) and Triangulum (M33).

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NASA's Chandra Observatory catches giant black hole rejecting material

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Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory have taken a major step in explaining why material around the giant black hole at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy is extraordinarily faint in X-rays.

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Research predicts ‘explosive growth’ in enterprise cloud projects

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Over the next two years, there will be an explosive growth in the number of enterprise cloud computing projects

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, September 10, 2013 5:23 PM

Nice to see IT being positive "It found about 60% of IT decision-makers said they view cloud computing as a natural evolution of IT service delivery and do not allocate separate budgets for cloud computing projects."

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Milky Way's biggest star may have had a different beginning

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The current theory of star formation has a problem: it cannot make big stars.

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La Terre serait-elle en train de se refroidir? La glace arctique a progressé de 60% en un an

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En 2007, la BBC avait rapporté que des scientifiques s’étaient alarmés de la possible disparition totale des glaces de la calotte glaciaire arctique au cours de l’été 2013. Mais c’est exactement le contraire qui s’est produit, puisque la glace de l’Arctique a progressé de 60%, ce qui représente un million et demi de kilomètres carrés.
 

Après le record de l’été 2012, qui avait été marqué par une fonte importante, la couche de glace ininterrompue qui s’étire des iles canadiennes aux côtes russes mesure quasiment la moitié de la taille de l’Europe, et elle devrait continuer à se développer avec l'arrivée de la période du gel hivernal qui devrait débuter dans quelques jours. En conséquence, le passage qui permet à l’océan Pacifique de communiquer avec l’Atlantique nord a été condamné tout au long de cette année, ce qui a contraint les navires à changer leurs itinéraires.


Le Daily Mail rapporte qu’un rapport fuité du Groupe d’experts 

intergouvernemental sur l’évolution du climat (GIEC), qui dépend des Nations Unies, indique que des scientifiques affirment que le monde se dirige vers une période de rafraichissement qui ne s’achèvera pas avant le milieu de ce siècle.


D’une manière générale, certains climatologues éminents s’accordent désormais sur l’existence d'une pause dans le réchauffement climatique depuis 1997, et ce changement d'opinion a des implications importantes. En effet, les prédictions alarmistes qui avaient été faites jusqu’alors, selon lesquelles la Terre se réchauffait de plus en plus, principalement en raison des activités humaines, ont occasionné des milliards de dollars de dépenses pour les grandes économies qui se sont lancées dans la lutte contre ce réchauffement climatique.


Le GIEC devrait se réunir au cours de ce mois pour une réunion de crise, et en octobre, il devrait émettre son cinquième rapport d'évaluation, une étude qu’il publie tous les six ou sept ans. Mais les documents que le Daily Mail s’est procurés montrent que les gouvernements des pays qui financent le GIEC lui réclament d’introduire plus de 1500 changements dans la partie du rapport intitulée « Résumé pour les dirigeants», dont ils estiment qu’elle n’expliquerait pas assez bien cette pause dans le changement climatique.


Pour les gouvernements, deux questions cruciales se posent désormais :


- Quel sera l’impact exact de la hausse des niveaux de dioxyde de carbone en matière de hausse des températures ?


- Quelle est la proportion des 0,8°C supplémentaires de température gagnés sur les 150 dernières années imputables à la production de gaz à effet de serre imputables à l’activité humaine ?


De plus en plus d’indications pointent vers l’existence de cycles qui régissent le niveau de la glace arctique. Des données révélées par des historiens climatologues ont montré que la glace avait fondu massivement dans les années 1920 et 1930, puis qu’elle s’était reconstituée à la faveur d’une période de gel intense qui s’était achevée en 1979, l’année au cours de laquelle le GIEC avait alerté du début de la fonte de la banquise.


Cependant, le quotidien britannique The Guardian affirme que ses confrères Le Daily Mail et le Daily telegraph se laissent gagner par un optimisme infondé: "Les deux journaux britanniques se concentrent sur les bruits de court terme et ignorent la rapide spirale de la mort de long terme du niveau de la glace de la mer Arctique".



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Damoclès 's comment, September 9, 2013 7:28 AM
Je ne sais pas quoi penser de cette info qui me laisse perplexe alors qu'il y a 2 mois on apprenait que le pôle nord est devenu un lac... Serait on réellement en train d'assister à un déplacement des pôles ? le point le plus froid serait il en train de déménager ?
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Modified law of gravity predicts dwarf galaxy feature prior to observations

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MOND, a modified law of gravity, correctly predicted in advance of observations the velocity dispersion -- the average speed of stars within a galaxy relative to each other -- in 10 dwarf satellite galaxies of the Milky Way's giant neighbor...

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Water in the atmosphere of Gliese 1214 b

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The first "ocean planet" ? Gliese 1214 b could be the first of this new category of exoplanets. And for good reason : Japanese researchers confirm the presence of water in its atmosphere.


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Are crowdsourced maps the FUTURE of navigation? - GigaOM

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Are crowdsourced maps the future of navigation?

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À seulement 15 ans, elle INVENTE une source de lumière virtuellement inépuisable

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Après les batteries alimentées par l'énergie solaire, la force éolienne ou la chaleur terrestre, voici les batteries alimentées par une énergie inépuisable... La chaleur du corps humain !

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9 Steps for Facebook Graph Search Optimization [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Discover how to optimize your company's Facebook page for Facebook's new search engine called Graph Search...

 


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Philippe Trebaul's comment, September 8, 2013 4:34 PM
Thx for all these intersting an positive reactions. Scoopsare more interesting with intreactivity. Together...we are stronger. By adding intelligence, skills, and experiences. Have a great week :) Philippe
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9 Steps for Facebook Graph Search Optimization [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Your infographics are allways so...great, Rim! Have a very nice week,my dear :) Philippe
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How Big Are Galaxies?

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I'm going to refrain from the initial response that comes to mind... actually, no I won't -- they're really, really, really big!!!!
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Infographic: The Incredible Growth of Web Usage [1984-2013]

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In the three decades since the Internet evolved from an experimental band of academic and government computer systems into a globe-spanning network of interconnected systems, the amount of time spent online has grown to rival (or even exceed) the time spent living offline. Personal computers, tablets and smartphones have made the connected life a reality, and the number of folks pursuing it has exploded.

 

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Andrew Earnshaw's curator insight, September 20, 2013 3:23 PM

Yes, I too can remember when there wasn't an Internet. Is there an application that's not yet been produced. What next will we all wonder how we did without ?

Al Marqz's curator insight, September 27, 2013 7:14 PM

La humanidad en bloque ha optado por la gran Red y de ésta, por las redes sociales... ¡Larga vida a la web!

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The rise & rise of web usage is one of the most unifying & reformative development to have impacted on a global scale. An insightful info-graphic that offers a unique purview from the inception days of internet to the latest trend of app usage estimating an annual revenue of $24 billion.

 

A pure delight that's not to be missed #PlbKkt for #hshdsh via #blogs4bytes //

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Black hole powered jets plow into galaxy

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The intense gravity of a supermassive black hole can be tapped to produce immense power in the form of jets moving at millions of miles per hour.

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Ari Meier's curator insight, June 3, 2013 3:05 PM

Would this allow us to travel backward or forward in time?

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Hubble Space Telescope Finds Source of Magellanic Stream

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Infographic: The Incredible Growth of Web Usage [1984-2013]

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In the three decades since the Internet evolved from an experimental band of academic and government computer systems into a globe-spanning network of interconnected systems, the amount of time spent online has grown to rival (or even exceed) the time spent living offline. Personal computers, tablets and smartphones have made the connected life a reality, and the number of folks pursuing it has exploded.

 

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Andrew Earnshaw's curator insight, September 20, 2013 3:23 PM

Yes, I too can remember when there wasn't an Internet. Is there an application that's not yet been produced. What next will we all wonder how we did without ?

Al Marqz's curator insight, September 27, 2013 7:14 PM

La humanidad en bloque ha optado por la gran Red y de ésta, por las redes sociales... ¡Larga vida a la web!

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The rise & rise of web usage is one of the most unifying & reformative development to have impacted on a global scale. An insightful info-graphic that offers a unique purview from the inception days of internet to the latest trend of app usage estimating an annual revenue of $24 billion.

 

A pure delight that's not to be missed #PlbKkt for #hshdsh via #blogs4bytes //

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Artificial-intelligence research revives its old ambitions - MIT News Office

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A new interdisciplinary research center at MIT, funded by the National Science Foundation, aims at nothing less than unraveling the mystery of intelligence.
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NASA's Chandra Observatory catches giant black hole rejecting material

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Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory have taken a major step in explaining why material around the giant black hole at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy is extraordinarily faint in X-rays.
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NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory untangles motion inside the sun

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Using an instrument on NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, called the Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager, or HMI, scientists have overturned previous notions of how the sun's writhing insides move from equator to pole and back again, a key part of...

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