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Google doodle honors birthday of biophysicist Rosalind Franklin - CNET (blog)

Google doodle honors birthday of biophysicist Rosalind Franklin - CNET (blog) | Nmodes | Scoop.it
Christian Science Monitor Google doodle honors birthday of biophysicist Rosalind Franklin CNET (blog) Google devoted its doodle on Thursday to mark the 93rd birthday of Rosalind Franklin, a British biophysicist and X-ray crystallographer who made...
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Twitter / TheMindBlowing: Funny Google Searches! Try ...

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Funny Google Searches! Try this: http://t.co/PnnslZEK10

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12 Powerful Strategies to Increase Sales That You Need to Know

12 Powerful Strategies to Increase Sales That You Need to Know | Nmodes | Scoop.it

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Suchitra Mishra's curator insight, July 3, 2013 3:05 AM

A great compilation of links and insights for boosting online sales

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Un bon reccueil de techniques et stratégies à connaitre pour augmenter ses ventes. Certaines sont à creuser, voire implémenter dans votre entreprise.

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What are the best strategies to increase sales? Find out more about 12 powerful strategies to increase sales that you need to know.

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Microsoft's Albert Penello Says Hardware is "Meaningless"

Microsoft's Albert Penello Says Hardware is "Meaningless" | Nmodes | Scoop.it
There's a cat fight going on in the console wars, and Microsoft's Albert Penello is leading the charge for Microsoft.  He says that the argument over console hardware is "meaningless" and that rega...

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Lessons In Love From Starbucks CEO [VIDEO]

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Kristine Putt's comment, August 10, 2013 4:24 PM
Is Starbucks in contradiction with "Love is the killer app" by advocating "Bring your gun to Starbucks day?" Does this move pose the question of brand integrity? What do they stand for, love or packing heat? To me, these seem to be conflicting brand personalities. http://mashable.com/2013/08/09/bring-your-gun-starbucks/
Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, August 10, 2013 6:15 PM
My read on the guns at Starbucks is NOT that it is a brand event as much as a brand kidnapping by gun advocates. I don't see guns as consistent with Schultz stands on other issues and the over (what they stand to gain) is so tiny compared to the under (what they stand to lose) it feels like a brand kidnap more than anything Starbucks is behind. If Starbucks is saying Starbucks = support for guns then I stand corrected and your read is correct (DAMAGE). It just felt like a kidnap to me on reading the piece and any brand can be kidnapped at any time by anyone. Most strong brands, and I would put Starbucks in this group, bounce back since the overall truth wins out in the end (despite the kidnap).
Kristine Putt's comment, August 10, 2013 7:06 PM
Yes, you're right. It does sound like a brand "kidnapping." Although, in an effort to protect its own reputation, I'm kind of thinking that it would be wise for Starbucks to "just say no" to this group - meaning, anyone coming in with a gun strapped to their sides would be 86'd. Imagine if something really terrible happened as a result of this "kidnapping" and Starbucks as faced with an upward battle to repair their brand reputation, all of which could have been easily avoided by simply not catering to the gun group. Not being negative, just looking at the possible outcome and weighing the risks. If it were my brand? No way, not a risk worth taking. Having said all this, absolutely love the original philosophy Starbucks was built on! I believe more brands are learning to embrace an empathic business platform. I hope so anyway :)
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Google Glass Teaches Sergey Brin the Value of SnapChat - MIT Technology Review

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Google Glass Teaches Sergey Brin the Value of SnapChat
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Can it be long before Google adds photo-based messaging to its wearable computer Google Glass?
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5 Common Startup SEO Mistakes

5 Common Startup SEO Mistakes | Nmodes | Scoop.it

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Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, July 10, 2013 9:15 AM
Like Stephanie's postage stamp analogy. Some social tools such as @Scoopit can become creation tools too (not just delivery vehicles). Scoop.it is a hybrid both postage stamp, letter and curated letter (from other sources). Why it rocks SEO and is fun to use. Also the fastest feedback loop on the web :). M
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Stephanie Katcher's comment, July 18, 2013 11:33 AM
Thanks Martin! You're right about Scoop.it's role. Now I need to dig up the mindmap I have for key players.
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Are These New Startups The Future Of Media?

Are These New Startups The Future Of Media? | Nmodes | Scoop.it

A new accelerator looking for how we’re going to create and view content. What’s the future going to bring: ways for all of us to make more of our own great content.

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