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20 películas que pondrán a prueba tu creatividad e imaginación

20 películas que pondrán a prueba tu creatividad e imaginación | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
Entre surrealismo, sueños y e historias que probablemente se tengan que ver en repetidas ocasiones, las películas que ponen a prueba la creatividad, la imaginación y el poder de la mente de las pe...

Via Sonia C. Alonso
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Ponte a prueba... imagina vía @Sonia C. Alonso #Creativo #peliculas

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Cómo subir fotos a Instagram desde tu ordenador

Cómo subir fotos a Instagram desde tu ordenador | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
¡Pues bien fácil! Seguro que sigues a muchos perfiles en Instagram que sube fotos súper molonas y de muy buena calidad a esta aplicación de fotografías, y piensas pues mi súper smartphone de última...
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Puedes compartir imágenes en Instagram desde tu PC, Mac o TV

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Cómo romper bloqueos mentales: El Efecto Wilson

Cómo romper bloqueos mentales: El Efecto Wilson | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
Romper los bloqueos mentales es crítico para el trabajo creativo. No sabemos muy bien cómo ni porqué pero nuestra mente se bloquea. No tenemos ideas, no avanzamos en las conclusiones, siempre giramos entorno a los mismos conceptos sin llegar a ningún sitio, o incluso nos quedamos totalmente en blanco sin saber muy bien que hacer.

Via Minerva Bueno
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Tres estrategias que pueden funcionar...

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MyKLogica's curator insight, March 11, 2014 3:17 PM

#Creatividad: 3 técnicas fáciles y sencillas de aplicar que, doy fe, funcionan.

harold cruz correa's curator insight, March 13, 2014 4:04 PM

Muy bueno, gracias.

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What is the #Future of #SocialMedia? - Jeffbullas's Blog

What is the #Future of #SocialMedia? - Jeffbullas's Blog | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
Much has been written about Facebook’s acquisition of the rapidly growing WhatsApp for $19 billion. What does this say about the future of social media?
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Jeff Bullas: "Social media companies and bloggers can capitalize on this trend by embracing brevity as well as mobile access and simplicity."

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5 Powerful Notes to Write That Will Change Your Life

5 Powerful Notes to Write That Will Change Your Life | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
How? When you give, you also receive.
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Here are five notes you should write today:

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How To Be A Better Leader By Rewiring Your Brain - Inc.com

How To Be A Better Leader By Rewiring Your Brain - Inc.com | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
How To Be A Better Leader By Rewiring Your Brain
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Controlling the way your brain responds to emotions isn't as complicated as it sounds. A psychologist explains the steps that will change your behavior.

Via Rami Kantari
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"Emotional Intelligence (EQ), the ability to recognize, understand, and control your own and others' emotions." Do you want to know more... just follow this link!

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Andrew Man's curator insight, March 7, 2014 3:04 AM

Being able to use your sense is a great achievement, but choosing your reactions to your stimuli differentiates us from animals.

Graeme Reid's curator insight, March 9, 2014 7:32 PM

Or put more simplistically - Think before you act.

María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, March 10, 2014 8:43 AM

Better Leader...Great one

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Anairas: Cómo aprovechar el Principio de Pareto (80-20) con tu marca en #SocialMedia

Anairas: Cómo aprovechar el Principio de Pareto (80-20) con tu marca en #SocialMedia | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
Cómo aprovechar el Principio de Pareto (80-20) para obtener una exposición correcta de tu negocio/marca en Social Media.
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"Centrarte en dar valor y calidad con tus publicaciones en redes sociales"

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Empresa social e Inteligencia 3.0

Empresa social e Inteligencia 3.0 | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
Estrategia y Desarrollo

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Post interesante!

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MyKLogica's comment, December 20, 2013 12:34 PM
Muchas gracias Jordi y gracias por hacerme profundizar en el concepto y sugerírmelo!!
Bellean Stella Pantoja Imbachi's curator insight, February 6, 2014 1:23 PM

Lograr asertividad en un nivel de 3.0, conjugada con otras competencias es muy probable que sea una persona que se destaca por su credibilidad, por su coherencia y su facilidad en trabajar soluciones y sumar voluntades. Algunos a estas personas les llaman "los que nacieron con estrellas" y yo les llamo "inteligentes emocionales"

enrique rubio royo's curator insight, February 20, 2014 4:57 AM

Empresa social e Inteligencia 3.0 vs Desarrollo sistemas sociales 'bottom-up' (Procesos de desarrollo y transformación integral personal, perfil eAprendiz/Modelo Suricata, inconscientemente competente, desarrollo de hábitos específicos)

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This is Your Brain on a Laser Beam | Big Think TV | Big Think

This is Your Brain on a Laser Beam | Big Think TV | Big Think | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
It's mathematically possible for your consciousness to exist without your body. 

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It's mathematically possible...

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Descifran diez palabras del misterioso libro de Voynich

Descifran diez palabras del misterioso libro de Voynich | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it

La británica Universidad de Bedfordshire ha anunciado que uno de sus profesores, experto en lingüística aplicada, ha conseguido descifrar diez palabras del manuscrito de Voynich, un libro del siglo XV considerado como «el más misterioso» del mundo y que, hasta ahora, resultaba un auténtico galimatías al que nadie encontraba sentido, hasta el punto de que ha llegado a ser tachado de fraude. 

El manuscrito de renombre mundial está lleno de ilustraciones de plantas exóticas, estrellas y figuras humanas misteriosas, además de muchas páginas escritas en un idioma desconocido. Hasta ahora la obra ha desconcertado a estudiosos y criptógrafos. Se han propuesto las más distintas teorías sobre su autoría. Algunos sugieren que la obra está relacionada con Leonardo da Vinci, los cátaros, la tribu perdida de Israel o los aztecas... Incluso se ha llegado a proclamar la disparatada idea de que fue escrita por extraterrestres.


Via Terrae Antiqvae
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Un #libro del siglo XV considerado como «el más misterioso» del mundo

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La #educación conectada: la escuela en tiempos de redes.

¿Qué es la educación conectada? Julen Iturbe, Urko Fernández, Charo Fernández, Víctor Cuevas, Juan Sánchez Martos, Lorena Fernández, David Álvarez, Tíscar La...

Via Juan Jesús Baño Egea
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El futuro es de los #niños Una población formada es menos fácil de manipular!

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Unofficial Guide To Feedly: Better Than Google Reader

Unofficial Guide To Feedly: Better Than Google Reader | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
Table Of Contents

§1 – Introduction to Feedly

§2 – Getting Started With Feedly

§3 – Overview of Feedly’s Advanced Features

§4 – Taking Feedly Mobile

§5 – Feedly Tips For Advanced Users

§6 – Conclusion

§7 – Image Credits

§8 – About the Author…


Via Frédéric DEBAILLEUL
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Nuria Parra Macías's curator insight, February 18, 2014 2:32 AM

Guía para usar Feedly: no por no ser la versión oficial es menos útil.

Volkmar Langer's curator insight, February 18, 2014 3:32 AM

Very nice, feedly is my Favorite and now I can still learn a lot about it - thanks to Kannon Yamada.

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13 citas para #emprendedores que te harán #pensar | Eureka-Startups

13 citas para #emprendedores que te harán #pensar | Eureka-Startups | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
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Tony Hsieh: "No seas arrogante. No seas llamativo. Siempre hay alguien mejor que tú."

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Empoderar a la ciudadania mediática desde la educomunicación

Empoderar a la ciudadania mediática desde la educomunicación | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it

En el presente artículo se analiza el concepto de ciudadanía en sus diferentes significaciones (ciudadanía política, jurídica, social, conómica, ecológica e intercultural), con el fin de justificar la actualidad del concepto de ciudadanía mediática, sobre todo por su validez en el ámbito de la educomunicación.

 

El objetivo último es reconstruir la dimensión social, ética y política de la educomunicación a partir de un fundamento filosófico práctico. En esta tarea de fundamentación, cabe apelar a dos enfoques muy potentes en la actualidad como son la ética dialógica y el enfoque de las capacidades, por su vinculación con el ámbito comunicativo y por su contribución a la noción del desarrollo humano, presente en los programas de educación mediática de organismos internacionales como la UNESCO o la Comisión Europea.

 

A partir de la fundamentación filosófica ofrecida, los criterios para evaluar y reconstruir la dimensión práctica de la educomunicación son la participación cívica, la libertad como desarrollo y la autonomía crítica, consideradas asimismo como fines de los sistemas educativos en  sociedades plurales y democráticas, sobre todo desde un modelo deliberativo y participativo de democracia.

 

Tras esta argumentación, el artículo concluye a favor de la interdisciplinariedad en el estudio de la educación mediática, un proyecto educativo que es crucial para la reactivación de la sociedad civil y el empoderamiento de la ciudadanía en el actual contexto comunicativo.

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"la dimensión práctica de la educomunicación son laparticipación cívica, la libertad como desarrollo y la autonomía crítica"

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10 Simple Tips to Double your LinkedIn Connections - Jeffbullas's Blog

10 Simple Tips to Double your LinkedIn Connections - Jeffbullas's Blog | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
LinkedIn is the boring brother of Facebook. A bit buttoned up. But it is not to be underestimated. Here are 10 tips to double your LinkedIn connections
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So what are some simple tips to be more effective on #LinkedIn and make use of its global #network of movers and shakers?

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Why Cognitive Load Theory Needs to be Applied to Every Presentation

Why Cognitive Load Theory Needs to be Applied to Every Presentation | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
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"Simplicity and your information will be remembered."

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How to take advantage of the brain's preference of visual content & stories

How to take advantage of the brain's preference of visual content & stories | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
To make your Content Marketing work stand out you need to combine visual elements through storytelling. Read to learn more on data visualization.

Via Ally Greer
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"Keeping this in mind for content marketing can lead to some great visual storytelling"

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Karen Ostenried's curator insight, March 12, 2014 8:09 PM

Remember people learn from you in 3 ways, audibly, visually and kinaesthetically. Which is why what you do with your body including your face is also so critical. 

Dave Wood's curator insight, March 14, 2014 6:58 PM

The first 2 sentences of this article sum it all up:

"On average, your readers will only read 28% of the words on a page.

Can you tell your whole story in 2-3 sentences? Probably not."

 

As graphic/visual coaches this reinforces the value of recording and working through visuals to support and enhance  the normal  talking and  note taking.

Raquel Oliveira's curator insight, March 15, 2014 1:26 PM

Para aumentar a retenção na aprendizagem, a combinação de imagens e contação de histórias ainda são técnincas campeãs. Vamos pratica-las nas acoes educacionais ? 

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[Infografía] 10 cosas que están pasando o pasarán en el mercado laboral

[Infografía] 10 cosas que están pasando o pasarán en el mercado laboral | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it

Infografía con 10 cosas que están pasando o pasarán en el mercado laboral. Una realidad que hemos comenzado a experimentar en el mundo difuso, evolutivo, incierto y caótico en el que nos encontramos actualmente... 


Via Edumorfosis
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Para no estar #parado hay que estar en "movimiento" Si quieres saber en que dirección, esta #infografía te interesa...

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Carina Ruiz Diaz's curator insight, March 9, 2014 5:15 PM

el futuro laboral 

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11 Tips to Double Your Twitter Followers - Jeffbullas's Blog

11 Tips to Double Your Twitter Followers - Jeffbullas's Blog | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
Increasing your Twitter followers has some distinct benefits for business and brands. So how do you double your Twitter followers? Here are 11 simple tips.
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11 Tips to Double Your #Twitter Followers - Jeffbullas's Blog

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What is #Google #Authorship? Tips and Resources

What is #Google #Authorship? Tips and Resources | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
As professional content curators, creators, and promoters, we've all heard about the importance of Google Authorship, and know that, somehow, it does have more benefits than just causing our beautiful faces to show up in search results next to content we've published.
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"Google Authorship allows you to claim ownership of what you publish on the Internet by linking it to your G+ profile."

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Free Technology for Teachers: Wellcome Images Releases 100,000 Images Under Creative Commons Licensing

Free Technology for Teachers: Wellcome Images Releases 100,000 Images Under Creative Commons Licensing | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it

"The Wellcome Library recently made more than 100,000 drawings, photographs, paintings, and advertisements available to the world under Creative Commons licensing. The images available through the Wellcome Images library are primarily of a historic nature. You can browse the galleries or search for images by keyword."


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"You can browse the galleries or search for images by keyword."

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Hector Rosero's curator insight, February 25, 2014 12:14 PM

Magnífico material para añadir diseños, fotografías, dibujos a nuestros proyectos educativos. Todo bajo licencia Creative Commons. Gran aporte desde  www.freetech4teachers.com

Solange Giardino's curator insight, March 21, 2014 4:52 PM

Ótimas imagens para usar nas vídeo aulas.

Ajo Monzó's curator insight, July 28, 2014 5:46 AM

Buen material y bonitas imágenes! gracias!

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Which is the best #mindmapping #software? - WikIT

Which is the best #mindmapping #software? - WikIT | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it

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Jean-Pierre THELEN's curator insight, February 23, 2014 2:16 AM

Une initiative intéressante, même si certains choix sont discutables...

Louis Levy's curator insight, February 23, 2014 5:13 AM

Des choix forcément subjectifs ...

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Einstein’s lost theory uncovered

Einstein’s lost theory uncovered | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it
Physicist explored the idea of a steady-state Universe in 1931.

 

The Big Bang theory had found observational support in the 1920s, when US astronomer Edwin Hubble and others discovered that distant galaxies are moving away and that space itself is expanding. This seemed to imply that, in the past, the contents of the observable Universe had been a very dense and hot ‘primordial broth’.

 

But, from the late 1940s, Hoyle argued that space could be expanding eternally and keeping a roughly constant density. It could do this by continually adding new matter, with elementary particles spontaneously popping up from space, Hoyle said. Particles would then coalesce to form galaxies and stars, and these would appear at just the right rate to take up the extra room created by the expansion of space. Hoyle’s Universe was always infinite, so its size did not change as it expanded. It was in a ‘steady state’.

 

The newly uncovered document shows that Einstein had described essentially the same idea much earlier. “For the density to remain constant new particles of matter must be continually formed,” he writes. The manuscript is thought to have been produced during a trip to California in 1931 — in part because it was written on American note paper.

 

It had been stored in plain sight at the Albert Einstein Archives in Jerusalem — and is freely available to view on its website — but had been mistakenly classified as a first draft of another Einstein paper. Cormac O’Raifeartaigh, a physicist at the Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland, says that he “almost fell out of his chair” when he realized what the manuscript was about. He and his collaborators have posted their findings, together with an English translation of Einstein’s original German manuscript, on the arXiv preprint server (C. O’Raifeartaigh et al. Preprint at http://arxiv.org/abs/1402.0132; 2014) and have submitted their paper to the European Physical Journal.

 

“This finding confirms that Hoyle was not a crank,” says study co-author Simon Mitton, a science historian at the University of Cambridge, UK, who wrote the 2005 biography Fred Hoyle: A Life in Science. The mere fact that Einstein had toyed with a steady-state model could have lent Hoyle more credibility as he engaged the physics community in a debate on the subject. “If only Hoyle had known, he would certainly have used it to punch his opponents,” O’Raifeartaigh says.

 

Although Hoyle’s model was eventually ruled out by astronomical observations, it was at least mathematically consistent, tweaking the equations of Einstein’s general theory of relativity to provide a possible mechanism for the spontaneous generation of matter. Einstein’s unpublished manuscript suggests that, at first, he believed that such a mechanism could arise from his original theory without modification. But then he realized that he had made a mistake in his calculations, O’Raifeartaigh and his team suggest. When he corrected it — crossing out a number with a pen of a different colour — he probably decided that the idea would not work and set it aside.


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Helge Kragh: “What the manuscript shows is that although by then he accepted the expansion of space, [Einstein] was unhappy with a Universe changing in time”

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Prions Are Key to Preserving Long-Term Memories

Prions Are Key to Preserving Long-Term Memories | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it

The famed protein chain reaction that made mad cow disease a terror may be involved in helping to ensure that our recollections don't fade.

 

Prions are proteins with two unusual properties: First, they can switch between two possible shapes, one that is stable on its own and an alternate conformation that can form chains. Second, the chain-forming version has to be able to trigger others to change shape and join the chain. Say that in the normal version the protein is folded so that one portion of the protein structure—call it "tab A"—fits into its own "slot B." In the alternate form, though, tab A is available to fit into its neighbor's slot B. That means the neighbor can do the same thing to the next protein to come along, forming a chain or clump that can grow indefinitely.


For a brain cell, keeping a memory around is a lot of work. A variety of proteins need to be continually manufactured at the synapse, the small gap that interfaces one cell to another. But whereas a cell may have a multitude of synapses, the protein synthesis that grows and maintains the connection only occurs at specific ones that have been activated. Work in the sea slug Aplysia (a favorite of neuroscientists because of its large cells) showed that a protein called CPEB, for cytoplasmic polyadenylation element binding, is necessary to keep a synapse activated. CPEB acts as a prion.


Once the prion's chain reaction gets started it's self-perpetuating, and thus the synapse can be maintained after the initial trigger is gone—perhaps for a lifetime. But that still doesn't explain how the first prion is triggered or why it only happens in certain synapses and not others.

 

An answer comes from Si's work on fruit flies, published February 11 in PLoS Biology. Sex—and, in particular, male courtship behavior—is an ideal realm in which to test memory: If a female is unreceptive, the male will remember this and stop trying to court her. Earlier, Si’s team showed that if the fly's version of CPEB, called Orb2, is mutated so that it cannot act as a prion, the insect briefly remembers that the female is unreceptive but that memory fades over the course of a few days.

 

Now, Si's team has figured out how the cell turns on the machinery responsible for the persistence of memory—and how the memory can be stabilized at just the right time and in the right place.

 

Before the memory is formed a fly's neuron is full of a version of the prion called Orb2B. Although this version can switch shapes to form prions' characteristic clumps, it can't get started without the related protein Orb2A. In this week's paper Si and colleagues untangled the multipartnered dance that controls Orb2A's role. First, a protein called TOB binds to Orb2A, allowing it to persist intact in the cell. (Normally, it would be broken down within a few hours.) Once stabilized it needs to have a phosphate tag attached, and this is done by another protein called Lim kinase.

 

Crucially, Lim kinase is only activated when the cell receives an electrical impulse—and only targeted at that synapse, not any other synaptic connections the cell might also be making. That means that the prion chain reaction is turned on in the specific time and place it's needed. This, researchers say, means the cell has a mechanism to stabilize some synapses but not others—potentially explaining why some of our memories fade, whereas others last a lifetime.

 

Although work so far on these proteins has been in yeast, sea slugs, flies and mice, the human CPEB may operate in the same way to preserve memories. The next steps, both researchers agree, are to develop better techniques to see where in the brain prions are activated, and to dig into more questions about how the prion process is regulated. One burning question: When we forget, does that mean that the prion's chain reaction has been halted?


Via Dr. Stefan Gruenwald
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Eli Levine's curator insight, February 20, 2014 3:35 PM

They may try to make us forget, and, indeed, they may actually succeed.

 

However, science works both ways, for positive uses and for negative as well.

 

Memory loss may be helpful to some, while memory retention is good for all.

Way cool science.

 

Hope it doesn't effect us negatively in some way.

 

Think about it. 

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How to Increase Your Google+ Engagement by 281%

How to Increase Your Google+ Engagement by 281% | Personas 2.0: #SocialMedia #Strategist | Scoop.it

"If you are limited to the amount of time you can spend on Google+, I recommend that you focus your efforts on the following:

 

- Authorship – by following these steps, you can add an image next to your search listings.

 

- Videos – by sharing videos related to your business, you can roughly get 28.6% more engagement.

 

- Ask questions – you will get more comments if you ask engaging questions. These questions could be related to your business, the industry your are in or anything else that your friends might like.

 

- Post on Friday – there are a lot of people on Google+ on Fridays from 11 am to 2 pm"

 


Via Antonino Militello
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"Increase your organic traffic by up to 150%"

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Gareth Harris's curator insight, February 17, 2014 4:15 AM

Although all the stats are US based the information is very useful and should definitely be worth thinking about in the UK.

Rich Rawdin's curator insight, February 17, 2014 8:36 AM
This is a great article. Tons of information which I am going to try to figure out how to implement on Google +
2DiFore Marketing Solutions's curator insight, February 21, 2014 8:22 AM

Are you shy about using Google+ to increase your engagement, think again! Don't forget to use Google Hangout, it is more reliable than Skype!