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Google Webmaster Tools Offers Users New 'Security Issues' Feature ...

Google Webmaster Tools Offers Users New 'Security Issues' Feature ... | Secure Geeking | Scoop.it
Verified site owners now have access to a new tool that ensures stress-free site recovery after being hacked with spam or malware.
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Beautiful One Page Parallax Scrolling Websites

Beautiful One Page Parallax Scrolling Websites | Secure Geeking | Scoop.it
HTML5 and CSS3 have totally changed the web designing and development industry and now allow you to do some amazing stuff which not only makes your website more user-friendly but also enhances the look of website as a whole.

Via Thomas Faltin
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#unnecessary #improvements #website #phasethree

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A review of ‘Twitter for Research’

A review of ‘Twitter for Research’ | Secure Geeking | Scoop.it
This is a round-up of the content, reaction and response to the Twitter for Research session I gave here in Cambridge last week. The session was attended by a relatively small audience of 30 (acade...

Via Salma Patel, Lina Morgado
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Fascinating insight that is well worth you reading.

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Reality Check: Policy in an LTE worldMobile Technology | Wireless Broadband | Wireless Carriers | RCR U.S. Wireless News

Reality Check: Policy in an LTE worldMobile Technology | Wireless Broadband |  Wireless Carriers | RCR U.S. Wireless News | Secure Geeking | Scoop.it
Communications service providers are deploying LTE networks, increasing the available bandwidth to their customers and finding that their existing models for revenue growth are not applicable
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"Writers are using their mobile phone to make decisions that will lead to their being more productive."

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Social media emerge as a big advertising platform — and a target for hackers

Social media emerge as a big advertising platform — and a target for hackers | Secure Geeking | Scoop.it
Social media platforms have evolved into major advertising vehicles for brands, which can set up accounts free but have to pay for more sophisticated advertising products.
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How has this not changed within the last decade?

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GitHub for Windows Recent Improvements · GitHub

GitHub for Windows Recent Improvements · GitHub | Secure Geeking | Scoop.it
Build software better, together.
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Visuals and the sharing of visuals, including the Gravatar function... must be related.

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LinkedIn Profile Is More Important Than Résumé - Business 2 Community

LinkedIn Profile Is More Important Than Résumé - Business 2 Community | Secure Geeking | Scoop.it

Do I shock you with this declaration? Think again. Your résumé is typically being sent to individuals, to recruiters, or as a job application, which has limited exposure. Yet your LinkedIn profile is open to literally the entire world around the clock. Moreover, as I understand it, LinkedIn is now considered the choice tool by recruiters and human resources professionals because it is so user-friendly and searchable.


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Microsoft Academic Search

Microsoft Academic Search | Secure Geeking | Scoop.it
Find information about academic papers, authors, conferences, journals, and organizations from multiple sources.

 

~ Here's another example of serendiptous discover.  I picked this specialized search tool up from my Literacy with ICT Diigo group weekly email.  Thanks to Phil Taylor for sharing the link. 

 

Microsoft's Academic Search Engine offers a number of ways to search for research about any topic.  It's an intriguing, more visuual, alternative to Google's Acadmenic search.

 

The academic map gives you a world view of universities. You can then drill down into their databases, viewing research by topic, discipline, author.  The visual tools enhance the experience and provide entry points for searchers of different levels of expertise.

 

Comparing organizations by citation count is another innovative way to investigate data.  All of the tools give you a variety of ways to compare and consider information from academic sources.

 

This is a find! Click in and explore! ~ Dennis


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MNOs giving away Billions to Banks.

MNOs giving away Billions to Banks. | Secure Geeking | Scoop.it

March 6, 2012 If you can solve Authentication.. everything else is just accounting - Ross Anderson, KC Fed, March 2012 Good news: Someone is reading my blog.

 


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MVNO acting as MNO

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Upgrade to Better Intuitive, User-Friendly Website with HTML5's ...

Upgrade to Better Intuitive, User-Friendly Website with HTML5's ... | Secure Geeking | Scoop.it
No web developer or designer likes to build an ill-suited website for its users. A good website is the one which uses thoughtfully layered elements and clear specifications bearing meaningful information.
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Board updated on 'user friendly' efforts

Board updated on 'user friendly' efforts | Secure Geeking | Scoop.it
Forsyth County's “user friendly initiative” has spurred several changes to the unified development code and permitting with the aim of simplifying the process for businesses, developers and residents.
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#business #developers #residents

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