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Lytro má konečně software i pro Windows 7 | FOTO

Lytro má konečně software i pro Windows 7 | FOTO | Small and Medium Businesses | Scoop.it
7. 2012 Přidat komentář. Pamatujete na fotoaparáty Lytro, u kterých si až na hotové fotografii vyberete, kam chcete zaostřit? Software pro zpracování „raw“ snímků z fotoaparátu byl k dosud k dispozici jen pro Apple Mac OS.
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SEO Formula And Strategic Integration

SEO Formula And Strategic Integration | Small and Medium Businesses | Scoop.it
A solid strategy is always a brainchild of a strong, persistent and flexible mindset. A mindset that can both strictly implement needed actions and agile enough to adapt to sudden changes.

 

"There is one formula that I believe has been working for so long, for so many websites, that I think many aren’t aware of or maybe know it but wouldn’t just bank on that idea.

 

So how does this formula work?

 

It’s actually more on the principle behind your on-site and off-site optimization, wherein the 2 most important aspects of SEO will strongly put emphasis on:

 

1) An effective site structure and information architecture, which is the part that will focus on getting your site’s pages better search rankings.

 

2) Acquiring links mainly for visibility and indexation, not rankings".

 

Full Article Here: http://kaiserthesage.com/seo-formula/


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AB Developers 's comment, July 26, 2012 10:15 PM
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5 Stupidest Things Ever Done With Borders

5 Stupidest Things Ever Done With Borders | Small and Medium Businesses | Scoop.it
Where you find a border, you usually find somebody pissed off about it.

 

Disclaimer: This article is more glib and crude in its language than I typically post.  However there is some great insight in this article about the curiosities that can occur on the borders that merits inclusion here.  Enclaves, walls, roads, glaciers, and tables all play prominent roles in these 5 quirky borders. 


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Ms. Harrington's comment, July 24, 2012 6:48 PM
Wow, I never knew border issues like this existed! Some are strange, but they live with the issue, like Canusa and the Netherlands/Belgium. Some are high tension, like Pakistan and India. I guess some of these issues are inevitable, the border has to go somewhere, and people over hundreds of years have moved outward.
Don Brown Jr's comment, July 25, 2012 7:09 PM
Although some of these boarders were established for security reasons, many more like the one along the American boarder seem to be constructed for more symbolic purposes as a physiological rather than a physical barrier.
Gregory S Sankey Jr.'s curator insight, December 4, 2013 3:24 PM

Within this article the author said it well, referencing that although these borders just seem silly and "stupid" to us, those who live within these boundaries must have an incredibly frustrating life. Having to hop three-four borders to get to the mainland of your country sounds completely crazy. I'm glad I live in Rhode Island.

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Týden se správou aplikací pomocí SCCM 2012 – díl 1: instalace ...

Týden se správou aplikací pomocí SCCM 2012 – díl 1: instalace ... | Small and Medium Businesses | Scoop.it
Vítejte u prvního dílu pětidílného seriálu, ve kterém společně se podíváme na možnosti správy aplikací s využitím nástroje System Center Configuration Manager 2012 (SCCM 2012). ...
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Why Bing’s Social Integration is Better than Google’s

Why Bing’s Social Integration is Better than Google’s | Small and Medium Businesses | Scoop.it

From The Article: "The key question here – as always – is whether or not Bing’s search results are good enough to steal market share away from Google.

 

Though the New Bing rollout appears to have affected the user interface only, the quality of its SERPs still receives mixed reviews.

 

Until the engine can get these quality concerns resolved, all the social integrations in the world won’t matter in terms of reclaiming any measurable amount of new users".

 

Read More Here: http://www.singlegrain.com/blog/why-bings-social-integration-is-better-than-googles/


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Understanding Poverty in the United States

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Analysis of poverty in the USA: poor children rarely hungry; poor often have cable TV, air conditioning, a computer, and larger homes than non-poor Europeans.

 

This is an interesting series of bar graphs, pie charts and other data sets, all showing helping us to contextualize the life of the poor.  How is 'being poor' in the United States distinct from poverty in other regions of the world?  Is it fair to distinguish between the two?  How do you define poverty?  Is it a universal standard that is the same everywhere or is it a relation measure compared to others within the community? 


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Roland Trudeau Jr.'s comment, July 22, 2012 8:22 AM
i believe one of the major issues as was stated, is coming up with a true definition of poverty. The word should not be merely thrown around. A practical definition would include the ability to acquire your basic needs, food, shelter etc, all your necessities. I hate to break it to them, but cable tv, is not essential to daily life. Air conditioning is a thin line, depending on whether or not the person(s) require it due to medical conditions. Sure it is wonderful to have the internet and video game systems, but it doesn't make it unlivable to go without. As long as you have a decent living space with your bills paid and enough food to eat, you can hardly be considered poor.