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How The World Would Look If We Could See All The Radiation From Our Cell Phones

How The World Would Look If We Could See All The Radiation From Our Cell Phones | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

If you’re reading this, you’re likely bathed in several channels of cell phone radiation at once. But while we can spot cell phone towers and antennae, the waves themselves remain invisible. Following up on a project to visualize what Wi-Fi might look like in cities, artist-researcher Nickolay Lamm has imagined what cell phone radiation would look like if emitted as waves of light.

 

Lamm worked with eight academics and engineers to verify that the images we’re looking at are accurate representations of cell phone radiation. Like radio, cell phones rely on radio frequency waves, which emit low-energy radiation. Unlike ionizing radiation--released by higher-energy gamma rays, x-rays, and ultraviolet rays--exposure to cell phones’ non-ionizing radiation has not been proven to cause serious damage to living tissue


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We are bathing in a deadly cocktail of radiation! No wonder it is like being at the receiving end in a microwave oven. Radiation can alter our DNA, and cause mutations to happen! Mutation may be defined as accelerated evolution in layman's terms! Increasing cases of cancer, pshyco-neural complications, birth defects, you name it, all these can be aggravated by this deadly exposure to radiation! No wonder we are so obsessed with technology that we are ready to ignore all those emissions all for the sake of comfort! This is an article that is simply laying bare the facts!

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, December 12, 2013 9:59 AM

Stunning and possibly concerning photographs are worth a lock. Recommended reading. 9 / 10

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Kwang Hyun's curator insight, December 13, 2013 12:32 AM

This is just an interesting sight that if we would see how many cell phones we use daily, it can cover the whole world multiple times. It was very interesting to see. It is pretty crazy how we are involved with techoniogies now.

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How to Publish 100 High-Impact Blog Posts This Year

How to Publish 100 High-Impact Blog Posts This Year | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Since our first reader in August of 2014, we’ve steadily increased our traffic, and we're now consistently drawing 5,000 plus readers per month to our blog. Our traffic is increasing at a growing rate, and we're optimistic about doubling or tripling our traffic in the upcoming year.


If you're a small company like ours — under 20 employees — you're probably wondering how we can consistently publish over 100 quality blog posts annually in addition to getting our “day jobs” done. The answer is in our process.  


There are five important steps that make up our process, and each is critical in helping us accomplish our goal of publishing 100 high quality new blog posts annually. These steps use the HubSpot blogging and social tools....


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Maintaining a publication schedule, preparing an annual calendar and planning topics for the whole year will help publish a significant number of blog posts in a year. I guess we could also use artificial intelligence to narrow down on topics that are most likely to be of significance in the coming year!
 
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The story of how one HubSpot user built a strategy of publishing high-quality articles to increase their website traffic by 300%.

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5 Leadership Mistakes Even the Best Bosses Make

If you think your boss is some freak of nature and you're the luckiest person alive, I'll break it to you gently: He or she is human and will make mistakes.

 

The great ones rise up from their errors by A) acknowledging they made a mistake and correcting a behavior (think humility), or B) acknowledging a blind spot that needs to be addressed, then doing something about it.

 

Lets dive into a few prevalent leadership mistakes that even the best and smartest leaders tend to make.


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Sometimes even good leaders will miss out on important aspects of leadership. Not coaching their subordinates, not lending an ear, and putting off important one on ones, even if these are informal will affect the quality of leadership. Having loads of work pressure is not an excuse for ignoring any of these five leadership qualities!
 
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The Learning Factor's curator insight, June 21, 7:12 PM

They may be great and smart, but they're also human and will make mistakes.

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una noticia... Tu jefe es tambien una persona humana... y comete errores!
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You Might Not Feel Tired, But Your Brain Needs More Sleep

You Might Not Feel Tired, But Your Brain Needs More Sleep | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Are you getting enough sleep? Before you answer, try this: Sometime during your workday, sit down (at your desk is fine) and close your eyes. For the next few minutes, just focus on your breathing, paying attention to each inhale and exhale. This is a standard mindfulness exercise. If you find yourself getting drowsy, then sorry, but you’re not sleeping enough.


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It is a good idea for organizations to have rest areas for their workers. These times offs, apart from lunch breaks should be made mandatory. In my organization, we have silence time during the beginning of the day and at the end of the day, unfortunately, a three minute silence time is simply not enough!
 
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You might not feel tired, but your sleep deficit is probably holding back your cognitive functioning.

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'Being Yourself' Is The Key To Successful Leadership -- Why Is It So Hard?

'Being Yourself' Is The Key To Successful Leadership -- Why Is It So Hard? | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

There might still be some professionals and executives out there who long for the "good, old days" of workplace management. The days when you told your employees what to do and expected them to just get on with it. Assuming they didn’t want to suddenly find themselves unemployed.

But obviously that’s not you is it? You understand that leadership in the modern world is about engagement, about winning hearts and minds across your team. Above all, about being "authentic."

Authenticity has become a favorite buzz-word in management circles and research suggests it is an important characteristic for leaders to have. In these days of galloping cynicism about leaders of all types in organizations big and small, in business or politics, being seen as someone who actually aligns the values they propound with their actions seems to be highly motivating. And this, in turn leads to better staff retention, closer team cohesion and improved performance.


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One of the secrets to success in leadership is authenticity and originality. In an age of fakeism it is a rare but welcome moment to come across people who are not afraid of their originality, thus marking themselves as leaders of ideas and actions!
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Behavioral integrity is effective, because it improves your communication. And you can develop it.

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Fake News Isn't New; History Offers A Way To Fight It - MediaShift

Fake News Isn't New; History Offers A Way To Fight It - MediaShift | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Imagine opening your morning newspaper (itself a novelty these days) and finding a story about, not just life, but entire civilizations on another planet, attributed to one of the world’s foremost astronomers. Would you believe it, or might you suspect that some “alternative facts” had found their way to your doorstep?


Back in 1835, many readers in New York ended up believing just such a tale. The New York Sun, then one of the city’s leading newspapers, printed an elaborate six-part series about exotic animals living on the moon (including human-like creatures with wings), purportedly discovered through a gigantic newfangled telescope. The source of the information was Sir John Herschel, who was an actual real-life astronomer but had nothing whatsoever to do with the Sun’s scoop.


Rough image of lithograph of “ruby amphitheater” described in the New York Sun newspaper in August 1835.


Public domain image.Somebody at the Sun (just who remains something of a mystery) made the whole thing up, in an effort to goose its circulation. The hoax did eventually unravel, although the newspaper never retracted the story.


Today, of course, we are battling similarly fake news, found not only in dark corners of the Internet but in mainstream venues such as Facebook. Yet, even in our “post-truth” world, it is still virtually unthinkable that a major newspaper in a major U.S. city would publish information that it knew to be demonstrably false....


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Fake News is certainly not new! Joseph Goebells used fake news combined with propaganda techniques to spread deliberate miss-information. Socialist Governments in the Pre-Berlin wall era used fake news to keep the 'herd' together. 
 
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 18, 9:04 AM

Fake news has a "storied" history in journalism and Rich Shumate shares a great example from the New York Sun in 1835. Recommended reading! 10/10

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Does Branded Content Really Work?

Does Branded Content Really Work? | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Polar tested different ad formats including image-based content (graphics, image galleries, and slide shows), article-based content, and video-based content. It tested more than 30 pieces of content, with each type tested by a minimum of 1,000 people  via desktop, mobile, and both.


Among the findings of the study, conducted in March 2017:


--Consumer awareness of a brand increased to 69% after engaging with branded content, while purchase intent was 51%. The study also used a control group with no branding.


--Incorporating companion display ads next to branded content improved purchase intent by 17% and didn’t have a negative impact on brand perception


--Imagery (infographics, image galleries, and slide shows) performed the best among content formats. And notably, video isn’t always needed to tell the story. However, imagery outperformed articles by 11%.  


"We found that consumers responded a bit more favorably when there was less obvious branding,” Bella said....


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Somehow,  consumer awareness about brands has increased and people will always prefer to go for a branded product than any other one. 
 
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 18, 12:30 AM

Does branded content really work? Research says yes and that's great news for marketing.

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A Brief History of Content Marketing, Back to the Future Edition

A Brief History of Content Marketing, Back to the Future Edition | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

If you ask us, there are three things that we marketing nerds might love more than anything else: History, visual content, and the 1985 film Back to the Future.


So when it came to our attention that our friends at Uberflip combined all three of them, we were thrilled, to say the least. An infographic that uses our most beloved 1980s movie characters to explain the history of content? Be still, our beating hearts.


In all seriousness, have you ever thought about where this whole idea of content marketing really began? Perhaps you've wondered what its earliest forms looked like, before there was social media, blogs, or even -- gasp! -- the internet. After all, it's the very thing that, for many of us, can make or break an online presence. So who do we have to thank for it?


This fun infographic has the answer, pointing out some of the most important landmarks and developments in content marketing's history along the way. Let's hop back in time, and figure how we got to the present -- something that was once a rather futuristic vision....


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Amazing way to trace the history of content marketing. Surprisingly, the cave painters were amongst the first content marketers. 
 
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 5, 10:04 AM

Explore this brief, visual history of content marketing, as told by the characters of the beloved 1980s film Back to the Future.

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 5, 10:18 AM

Explore this brief, visual history of content marketing, as told by the characters of the beloved 1980s film Back to the Future.

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3 dark trends that could Destroy the Web - Tim Berners-Lee

3 dark trends that could Destroy the Web - Tim Berners-Lee | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it
Today marks 28 years since I submitted my original proposal for the world wide web.

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Tim Berners Lee has mentioned the three most pertinent and evident downsides of the internet today. These weaknesses might destroy the web, or maybe even us! Today we feel more vulnerable than our parents because "We have lost control over our personal data"! To make matters worse, "it is so easy too easy for misinformation to spread" take for example how misinformation can foment communalism. The third weakness pertains to how "political advertising needs transparency". The recent leakage of UID card details could have had a worse impact if the owners of those cards had been younger working people with a sound bank balance!
 
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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 7, 11:55 AM

A cautionary tale from Tim Berners-Lee oh how we are losing control of the Web and what we can do to bring more security and privacy protection to our online activities.  A must read for all of us.

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Minimalism Is Dead. Hello, Maximalism

Minimalism Is Dead. Hello, Maximalism | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Less is a bore, as Robert Venturi once said.


Minimalism has held a tight grip on the modern design industry for the past decade. We embraced the Apple aesthetic, extolled the logic of Helvetica, and worshiped at the church of Dieter Rams. It served its purpose, most recently, as a correctional to the excesses of the 1990s. But lately, as dispatches from Milan Design Week have shown, asceticism has given way to audacity.


Every April, hundreds of thousands of people trek to Milan for its trendsetting design week, which ultimately influences the furniture, accessories, and textiles that make their way into homes, offices, hotels, restaurants, and virtually every other interior. This year the artistic influences ranged from ’30s art deco to ’70s eclecticism. Designers and manufacturers experimented with digital fabrication–like 3D knitting–and rediscovered artisanal craft techniques, like lacquering, metal casting, and jacquard weaving.


But one thing was consistent: They’re embracing luxurious materials and textures, testing ambitious silhouettes, and piling on the details to yield products and furnishings that are visually enticing and emotionally evocative.In other words, minimalism is dead; maximalism has arrived....


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Minimalism is obsolete while Maximalism is the new kid on the block. It is not surprising considering the huge advantage of digital designing, 3-D printing, and the immense possibilities afforded by collaborative designing. The intricacies of Maximalist design can be faithfully created digitally. Digital designing has allowed the artist and the designer to simply follow his or her dreams to reality!
 
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Ad Spend Figures Don't Lie -- Print's Worst Days Are Yet To Come

Ad Spend Figures Don't Lie -- Print's Worst Days Are Yet To Come | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

The figures from AA/Warc are in, and as expected, 2016 was a massive year for digital marketing -- particularly mobile marketing. It grew 45% last year, nearly four times the growth rate of Internet advertising. Although the growth of mobile will be steady, it is still forecast to shoot up 30% this year and 20% next. 


That's the headline, but lurking a little lower down we have the demise of print. It's at this point that I know someone will comment about print's many attributes, and as a journalist from way before computer screens brought us news, I couldn't agree more. The trouble is that the figures don't lie. I am not happy about it, and I don't welcome it, but print's demise will only continue, and will likely worsen. Here's why.

First the figures. National newspaper advertising was down 10% last year, and it will be down 7% this year and 7% again the year after, AA/Warc reveals. Regional newspaper advertising was down 13% last year. Yes, there were modest single-digit increases for digital advertising -- up 5% for nationals in 2016 -- but in no way do they plug the gap of larger declines in print. Put it this way -- a 10% drop in national print advertising is very roughly equivalent to a little over GBP100m. National newspaper digital revenues for 2016 were only GBP230m, so a 5% increase would have been very roughly a little over GBP10m. That means, as a very rough calculation, that national print's losses were ten times the size of any digital gain. 


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Unfortunately, print media is dying away, and I am not using a euphemism to hide the fact that print is on its last legs. The article being scooped points out to facts and figures that show a decline in the number of advertisements appearing in print media, and yes, it is dropping at a steady rate. Those of us who have been around for quite some time will be sentimental about the disappearing newspapers and magazines that we were so fond of holding. The fights over who would get to read the newspaper first, or the long hours spent in the loo (because someone took the newspaper into the loo) will all be faded memories.
 
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, April 27, 11:39 PM

The report notes that regional print results are even worse.

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'I Hate Change' And 4 More Mindsets That Can Get You Fired

'I Hate Change' And 4 More Mindsets That Can Get You Fired | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Google is currently testing driverless cars in Arizona. The two of us had lunch one afternoon in Scottsdale and watched the noticeable cars (with their rooftop honing devices) pass by our restaurant. As the car passed we heard a gentleman at a nearby table say, “Not a chance I’d get in that car.”

As unnerving as driverless cars may seem, change can be hard for many people to accept. We often fear the worst — that music videos would be the end of radio, and tablets would eliminate traditional books. Just consider how many people find it concerning every time Apple changes its charging cord on the iPhone. Yes, it’s concerning. But, we adapt…because we have to.

Change, in all areas of life, can be daunting, and especially at work where our natural tendency is to find a groove that works for us. Still, the resistance to change can be dangerous — as the way we work, the when we work, and the things we work on are consistently in a state of flux.


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Somehow, the human brain is averse to change, and disruption tests it severely. It will take some time getting used to riding in driverless cars or any new technology that challenges accepted beliefs and norms. To say that you hate change is a sure way to get fired. You need to get over your hatred for change and accept that there might be other ways to do things.
 
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The Learning Factor's curator insight, April 18, 7:28 PM

In a world with driverless cars, drone package delivery, and technology advancing like never before, it can feel like everything, especially our work, is changing. But, there are some things that actually never change—like the five mindsets that could inspire your boss to ask you to ‘take a hike.’

James Schreier's curator insight, April 19, 8:25 AM

This is about "paradigms."

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Ten Things Your Resume Doesn't Mention -- But It Should

Ten Things Your Resume Doesn't Mention -- But It Should | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

For fifty or sixty years job-seekers have been taught to write their resumes in the most opaque and unhelpful way imaginable.

Job-seekers have been taught to use terse, governmental language in their resumes, so that almost every job-seeker sounds identical to every other job-seeker!

That's the worst possible approach. You are not a dry, dusty person — you are lively and creative! Why not show some of that creativity and spark in your resume?


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This is a most important and highly informative write up by Liz Ryan! Resume writing is something we teach at school at the grade twelve level in India as part of job applications. We do not, however, don't tell our students to mention the "ten things" listed by Liz. Most of us professionals would prefer to outsource the designing of our resumes to an expert. However, for those of us who do our resumes ourselves, it would be a good idea to speak with our "own voice" and not hesitate in being "honest"! We are so used to cliches and accepted conventions that oftentimes, our resumes sound dead and boring. I will surely revisit my resume after this!
 
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The Learning Factor's curator insight, April 11, 7:07 PM

Here are 10 essential pieces of information that do not show up on 99% of resumes -- but they should!

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Want to Be a Better Leader? Then Get Out of the Way

Let me first clarify what I mean by saying "get out of the way." I am not referring to being a passive leader nor am I saying that any good leader should be less visible. Quite the opposite. Being present and getting your hands dirty is part of the job. But there is a fine balance.

Working alongside the team in the trenches at times is important, but a high performance team must be empowered, nimble and adaptive. This is hard to accomplish when micro-managers are breathing down their necks all day. That's not a sound leadership strategy anyway and it won't lead to improving speed, efficiency or morale.


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Leaders who interfere too much, leaders who maintain a hawkeye's view of their employees need to "Get Out of the Way" according to this article! Somehow, successful leadership is about having the courage to give their subordinates the autonomy to do their thing. A tactful and unobtrusive supervisory style interspersed with periodic advice and tips for success will go a long way in empowering a team to be self-motivated, and self-driven.
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Effective leadership has many obstacles. Don't be one of them.

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5 questions that reveal if a company has a healthy Workplace Culture

5 questions that reveal if a company has a healthy Workplace Culture | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it
Last week, a friend who’s looking for a new job asked me this. She’d been doing a few interviews, and was trying to figure out what questions to ask during her interviews to discern if a potential…

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What sets most successful companies apart from others is having a healthy workplace culture and this includes having a sound work-life balance. Some organizations will outsource this will outsource a survey to a third party like for example checking out on "Good Place to Work" scores. However, it would be a good idea for team leaders to prepare a ready reckoner, a checklist to see if they have allowed for opportunities for healthy debates, or if they have ensured accessibility to employees. Celebrating success and acknowledging accomplishment, and coaching would be team leaders will go a long way in ensuring that the company maintains a healthy workplace culture!
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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, June 19, 4:12 PM

Study these questions carefully...your job future depends on answering these questions correctly.

Russell Roberts

Hawaii Intelligence Digest

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How to Write a Blockbuster Blog Post in 45 Minutes | Neil Patel

How to Write a Blockbuster Blog Post in 45 Minutes | Neil Patel | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

A persuasive blog post not only gets the conversation started, but it creates an appetite for your ideas and products, without you coming across like a sleazy salesman.


This is why I put so much time, money, and effort into creating exceptional content with all the persuasive checks and balances. And I’ve told you this before: When I started blogging, my content failed to hit the mark.


Now, I’ve fine-tuned a system that allows me to create powerful content in record time.


Trust me, you can do it too, and I’ll show you exactly how.


In fact, I’ll give you specific formulas that you can plug-and-play to craft your blog posts in under an hour....


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Neil Patel is simply the best when it comes to content marketing and content writing. Crazy Egg apart, he has provided a lot of insight to struggling content writers and content marketers. Blogging is not finished as yet and it is still one of the leading mediums for content marketing and content writing. An effectively written blog post will be more persuasive than the pitch of a salesman doing a cold call!
 
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Neil Patel's blogging blueprint will help get your blog back on track.

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Neil Patel's blogging blueprint will help get your blog back on track.

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COVFEFE Act would make social media a presidential record

COVFEFE Act would make social media a presidential record | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Rep. Mike Quigley (D-Ill.) introduced legislation Monday to classify presidential social media posts — including President Trump's much-discussed tweets — as presidential records. 


The Communications Over Various Feeds Electronically for Engagement (COVFEFE) Act, which has the same acronym as an infamous Trump Twitter typo last month, would amend the Presidential Records Act to include "social media."


Presidential records must be preserved, according to the Presidential Records Act, which would make it potentially illegal for the president to delete tweets. ...


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With more and more heads of state posting messages on social networking sites like Twitter , it is suggested that these "tweets" or "posts" should be documented. While this is a good idea, one will have to be careful about one's tweets especially if they are going to be preserved for posterity. Also, the term  COVFEFE is an acronym for, Communication over various feeds electronically for engagement was a term a western host asked an Indian Origin Spell Bee winner to spell recently!
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, June 13, 11:15 AM

Pass the COVFEFE! In January, National Archives spokesperson Miriam Kleiman told the AP that social media posts would qualify as presidential records, but that statement is as of yet not explicitly spelled out in the law.

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How to Rebrand Yourself as Creative When You’re Not Perceived That Way

How to Rebrand Yourself as Creative When You’re Not Perceived That Way | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

The contemporary business world lauds those who are seen as creative. Innovators such as Elon Musk and Jony Ive have become household names. Yet, for many of us, despite our best efforts to be recognized as creative thinkers, our suggestions in meetings are ignored and our pitches to bosses get rebuffed.

If your colleagues have already formed an opinion of you as technically competent but a little staid, it’s going to take a lot to change their minds and get them to listen — a situation that’s especially true for women, who, research suggests, are often unfairly viewed as less creative than men.


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The constant pressure on being creative can dry up the stream of ideas. One might have to rebrand one'self in order to appear at one's creative best!
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You won’t get anywhere with subtlety.

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How Artificial Intelligence will impact professional writing

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Professional writing isn’t easy. As a blogger, journalist or reporter, you have to meet several challenges to stay at the top of your trade. You have to stay up to date with the latest developments and at the same time write timely, compelling and unique content.


The same goes for scientists, researchers and analysts and other professionals whose job involves a lot of writing.


With the deluge of information being published on the web every day, things aren’t getting easier. You have to juggle speed, style, quality and content simultaneously if you want to succeed in reaching your audience.


Fortunately, Artificial Intelligence, which is fast permeating every aspect of human life, has a few tricks up its sleeve to boost the efforts of professional writers....


Via Jeff Domansky
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That A.I. will step into professional writing is a foregone conclusion. A lot of us use Grammarly, MS.Word autocorrect, and a few other apps. Grammarly uses A.I. Unfortunately, the autocorrect function appended to most word-processing software can be 'pesky' and over-zealous in their efforts to identify mistakes. I switch off any of these while working on a blog. Sometimes these autocorrection apps might even change the tone and even the meaning of a sentence. In the meantime, I would state quite equivocally that some of the Artificial Intelligence assisted Apps are getter better and better, wonder if I should hire the services of A.I. to run my blog!
 
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15 Ways to Turn a Very Text-Heavy, Bullet-Ridden Slide into Amazing! [Presentation Hackathon Part 3]

15 Ways to Turn a Very Text-Heavy, Bullet-Ridden Slide into Amazing! [Presentation Hackathon Part 3] | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Beware if you are still creating slides full of bullet points!


Very soon, you will find audiences leave the hall in disgust or hold a placard in protest “No Bullet Points, Please.” Already you will find them moan in pain as soon as they see a bullet-ridden slide. That’s not surprising. The audiences are intelligent enough to know what will follow that boring slide on screen: a far boring talk with presenter reading the slides and audience figuring out whether to listen to the presenter or read the slides.


Such is the bullet-point terror in the presentation world that cognitive psychologist Chris Atherton writes, “Bullets don't kill, bullet points do.”


What are you supposed to do as a presenter then? All presentation experts will advise you to keep 1 message per slide. So if you have 6 bullet points on a slide, you can simply make 6 slides and save the audience a headache. But what if you do not want to follow this advice. What if you wish to keep those 6 bullet points on your slide.


Perhaps you are not presenting your slides on a stage. You want to send the presentation as an attachment to one of your prospective clients. You would therefore need descriptive slides in such instances. Or maybe you have a slide full of steps and you do not wish the break the process into multiple slides that’ll make it complicated for you as well as the reader. What to do then?...


Via Jeff Domansky
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People who make presentations often will appreciate the suggestions made by the author. Text heavy presentations with the typical bullet points could become boring and somehow difficult to stay awake with. 
 
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Here's how bullet points are killers to effective presentations.

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Here's how bullet points are killers to effective presentations.

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Here's how bullet points are killers to effective presentations.

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How smart cities are leading the charge for transportation and tech infrastructure

How smart cities are leading the charge for transportation and tech infrastructure | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it
When it comes to building the high-tech infrastructure for data and transportation, urban planners are thinking globally and acting locally.

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There is a lot more to smart cities than just the tag! Planners of smart cities need to take into consideration the use of technology, and the internet to make smart cities better connected. Besides, the use of smart vehicles, smart public utilities, public transport, there must also be a conscious acceptance of civic sense in all the people residing in the smart city.
 
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This is what scares people most about AI. It might surprise you

This is what scares people most about AI. It might surprise you | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it
A new report on artificial intelligence shows the types of AI that people feel most threatened by.

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I would say that the scariest thing about AI is its taking over mankind. We have read so many comics, and watched so many movies about robots taking over a whole city! Remember Robocop? Well he was an android, wasn't he?
 
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The fear is that robots and artificial intelligence could do us harm through our digital IoT (Internet of Things) devices.  We fear loss of control over everyday technology that monitors our lives, businesses, and education.

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7 Simple Hacks to Increase Traffic on Your Website

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Photo by fancycrave1, CC0 1.0 Every single business owner wants to drive more traffic to their website. No matter whether you’re running a small, local

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SEO continues to rule the roost as far as website traffic is concerned. And, yes we don't as yet have a new kid on the block. Keywords are not the only options for bumping up traffic on your website. In fact, there is much more to website traffic optimisation, such as content development, use of social media, and even sending new content by e-mail.
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All small business owners would love to see greater volumes of website visitors, but unless you implement a range of strategies to specifically drive traffic to your website, you will always struggle to generate leads. As the primary function of a website is lead generation or sales conversion, it pays to do all you can to ensure that your website is discovered, when customers are searching the web for what your business offers to the market. The tips offered in this article are a good starting point for any business owner not satisfied with the volume of visitors to their business website.

donhornsby's curator insight, April 27, 9:48 AM
And that’s it! Make sure you follow these simple hacks if you want to see success for your website in 2017. These are all simple and affordable ways to grow your business online.
 
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How Can You Spot a Really Good Leader? They Do Any of These 7 Things Daily

How Can You Spot a Really Good Leader? They Do Any of These 7 Things Daily | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Can you imagine working for someone in a high-level leadership role, perhaps a CEO, and suddenly it dawns on you: This person isn't leadership caliber.

Your next thought may be, How in the world did he (or she) make it this far up the ladder?

It's a fair question. People are promoted into leadership roles every day who have no business belonging there.

Sometimes it's political; other times it's the easier choice--promote from within and avoid the high cost of recruitment--but a bad choice, nonetheless.

The biggest challenge leaders face is performing to the set standards of the best in the business. This means raising the bar really high--as the ten hugely successful CEOs I wrote about recently have done.

In the end, you'll find the leadership journey is predicated on two things that drive success: Results and relationships. You can't have results at the expense of people. And serving your tribe well without getting results is merely putting lipstick on a pig.


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I guess this says it all! Leadership is not everybody's cup of tea! The biggest challenge faced in leadership positions is to perform to a very high set of standards.However, all is not lost for those who are struggling with leadership roles, as they can always make use of some of the tips given in this article!
 
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www.inc.com provide us with some useful ideas here about what 'really good' leaders to at work.  I've been thinking about the strategies offered; 1. giving feedback 2. regular team planning sessions 3. conducting stay interviews 4. recognition & appreciation 5. freedom to make decisions 6. allowing people to take on new responsibilities 7. open-door policy.  All of these rely on the fundamentally critical technical skill of being able to give and receive feedback and the heart-connected qualities that allow people to thrive because you want them to do their best.  For me, really good leaders empower people to succeed.  Allowing freedom is great, but to do this without building trust and sound relationships first, could be an action taken too soon. Interesting topic!  

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These Are Six Communication Styles That Every Single Person Uses

These Are Six Communication Styles That Every Single Person Uses | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

If you’ve ever had a miscommunication or failed to comprehend what someone else was trying to say, it could be that your perceptual languages are getting in the way. Discovered by development psychologist Taibi Kahler, perceptual languages are the different processes of how people communicate. The way people communicate often carries more information than the words themselves, says clinical psychologist Nate Regier, cofounder of the communication-coaching firm Next Element.


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Communication is a complex process that goes much beyond mere verbal communication.The study of semiotics, kinesthetics and the use of gestures all of them happen to be an integral part of a system of communication that goes beyond the verbal level.Taibi Kahler suggests that "perceptual languages" are different processes and filters used by people while communicating with others. Teachers and educationists will find this article interesting especially as it helps them understand why some of their pupils find it difficult to comprehend what they think are "simple instructions".
 
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Ian Berry's curator insight, April 15, 7:57 PM
I believe there's a seventh language although there's no words I call it optimum communication and it's just a look. How do I know my wife wants to go home? It's just a look!
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Which Colors Mean Wildly Different Things In Other Cultures? - DesignTAXI.com

Which Colors Mean Wildly Different Things In Other Cultures? - DesignTAXI.com | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

One of the most fun things to do in design is swirling the latest color trends into your work. Color is a fascinating topic, and even a generator that understands color theory has recently been invented. Because they mean different things, companies also actively use color in their brand designs to encourage feelings and behaviors from customers. However, in different cultures, color theory isn’t all black-and-white. 


In this delightful infographic, SilverDoor describes color associations of different cultures, adding contrast to the way you think. Telling a person from another part of the world that you’re “feeling blue” may mean something entirely different to them. Is your favorite color offensive to another culture? Find out in the infographic below....


Via Jeff Domansky
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Strangely enough, colours have different meanings in different cultures! In India, white used to be the colour worn by widows in mourning, while in the West, black is the colour preferred by those in mourning. On the whole, however, most colours have the same meaning across most cultures. Green might be the symbol for agriculture. 
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, April 13, 1:56 AM

Surprising meaning of colors in other cultures.

Ashley Villegas's curator insight, April 13, 11:59 AM

Really cool... 

Michelle Harris's curator insight, April 13, 1:20 PM

Very interesting article that I wish I had read years ago.  Happy reading....