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PageSpeed WordPress (SEO) : éliminer les codes Javascript et les styles CSS qui bloquent l’affichage - Blog Internet-Formation (Mathieu Chartier)

PageSpeed WordPress (SEO) : éliminer les codes Javascript et les styles CSS qui bloquent l’affichage - Blog Internet-Formation (Mathieu Chartier) | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it

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Chrome's DevTools for SEO: 10 ways to use these browser features for your SEO audits

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If you're conducting an SEO audit, you should probably be using DevTools in Google Chrome. Columnist Aleyda Solis shares 10 ways to use these tools to identify and fix SEO issues.

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Google TakeOut. Récupérer toutes ses données sur Google

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Comment récupérer toutes vos données stockées sur Google ? C’est là qu’intervient Google TakeOut. Une page créée par Google pour vous faciliter le travail.


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Si jamais l'envie vous prend de quitter Google, voici comment récupérer toutes vos données avant de supprimer vos comptes.
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Why productivity growth is becoming irrelevant? - How to be a leader in #service: #servicedesign and #designthinking

Why productivity growth is becoming irrelevant? - How to be a leader in #service: #servicedesign and #designthinking | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
Much design, branding, and advertising activity is also essentially zero-sum.
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Do never forget: a designer does not an artist make - Be a leader in #service: #servicedesign and #designthinking

Do never forget: a designer does not an artist make - Be a leader in #service: #servicedesign and #designthinking | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
“I don’t just make things look pretty, I solve problems and build intuitive user interfaces that delight our customers, for a living.”
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Stop hiring data scientists until you’re ready for data science

Stop hiring data scientists until you’re ready for data science | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
If you thought you were ready for data science but you're not, don't put your new data science hire into a different role or block them as they keep trying to be successful. Be honest and let them go.

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This same list goes for hiring Professional Innovation Managers we use descriptive, prescriptive and diagnostic models to evaluate opportunities and challenges to innovating and enabling the firm to be competitive. 


Tips on letting that brilliant HR data scientist you hired be one of your most brilliant hires:

1. Assign reporting to someone else. It’s a very important task, but it doesn’t require a data scientist. Reporting will quickly bore them to tears and they’ll resign.

2. Don’t block them from talking directly to your business areas. I often hear they have to go through the HR Business Partner who protects the business leader and blocks them from access. Working with the HR Business Partner of course makes sense. Being blocked by the HR Business Partner doesn’t.

3. Task HR Business Partners with finding either high turnover roles or low performance roles that your data scientist can work to help with.

4. Have them focus first on solving business challenges (like Financial Advisor turnover) not HR challenges like compliance issues. This will give visibility to the great work they do and introduce HR’s new expertise to solving business challenges that affect the bottom line.

5. When they complete an analytics project, give them a chance to talk and present the results, regardless of the outcomes. Did it help or not help? Don’t keep the results inside of HR.

6. Admit that you’re a little nervous about what they do. They’re nervous about what you do too.

7. Trust your data scientist. Stop being scared. You hired them because they have an area of expertise traditional HR doesn’t. Embrace their area of expertise. You need to trust their advice and approach, or, yes, they’ll leave.

 

“Anyone can hire a data scientist. Not every HR department or organization is ready for data science. Generating reports are not analytics — even if they’re prettier or faster reports. Dashboards are not analytics — even if they’re really pretty dashboards. More than anyone, HR should understand the devastating impact of changing job description on someone that’s been hired.”  -  Ironically, that data scientist hire is perhaps one of the most brilliant and strategic hires that HR department has ever made — perhaps ever. But only if they let her do what she was hired to do. HR data scientists can help move HR from being tactical to strategic, using an analytics approach to highlight never seen before patterns, make decisions based on data, and the like.


 

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sukanya's curator insight, August 3, 2015 1:14 AM

This same list goes for hiring Professional Innovation Managers we use descriptive, prescriptive and diagnostic models to evaluate opportunities and challenges to innovating and enabling the firm to be competitive. 


Tips on letting that brilliant HR data scientist you hired be one of your most brilliant hires:

1. Assign reporting to someone else. It’s a very important task, but it doesn’t require a data scientist. Reporting will quickly bore them to tears and they’ll resign.

2. Don’t block them from talking directly to your business areas. I often hear they have to go through the HR Business Partner who protects the business leader and blocks them from access. Working with the HR Business Partner of course makes sense. Being blocked by the HR Business Partner doesn’t.

3. Task HR Business Partners with finding either high turnover roles or low performance roles that your data scientist can work to help with.

4. Have them focus first on solving business challenges (like Financial Advisor turnover) not HR challenges like compliance issues. This will give visibility to the great work they do and introduce HR’s new expertise to solving business challenges that affect the bottom line.

5. When they complete an analytics project, give them a chance to talk and present the results, regardless of the outcomes. Did it help or not help? Don’t keep the results inside of HR.

6. Admit that you’re a little nervous about what they do. They’re nervous about what you do too.

7. Trust your data scientist. Stop being scared. You hired them because they have an area of expertise traditional HR doesn’t. Embrace their area of expertise. You need to trust their advice and approach, or, yes, they’ll leave.

 

“Anyone can hire a data scientist. Not every HR department or organization is ready for data science. Generating reports are not analytics — even if they’re prettier or faster reports. Dashboards are not analytics — even if they’re really pretty dashboards. More than anyone, HR should understand the devastating impact of changing job description on someone that’s been hired.”  -  Ironically, that data scientist hire is perhaps one of the most brilliant and strategic hires that HR department has ever made — perhaps ever. But only if they let her do what she was hired to do. HR data scientists can help move HR from being tactical to strategic, using an analytics approach to highlight never seen before patterns, make decisions based on data, and the like.


 

DEXSTR, a Translational Science Company's curator insight, August 3, 2015 2:40 AM

This same list goes for hiring Professional Innovation Managers we use descriptive, prescriptive and diagnostic models to evaluate opportunities and challenges to innovating and enabling the firm to be competitive. 


Tips on letting that brilliant HR data scientist you hired be one of your most brilliant hires:

1. Assign reporting to someone else. It’s a very important task, but it doesn’t require a data scientist. Reporting will quickly bore them to tears and they’ll resign.

2. Don’t block them from talking directly to your business areas. I often hear they have to go through the HR Business Partner who protects the business leader and blocks them from access. Working with the HR Business Partner of course makes sense. Being blocked by the HR Business Partner doesn’t.

3. Task HR Business Partners with finding either high turnover roles or low performance roles that your data scientist can work to help with.

4. Have them focus first on solving business challenges (like Financial Advisor turnover) not HR challenges like compliance issues. This will give visibility to the great work they do and introduce HR’s new expertise to solving business challenges that affect the bottom line.

5. When they complete an analytics project, give them a chance to talk and present the results, regardless of the outcomes. Did it help or not help? Don’t keep the results inside of HR.

6. Admit that you’re a little nervous about what they do. They’re nervous about what you do too.

7. Trust your data scientist. Stop being scared. You hired them because they have an area of expertise traditional HR doesn’t. Embrace their area of expertise. You need to trust their advice and approach, or, yes, they’ll leave.


“Anyone can hire a data scientist. Not every HR department or organization is ready for data science. Generating reports are not analytics — even if they’re prettier or faster reports. Dashboards are not analytics — even if they’re really pretty dashboards. More than anyone, HR should understand the devastating impact of changing job description on someone that’s been hired.”  -  Ironically, that data scientist hire is perhaps one of the most brilliant and strategic hires that HR department has ever made — perhaps ever. But only if they let her do what she was hired to do. HR data scientists can help move HR from being tactical to strategic, using an analytics approach to highlight never seen before patterns, make decisions based on data, and the like.



DWBI Expert's curator insight, August 5, 2015 6:12 PM

This same list goes for hiring Professional Innovation Managers we use descriptive, prescriptive and diagnostic models to evaluate opportunities and challenges to innovating and enabling the firm to be competitive. 


Tips on letting that brilliant HR data scientist you hired be one of your most brilliant hires:

1. Assign reporting to someone else. It’s a very important task, but it doesn’t require a data scientist. Reporting will quickly bore them to tears and they’ll resign.

2. Don’t block them from talking directly to your business areas. I often hear they have to go through the HR Business Partner who protects the business leader and blocks them from access. Working with the HR Business Partner of course makes sense. Being blocked by the HR Business Partner doesn’t.

3. Task HR Business Partners with finding either high turnover roles or low performance roles that your data scientist can work to help with.

4. Have them focus first on solving business challenges (like Financial Advisor turnover) not HR challenges like compliance issues. This will give visibility to the great work they do and introduce HR’s new expertise to solving business challenges that affect the bottom line.

5. When they complete an analytics project, give them a chance to talk and present the results, regardless of the outcomes. Did it help or not help? Don’t keep the results inside of HR.

6. Admit that you’re a little nervous about what they do. They’re nervous about what you do too.

7. Trust your data scientist. Stop being scared. You hired them because they have an area of expertise traditional HR doesn’t. Embrace their area of expertise. You need to trust their advice and approach, or, yes, they’ll leave.

 

“Anyone can hire a data scientist. Not every HR department or organization is ready for data science. Generating reports are not analytics — even if they’re prettier or faster reports. Dashboards are not analytics — even if they’re really pretty dashboards. More than anyone, HR should understand the devastating impact of changing job description on someone that’s been hired.”  -  Ironically, that data scientist hire is perhaps one of the most brilliant and strategic hires that HR department has ever made — perhaps ever. But only if they let her do what she was hired to do. HR data scientists can help move HR from being tactical to strategic, using an analytics approach to highlight never seen before patterns, make decisions based on data, and the like.


 

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7 Things Leaders Do to Help People Change

7 Things Leaders Do to Help People Change | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it

A study of 2,852 direct reports of 559 leaders found that some behaviors were more helpful in changing others.


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Here are the behaviors, in order from most to least important:

 

1. Inspiring others

2. Noticing problems

3. Providing a clear goal

4. Challenging standard approaches

5. Building trust in your judgment

6. Having courage


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Tania Padierna's curator insight, September 21, 2015 5:29 PM

Las palabras convencen a otros, pero el ejemplo arrastra...

Boost Your Sales's curator insight, October 11, 2015 6:53 AM

...and always practice it!

Davell Logan's curator insight, October 27, 2015 4:52 PM

Excellent 6 facts.

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A Comprehensive Guide to Data Management for Businesses

A Comprehensive Guide to Data Management for Businesses | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it

In order to leverage data for your business effectively, you have to first develop a clear understanding of what data is and how you can efficiently make the most out of it. This ultimate guide to data management will help you out.


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Luca Naso's curator insight, May 15, 2015 11:03 AM

As organizations become more and more data-driven, it becomes progressively more important to set up a healthy and productive way to manage data.

Here are 4 major steps to follow to help you improve on this:

1. Data Management

2. Data Security

3. Data Quality

4. The Team

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Data management is the “administrative process by which the required data is acquired, validated, stored, protected, and processed, and by which its accessibility, reliability, and timeliness is ensured to satisfy the needs of the data users.”Basic pillars are: provisioning, protection, replication and recovery.Evaluate data before engaging in big data analytics.Have a maintenance plan.
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Data security must be prioritized by any organization to enable it to function properly and for operations to flow efficiently. It also provides stockholders and executive teams peace of mind of knowing that the information they have stored in their servers will not be easily exploited by hackers or cyber-criminals.
3.

A study conducted by Experian Data Quality shows that outstanding data quality has a direct correlation to an increase in company profits. 4 steps to reduce incidence of human error (cited by 65 percent of organizations to be the main cause of data problems): Identify data entry points, train staff, Automated verification, clean data over time.
4.

Hire a competent team of professionals who know their roles very well: data management supervisor, data entry staff, data analyst, quality and training staff

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How to Offer Great Customer Service With Social Media

How to Offer Great Customer Service With Social Media | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
Are your customers on social media? This article shows how to provide great customer service with social media.
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.... in customer experience

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3D printing review: The Replicape (and BeagleBone Black)!

More isn't always better! Get a Replicape http://www.thing-printer.com/product/replicape/ Decide which guides i do next http://goo.gl/forms/Oep9gSD3iT Support me by shopping on eBay through...

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17 Fantastic Infographic Generators!

17 Fantastic Infographic Generators! | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it

Data is crucial. However, displaying a chunk of plain data can be monotonous. Infographics visualize plain data and make it visually more appealing. Data turned into infographic has a higher potential to go viral and be effective. While many of us are designers who can design amazing infographs, Infographic Generators can come in handy to Designers and non-designers alike. They can be a time saving resource. So here is a list of 17 fantastic Infographic Generators I compiled together:...


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Fran Bozarth's curator insight, March 11, 2015 2:31 PM

This could spice up just about any presentation - student or instructor. 

Lee Hall's curator insight, March 13, 2015 4:46 PM

Get your ideas and data across in a very effective way.

Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, March 20, 2015 11:49 PM

Here are links for to help with creating info-graphs.

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NetofEverything on Twitter

NetofEverything on Twitter | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
Turn your BeagleBone into a Standalone Super NES #BeagleBoneBlack @TXInstruments @BeagleBoardOrg | … pic.twitter.com/HTnZuiEQ0s

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The Best Time To Post on Each Social Media Platform

The Best Time To Post on Each Social Media Platform | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
This infographic shows the best time to outreach on social media. Plan ahead, and post efficiently for maximum engagement.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 8, 2015 11:33 PM

More suggestions on when to post for best results on the major social media channels.

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Sally Gunn's curator insight, February 16, 2015 11:52 PM

These guides are always helpful but please don't forget to look at your own analytics and see when your customers are engaging with you most.

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Comment améliorer la sécurité d’un site utilisant le langage PHP ?

Comment améliorer la sécurité d’un site utilisant le langage PHP ? | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
Il existe des astuces parfois simples qui permettent de freiner les pirates informatiques ou tout simplement de les envoyer vers de mauvaises pistes. Comme je le dis souvent, les très bons pirates (donc rares) sont difficilement dupés, mais la très large majorité des hackers ne sont que des fans d'attaques par brute force, failles XSS ou injections SQL. Pour d'autres, cela passe par des attaques DDOS visant à surcharger le serveur, mais cela est plus rare pour les petits sites web. [...]

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L'arrivée d'Amazon dans le Retail, par la grande porte, déclenche une onde de choc considérable! La suite?

L'arrivée d'Amazon dans le Retail, par la grande porte, déclenche une onde de choc considérable! La suite? | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
En rachetant Whole Foods, Amazon gagne ainsi de nombreuses années de développement dans son plan retail.

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Benedicte's curator insight, June 21, 2017 4:43 AM
Article intéressante sur la position dominante d'Amazon.
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The triple A solution: How analytics, automation, and AI will redefine customer service - How to be a leader in #service: #servicedesign and #designthinking

The triple A solution: How analytics, automation, and AI will redefine customer service - How to be a leader in #service: #servicedesign and #designthinking | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
f you’re thinking it’s all a bit futuristic and far-fetched, think again – it’s already here.
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Best 10 UX books 2017

What best UX books do you read? In any cases, the following 10 best user experience books is what you can never miss. They will guide you through the whol
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All about Data Lakes

All about Data Lakes | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it

Here is an infographic developed by Aureus Analytics which shows how a Data Lake really works


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Data Lakes as the Big Data alternative to Data Warehouses.

 

Their main features are:

1. Contain ALL of the data, both structured and unstructured, internal and external;

2. Store all data in RAW format;

3. No SCHEMA is imposed on the data.

 

I like Data Lakes because they:

1. Are flexible

2. Break silos

This increases the success rate of Big Data projects.

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Luca Naso's curator insight, July 24, 2015 11:21 AM

Data Lakes as the Big Data alternative to Data Warehouses.

 

Their main features are:

1. Contain ALL of the data, both structured and unstructured, internal and external;

2. Store all data in RAW format;

3. No SCHEMA is imposed on the data.

 

I like Data Lakes because they:

1. Are flexible

2. Break silos

This increases the success rate of Big Data projects.

WorldOffshoreBanks's curator insight, August 1, 2015 8:35 AM

Data Lakes as the Big Data alternative to Data Warehouses.

 

Their main features are:

1. Contain ALL of the data, both structured and unstructured, internal and external;

2. Store all data in RAW format;

3. No SCHEMA is imposed on the data.

 

I like Data Lakes because they:

1. Are flexible

2. Break silos

This increases the success rate of Big Data projects.

iSparkCEO's curator insight, August 4, 2015 2:28 PM

Data Lakes as the Big Data alternative to Data Warehouses.

 

Their main features are:

1. Contain ALL of the data, both structured and unstructured, internal and external;

2. Store all data in RAW format;

3. No SCHEMA is imposed on the data.

 

I like Data Lakes because they:

1. Are flexible

2. Break silos

This increases the success rate of Big Data projects.

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The Emergence of the Content Marketing Platform | Content Marketing Forum

The Emergence of the Content Marketing Platform | Content Marketing Forum | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
Take a deep dive into the marketing technology universe. Learn about the rise of a platform that will enable content marketers to drive more impact within their organizations.

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Learn about the pieces of a content marketing platform and how they can be integrated. These supplement your salesforce and marketing automation processes.

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Learn about the pieces of a content marketing platform and how they can be integrated. These supplement your salesforce and marketing automation processes.

SusanMichelle's curator insight, August 6, 2015 6:11 AM

Learn about the pieces of a content marketing platform and how they can be integrated. These supplement your salesforce and marketing automation processes.

Pascale Philippe's curator insight, August 7, 2015 9:22 AM

Learn about the pieces of a content marketing platform and how they can be integrated. These supplement your salesforce and marketing automation processes.

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Gas sensing platform for intuitive IoT applications

Gas sensing platform for intuitive IoT applications | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
Leuven (Belgium) and Eindhoven (the Netherlands) – Imec and Holst Centre have developed a small NO2 sensor featuring a low power consumption in the mW range. The sensors have a low detection limit for NO2 (

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Richard Platt's curator insight, June 25, 2015 12:13 AM

Health issues resulting from poor air quality are a growing concern for consumers and accurate monitoring is becoming more and more in demand, for both outdoor and indoor environments.
Air quality is typically measured on just a few distinct locations per city, with specialized equipment. Many current gas sensors are large in size, have high power consumption and are too cost prohibitive to be implemented on a large scale for I2oT applications. Imec and Holst Centre have developed small, simple, low power and high quality autonomous sensors that wirelessly communicate with the environment and the cloud.  Imec and Holst Centre's NO2 sensors were integrated in the Aireas air quality network, a multiple sensor network in the city center of Eindhoven (the Netherlands). The purpose was to test -in actual outdoor conditions and long term- the stability of the sensors, and benchmark them against established reference sensors. The sensors are operational since early May 2015 and contribute with valuable outdoor sensor data since then. During traffic rush hours, the sensors detect a significant increase of NO2 concentration up to the health safety limits.  Imec and Holst Centre are currently deploying a similar sensor network inside the Holst Centre building in Eindhoven to test the sensors for indoor air quality monitoring. This environmental monitoring platform today includes it proprietary NO2 sensor and commercial sensors for temperature, relative humidity and CO2. The measured levels can be monitored live, over the internet. In a next step, proprietary low-cost low-power sensors will be added for CO2, VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), ozone, and particle matter.  The generated sensor data are transferred to the cloud, stored in a database and immediately available on (mobile) applications, explained Kathleen Philips, director of imec's perceptive systems for the intuitive internet of things R&D program. "Data fusion methodology and advanced algorithms enable us to combine data from different sensors such as temperature, several gasses, humidity, human presence detection and to derive contextual knowledge. This information contributes to a correct interpretation of the situation and helps us to take adequate.

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‘They,’ the Singular Pronoun, Gets Popular

‘They,’ the Singular Pronoun, Gets Popular | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
Copy editors, dictionary officials and language experts seem to be coming around to using the gender-neutral ‘they’ in the singular, instead of ‘he or she.’

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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, April 17, 2015 1:37 PM

I used to be "old school" about the use of  "they" as described in this article. I would certainly use it in speech, but I would never use it in written content. But as this article points out, as I become more aware of transgender issues, it makes total sense to use "they". I would rather refer a person as "they" than "it" because "it" refers to a thing, and a person is far from a thing. 

 

What's your take on this? Would this be a positive or negative evolution in the English language? Add your comments below. 

--techcommgeekmom

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Adobe Publish coming in summer 2015 | Adobe Digital Publishing

Adobe Publish coming in summer 2015 | Adobe Digital Publishing | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
Announcing Adobe Publish, the next generation of mobile app publishing. Learn more about the evolution of mobile apps coming to market summer 2015.

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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, March 24, 2015 10:38 AM

Thanks to Saibal Bhattacharjee of Adobe liking this on his LinkedIn page. While I'm not in digital publishing like this (I would like to learn, though!), this is a big development to make mobile publishing easier. It looks like it's going to be a great product. Take a look. 

--techcommgeekmom

biggggghead's curator insight, March 24, 2015 10:48 AM

AWESOME

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15 Types of Facebook Apps to Enhance Your Facebook Page

15 Types of Facebook Apps to Enhance Your Facebook Page | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
Want to do more with your Facebook page?Have you considered using Facebook apps?Facebook apps let you customize your Facebook page in many ways.In this article I'll share 15...
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Aarathi Venkataraman's curator insight, March 9, 2015 9:34 AM

There are so many "business" apps out there for FB that you still may not know about that will add value to your community 

Agi Anderson's curator insight, March 10, 2015 9:35 AM

These are applications available within Facebook. The problem, some are not mobile friendly.

Nicholas Stickle's curator insight, April 30, 2015 6:17 AM

My facebook pages definitely need some work so I am all ears when it comes to methods to enhance them!

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50 Free Resources for Web Designers from 2014 - Market Blog

50 Free Resources for Web Designers from 2014 - Market Blog | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
In this post, I have collated my top 50 FREE resources for web designers from this fantastic year, 2014. There are libraries for quickly creating CSS charts and animating SVG icons, tools for converting image files to data URIs, web-based apps for creating icon fonts from SVGs, jQuery plugins for touch-enabled and lightweight sliders, JavaScript …

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Online Student Again - Part 3: Social Media Marketing--Now You're Talking My Language!

Online Student Again - Part 3: Social Media Marketing--Now You're Talking My Language! | AWS or the life of a web agency | Scoop.it
The next module of my online digital mini-MBA in Digital Marketing was about social media marketing. Simply from the name of it, I suspected that I had a better chance with this topic than I had wi...

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