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Using Google Earth To Count The World's Fish - Co.Exist

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Using Google Earth To Count The World's FishCo.ExistBut researchers have pioneered a new technique to monitor the world's artificial fisheries with satellite images from Google Earth.

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Five companies rocking social media [infographic] | The Wall Blog

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The headline says its all: five companies that are rocking social media from Dell, to Unisys and KLM.

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The Social Media Salary Guide [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Check out salary stats for various positions in the top 20 markets -- you can make more than $117,000 as a social media marketing manager in New York.

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Rami Kantari on CircleMe | Extreme Social

Rami Kantari on CircleMe | Extreme Social | Google Plus ~≈~ G+ | Scoop.it
Join me on CircleMe. Discover the true likes, interests and passions of Rami Kantari on CircleMe, a platform to manage all true likes in life.

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Why Curation Is Important to the Future of Journalism 

Why Curation Is Important to the Future of Journalism  | Google Plus ~≈~ G+ | Scoop.it

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"The concept of curating news is not new. One can look to the supply-chain process of a news organization to see that several roles (editor, managing editor, etc.) have curation as a core competency; that is, the organizing of information filed by reporters into a deliverable packages for readers.

 

But with the push of social media and advancements in communications technology, the curator has become a journalist by proxy. They are not on the front lines, covering a particular beat or industry, or filing a story themselves, but they are responding to a reader need. With a torrent of content emanating from innumerable sources.

 

Curators help navigate readers through the vast ocean of content, and while doing so, create a following based on several factors: trust, taste and tools.

 

Unlike a reporter who is immersed in a particular industry or beat, a curator (as me) often has a day job. Some are in the media industry and have access to their publication’s news sources; others are obsessed with the news and want to provide their network, community or followers with what they think is important. But the common thread between curators is that they are viewed as trustworthy sources of information.

Curators should have more freedoms than traditional reporters in a couple senses, in that part of the appeal of good curation is that it carries the person’s footprint. Opinion isn’t really a bad thing, and in fact gives the content shape in this context.” 

 

Read full article http://j.mp/w3YA65 

[Curated by Guillaume Decugis - further editing by Giuseppe Mauriello]

 


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Things you should never say to your teenage daughter

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Men are from Mars and women are from Venus, but teenage daughters are from somewhere beyond anyplace the Hubble telescope has managed to pick up yet. Communicating with a teenage girl requires an i...
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5 No-BS Ways to Become Awesome in 5 Minutes

5 No-BS Ways to Become Awesome in 5 Minutes | Google Plus ~≈~ G+ | Scoop.it

You’re at college and working two jobs. You have a date in 15 minutes. You’re a single parent with a long commute and 5 hours of sleep per day. Or maybe you’re just not ready to make a huge time commitment.


Whatever your situation, tools that can turbo-charge your life fast are handy.

 

The bad news is, long-term change requires time and effort. It’s not what a commitment-phobic, time-starved generation wants to hear but it’s true.

 

The good news is, self-improvement techniques and exercises can be very time-efficient. In fact, 5 of my favorites will have you kicking ass and taking names in just 5 short minutes.

 

1. Double Your Chances with Goal-Setting
In a recent study, subjects who wrote down their goals were 42% more likely to achieve them than the ones who didn’t. Keeping a friend updated on specific commitments and progress increased the figure to 78%.

 

Read more: http://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/5-no-bs-ways-to-become-awesome-in-5-minutes/#more-8838


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Sign Into Your Google Account on Public Computers Without Typing Anything

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If you ever want to log into your Google account when you're at a public computer, where you're unsure whether or not there's a keylogger installed, there's now a simple solution.

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BREAKING NEWS: Arizona to issue licenses for medical marijuana dispensaries - The Verde Independent - Cottonwood, Arizona

BREAKING NEWS: Arizona to issue licenses for medical marijuana dispensaries - The Verde Independent - Cottonwood, Arizona | Google Plus ~≈~ G+ | Scoop.it

 Arizona will finally begin issuing licenses to operate medical marijuana dispensaries, though not immediately.


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Get Fan and Customer Feedback On Your Web Pages with KISSinsights

Get Fan and Customer Feedback On Your Web Pages with KISSinsights | Google Plus ~≈~ G+ | Scoop.it

With KissInsights you can start immediately getting feedback, suggestions and ideas from your readers and fans, right on the web pages you want. 

 

With a simple JavaScript code change you can install KissInsights onto your blog or web site and be ready to work with it.

 

The service provides many ready-made survey templates with typical feedback questions sets that can be immeditaely deployed.

 

Questions types include: Single answer with radio buttons, multiple answer with checkboxes, text answer, and promotor score, a scale from 1-10 ranging from ‘least likely’ to ‘most likely’.

 

You can also customize the survey bottom pop-up to be shown only to specific types of visitors: for example only to returning visitors, only to signed in users or only to those that come from a search.

 

The free version allows for unlimited surveys and up to 30 responses, while the paid plans provide capacity for unlimited replies while adding the ability to add custom questions and to personalize the thank you message (with the ability to re-direct to a specific URL). Paid plans start at $29/month.

 

Pricing plans: https://www.kissinsights.com/plans

 

Getting Started instructions: http://help.kissinsights.com/getting-started

 

Find out more: http://kissinsights.com/

 

(Reviewed by Robin Good)


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11 Guaranteed Ways to Get Others to Retweet Your Content

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After creating content -- whether it's a blog post, an ebook, a webinar, or a video -- it's important to promote that content through social media channels.

 

And when you do promote that content in social media, you cross your fingers that it generates a ton of shares, tweets, and interaction. For the sake of Twitter, if you follow a few simple best practices, more people are likely to retweet and spread the distribution of your content, giving it a much broader reach and a better opportunity to get found by a new audience of prospective customers beyond your direct followers. Marketers should know how to retweet the right way, but it's also critical for them to learn how to get others to retweet their content, too.

 

11 Tips for Getting People to Retweet Your Content...


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Martin Gysler's comment, December 20, 2011 10:43 AM
Thanks Tom, I'm glad that you like it :-). Have you seen the new post I published on Billboards?
Tom George's comment, December 20, 2011 3:12 PM
Hey Martin,

Hey the new post was great and I was happy to share it. Thanks. I have some new updates on the site you might like.
Martin Gysler's comment, December 20, 2011 3:50 PM
Hey Tom, Cool, I'm glad! OK, I'll take a look tomorrow, today it's a bit late 10PM and I have not finish my work from today... Cheers!
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:: Facebook, Google+ and YouTube in 1997? ::

:: Facebook, Google+ and YouTube  in 1997? :: | Google Plus ~≈~ G+ | Scoop.it
Once Upon is a brilliant project that has recreated three popular sites from today as if they were built in the dial-up era, in 1997.

Witness Facebook, with no real-names policy ...

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so many thanks Ishak Latipi Mastan , this is Great !
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Social media analytics provider PeerIndex is redesigned

Social media analytics provider PeerIndex is redesigned | Google Plus ~≈~ G+ | Scoop.it

Peerindex is a UK company, based in London, that measures your online influence using Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Quora. It was founded in 2009 by Azeem Azhar, Ditlev Schwanenflugel and Bill Emmott.


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Les pages Google+ pour les entreprises! - TechCrunch

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TechCrunchLes pages Google+ pour les entreprises!TechCrunchGoogle met en avant l'aspect réseau social et la relation privilégiée avec vos clients en tant qu'entreprise.

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What will Canadian hospitals look like in the future?

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The Canadian hospital of the future will have mostly private rooms and a better layout to avoid the confusion and bottlenecks common in many facilities today, and it will be built using sustainable design principles so it can be adapted to meet subsequent needs.
The details of this vision were sketched on Wednesday at the unveiling of Canada’s first national design guidelines for health-care facilities. They are contained in a 400-page document that will attempt to usher hospitals from an era of grey walls, multiple patients sharing sleeping areas and bathrooms and generally inefficient systems to an era defined by preventing illness, reducing the spread of hospital-acquired infections and building facilities designed around the needs of patients instead of doctors.
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Value Of Curation Comes Identifying Patterns And Synthesizing Information Overload Into Practical Business Advice

Value Of Curation Comes Identifying Patterns And Synthesizing Information Overload Into Practical Business Advice | Google Plus ~≈~ G+ | Scoop.it

Excerpted from article intro written by Lee Odden:

 

"A big part of what I do as an Internet Marketer centers around being able to consume large amounts of information or better, the right information, synthesizing it and using insights to help others make sense of the challenges and opportunities they face with marketing on the web.

 

Simply finding and sharing news ala basic ”curation” is a cheap commodity.

Value comes from identifying bigger picture patterns and synthesizing that information into practical business advice.

I like what Christian Adams said in a G+ thread, “When you have information overload across multiple channels you start to pick up on common threads and trending topics”. This is the essence of curation that creates value and there’s no substitute for human filtering.

 

As a professional, it’s essential for you to filter signal from a mass of noise to grow expertise in your core discipline as well as others. The question is, where do you get the information to stay current? How do you filter out the noise?

 

While some people still use RSS via Google Reader, usage of the traditional RSS feed has been displaced by Twitter lists, Google+ circles and more so what Shel Holtz called “curated collections” like what you can find at SmartBrief and PR Daily newsletters. Other curated news services mentioned include paper.li, Percolate, news.me, Pulse, FlipBoard.

 

Here are a few of the things that I do to stay current:

1. Read social feeds & email...

2. Meet with my right hand marketer...

3. Meet with our group of Account Managers..."

 

[read full article http://j.mp/wm4Ufm

 

Curated by Giuseppe Mauriello 


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Bottom Line - The homes of Zuckerberg and tech's other new titans

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By Ellen Lee, special to CNBC.com
The new tech titans are building the tools that influence our daily lives, giving us games like Words With Friends, and the ability to stream our favorite TV shows wherever we are, on whatever gadgets we choose.
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Save Your Content Online With This Web App: Hopper

Save Your Content Online With This Web App: Hopper | Google Plus ~≈~ G+ | Scoop.it

It’s easy to be overwhelmed by the amount of content we’re bombarded with on a daily basis.

You can always save links in a text document, and keep images and other files in folders, but your OS file system wasn’t built for bookmarking.

 

Hopper lets you save content such as texts, images and links by copying and pasting it (using Ctrl + V), or just by dragging it into the webpage. You can also drag-and-drop files from your desktop.

 

That will let you get the content back whenever you need it later on. Any device that can access the Internet will let you get it back again, right as if it were on your HD or ZIP drive.

 

Hopper has got the great plus of working without registration. Accounts can be created if you want to organize your data and have it tidied up.

 

Check out it here: http://www.gethopper.com/ 

and/or read also this article on The Next Web http://j.mp/xW6SED 

 

[Curated by Giuseppe Mauriello]


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National Geographic Photography Contest Winners: 2011

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More than 20,000 photographs, from over 130 countries were submitted to the National Geographic Photography contest, with both professional photographers and amateur photo enthusiasts participating.

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Web addicts 'have brain changes'

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Brain scans show changes in the brain of internet addicts similar to those found in drug and alcohol addicts, preliminary research suggests.

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Pancreatic cancer risk increases with every 2 strips of bacon you eat: Study - HealthPop - CBS News

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(CBS) Breakfast lovers, beware. A new study found eating processed meats like bacon and sausage could increase your risk for deadly pancreatic cancer.

 

For every piece of sausage or two strips of bacon a person eats every day, there's a 19 percent rise in risk for pancreatic cancer, the study found.

"There is strong evidence that being overweight or obese increases the risk of pancreatic cancer and this study may be an early indication of another factor behind the disease," Dr Rachel Thompson, deputy head of science at The World Cancer Research Fund, told BBC News.

 

 

For the study, researchers reviewed 11 studies and case reports on more than 6,000 pancreatic cancer patients, looking for a link between eating red and processed meats and cancer. The researchers found the raised risk was tied to every 50 grams of processed meat a person eats per day. If you're the type who eats 150 grams of processed meat a day - from only three sausages or six strips of bacon - your pancreatic cancer risk shoots up 57 percent, the study suggests.

 

 

What about red meat, which has been linked to stomach and esophageal cancers?

 

 

Evidence was inconclusive, the researchers said. Men who ate 120 grams of red meat per day saw their pancreatic cancer risk increase 29 percent, compared with men who don't eat red meat. This effect was not seen in women, however, possibly because men in the study ate more red meat than women, the researchers said.

 

 

The study is published in the Jan. 12 issue of the British Journal of Cancer.


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7 Secrets to Making This Year the Best Year Ever - by Dumb Little Man

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Make This Year The Best!!

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Technolog - Google+ gets not-so-creepy 'Find My Face' feature

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Google+ Photos just got a new feature: Find My Face. This face-recognition tool will help you tag — and get tagged in — photos faster than ever.


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Google Search with Social Analytics - This is going to change the Game @abroaderview

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Google Search with Social Analytics integrates Facebook Likes, Twitter counts and Google Plus shares in Gooogle Web Search Results...

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