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The Linkedin Publishing Platform | Some do's and don'ts and what it all means ...

The Linkedin Publishing Platform | Some do's and don'ts and what it all means ... | Communication design | Scoop.it
LinkedIn has opened up its publishing platform to allow users to publish content. It meant that you didn't have to be a major LinkedIn influencer to get your content distributed ...

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The LinkedIn Publishing platforms has been a bone of contention for many, especially regarding duplicate content. All the people I know have reposted their articles.


However, as @Optimum Business Support suggests in this article, you should not just copy and paste your content verbatim. And wait a few days before reposting from your blog.


A must-read!

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Nora Outfit February 2018 Group Gift by Resun Fashion Design | Teleport Hub - Second Life Freebies

Nora Outfit February 2018 Group Gift by Resun Fashion Design | Teleport Hub - Second Life Freebies | Communication design | Scoop.it
Nora Outfit February 2018 Group Gift by Resun Fashion Design - Second Life Freebies

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Five Questions A Top-Notch Recruiter Will Never, Ever Ask

Five Questions A Top-Notch Recruiter Will Never, Ever Ask | Communication design | Scoop.it
Anita is job-hunting while she's still working at her current job. She's being choosy when it comes to working with recruiters. Here are five questions a top-notch recruiter won't ask you -- and here are the answers to give if you run into these questions on the job search trail!

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Graphics Design's curator insight, February 15, 1:53 AM

You need your organization to be exceptional and in this way the look of your organization site should be not quite the same as different sites. You don't need individuals to feel that you have replicated their web composition right? This is one of the Custom Logo Design Services offered as they could request that the originators concoct diverse uniquely crafted catches, streak flags or movements for their business site also.

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EU Tells Facebook and Twitter to Protect Users or Face Sanctions

EU Tells Facebook and Twitter to Protect Users or Face Sanctions | Communication design | Scoop.it
"The European Union is tired of waiting for social media companies to comply with the EU’s consumer protection rules, saying today that industry giants could face sanctions if they do not shape up..."

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Jessica Kelly's curator insight, February 15, 12:46 PM
Google, too, but it sounds like Google's got a plan...
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Affiliate Marketing is the most lucrative business worldwide. 
I started this business with 0% investment and am making more than $500 a month.
And now it's your turn: https://www.easyonlinehomejobs.com/start-affiliate-marketing/ Read my step by step guide to start your online venture today. Happy earnings. 
 
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Single Person Spacecraft, an alternative to the Spacesuit

Single Person Spacecraft, an alternative to the Spacesuit | Communication design | Scoop.it
its advantages are not only for the astronaut but also for the overall activities that need to be completed like servicing and exploration.

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Visualizing How the World is Connected

Visualizing How the World is Connected | Communication design | Scoop.it
"Imagine yourself as a student at New York University, seated in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Lower Manhattan, NYC. Your roommate has just left for a semester abroad at the historic Oxford University and you are eager to hear all the exciting stories of their adventure overseas as you have never been yourself."
 

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Nuro self Driving R1: How your Delivery just showed up with no Driver

Nuro self Driving R1: How your Delivery just showed up with no Driver | Communication design | Scoop.it
A new tech startup, Nuro, is comprised of Waymo and Uber veterans and focuses on developing an autonomous delivery van.

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Intel® True View Technology

Intel® True View Technology | Communication design | Scoop.it
Football in 360

With more than thirty 5K cameras surrounding each venue, 
Intel® True View Technology delivers the clearest high-def images possible. This technology uses voxels (pixels with volume) to render replays in spectacular 3D, creating a multi-perspective view of key moments.

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Apple iOS 11.3 preview includes Business Chat and switch to turn off iPhone throttling

Apple iOS 11.3 preview includes Business Chat and switch to turn off iPhone throttling | Communication design | Scoop.it
The Business Chat feature will allow iOS users to communicate with a business directly in the Messages app.
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Facebook's News Feed Will Now Have Users Decide "High Quality" News through Surveys

Facebook's News Feed Will Now Have Users Decide "High Quality" News through Surveys | Communication design | Scoop.it
Facebook will survey its users to determine which news services are trustworthy.

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Jessica Kelly's curator insight, January 19, 5:28 PM
How does polling people to see what they trust affect quality?
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useful tips in interacting with friends on Facebook http://howtoget.wiki/
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Video Dubbing Learning Activities for Students

Video Dubbing Learning Activities for Students | Communication design | Scoop.it

"Although dubbing a video can be a great source of entertainment, it actually can be very educational as well. There are quite a few learning activities for students when they take a video, remove the original audio, and add their own narration."


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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, January 17, 12:31 PM

What a great idea!  New to me. Sounds like a winner! 

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20 Best 3D Printing Software Tools (All Are Free) | All3DP

20 Best 3D Printing Software Tools (All Are Free) | All3DP | Communication design | Scoop.it
his article is about finding the best 3D printing software for every stage of your workflow. Which 3D printing software is best for preparing 3D models to print? How about designing 3D models from scratch? What if you’re an absolute beginner?

Have no fear, we’ve answered all of these questions, together with information on proficiency levels and where they can be downloaded. And the best thing is that all of them are either totally or free for students, educators and open source projects.

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Is Your Company’s Data Actually Valuable in the AI Era?

Is Your Company’s Data Actually Valuable in the AI Era? | Communication design | Scoop.it

"AI is coming. That is what we heard throughout 2017 and will likely continue to hear throughout this year. For established businesses that are not Google or Facebook, a natural question to ask is: What have we got that is going to allow us to survive this transition?"


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What is sexual harassment and how prevalent is it?

What is sexual harassment and how prevalent is it? | Communication design | Scoop.it
IN RECENT months myriad women have detailed the sexual harassment and assault they have experienced in the workplace. Hollywood, Silicon Valley, politics, the media, the armed forces, academia; few of America’s institutions have avoided scandal.

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Levin Chin's curator insight, January 11, 7:23 PM
“Half of all working women in America will be harassed in the workplace. ”
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In Continuation of Trend, 2017 Was Second Warmest Year on Record (Since 1880)

In Continuation of Trend, 2017 Was Second Warmest Year on Record (Since 1880) | Communication design | Scoop.it

Earth’s global surface temperatures in 2017 ranked as the second warmest since reliable instrumental records began in 1880, according to an analysis by NASA released today. Continuing the planet’s long-term warming trend, globally averaged temperatures in 2017 were 1.62 degrees Fahrenheit (0.90 degrees Celsius) warmer than the 1951 to 1980 mean, according to scientists at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York. That is second only to global temperatures in 2016.

 

 


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Home-made drones now threaten conventional Armed Forces – Top News Today

Home-made drones now threaten conventional Armed Forces – Top News Today | Communication design | Scoop.it

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Graphics Design's curator insight, February 16, 4:35 AM

Nowadays, publicizing and advancement is taking another shape and individuals are very disposed toward sites. However, have you at any point thought why sites are so much essential? What magnificent outcome it can offer to a business longer? All things considered, sites can drag gigantic guests from the entire world. Your site will get activity and deals, however how? The main route is by having a Banner Ad Design

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Home-made drones now threaten conventional Armed Forces – Top News Today

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SpaceX oddity: how Elon Musk sent a car towards Mars

SpaceX oddity: how Elon Musk sent a car towards Mars | Communication design | Scoop.it
A Starman sitting in a tin can is currently navigating the heavens, soundtracked by David Bowie. How did it – and we – get there?

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5 ways to get your readers to actually finish your articles | #Press #Journalism #Publishers #Blogging

5 ways to get your readers to actually finish your articles | #Press #Journalism #Publishers #Blogging | Communication design | Scoop.it

The challenge of dwindling attention spans
There’s a well-recycled statistic out there that says the human attention span has dwindled from 12 seconds at the start of the century to less than 8 seconds today. And while some people argue the legitimacy of this data point, the reality is that attention spans certainly aren’t getting any better. The multisensory nature of the internet, social media, and other digital technologies is rewiring the human brain and making it harder for people to stay focused on singular tasks and objectives – both online and offline.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=press

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2014/02/26/curation-the-21st-century-way-to-learn-on-its-own-pace-and-to-organize-the-learning/

 

 

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, February 7, 6:02 PM

The challenge of dwindling attention spans
There’s a well-recycled statistic out there that says the human attention span has dwindled from 12 seconds at the start of the century to less than 8 seconds today. And while some people argue the legitimacy of this data point, the reality is that attention spans certainly aren’t getting any better. The multisensory nature of the internet, social media, and other digital technologies is rewiring the human brain and making it harder for people to stay focused on singular tasks and objectives – both online and offline.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=press

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2014/02/26/curation-the-21st-century-way-to-learn-on-its-own-pace-and-to-organize-the-learning/

 

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Scientists Develop Method to Make Wood Stronger Than Steel, Able to Stop a Speeding Bullet

Scientists Develop Method to Make Wood Stronger Than Steel, Able to Stop a Speeding Bullet | Communication design | Scoop.it

Simple processes can make wood tough, impact-resistant—or even transparent.

 

Some varieties of wood, such as oak and maple, are renowned for their strength. But scientists say a simple and inexpensive new process can transform any type of wood into a material stronger than steel, and even some high-tech titanium alloys. Besides taking a star turn in buildings and vehicles, the substance could even be used to make bullet-resistant armor plates.

 


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Why You (Probably) Shouldn't Worry About Earth's Magnetic Poles Flipping

Earth's magnetic poles, whatever they're doing, are not going to spark chaos and kill us all — a scenario making the rounds online right now.
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Exclusive: behind the scenes of Intel’s huge CES keynote

Exclusive: behind the scenes of Intel’s huge CES keynote | Communication design | Scoop.it
After a bad week, can Intel change the subject?
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Volocopter’s flying taxi takes flight for first time in US

Volocopter’s flying taxi takes flight for first time in US | Communication design | Scoop.it
Intel capped its keynote address at CES 2018 by letting an 18-rotor air taxi prototype known as the Volocopter VC200 fly itself across the stage, albeit briefly — the first time it’s flown in North America. No, the Volocopter is not quite a "flying car" as much as it is a "gigantic drone that you can sit in." But even that’s still cool.
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Mapping the malaria parasite druggable genome by using in vitro evolution and chemogenomics

Mapping the malaria parasite druggable genome by using in vitro evolution and chemogenomics | Communication design | Scoop.it

Malaria is a deadly disease with no effective vaccine. Physicians thus depend on antimalarial drugs to save lives, but such compounds are often rendered ineffective when parasites evolve resistance. Cowell et al. systematically studied patterns of Plasmodium falciparum genome evolution by analyzing the sequences of clones that were resistant to diverse antimalarial compounds across the P. falciparum life cycle.

 


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The top five data trends coming in 2018 - Information Age

The top five data trends coming in 2018 - Information Age | Communication design | Scoop.it
he digital landscape moves so fast that it’s difficult to accurately predict what 2018 holds in store. What’s certain, however, is that big data will continue to impact every corner of the business world. And, if advances in artificial intelligence and the internet of things continue to dominate, we are likely to see more businesses become data-driven than ever before.

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This drone rescued two people from rough seas off the coast of Australia

This drone rescued two people from rough seas off the coast of Australia | Communication design | Scoop.it

Lifeguards testing out new drone technology in Australia have saved two people stranded off the coast of New South Wales state, as spotted by Quartz. The drone footage shows a birds-eye view of the ocean before the drone ejects the yellow floatation device, which inflates when it hits the water. The two teenage boys were caught about 700 meters (0.4 miles) offshore at Lennox Head in a swell of around three meters (9.8 feet). They were able to grab onto the floatation device and swim to shore.

 

“I was able to launch it, fly it to the location, and drop the pod all in about one to two minutes,” lifeguard supervisor Jai Sheridan told reporters. A government official confirmed the rescue took only 70 seconds, compared to the average six minutes it would take for a lifeguard to reach the swimmers. The drones were reportedly only unveiled that morning before being put to use, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.


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Bryan Worn's curator insight, January 21, 6:15 AM

The story tells it all

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Thats incredible
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Amazing!

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Widespread bone-based fluorescence in chameleons

Widespread bone-based fluorescence in chameleons | Communication design | Scoop.it

Chameleons have fluorescent bones which might play a role in sexual attraction.

 

Fluorescence is widespread in marine organisms but uncommon in terrestrial tetrapods. We here show that many chameleon species have bony tubercles protruding from the skull that are visible through their scales, and fluoresce under UV light. Tubercles arising from bones of the skull displace all dermal layers other than a thin, transparent layer of epidermis, creating a ‘window’ onto the bone. In the genus Calumma, the number of these tubercles is sexually dimorphic in most species, suggesting a signaling role, and also strongly reflects species groups, indicating systematic value of these features. Co-option of the known fluorescent properties of bone has never before been shown, yet it is widespread in the chameleons of Madagascar and some African chameleon genera, particularly in those genera living in forested, humid habitats known to have a higher relative component of ambient UV light.

 

The fluorescence emits with a maximum at around 430 nm in blue color which contrasts well to the green and brown background reflectance of forest habitats. This discovery opens new avenues in the study of signaling among chameleons and sexual selection factors driving ornamentation.


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