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The 7 Easiest Ways to Insult Important People

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We live in an increasingly thin-skinned world, and some of the most successful people are the worst offenders. Here's how to avoid getting on their bad...

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ajinugraha's curator insight, February 26, 2014 3:17 AM

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Lauren Rohr's curator insight, February 26, 2014 9:13 AM

Excellent advice for everyone. I tend to believe we should speak our minds, but sometimes that doesn't work out well.

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5 Attributes to Look for in High-Performing Employees

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Finding impactful staff members takes a lot of hard work. Here are the attributes one company screens for in their candidates.

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Marty Koenig's curator insight, February 28, 2014 4:31 PM

Right on the money.

Richard Platt's curator insight, February 28, 2014 11:10 PM

Abso-bloody-lutely

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Why Content Curation is the Ultimate Compliment to the Creator

Why Content Curation is the Ultimate Compliment to the Creator | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it
Before today, imitation was the greatest form of flattery. If your idea was good enough to be copied, then you were golden. But now, with the state of the web in our lives, this balance is shifting.

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, December 5, 2013 6:44 PM

Ever since we started Scoop.it, we've always cared a lot about content creators' best interests: by providing a framework, content curation platforms like ours have helped defined ethical content curation over the past few years by making it easy and automatic to link back, attribute, quote sources, extract quotes, etc... 


While some creators have had legitimate questions, it's a real satisfaction for us to see a growing number of bloggers, writers and media companies tell us they're seeing strong positive traffic, credibility or distribution benefits from seeing their work curated by our community. 

Giovanni Sonego's curator insight, December 15, 2013 12:17 PM

Una volta c'erano le raccolte di link, come dmoz, yahoo e altre ancora. Essere presenti in una di queste raccolte era un punto d'onore per qualunque webmaster (o per qualunque autore). 

 

Poi si è attraversata la fase della copia pedissequa. C'era ch prendeva contenuti altrui e li riproponeva senza alcun intervento se non quelli SEO per conquistare un proprio posizionamento. Essere citati in questo modo faceva un po' arrabbiare gli autori che percepivano uno sfruttamento del proprio lavoro.

 

Adesso siamo nella fase della "content curation", cosa molto diversa dalla semplice copia o dalla creazione di un link . Il lavoro di curatore prevede selezione, valutazione e riproposizione di contenuti altrui. E' simile al lavoro dei critici che scelgono e commentano e aiutano i comuni mortali a districarsi tra milioni di informazioni e ci aiutano a scoprire contenuti sempre più pertinenti: libri, ristoranti, film...

Perciò, sostiene l'articolo, se un autore si accorge che un suo contenuto è stato curato non deve prendersela, anzi! Una corretta opera di curation è il massimo complimento che gli si possa rivolgere.

Giovanni Sonego's curator insight, December 15, 2013 1:36 PM

Una volta c'erano le raccolte di link, come dmoz, yahoo e altre ancora. Essere presenti in una di queste raccolte era un punto d'onore per qualunque webmaster (o per qualunque autore). 

 

Poi si è attraversata la fase della copia pedissequa. C'era ch prendeva contenuti altrui e li riproponeva senza alcun intervento se non quelli SEO per conquistare un proprio posizionamento. Essere citati in questo modo faceva un po' arrabbiare gli autori che percepivano uno sfruttamento del proprio lavoro.

 

Adesso siamo nella fase della "content curation", cosa molto diversa dalla semplice copia o dalla creazione di un link . Il lavoro di curatore prevede selezione, valutazione e riproposizione di contenuti altrui. E' simile al lavoro dei critici che scelgono e commentano e aiutano i comuni mortali a districarsi tra milioni di informazioni e ci aiutano a scoprire contenuti sempre più pertinenti: libri, ristoranti, film... 

Perciò, sostiene l'articolo, se un autore si accorge che un suo contenuto è stato curato non deve prendersela, anzi! Una corretta opera di curation è il massimo complimento che gli si possa rivolgere.

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Where Should You Post That Thing You Want to Share?

Where Should You Post That Thing You Want to Share? | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it

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“ Where Should You Post That Thing You Want to Share?


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Clive Oakley's curator insight, November 15, 2013 11:33 AM

I am obviously doing this wrong, posting on LinkedIn, which is not on this fantastic guide. I am not sure I would like to share "a pervy drawing", especially on "deviantart"!

The Newsroom 3.0's curator insight, November 21, 2013 8:06 AM

An enjoyable post!!

hrmanager-UAE's curator insight, March 28, 2014 10:08 AM
Where Should You Post That Thing You Want to Share?
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Facebook Reportedly Offered $1 Billion to Acquire Snapchat

Facebook Reportedly Offered $1 Billion to Acquire Snapchat | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it
A new report claims that Facebook offered a whopping $1 billion to acquire photo-sharing app Snapchat.

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How to Find Influencers Who Already Want to Share Your Content

How to Find Influencers Who Already Want to Share Your Content | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it
Your post isn’t 100% original. No one’s is. Other people in your niche write similar posts, and some of them probably get a lot more traffic than yours. Why is that? It’s disheartening to see someone else’s post (that isn’t nearly as good as yours) get a lot more traffic, especially if you put a lot of time and hard work into it. Read more: http://blog.kissmetrics.com/influencers-who-want-your-content/
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MotionX-24/7, activity tracker and sleep monitor for the iPhone

MotionX-24/7, activity tracker and sleep monitor for the iPhone | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it
Wearable technology and the Quantified Self movement are pretty trendy nowadays, especially since the launch of the ultra-popular Jawbone UP powered by MotionX technology.

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9 Elements Of A Perfect Google Plus Post

9 Elements Of A Perfect Google Plus Post | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it

Everybody wants their posts to get better attention, user engagement and traffic. Here are the 9 key strategies I follow to bring maximum engagement to my Google+ posts. Posts that received the best interaction, +1s, comments and reshares are those where I presented the content with an image. Genuine case studies, interesting facts, helpful marketing tips and infographics do very well on Google Plus network.

Read more: http://www.mervikhaums.com/idea-center/9-elements-perfect-optimized-google-post

 

 


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Power of Google+ Plus Ones

Power of Google+ Plus Ones | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it

Recently my friend Cyrus Shepard created a bit of a firestorm in the SEO world when he published "Amazing Correlation Between Google +1's and Higher Search Rankings" at Moz.com. Many readers misunderstood him to be saying that +1's cause higher search rankings. That false idea spread so rapidly that Google's search quality czar Matt Cutts felt impelled to post on Hacker News:

Just trying to decide the politest way to debunk the idea that more Google +1s lead to higher Google web rankings. Let’s start with correlation != causation.

Read more: http://socialmediatoday.com/mark-traphagen/1715946/personalized-power-google-plus-ones

 

 


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App Stores are broken: human curation to the rescue?

App Stores are broken: human curation to the rescue? | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it

App Stores are broken. It’s virtually impossible to find the interesting apps among the thousands of low-quality offerings


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, September 4, 2013 12:11 PM

That's it: even App stores are hit by information overload these days.


In spite of Apple's attempts at genius recommendations and their acquisition of App discovery company Chomp, Techcrunch's Frederic Lardinois is not convinced. And he's not the only one.


So guess what Mozilla's innovative answer to that problem is? Human curation.

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Why wearable-tech makers need to court the fashion industry

Why wearable-tech makers need to court the fashion industry | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it
Once segregated, hi-tech and fashion are beginning to collide.

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Always Ask Why

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One of my favorite lessons I’ve learned is how to sift through all of the information and ask the question “Why…and so what?” Some of the questions I learned to ask include:

Why is this important?Why should it resonate?Why should our client be aware of this?Why does this stand out in the landscape today?

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Twitter conversations are easier to follow, thanks to latest update

Twitter conversations are easier to follow, thanks to latest update | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it

Anybody with over a hundred followers or followees on Twitter has their work cut out for them if they want to be on top of everybody’s updates. 140-character online pieces of repartee are even harder to follow once back-and-forth mentions come in. Thankfully, the micro-blogging site’s latest update includes an organizational feature that keeps conversations in line.

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11 Body Positions and Gestures That Can Improve Your Performance | Inc.com

11 Body Positions and Gestures That Can Improve Your Performance | Inc.com | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it
The mind/body connection can be incredibly powerful. Here's how to use your body to your intellectual and emotional advantage. Slideshow Options Loop Through: Don't loop

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Free Online Grammar Check, Plagiarism, Spelling, and More

Free Online Grammar Check, Plagiarism, Spelling, and More | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it
Grammar, Plagiarism, and Spelling Check; Free Online Proofreading; No Downloads...Allows you to find those pesky mistakes and correct them before your teacher does...

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MFaculty's curator insight, December 24, 2013 11:02 PM

I just 'test drove' this online application - it was very fast and accurately caught my spelling errors. As a basic tool for students, I think it is, or will be, one that they can use before they turn to the writing tutors. I don't advocate trying to replace professional writing tutors with this (or any other) online tool, but it would certainly reduce the number of common errors made in student writings.

 

Since it is a free service, I would recommend educators consider giving it a test drive in their writing courses to determine whether or not any value is added in doing so. While there are plenty of word processing tools avialble for students to use in order to hone in on their writing, this one is free and seems to adequately, and quickly, perform the basics.

 

Not really an endorsement, as much as a recommendation for other to consider testing for themselves.

ella88's curator insight, January 29, 2014 5:09 PM

Many studies have addressed the issue of identifying the different dimensions of culture. In the presentations concerning culture by Madlin Reck and Anne Tornow the ways in which national culture may influence management processes, including Hofstede’s dimensions of culture have been discussed extensively (Luthans & Doh, 2012).

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Afghanistan and the Taliban: Before, After and Now

The Kite Runner was set in the years 1975-2001. Everything during these years went from being peaceful, to bad, to even worse. The Taliban during these fateful years have taken control of Afghanistan and its government. They were thought of as heroes to the people of their once peaceful country, but their way of controlling their government is sadistic. In the present, they are even involved in the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center.

During 1975, Afghanistan was a quiet place to live. There were economic hardships, but the residents of this pleasant country got through it. Kabul is the capital city of Afghanistan. It had the most economy problems in the country. Most of them were poverty difficulties. The president of this country at the time was Daoud Khan. Then, when winter came along, resistance towards communists began. Amir from The Kite Runner even knew of these communist attempts to rule his country. “Huddled together in the dining room and waiting for the sun to rise, none of us had any notion that a way of life had ended.” (Hosseini 36). The Afghan Islamist part of the resistance was favored by Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and the United States instead of the Afghan traditionalist and royalist parts. The uprising has just begun for the communist takeover in Afghanistan.

In 1979, the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. Even Amir from The Kite Runner even knew about this before it all happened. “And then in December 1979, when Russian tanks would roll into the very same streets where Hassan and I played, bringing the death of the Afghanistan I knew”(Hosseini 36) The Taliban during this time were thought of as refugees and were part of a resistance movement to expel the Russian troops from their country. The United States and Pakistan provided financial and military support so the Afghans could win against the Soviet soldiers. Despite the fact that there were civilians in Kabul, the Afghans did not care and used missiles, provided by the United States, to drop on the city resulting in civilian casualties and killed Soviet troops. In 1989, Ahmed Shah Massoud, took over Kabul as new leader. They ended up overthrowing President Sayid Mohammed Najibullah, who headed the Afghan government. In 1994, the Taliban were more powerful because Pakistan favored them and did everything in their power to support them. “Pakistan support for the Taliban is based on strong religious and ethnic bonds between the Taliban and Pakistan” (Amghar, Web 6). The militants of the Taliban are Sunni Muslim Pashtuns. They are thirteen percent of Pakistan’s population. They are basically most of the Taliban in general.

In 1996, Osama Bin Laden moved from Sudan to Afghanistan and met with Mullah Mohammed Omar, the Taliban’s leader. “Bin Laden was involved in the bombing of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998” (Amghar, Web 6). On September 11th, 2001, Bin laden prompted the bombing of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. This resulted in the United States asking the Taliban to immediately hand over Bin Laden. General Pervez Musharraf, president of Pakistan, told the U.S. that he would support the capturing of Bin Laden. Instead, they couldn’t take down Bin Laden and Al Qaeda because of the ethnic and religious ties with the Taliban. Basically, Pakistan let the Taliban do what like to the people in there cites by robbing them and raping women. “The Taliban were exceedingly ignorant, which made them cruel” (Arbabzadah, Web 1). The Taliban used to be heroes to the people of the country, but now they are just plain evil. In The Kite Runner, Amir’s friend Farid said the Taliban would look for any excuse for violence. Amir bought a fake beard because it is considered a sin to shave and that all men should have beards. He saw Kabul during this time and was unfamiliar with it as it is not how it used to be when he was a kid. Afghanistan is just plagued by the Taliban with no hope for escape.

 

 In conclusion, the Taliban before, after, and now are a deadly force to reckon with. I have to say that religion has a strong connection with them as they think of most things as sins. Amir from The Kite Runner depicts Afghanistan as a peaceful state. Now, he thinks of it as a wasteland that is ruled by a stubborn government with a false sense of religion. In my opinion, as much as I hate the Taliban, they must be removed from Afghanistan and Pakistan because they can cause a lot of trouble for those countries and can stir up many civil wars within those countries.

 

 

Works Cited

Amghar, Adderrahim. "Home." The Resurgence of the Taliban in Pakistan. Nazareth College, 2014. Web. 01 May 2014.

Arbabzadah, Nushin. "The 1980s Mujahideen, the Taliban and the Shifting Idea of Jihad." Theguardian.com. Guardian News and Media, 28 Apr. 2011. Web. 01 May 2014.

Bai, Laxmi. "Security Research Review." : Volume 1(3) Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Afghanistan. Bharat-Rakshak, 2005. Web. 01 May 2014.

Hosseini, Khaled. The Kite Runner. New York: Riverhead, 2003.

 

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Will crowdfunding be the future of small business funding or die a slow “Fad” death? - Kick Start your journey

Will crowdfunding be the future of small business funding or die a slow “Fad” death? - Kick Start your journey | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it
Michigan gets cold fast in November and as outdoor activities slow down, planning for next year comes into play. As I do my own planning for the remainder of this year and into the next, I can’t help being a little excited about the possibilities.

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, December 9, 2013 9:32 AM

My opinion? Crowdfunding is here to stay. There will be a lot more integration with existing funding methods, and there will be many more applications for it. Such as testing new lines of products, MiMoosa is already doing it, and several corporations are doing it. There will be more ways to use it in marketing, brand building, idea testing, more refined funding concepts, and more. The web has a way of changing existing structures. The world of finance is changing as well.

The article has some good information from a bunch of very interesting people who are renovators themselves.

Lori Wilk's curator insight, December 9, 2013 9:50 AM

Crowdfunding is not only growing, I think it will expand exponentially as new legislation makes it possible to creaty equity participation deals and it is sparking the creation of a whole new service industry built around the crowdfunding process. For example, there are consultants to help people plan their crowdfunding campaigns, technology-based companies helping with the presentation portions of a crowdfunding campaign, financial advisors and speakers who are  providing services to those seeking to create and implement crowdfunding campaigns. There's also on the other side a greater need for lawyers and tax professionals. This industry will continue to evolve and with new sources of funding. New businesses and spending stimulate our economy and new business creates excitement. It's uplifting energy not stagnant. It's moving. We could use more positive movement in our economy  and it's great to see people doing things and taking ideas and making them happen.

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an insightful article, thank you for the treat.
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Peer-To-Peer Lending Platform Funding Circle Raises $37M, Targets U.S. SMBs In Merger With Lending Network

Peer-To-Peer Lending Platform Funding Circle Raises $37M, Targets U.S. SMBs In Merger With Lending Network | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it
Small businesses have been called the lifeblood of our economy, and today a financial services startup has picked up a significant round of funding to help..

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Stu Lustman's curator insight, October 24, 2013 7:37 AM

UK and US based peer to business lenders merge their operations. This should be a win/win for all

Iron Dane Richards's curator insight, November 2, 2013 8:30 AM

Crowd Funding is a great source of funding for the true entrepreneur!

Great article for insight to future funding!

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The 5 Things Every (Great) Marketing Story Needs

The 5 Things Every (Great) Marketing Story Needs | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it
Here on Copyblogger, you've seen us talk many times about how to tell a terrific marketing story. Why? Because stories are fundamental to how we communi

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Randi Thompson's curator insight, October 6, 2013 11:52 AM

People love to hear stories, especially when you use them to market

Bad Spoon's curator insight, October 7, 2013 2:51 AM

Les ingrédients essentiels pour un Storytelling de qualité

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Why Common Sense May Be A Leader's Most Valuable Asset? | SKEWorthSharing.com

Why Common Sense May Be A Leader's Most Valuable Asset? | SKEWorthSharing.com | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it
How many times have you said, or heard others say, that something doesn't make any sense, or that you should use some common sense? Fortunately, or probably unfortunately, common sense is generally almost anything but common practice!

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Manish Puranik's curator insight, September 22, 2013 4:40 AM
While many would agree that this approach makes obvious common sense, we rarely actual see any of this implemented!
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The Age of Context: How Technology is Changing our Interactions - Silicon Valley 411 | SV411

The Age of Context: How Technology is Changing our Interactions - Silicon Valley 411 | SV411 | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it

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Gooru | A Free Search Engine for Learning

Gooru | A Free Search Engine for Learning | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it

Create a Gooru collection to engage your students and tier instruction either with different levels or learning styles. Collection narration allows you to provide teacher instruction so that students are well supported while away from the teacher.


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Marie Arndt's comment, September 19, 2013 6:38 AM
Sounds as if you have positive experience from using this tool, Victor.
Marie Arndt's comment, September 19, 2013 6:48 AM
Ok, do let me know how you get on.
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An interesting search engine directly used for educational purposes. It creates a mediated yet reciprocial intimacy between students and teachers outside the classroom environment. I'm quite fascinated with how students can engage in different lessons or levels according to the different teaching they would prefer.:) But alas! It would take quite a while before it kicks off here.

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5 SEO Strategies Every Company Needs to Master [Infographic]

5 SEO Strategies Every Company Needs to Master [Infographic] | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it

Researching search engine optimization can be like entering a black hole. You set out to find out some beginner information on one thing, but then that leads to you realizing that there are five more related strategies you should brush up on. Those five lead to five more, and before you know it, you’ve spent hours doing research on things you probably won’t even be able to do yourself.

Read more: http://www.ezanga.com/news/2013/09/09/seo-strategies-infographic/

 

 


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Can content curation be copyrighted?

Can content curation be copyrighted? | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it

After a testing few months for Spotify with criticism from artists, the streaming music service has a new foe: dance brand Ministry of Sound. 

 

The company is suing Spotify for copyright infringement, claiming that the service has refused to remove user playlists that mirror Ministry of Sound compilation albums, including some that use the brand’s name in their titles.


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Jenn Alevy's curator insight, September 4, 2013 11:31 PM

This is timely, discussing copyright with students this week. Thank you!

A. Brian Dengler's comment, September 5, 2013 3:14 PM
This is a fascinating issue. The names of songs listed in alphabetical order would be mere facts, and facts are not protected by copyright law, at least in the US. However, compilations that include editorial judgment in its selection of songs (the songs may fit a certain genre, reached a certain point of sales and appeal to a specific market), just may be protected by copyright. However, then you get into other analysis: did the postings on Spotify "copy" the Ministry of Sound's compilations, and how much originality did Ministry of Sound use to create the compilation? The outcome will be fascinating.
Alejandro Tortolini's curator insight, September 28, 2013 11:55 AM

Debate: curaduría de contenidos y leyes de copyright (caso Ministry of Sound versus Spotify)

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Lettrs – Take Time To Write

Lettrs – Take Time To Write | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it

lettrs is the cloud and mobile platform for powering the world’s meaningful communications. Featured in TIME, Wall Street Journal, and NPR, lettrs has become known as “the correspondence cloud” for reinventing a new digital to postal system of letter writing


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Yael BOUBLIL's curator insight, September 18, 2013 3:59 AM

Ce logiciel transforme votre prose électronique en une lettre postée, manuscrite si vous le souhaitez...

Un charmant petit air de "c'était mieux avant" non ?

Krysta Hammond's curator insight, September 19, 2013 4:40 PM

Definitely an element which seems to be missing in modern technical communication. Love the personal element - teaching students to take the time and the patience to write an actual letter - instead of the quick often emotionless text.

Jorge Leal's curator insight, November 27, 2013 2:47 PM

for more  practice

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What Are the Questions to Ask When Developing a Big Data Strategy?

What Are the Questions to Ask When Developing a Big Data Strategy? | The Startup Manifest | Scoop.it

A recent story on InformationWeek shows how two CEO’s can view the same company completely different. Both CEOs used big data analytics to help them in defining the right strategy for the company.Everyone talks about asking the right questions, but what are the questions you can ask depending on the choices you have made? Each strategy or each use case requires different questions to be asked. In addition, the analyses done and the tools used also result in different important questions that need to be asked before, during and after developing and implementing a big data strategy.

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