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Yeni Facebook Arayüz'ü Kullanımda - Yusuf Berki

Yeni Facebook Arayüz'ü Kullanımda - Yusuf Berki | YusufBerki | Scoop.it
Büyük Sosyal Medya Platformlarından olan Facebook yeni arayüz tasarımına geçti. Bugün akşam sularında yeni arayüzü ile kullanıcıların karşısına çıkan Facebook, yeni tasarımına gelecek olan yorumları 4 gözle bekliyor.. Şimdilik sidebar (üst alan), ve haber kaynağında değişiklik yapan Facebook, Profiller’de ve Sayfaların arayüzünde değişiklik yapacağı hakkında bir bilgi vermedi..
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Internet transition triggers GOP backlash - Politico

Internet transition triggers GOP backlash - Politico | YusufBerki | Scoop.it
Politico Internet transition triggers GOP backlash Politico The Obama administration's decision to relinquish oversight over the group that manages the Internet's architecture has raised an early red flag with Republicans, who blast the move as a...
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Jquery CSS Sınıfları Ekleme - YusufBerki

Jquery CSS Sınıfları Ekleme - YusufBerki | YusufBerki | Scoop.it
Merhabalar. Bugün ‘CSS Sınıfları Ekleme’yi göreceğiz. Arkadaşlar şimdi bir divimiz var bu divimiz içindeki yazıyı 24 px büyüklüğünde yapacak bir komutla değerlendirilmiş. Bunun yanı sıra divimizle alakası olmayan .renk komutu ile atanmış birde rengimiz var. Bu rengi HTML kodlarımda hiç kullanmama rağmen bunu sayfama JQuery ile dahil edebilirim. Nasıl mı? .addClass komutum ile. Örnek üzerinden [...]
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The Father Of 3D Printing Is Being Inducted Into The National Inventors Hall

The Father Of 3D Printing Is Being Inducted Into The National Inventors Hall | YusufBerki | Scoop.it

The Father Of 3D Printing Is Being Inducted Into The National Inventors

 

With all the hubbub surrounding 3D printing as of late, it's easy to think of 3D printing as something new.

 


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Researchers Spin Fishing Line into Super Muscles - D-brief | DiscoverMagazine.com

Researchers Spin Fishing Line into Super Muscles - D-brief | DiscoverMagazine.com | YusufBerki | Scoop.it
Using ordinary fishing line, researchers have crafted coiled muscles that could revolutionize prosthetics and robotic exoskeletons.

 

Next time you spot a muscly athlete showing off at the gym, try out this compliment: “Wow! You’ve got arms like fishing line.”

Though it may not be taken well, it’s actually a flattering comparison. Scientists at the University of Texas at Dallas have designed super strong artificial muscles by simply twisting and coiling ordinary fishing line. The coiled muscles can lift more than 100 times the weight of a human muscle of the same size, and generate as much mechanical power per kilogram as a jet engine — perhaps offering an inexpensive new material to move prosthetics and robotic exoskeletons.

On a smaller scale, the twisted yarns of polymers could also one day yield clothing with pores that open and close based on temperature, or climate-controlled window shutters.

“There are many types of artificial muscles that have been talked about in the literature for years,” said the study’s lead author Ray Baughman, director of the Alan G. MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute at the University of Texas at Dallas. “Very few are commercially used.”


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Improve Your Local SEO With YouTube [Infographic]

Improve Your Local SEO With YouTube [Infographic] | YusufBerki | Scoop.it

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, March 4, 2014 1:04 AM

Wow, never would have thought of this tip for how to use YouTube for local SEO. YouTube can be such a roach motel (visitors go in but they don't come out). This tip might help you get some local listings out of the YouTube motel.

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Paul Trani | 3D Printing Beginner's Guide for Creatives

Paul Trani | 3D Printing Beginner's Guide for Creatives | YusufBerki | Scoop.it

 

3D printing is considered additive manufacturing. In this process, layers of material (plastic, wood , metal, sand, sugar, or even chocolate) are laid down in a pattern, one layer at a time, until the 3D object is created.

 


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Building the Ultimate Flying Machine

Building the Ultimate Flying Machine | YusufBerki | Scoop.it
Jet engines come in all shapes and

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Richard Platt's curator insight, March 5, 2014 11:45 AM

Cool technology that uses 3-D printing technology to make it.  This solution looks to lower the consumption of jet fighter fuel, we wonder if there is commercial aircraft benefit as well?  despite there being different use profiles between the different aircraft designs.  

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CSS ile Dikey Ortalama - Yusuf Berki

CSS ile Dikey Ortalama - Yusuf Berki | YusufBerki | Scoop.it
CSS Dikey Ortalama ve CSS Üstten Ortalama ile CSS Ortalama sayesinde CSS Nesneyi Ortalama vede CSS vertical-align kullanımı..
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Kaliteli Blog Yazma Taktikleri - Yusuf Berki

Kaliteli Blog Yazma Taktikleri - Yusuf Berki | YusufBerki | Scoop.it
Kaliteli Blog Yazma Taktikleri ve Kaliteli Blog Yazma için yapılması gerekenler ile Kaliteli Blog Yazma Yöntemleri gibi Etkili Blog Yazma Taktikleri
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How do you build a large-scale quantum computer?

How do you build a large-scale quantum computer? | YusufBerki | Scoop.it

Physicists led by ion-trapper Christopher Monroe at the JQI have proposed a modular quantum computer architecture that promises scalability to much larger numbers of qubits. The components of this architecture have individually been tested and are available, making it a promising approach. In the paper, the authors present expected performance and scaling calculations, demonstrating that their architecture is not only viable, but in some ways, preferable when compared to related schemes.


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Andreas Pappas's curator insight, March 28, 2014 4:40 AM

This article shows how scientists can increase the scale of quantum machine while still making them behave quantum mechanically by reading the qu-bits with lasers instead of conventional wiring.

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The 80-20 rule in social media (Infographic)

The 80-20 rule in social media (Infographic) | YusufBerki | Scoop.it
After yesterday's article on the Pareto Principle, I decided to create an infographic to make the information I had shared a little more interactive. I hope you will find it useful.
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Bill Hurley's curator insight, February 27, 2014 12:53 PM

80 percent our your outcomes result from 20 percent of your inputs.

Nicole Paquet's curator insight, March 3, 2014 4:54 PM

This article delved into the idea behind the Pareto Principle, which is more commonly known as the 80/20 rule. Although this concept can be applied to anything in people’s lives, it relates to social media in what businesses should be focusing on. For instance, it is generally the very loyal and involved 20% of your customers who are going to drive more of your sales than say the remaining 80% who are also a part of your target market. Learning how to hone in on the exact customers who are going to make a real difference is the key to being successful. This does not mean that the consumers who are not as involved need to be forgotten about but rather, they do not require as much attention since their actions are not going to heavily influence the health of a business. This rule can also help companies in balancing the things that matter most to them. For instance, using the 80/20 concept for social media can aid people in finding the perfect amount of what content they’re posting. Perhaps the larger portion of their postings are curated from other respected sites and a smaller amount of statuses or tweets actually pertain to the company themselves. Overall, the 80/20 rule is a handy tool when it comes to understanding what a company should exactly be focusing on and eliminating any time waste could allow businesses to be able to further engage when it is really going to make a difference and with who it Is actually going to be with.

 

 

Sara Prendergast's curator insight, March 6, 2014 9:46 PM

This infographic is a quick and easy way to understand the basics of the Pareto Principle as it pertains to social media.

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Private & Disposable Instant Collaborative Timelines: SecretlyMeet.me

Private & Disposable Instant Collaborative Timelines: SecretlyMeet.me | YusufBerki | Scoop.it

"SecretlyMeet allows to create temporary web sites that exist up to when your browser is open and is connected to the internet. When you close your browser, all is gone."


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Robin Good's curator insight, February 28, 2014 3:57 PM



SecretlyMeet is a web app which allows you to instantly publish a web one-pager in which to share, post and add any type of content you want. From text, to images, video clips, freehand drawings, embed codes, to any type of file you can post and share anything you want.


You can even post text by speaking into the page.


The page you create lives only until you keep your browser open on it. When you and the other party close the browser the page disappears forever.


To use it you just select a theme, click Start and you re provided immediately with a unique link to your page, that you can share with someone else. Unless someone else joins you on the page, you cannot start editing it.


With SecretlyMeet you have an instant publishing tool that you can use to exchange and collaborate with someone else privately as if it were a multimedia page on which to share any content desired.


The key benefit is that SecretelyMeetMe requires basically zero setup and configuration and you are ready to publish, collaborate and share immediately and leaves no trace of what you have been sharing behind you.


A live text chat window is also available on any SecretlyMeetMe to exchange in real-time with anyone else having access to it.


Free to use.


Try it out now: https://secretlymeet.me/ 



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Tom Short's curator insight, March 5, 2014 2:10 PM

Going to be thinking about what I could use this for...seems like it could be a great bridge between posting stuff up on an internal, persistent social web and the real time feed from a WebEx/GoToMeeting interface.

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Malthus, Marx, and Modern Growth - Kenneth Rogoff identifies several obstacles to keeping living standards on an upward trajectory

Malthus, Marx, and Modern Growth - Kenneth Rogoff identifies several obstacles to keeping living standards on an upward trajectory | YusufBerki | Scoop.it

The promise that each generation will be better off than the last is a fundamental tenet of modern society. By and large, most advanced economies have fulfilled this promise, with living standards rising over recent generations, despite setbacks from wars and financial crises. In the developing world, too, the vast majority of people have started to experience sustained improvement in living standards and are rapidly developing similar growth expectations. But will future generations, particularly in advanced economies, realize such expectations? Though the likely answer is yes, the downside risks seem higher than they did a few decades ago.


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6 ways content marketers will respond to radical content filters

6 ways content marketers will respond to radical content filters | YusufBerki | Scoop.it

No one cares about “content.” Seriously, no one.


When is the last time you heard someone say they want content about building a house, cooking a turkey or the situation in the Ukraine? Unless you just hang out with marketers, probably never.


No, they want to know how much it costs, how to cook it, or the latest analysis of the situation. Content is merely today’s most common delivery mechanism.

 


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