Social Networking Safety Tips

Using social networks only to send bulletins and promote your business is bad form. The first thing you want to do is create an engaging profile. It s often the first thing people notice. Taking the time set up a simple bio page is well worth the effort. If you re over thirty it may…

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Google Gears: Upgrading from a 1950 s Chevy in Cuba

For obvious reasons, people are often assuming that Google Gears Offline. To me this isn t the case. Gears happens to have three initial APIs LocalServer, Database, WorkerPool that can lend themselves to offline work. However, some people are grokking that WorkerPool and even Database are very useful even if your application never goes offline.…

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Google Trends Plus SEO Drive Traffic to Your Blog

An organization has its own shuttle bus and provide free transportation for their employees is a very common service in China. Workers in schools, government agencies or private businesses all enjoy some sort of transportation tip free bus, taxi re reimbursement etc. on a monthly basis. However, it is quite rare here in North America.…

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Mobile Social Learning

Study Hall is a new website and iOS app for sharing and studying with friends. Even though the service is still in a beta phase it seems promising. The basic idea behind Study Hall is to enable teachers and students to upload content to a common place and access it through an iPad, an iPhone,…

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NY Times Announces a TV Show

In 1994, The New York Times bought a videojournalism business I had founded called VNI, Video News International. I had equipped 100 journalists around the world with Hi-8 this was a long timea ago video cameras with the idea that they could create video for TV. This was before the Internet did video.. or really…

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Buy the market, not the rally

SAN FRANCISCO MarketWatch It s taken more than a decade for the Nasdaq Composite Index to trade back near the 3,000 level. Now that it has, are tech stocks a buy If you look at price-to-earnings ratios and earnings-growth estimates for 2012, you could make a strong argument that the answer is yes. Given that…

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