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Some Interesting Health Facts You Must Know. - 0 views

1. When you are looking at someone you love, your pupils dilate, and they do the same when you are looking at someone you hate. 2. The human head is one-quarter of our total length at birth but on...

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Identity and The Independent Web - John Battelle's Searchblog - 0 views

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    The Dependent Web is dominated by companies that deliver services, content and advertising based on who that service believes you to be: What you see on these sites "depends" on their proprietary model of your identity, including what you've done in the past, what you're doing right now, what "cohorts" you might fall into based on third- or first-party data and algorithms, and any number of other robust signals. The Independent Web, for the most part, does not shift its content or services based on who you are. Who we believe we are in the world is pretty fundamental to being human, and as we bleed our actual identity into our digital one, it's worth recalling that so far, at least, we don't have a system that lets us really instrument who we are online in a fashion that scales to the complexity of true human interaction. I sense an opportunity to create a new kind of social identity..one that is far more personal and instrumented...
anonymous

YouTube - Helping China - 0 views

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    If you can help China, please do so. They need our prayer, but they need a lot more. Also, please remember these are human beings. Spite the type of government that is in China, it does not matter. People or people. Show you love by supporting these wonderful human beings.
Markus Eberius

MYSPACE - human trafficking at TAGME plugin? - 0 views

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    I was long time thinking about to use the expression "virtual human trafficking" cause you normally are able to decide if you want to be part of a widget or not. Not at TAGME. Itś possible to be bought and sold at TAGME without knowing it.
Manish Kumar

How Human being and Environment will get affected by Nuclear War? - Midintime - News for All - 4 views

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    After World War I & II, we have been listening about the next world war. Since the Second World War, the term had been using. We all know that during Second World War, nuclear weapons had developed and used. USA dropped 2 nuclear bomb on Japan in 1945 which caused a great lose to Japan.
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Thieme Hennis

Emerald: Article Request - A new generation of tools for search, recovery and quality evaluation of World Wide Web medical resources - 0 views

  • A possible solution may be to use quantitative indicators based on the hypertext visibility of the Web sites. The cybermetric measures are valid for quality evaluation if they are derived from indirect peer review by experts with Web pages citing the site. The hypertext links acting as citations need to be extracted from a controlled sample of quality super-sites.
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    Although the Internet is already a valuable information resource in medicine, there are important challenges to be faced before physicians and general users will have extensive access to this information. As a result of a research effort to compile a health-related Internet directory, new tools and strategies have been developed to solve key problems derived from the explosive growth of medical information on the Net and the great concern over the quality of such critical information. The current Internet search engines lack some important capabilities. We suggest using second generation tools (client-side based) able to deal with large quantities of data and to increase the usability of the records recovered. [...] The evaluation of the quality of health information available on the Internet could require a large amount of human effort. A possible solution may be to use quantitative indicators based on the hypertext visibility of the Web sites. The cybermetric measures are valid for quality evaluation if they are derived from indirect peer review by experts with Web pages citing the site. The hypertext links acting as citations need to be extracted from a controlled sample of quality super-sites.
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    hierin wordt beschreven hoe de kwaliteit van online resources wordt bepaald door de citaties, oftewel links, op sites van experts die de resource citeren (en dus naartoe linken). Dat is 1 manier om kwaliteit te beoordelen.
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Does the Brain Like E-Books? - Room for Debate Blog - NYTimes.com - 3 views

  • They should be like the historical coffeehouses, taverns and pubs where one shifts flexibly between focused and collective reading — much like opening a newspaper and debating it in a more socially networked version of the current New York Times Room for Debate.
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      Many websites like NewsVine seem to offer this kind of experience.
  • Still, people read more slowly on screen, by as much as 20-30 percent. Fifteen or 20 years ago, electronic reading also impaired comprehension compared to paper, but those differences have faded in recent studies.
  • Reading on screen requires slightly more effort and thus is more tiring, but the differences are small and probably matter only for difficult tasks.
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  • In one study, workers switched tasks about every three minutes and took over 23 minutes on average to return to a task. Frequent task switching costs time and interferes with the concentration needed to think deeply about what you read.
  • After many years of research on how the human brain learns to read, I came to an unsettlingly simple conclusion: We humans were never born to read. We learn to do so by an extraordinarily ingenuous ability to rearrange our “original parts” — like language and vision, both of which have genetic programs that unfold in fairly orderly fashion within any nurturant environment. Reading isn’t like that.
  • And that, of course, is the problem at hand. No one really knows the ultimate effects of an immersion in a digital medium on the young developing brain. We do know a great deal, however, about the formation of what we know as the expert reading brain that most of us possess to this point in history
  • Hypertext offers loads of advantages. If while reading online you come across the name “Antaeus” and forget your Greek mythology, a hyperlink will take you directly to an online source where you are reminded that he was the Libyan giant who fought Hercules. And if you’re prone to distraction, you can follow another link to find out his lineage, and on and on. That is the duality of hyperlinks. A hyperlink brings you to information faster but is also more of a distraction.
  • floor. I once counted my books among my most prized possesions, now I wish I could somehow convert them all to digital files.
  • My book shelves are full, and books are stacked on the
  • Textbooks also require big double pages with margins for notes. Writing and reading are communication between writer and reader, the audience and genre (and thus expectations) are important, and the format and technology can be used for bad or good. One is not better than the other, they are different, and the more we know of the needs of writers and readers the better technology will become.
  • All of the commentators and responses miss a crucial question here: reading for what purpose?
  • To further complicate this, most of what I read for pleasure is about art or photography, and the kind of history that comes with cool pictures. If paper suddenly disappeared I'd be lost. Most of what I read for work has to be verified, cross referenced, fact-checked, etc. on a tight deadline. If the Internet suddenly disappeared, I'd be more than lost--I'd be paralyzed.
  • I also completely disagree that the web has killed editing. It has just changed the process to include the reader. It would be more accurate to say that it is killing the sanctity of Editors. 'Bout time, that.
  • The missing component in E-Reading seems to be the ability to critically grasp and evaluate the material. Learning is transmitted, but it is more linear than holistic. Now in my 70's, I find that reading from a monitor is a distancing experience. There is an intimacy to reading from a traditional book that is missing in the digital format.
  • Chinese reading circuits require more visual memory than alphabets.
  • I assume that technology will soon start moving in the natural direction: integrating chips into books, not vice versa.
  • important ongoing change to reading itself in today’s online environment is the cheapening of the word.
  • Hypertext offers loads of advantages.
  • When you read news, or blogs or fiction, you are reading one document in a networked maze
  • More and more, studies are showing how adept young people are at multitasking. But the extent to which they can deeply engage with the online material is a question for further research.
  • However, displays have vastly improved since then, and now with high resolution monitors reading speed is no different than reading from paper.
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Super Pupper Party -Time to unleash your pet dogs! - Gossip Ki Galliyan - 0 views

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    Ugghhh!! Summers are not just here but dreadfully taking a toll on all of us. We humans can at least choose to decide on our recreations to drive away our summer blues. But, what about your darling pet dogs? They too might be longing for some entertaining activities but can't express. I am sure you all must be deeply in love with your fur pals and already be doing anything and everything to keep them happy and healthy. But, just imagine those glaring eyes in your locality when you take your dog for a stroll. I am sure you must have come across such people because of whom you don't feel comfortable taking your dogs to public places. Also, if you do take your dog out, the poor thing must wear a leash. Can you imagine putting your pet in the community pool? Your pet might be clean and disciplined. But other people are not so considerate.
Jeff Johnson

Five Technologies Tim O'Reilly Says Point Past Web 2.0 - ReadWriteWeb - 0 views

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    Tim O'Reilly, co-founder of the Web 2.0 Conference, gave a short address on the 5th anniversary of that event at tonight's Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco and offered some thoughts on what's going to come next. He discussed five applications that he believes point the way. Two themes stood out: sensors will surpass humans in front of their keyboards as the primary data source on the web and Moore's Law will need to be applied to humanity's greatest problems.
Devia Rajput

For Fitness Top 10 Perilous Diseases Or Viruses - 0 views

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    Today i'll told you the top 10 dangerous viruses that are most dangerous for us.Viruses can be distinct as a small transferable agent that can repeat only inside the living cells of any human being. They are so tiny that they can be experimental only through the lens of a microscope.
Mike Chelen

What Socrates Can Teach You About Social Media - 0 views

  • get involved
  • Interact with people. Make mistakes. Learn. 
  • always room for improvement
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  • Which relationships need more nurturing
  • How can you better serve your community
  • Ask somebody
  • Be the person you’ve always wanted to be.  Practice what you preach.
  • This balancing act is one of the trickiest you’ll ever have to walk, but if you make your best efforts to stay true to yourself and others it will be noticed, appreciated and respected.
  • Employ your time in improving yourself by other’s writings, so that you shall gain easily what others have labored hard for.
  • follow it through
  • Do your best
  • effective word of mouth
  • reward you with deeper connections
  • it’s ok to unplug for a while and take a break
  • Don’t worry
  • Flesh out the details
  • One who is injured ought not to return the injury, for on no account can it be right to do an injustice;
  • it is not right to return an injury, or to do evil to any man, however much we have suffered from him. 
  • it is easy for a message to be misconstrued
  • When most messages transmitted are text
  • The only true wisdom consists in knowing that you know nothing.
  • Keep your mind in a constant state of openness.
  • Be willing to truly listen to what others have to say and don’t hold on to your ideas so strongly that you are unable to see a new and greater truth.
  • Earnest debate helps the truth to rise to the top for all to see.
  • debate respectfully while keeping an open mind
  • you and the person with whom you are debating will be the better for it in the end
  • Remember that there is nothing stable in human affairs; therefore avoid undue elation in prosperity, or undue depression in adversity.
  • Remain constantly moving towards your goals, ever evolving.
  • The important thing is that you have taken the initiative and and are moving forward.
  • constructive criticism
  • don’t be afraid to try something new
  • the harder you work and the better informed you strive to be, the more your intuition seems to pay off
lynkedworld

How will Lynked.World digital identity platform help in humanitarian causes? - 0 views

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    The use of Blockchain is no longer limited to as an investment platform or just a digital method for financial transactions. Beyond that, blockchain can be used (and is being used) for the betterment of humanity and to help people who are in dire need.
Manish Kumar

Do you feel there is a need to change your payroll software? - 0 views

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    When Payroll and Human Resource are critical components of every organization and payroll software is a very useful tool to manage these processes. Managing them manually can be complex, costly and time consuming. H
Jungle Jar

A Practical Approach To Design Hang-ups - 0 views

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    Have you ever found yourself literally frozen creatively while trying to get a website design going, or maybe even while trying to finish one up? If so, congratulations, you are a human being, and web design is a damn frustrating thing time to time. This article is for you -- for us.
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Influential Marketing Blog: Newsflash: No One Cares About Your Blog - 0 views

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    All the companies that get credit today for doing social media well--Zappos, Dell, Comcast--have all become comfortable with letting individuals from their company become the faces for their brand. These are the voices that I often call "accidental spokespeople." Within them is the real secret to using social media to be a brand that actually matters: offering a real human connection.
katie daisy

Prevent Email Security Threats - 0 views

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    Today, email holds critical importance for every business to stay a step ahead of competitors. It would not be wrong to say that a proper email management is a backbone of most companies' daily activities. This underlines a need a growing need to secure emails against computer viruses, software failures, power failures, hard drive failures, or human errors. These threats can destroy the data including documents, pictures, emails and other files.
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Let Nspire Recruitment Handle The Executive Search For Your IT Needs - 0 views

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    Having the knowledge and expertise to find the right IT talent for a company is what an executive search is all about. If your company or business is looking for IT individuals with highly skilled and specialized talents, then the process can be a bit overwhelming for an average human resources department to handle. Sometimes, going to other professionals to get the job done for your IT recruitment process can help your business tremendously. It is therefore imperative that you find the right IT recruitment for your IT related needs.
firozcosmolance

Chernobyl-What makes it a must watch? - Gossip Ki Galliyan - 0 views

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    HBO's latest offering 'Chernobyl'has grabbed a lot of attention in the last few days since it was released. This mini-series, co-starring Jared Harris, Emily Watson and StellanSkarsgard, is a very grave picturization of one of the worst human disasters in modern history. Written by Craig Mazin (of "The Hangover" Parts II and III fame) and directed by Johan Renck, this five-episode series brings back to life the tragic event of 1986 in erstwhile USSR and does not shy away from showing the horrors committed during that time. It gives the audience a glimpse of the events before, during and after the nuclear explosion, ill effects of which can be seen in Europe till date.
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SchemaWeb - RDF Schemas Directory - 0 views

  • SchemaWeb
  • a directory of RDF schemas
  • RDFS, OWL and DAML+OIL
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  • a place for developers and designers working with RDF
  • a comprehensive directory of RDF schemas
  • to be browsed and searched by human agents
  • web services to be used by software agents that wish to obtain real-time schema information whilst processing RDF data
  • SchemaWeb gathers information about schemas published on the web
  • SchemaWeb merges the RDF statements from all the schemas registered in the directory into an RDF triples store
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