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My God, It's Full Of Stars

How little we knew, and how much we still don’t.

It’s routine today to use planetary gravitation to “slingshot” spaceships and probes; you see it even in old… 66 more words

Science

Evil Twitter ends Twitpic

Twitter is an excellent service. You could post simple messages and let the world know what you are doing, what you think about some stuff. It was “that’s it and no more” at that time. 355 more words

synching up

I have long been in the habit of synching my Google calendar with my personal Outlook calendar. I was very annoyed that Google discontinued that capability on August 1. 164 more words

Web/Tech

3 Types of Content You Must Create in Order to Prosper Online

In case you’re new to internet marketing, or you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few years, there’s one thing you need to keep in mind when devising your marketing strategy – … 46 more words

Infographics

Sally's Special Services reblogged this on Sally's Special Services and commented:

I love it! It is true. I recommend to all my clients to use either pictures or videos along with interesting content, but not too long. I know that I don't read through really....long blog posts...or boring ones...or without an interesting home page for your website or blog. You actually have only a few seconds to grab people's attention before they move on to something else.

Trainy Day

There’s something so wonderful about passing on what you know. No, I’m not about to switch careers and become a teacher. I love handling small groups or individuals instead. 53 more words

Reality Bites

Online activity-based research

How to promote quality of online research besides cost and time savings?

Doing research online is not enough. The Internet offers us researchers completely new possibilities to engage with participants.  72 more words

Design Thinking

Who won the Carr-Benkler wager?

The Carr-Benkler wager was a bet made way back in 2006 between Nicholas Carr, an internet critic and 2011 Pulitzer Prize finalist who coined the disparaging (but accurate) term “ 103 more words

Bayesian Reasoning