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Events, handlers, and focus: how OS X apps work

Mac apps are quite different from the Unix-style tools which you can run in Terminal’s command line, or the traditional idea of a ‘computer program’. Unless you do something to them, most just sit there, waiting endlessly for you to tell them what to do. 636 more words

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The Blog with No Name and Useless Twitter

Despite not having a name for the site yet,over the last couple of days I’ve been busy researching two areas, first the content that I will eventually start writing about that is artists, events and interesting places to visit.   359 more words

Social Media

Call to Action Words to Avoid in Your Social Media Posts

Developing an impactful call to action with your daily posts can be quite the challenge when it comes to social media. Effective content pieces that create fan interaction take the right use of a carefully crafted message. 783 more words

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OnTopReplica - Keep a Small Window Open at All Times

OnTopReplica allows you to clone a window into a small box that will stay on you screen permanently (it won’t be placed behind another window out of sight). 475 more words

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Facebook Redefines the Word 'Click' to Satisfy Advertisers

Facebook is redefining the term “click” to appease its many advertisers.

The social network will no longer charge marketers for what are known as engagement clicks — things such as “Likes,” comments or shares of an ad. 235 more words

Media

We Are What We Click: The Dark Side of Sideboobs, a Panel Review

Headlines work on me, so off I went to a panel called, “We Are What We Click: The Dark Side of Sideboobs.”

What could it be?! 533 more words

Culture

Thursday, 5th March 2015

Click through, v.

Pronunciation: /klɪk θruː/
Etymology: < click v. + through adv.

1. Theoret. To access an advertiser’s website by clicking on an advertisement on another web page. 18 more words

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