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Team White Label Space was formed back in early 2008 by a group of experienced space professionals inspired by the challenge of the Google Lunar X PRIZE. With a strong background in space engineering and knowledge of the costs involved, the group realized that there are numerous global companies that could finance a Google Lunar X PRIZE mission with less than 10% of their yearly advertising expenditure. Like the early Apollo missions, the winning Google Lunar X PRIZE mission will reach billions of people. By reaching this audience, White Label Space will offer an unprecedented advertising opportunity and create strong and enduring brand associations for international companies operating in industries such as technology, automotive, telecommunications, transportation and finance.
Ik ben op dit moment bezig met het verzamelen van alle Nederlandse APIs en kan daarbij nog wel wat hulp gebruiken. Dus welke APIs ken je, gebruik je of misschien ben je er wel een aan ‘t ontwikkelen? Geef het aan me door.
Vergrößern Am 28. Februar gab der Tennisheld bei „Wetten, dass...?“ die Verlobung mit seiner Lilly bekannt – die Vorbereitungen zum Fest gibt's bei Boris-Becker.TV! Anzeige vorheriges Element nächstes Element
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1 Hugo Koblet was the first foreign rider to win the Giro d'Italia in 1950. The Swiss rider has since been joined by two compatriots as Giro winners: Carlo Clerici and Tony Rominger. 2 The Giro held its first individual time trial, now a race-deciding feature of the event, in 1933. Alfredo Binda won the 62-kilometre trip from Bologna to Ferrara.
Inspired Mag Navigate to... 1000+ Inspirational Niche Twitters You Should Be Already Following Catalin Zorzini May 9, 2009 We know you don’t want your Twitter stream to be cluttered, BUT we also know you want to follow all the relevant twitters in your niche, so here’s a small compilation of compilations :]
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The best way to describe Blerp , now in open beta, is a social network that looks like it’s swallowed the entire web. Once you create an account and log in, the network is represented in a frame around your browser display, so every web site is viewed within it. Blerpers can add comments and widgets (YouTube videos, star ratings, etc.) around the edges of any given site.
By popular demand, here is the complete version of my little weekend magnum opus on the future of the American press with all four of the related posts in one place. Â If you read it in parts, I made a few minor revisions and corrected some misspelled words. Â Thanks for reading and caring. JB There is a wonderful scene inÂ State of Play , Kevin McDonald'sÂ flawed, but thought-provoking, political thriller, when Cal McAffrey, the grizzled, oddly uncynical investigative reporter played skillfully by Russell Crowe, explains to the young gossip blogger from his newspaper's online group why he spends so much time checking and re-checking leads, working his sources, and making sure he has all the verifiable and double-sourced facts available before he lets go of a story:
Door Ernst-Jan Pfauth Drawing by the great Thomas Hawke Hunter S Thompson is a hero of many.
Jon Lund, the head of the Danish Internet Advertising Bureau, and I had dinner in Norway last week and he told me the chilling story of the crazy free newspaper war in Denmark that almost killed everyone involved. I thought it was an important cautionary tale of Free gone wrong, and I encouraged him to write it up on his blog. He did, and it is indeed grim reading. I’ve excerpted (and lightly edited) the basic story below, but it’s worth going straight to the source to get Jon’s analysis, along with a lot of links to other reports on this disaster.
A tiny Seattle startup has done what two giant companies haven’t done: get Google Docs to work well with Microsoft’s Office software. OffiSync , a self-funded startup run by entrepreneur Oudi Antebi, has created an Office add-on that integrates Google Docs, Google Apps and Google search into Microsoft office. When you open up Microsoft Word, for instance, you can see the Google functions on the menu, as if they were a Google toolbar. The software will be available as a beta download today. Microsoft is slowly moving in this direction.
Twitter has rapidly become an invaluable tool for news outlets: news anchors are using Twitter constantly to ask questions and gather feedback from their audience, while CNN's Breaking News account is the #2 most followed user on Twitter. But what ABC and Twitter are about to do tops our list for the boldest use of Twitter within traditional media. So what's ABC conjouring up?