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Your Google Plus network is the heart of your Google Plus account. A couple of weeks ago fellow Windmill Networking blogger Courtney Ramirez shared the following with me on Google+ : Here is why I love G+ – I’m researching Quora for an article, and since I’m connected to Mark Traphagen, I see a terrific post, and a board he and AJ Kohn created , that was posted in October. Not only was it informative, but now I am following him on Quora and learning more about Google Authorship there. Where was Courtney researching? On Google+?
by Peter Brantley Basics ¶ 2 Any open peer review (OPR) system will present a set of compromises in design and functionality. Difficulties arise not only in technical capability but also in the heterogeneous nature of workflow preferences across a wide range of scholarly communities, with varying choices for participation, editorial function, and publication goals. ¶ 3 In any consideration of appropriate choices for software implementation, it is critical to distinguish between and prioritize different functions for the software platform; persona administration; and workflow management.
Some Facebook users are seeing a new “recent articles” module that highlights news stories related to a page that a user has Liked. A Facebook spokesperson tells us, “This unit is a test of a new kind of News Feed story that makes it easier to find content that you might be interested in.” The unit pulls from a range of sources and includes popular links that are being shared on the social network. The articles do not have to be from social reader applications and they do not have to have been posted by a page the user is connected to. Instead it lets users know about articles they might not have seen already but would be interested in based on their page Likes. The module is similar to the “ most shared articles ” feature we found Facebook testing last month.
<img src="http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/underwire/2011/12/Hitlantis.jpg" alt="" title="Hitlantis" width="660" height="440" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-87773" /> Finnish entrepreneur Timo Poijärvi wants to change the way we discover music with Hitlantis — a visually impressive rethink of the traditional box of search results. Poijärvi complains that using a search box to find what you want on a music site is like shouting through the letterbox of a record shop. He wants to let people more effectively browse around for what they want, and at the same time build the world’s biggest music community. “And I’m gonna do it,” he says quietly.
WOT shows the reputation of a website in terms of four components: Trustworthiness Vendor reliability Privacy Child safety Th ... WOT shows the reputation of a website in terms of four components: Trustworthiness Vendor reliability Privacy Child safety The first component reflects the overall trustworthiness of the site: Can it be trusted? Is it safe to use?
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