How to Track Twitter Hashtags Sometimes, you need to track hashtags, for example, if you want to see whether twitterers are mentioning your company, brand, or event. People talk about you and your company on Twitter, although probably not as much as they discuss celebrity deaths or charges of election tampering. The following websites enable you to track hashtags: Hashtags.org: A site that lets you see not only what’s trending that day, week, or month, but it also gives you a graphical representation of the frequency of tweets on the topic, who’s using hashtags, and even a count of how many times a hashtag is used.
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Why Great Leaders Are in Short Supply - James S. Rosebush by James S. Rosebush | 9:06 AM March 30, 2012 We’re living with something of an irony right now regarding leadership. Craft and Hobby Books A creative mess is better than tidy idleness. Pick up a book on a craft or a hobby and get your hands dirty. The Boy Mechanic Vol. 1 700 Things for Boys to Do How to construct wireless outfits, boats, camp equipment, aerial. gliders, kites, self-propelled vehicles engines, motors, electrical apparatus, cameras and hundreds of other things which delight every boy. With 800 illustrations. The Boy Mechanic Vol. 2 1000 Things for Boys to Do
30 Fantastic Websites To Lose Yourself In If you follow me on Twitter you might know that I moved to London last September. You might also know that since then I’ve had nothing but trouble trying to get an Internet connection set up in my home. Fortunately, last week I finally got everything up and running and to mark my triumphant return to the world of the Internet I went a little crazy and shared 30 of my favourite websites on Twitter. The majority of them are single-serving sites. Some are very useful while others, others just plain entertaining. How can I download YouTube videos without extra software? When we find something we enjoy on the Internet, we often want to hoard it for ourselves and keep it forever (be it legal or not). The most frequent and obvious of this type of behavior is when people are begging to know how to save YouTube videos to their hard drive. You’ve probably done that once or twice by now through means of browser extension or a third-party website. Using those sort of services is completely fine, but you’ll eventually run into a snag. There are a lot of websites that support YouTube’s format and it makes the downloading of files extremely easy. Then there are other video and information networks that don’t allow you any practical way to snatch what you want.
The Online Learning Blog from Study2U Supposedly browsing the internet requires more brain power than watching television. Although judging from some of the websites we’ve come across that assumption is cast into doubt. Here’s some of the sites we like that might get your brain to sit up and listen. Ted A conference that started in 1984 bringing together experts in technology, entertainment and design quickly grew into so much more. The Paul Principle Not long after he took the helm of General Electric in the early 1980’s, Jack Welch had his Eureka! moment. Just like Archimedes, Welch was bathing when he decided that GE would quit doing business in all industries in which they could not be the number-one or number-two players. It was that decision more than any other that is credited for positioning GE as the belle of the ball for the remainder of Welch’s corporate tenure. But I think the secret to the success of Welch’s decision was less about his insight than his ability to implement that insight.
India Latitude and Longitude , latitude and longitude of india The Republic of India is located on the geographic coordinates of 21.0000° N latitude and 78.0000° E longitude in Asia. For the country of India the latitude of 22° 00' N and longitude of 77° 00' E denote its geographical alignment. The specific latitude of India suggests its position in Northern Hemisphere. The terra firma of India is bounded by the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Bhutan and China. The country of India includes 3,287,590 square kilometers of area in the southern region Asia. The terrain of India is graced with Deccan plateau, the plain lands beside the rivers.
7 Space Simulators That Let You Explore the Universe Why should Mars rovers have all the fun? If you're tired of standing by while Curiosity rolls around up there, it's time to head out on the open exosphere and explore the universe for yourself — digitally, of course. SEE ALSO: 10 Must-Follow Tumblrs for Science Lovers A handful of excellent space simulators use real astronomical data to re-create the known universe in three dimensions. Fly through the galaxy at ludicrous speeds, map out humanity's best hope for extrasolar colonization, or mess with physics to create your own cosmic recipes.
Share and shoot the world with Shutterguides.com Shutterguides.com allows you to make “photo guides” for locations you are an ‘expert’ on or even just a place you know well and want to share, and it also allows you to find new places to explore and shoot with your own equipment. And albeit fairly new to the scene, Shutterguides.com offers a slick and professional site for users to share and explore photographic locations across the world. Creating a Guide is a supremely simple process, but still complex enough that it’s interesting. You will load pictures (from either Flickr or your Google+ account, both of which have multiple free options) and then place them on a highly accurate, dynamic map guide created using flash by Google maps.