100 Useful Tips and Tools to Research the Deep Web By Alisa Miller Experts say that typical search engines like Yahoo! and Google only pick up about 1% of the information available on the Internet. The rest of that information is considered to be hidden in the deep web, also referred to as the invisible web. So how can you find all the rest of this information? Open source scientific software A modest proposal Dear Professor X, Thank you for the invitation to review for the Journal of X. I appreciate the work you do and have done for the X community. That said, I have decided not to review for Elsevier journals unless the journal making the request is willing to convert one mutually agreed-upon article in the same journal to Gold Open Access status.
Top 7 HTML5 Frameworks for Mobile App Development With the significant increase in consumer preference for mobile apps, the utilization of HTML5 frameworks have gained momentum. These frameworks enable mobile app development specialists to create dynamic mobile apps without the need to start it from the scratch but with pre-written codes and layouts. Moreover, they can take the advantage of libraries, scripts and other essential elements required for mobile app development. Let us take a look at some of the popular open source HTML5 frameworks: Twitter Bootstrap 3
Playing with data: our ODI open data board game Playing with data: our ODI open data board game For the last six months, on and off, a few of us here at the Open Data Institute have been working on an open data board game. Ellen Broad and Jeni Tennision discuss its development Board games have been experiencing a resurgence in the past few years and, perhaps unsurprisingly, there are several keen board game enthusiasts here at the ODI. The idea of an open data board game was born out of discussions between us about why Monopoly was so awful, our favourite games, and the mechanics that made them work. Open Data Institute, Pre Summit Training Discovery Day, (CC-BY-SA) List of Tools that Every Mobile App Development Expert Must Know As mobile apps have become an integral part of our daily lives, more and more mobile application development experts are capitalizing on this mobile dependence of consumers. The app market is also getting competitive on almost daily basis and hence app developers are always under pressure to develop and deploy apps within limited timeframe. But out of that development time only 29 percent is spent by them on front-end development. Rest 70 percent is in fact spent on design work, integration, testing and security. Here is a list of third-party tools that will help bring down the efforts of mobile application development specialists spent on back-end work while developing mobile applications: Beta Testing
ROMEO - Research Western ROMEO is an online management system Western uses to manage human research ethics submissions. Western, St. Joseph’s Health Care London and Lawson Health Science Centre researchers/investigators use ROMEO to submit proposed research studies to the office of Human Research Ethics. *Please note: ROMEO is not compatible with Safari; please choose an alternate browser. 600 Social Media Network Sites on one page 600 Social Media Network Sites on one page A social networking service or social media network is a platform to build social networks or social relations among people who share interests, activities, backgrounds or real-life connections. A social network service consists of a representation of each user (often a profile), his social links, and a variety of additional services. Social networks are web-based services that allow individuals to create a public profile, to create a list of users with whom to share connections, and view and cross the connections within the system. Top 15 Most Popular Social Networking Sites (sep 2014)
PlumX Metrics - Plum Analytics PlumX Metrics allows you to get more value from an institutional repository (IR) by embedding the altmetrics about your research directly into the IR. These altmetrics are about the different versions of the same article – not just the one in the IR, so your authors can see the impact and reach of their research in just one place. This makes your IR a more valuable place for research and encourages your authors to deposit their articles and other research. Embed metrics where you need them.
The Big Android Dictionary: A Glossary of Terms You Should Know The Big Android Dictionary: A Glossary of Terms You Should Know Android comprises an entire ecosystem of apps, games, functions, and features, so it would only make sense that it has its own lexicon. Words, phrases, and acronyms that didn't exist 7 years ago are now used in an off-the-cuff style by developers and support technicians across the web. As the platform matures, this list of unique Android words continues to evolve, which makes it hard to stay on top of the latest terminology. But breaking things down into simple terms is what we do best here at Gadget Hacks, so below, we'll cover all of the latest Android lingo in layman's terms. Hint: If you're looking to define a specific term, use the "Find" function in your browser (Ctrl + F or Command + F) to jump right to it.
Facebook Marketing: Ultimate Guide for Social Media Howdy SEOmoz fans! It is an overused practice to start from some "shocking" stats and dissertate on how Facebook is powerful and important for business. So, I will just consider you all know what is Facebook and how cool it is. What you're about to read is a step-by-step SMM strategy for promoting your business on Facebook. I've gathered all the best practices and tips that I have used myself, together with some advice that I haven't tried but am confident will work well. Ok.