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Lately, there has been a lot of discussion about the future of our information consumption. Are we going to be using search in a different way or using niche search engines? Are we going to get recommendations from from our social network? Will the results be personalized based on our behaviors, or even just a list of topics that we like? AJ Kohn has an excellent example of what Facebook could do. What if Facebook added a simple More Like This link to certain news feed items? The benefit of context within your social network stream could also aid this process. GigaOm thinks that recommendation is still the holy grail for news: What the media industry really needs is some way to filter all of that information in useful ways, and recommend things you might not have read yet…social networks like Twitter and Facebook have proven to be the best way of getting recommended content. In this little quote, they actually mention three different ideas. So, is there a holy grail?

Top 10 Websites to Back Up Your Tweets As a matter of fact, all your tweets will be stored on Twitter.com, but only those posted in about 10 days are available for search, and it is hard to track the old tweets, so that to back up your tweets will be useful, especially when you are going to review your old tweets. To back up your tweets, you can check out below 10 websites, all of which will let you do that for free. 1. Google Reader Just subscribe to your Twitter RSS Feed with your Google Reader, then you can back up your tweets automatically and you can also search them easily. Go to Google Reader 2. On Twapper Keeper, you can back up any Twitter user’s public tweets just by entering its username, you can sort the results by date or the number of tweets, and you can also download the result tweets. Besides your tweets, you can also back up the tweets with any hashtags or keywords. Go to Twapper Keeper 3. Go to Twistory 4. Just log in with Twitter OAuth, then you can download your tweets as CSV files. Go to Tweetake 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

People Search - Free People Search Engines & People Finder. Find People Free, Locate People and Search People Free. Google A Person - Google People Finder & Google People Search. Person Search, Person Locator, Person Finder and People Searches Online. Image retrieval The first microcomputer-based image database retrieval system was developed at MIT, in the 1990s, by Banireddy Prasaad, Amar Gupta, Hoo-min Toong, and Stuart Madnick.[1] A 2008 survey article documented progresses after 2007.[2] Search methods[edit] Image search is a specialized data search used to find images. Image meta search - search of images based on associated metadata such as keywords, text, etc.Content-based image retrieval (CBIR) – the application of computer vision to the image retrieval. Data Scope[edit] It is crucial to understand the scope and nature of image data in order to determine the complexity of image search system design. Archives - usually contain large volumes of structured or semi-structured homogeneous data pertaining to specific topics.Domain-Specific Collection - this is a homogeneous collection providing access to controlled users with very specific objectives. Evaluations[edit] See also[edit] References[edit] Jump up ^ Prasad, B E; A Gupta, H-M Toong, S.E.

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