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appinions-offers-app-to-automatically-analyze-torrent-of-wikileaks-documents-111843559 Appinions is a new way of seeing the Web through the lens of people's opinions. Instead of reading countless pages of Web content delivered by conventional search tools, Appinions surfaces what really matters, the opinions key influencers are ... NEW YORK, Dec. 14, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Appinions Inc., a New York-based software company, is offering organizations access to its novel W3 application that automatically extracts who is saying what about whom in WikiLeaks documents. (Logo: ) Appinions W3™ extracts and summarizes opinions from vast volumes of data to give immediate insight into what people and organizations were saying, thinking and feeling about specific issues or people. "Obviously, we hope that no additional harmful information is released," says Larry Levy, Appinions' co-founder and chief executive. Appinions' W3("W cubed") applications let users search for opinions by keyword, topic or opinion holder. About Appinions

Search. Explore. Experience – Apture PeekAnalytics - Unparalleled Twitter Demographics Wikileaks Stories John Battelle On The Future Of Search: Part Two In the first part of my interview with John Battelle, we talked about the actual search experience—the act of searching and our expectations of what the results of that act might be. But as we started talking about change, it soon became clear that change in the act of search translates into change throughout the entire search industry. Ironically, as I write this, I’m down on Captiva Island emceeing the Search Insider Summit. Search as the all knowing assistant One of the poster child apps that’s shaking up the current status quo is Siri, an iPhone app that offers a personal digital assistant that’s really a voice activated meta-search tool. Battelle: Siri is trying to do that very thing. Expressing intent in a way that’s understandable to a machine is one way to help increase the odds of success, and it’s one that Microsoft’s Stefan Weitz and I talked about in an earlier interview. Battelle: I think its part of it, I don’t think it’s the whole enchilada. Who do you trust?

Trovate i vostri influencer chiave Scoprite il 1° motore di ricerca di influencer Siete stanchi di passare ore ed ore su Google e Twitter per identificare giornalisti e blogger influenti per la vostra prossima campagna di comunicazione? Con Augure, una semplice ricerca per parole chiave vi basterà per: Identificare gli influencer pertinenti sulle VOSTRE tematicheClassificarli in base al grado di influenza Avere un profilo completo di ogni influencer Richiedi una demo Trova gli influencer rilevanti per il tuo marchio Una newsletter con le ultime pubblicazioni dei tuoi influencers Taggate i vostri influencer preferiti o create liste tematiche al fine di :ricevere newsletters quotidiane che contengono le loro ultime pubblicazioniessere avvisati cogni volta che citano il vostro brand, i vostri prodotti, un concorrenteintegrarli alla vostra base di contatticondividere con loro i vostri contenuti e comunicati stampa invitarli ai vostri prossimi eventi

Leaky World: a playable theory - Molleindustria Our Preface Julian Assange's short essay is an intriguing theory of conspiracy (as opposed to conspiracy theory) that effectively and concisely describes the drama of transnational power in the information age. It's an obscure, strategical text from 2006 that assumes a new relevance in the light of the massive leaks of 2010. However, we believe it has several flaws: 1) It is a byproduct of the leftist idea of class consciousness achieved via enlightenment. The Truth and the power of rational arguments are ultimately going to prevail, Social change can be achieved simply by revealing unjust structures to the ignorant masses. 2) It is informed by hacker culture and shares with it all the shortcomings of a technocentric thought. 3) It abstracts the concept of authoritarian power too much, ignoring intra-capitalist tensions and the conflicting national and corporate interests that are arguably the main reason for secrecy. Julian Assange - me @ iq.org December 3, 2006 Introduction

v2/assets/Web3.0Jan2010.pdf Twitter Search, Monitoring, & Analytics | Topsy.com With iOS 9, Search lets you look for content from the web, your contacts, apps, nearby places, and more. Powered by Siri, Search offers suggestions and updates results as you type. There are two ways to use Search on your iOS device. Quick Search Drag down from the middle of the Home screen and type what you're looking for. Siri Suggestions Drag right from the Home screen to show Search and get Siri Suggestions. Get Siri Suggestions Siri Suggestions include apps and contacts that you might be interested in. You can use Siri Suggestions with iPhone 5 and later, iPad Pro, iPad (4th generation) and later, iPad mini (2nd generation) and later, and iPod touch (6th generation). Change search settings Go to Settings > General > Spotlight Search. From here, you can turn Siri Suggestions on or off and choose which apps to include in your searches. If you don’t want Siri or Spotlight to suggest nearby locations, go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services. Last Modified:

Jonas Kyratzes P2P Search The idea behind NeuroGrid is to provide a framework for finding information within a distributed environment. NeuroGrid is based on the idea of automating the process we use in human society to find out things that we want to know, or the locations of things that we need. Imagine that you are trying to find out some information about rock-climbing. You ask your friends if they know of a rock-climbing club. Ideally you ask the ones who you think might have done rock-climbing in the past. NeuroGrid has wits.

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