Prismatic 100+ Sites to Download All Sorts of Things These days you can find all sorts of things online, from audio books to flash files, from sound effects to CSS templates. Below we compiled a list with over 100 download sites that serve that purpose. We will also try to keep the list updated, so if your favorite download site is not here, let us know about it with a comment. Audio Books Librivox: One of the most popular audio libraries on the web. The LibriVox volunteers record books that are in the public domain and release them for free. Podiobooks: Similar to podcast, Podiobooks are serialized audiobooks that are distributed through RSS feeds. Oculture (Audio & Podcast): Offers a rich array of educational and cultural media. Learn Out Loud: A one-stop destination for video and audio learning resources. BitTorrent The Pirate Bay: The web’s largest collection of bit torrent trackers. Torrent Portal : This P2P and file sharing site works like Google by linking only to .torrent metafiles and captures the caches of those files. eBooks Clipart
The Most-viewed YouTube Videos of All Time YouTube’s most popular videos aren’t the same as they were in years past. Videos considered viral back then wouldn’t necessarily be as popular now. And while videos like Charlie Bit My Finger or Chocolate Rain went viral during the first five years of YouTube’s most viewed content, popular musicians like Katy Perry and Maroon 5 currently dominate the list. Music videos are now the most popular videos ever viewed in YouTube’s history. Younger generations of web users clearly view YouTube as the most trusted media platform in the world. 10. Katy Perry continues to hold her Top 10 reign as Roar maintains its popularity. As the oldest music video on our list other than Gangnam Style, Roar apparently has real staying power and should continue to be one of the world’s most viewed YouTube videos for some time to come. 9. You wouldn’t expect a music video loosely based on 2005’s romantic comedy Wedding Crashers to be a mega-hit, but that’s exactly what happened with Maroon 5’s Sugar. 8. 7. 6.
The Future Of Technology Isn't Mobile, It's Contextual You’re walking home alone on a quiet street. You hear footsteps approaching quickly from behind. It’s nighttime. Your senses scramble to help your brain figure out what to do. It’s called situational awareness. Here’s the rub: Our senses aren’t attuned to modern life. Contextual Computing: Our Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth senses In the coming years, there will be a shift toward what is now known as contextual computing, defined in large part by Georgia Tech researchers Anind Dey and Gregory Abowd about a decade ago. Hints of this shift are already arriving. These merely scratch the surface. For that to happen, computer scientists, technology companies, and users all need to understand and buy into the requirements and possibilities of contextual computing. You Need Four Data Graphs to Make It Work At Jump, we’ve identified four data graphs essential to the rise of contextual computing: social, interest, behavior, and personal. The Social Graph Is About Connections
How to Find Your Purpose and Do What You Love by Maria Popova Why prestige is the enemy of passion, or how to master the balance of setting boundaries and making friends. “Find something more important than you are,” philosopher Dan Dennett once said in discussing the secret of happiness, “and dedicate your life to it.” But how, exactly, do we find that? Every few months, I rediscover and redevour Y-Combinator founder Paul Graham’s fantastic 2006 article, How to Do What You Love. What you should not do, I think, is worry about the opinion of anyone beyond your friends. More of Graham’s wisdom on how to find meaning and make wealth can be found in Hackers & Painters: Big Ideas from the Computer Age. Alain de Botton, modern philosopher and creator of the “literary self-help genre”, is a keen observer of the paradoxes and delusions of our cultural conceits. In The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work, he takes his singular lens of wit and wisdom to the modern workplace and the ideological fallacies of “success.” 16. 28. This is your life.
YouTube most watched 2019: These are the top viewed videos of the year Obviously Gordon Ramsay is on here YouTube has compiled a list of the most watched videos in the UK in 2019. Among the top viewed videos is the classic James Charles and Tati Westbrook saga, Britain’s Got Talent moments and of course there’s some classic Gordon Ramsay in there too. The site has also listed its top watched music videos including artists such as Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith. Classic YouTube most watched 2019: The following list shows the videos in order of their views in the UK – with their listed global views above. 1. Global views: 9.8million Liverpool’s UEFA Champions League defeat against Barcelona was the most popular video on YouTube for UK users in 2019. 2. Global views: 48million The James Charles x Tati Westbrook drama hooked the world, so it’s no surprise his video spilling the tea is up there as one of the top viewed. The pair fell out when Tati posted her infamous (since deleted) “BYE SISTER” video accusing James Charles of all sorts. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Interest graph Suppose two people have similar interests, such as photo and they like the same music. So there is a relationship between them based on their interests which can be shown by interest graph. Vertices correspond to entities, and edges are the relationships between entities. Red edges are the part of an interest graph, where relations (red edges) could be between (1) user and interest and (2) between users. Blue edges are the part of a social graph, where there are relations only between users. An interest graph is an online representation of the specific things in which an individual is interested. Interest graphs have perceived utility and value because of the premise that people’s interests are a major aspect of who they are, forming part of their personal identity, and can be used as indicators of such things as what they might want to do or buy, where they might want to go, or who they might want to meet, follow or vote for. Relationship of interest graph to social graph
Youtube's most-viewed music videos of 2019 so far YouTube has revealed its most-viewed music videos of 2019 so far - and Latin pop makes up half of the Top 10. YouTube reaches almost 2 billion people around the world every month, and it seems most of its users can't get enough of Spanish-language songs. The most watched music video of the year to date is Daddy Yankee's Con Calma, with 1.16 billion views so far. Ariana Grande's 7 Rings, which places fifth with 484 million views, is the only song performed entirely in English. MORE: Ariana Grande's full Official UK Charts history. Spanish singer Rosalia claims the most watched video by a female artist - her song Con Altura ft. Elsewhere, K-Pop is represented in the list by Blackpink's Kill This Love and BTS' collaboration with Halsey Boy With Luv. MORE: Foreign language songs that reached Number 1 in the UK Hindi singer Dhvani Bhanushali also features in the list with viral hit Vaaste. YouTube's Top 10 most-viewed music videos of 2019 so far
6 bons outils pour trouver des sites similaires Trouver des sites similaires à un site web qu’on vient de découvrir par hasard est une activité à laquelle nous sommes tous confrontés couramment. Ca peut être parce que nous avons besoin d’informations supplémentaires sur le même sujet. Ca peut être aussi afin de réaliser une étude de marché afin de dégager les sites qui ciblent la même niche. Autant dire qu’il s’agit d’une compétence hautement stratégique. La technique la plus utilisée est de deviner les mots clés pertinents du site. Voici donc quelques bons outils pour trouver des sites similaires : 1. Utiliser le préfixe “related:” dans le formulaire de recherche de Google est l’un des outils les plus connus pour trouver des sites similaires. A noter que si vous utilisez Google Chrome, il existe une extension qui permet de consulter très facilement les liens similaires. 2. Le site Alexa est connu pour fournir des statistiques sur la fréquentation mondiale de tous les sites internet. 3. 4. 5. 6. Conclusion
The Ultimate Social Media Holiday Calendar for 2017 [Resource] Whether it's International Cat Day, Pizza Day, or Talk Like a Pirate Day, it seems like almost every day, the internet is celebrating a holiday. Whenever I log onto Twitter, I quickly scan what's trending on the left-hand side of the screen. Have you ever had this experience -- when you see an obscure holiday or observance day trending, and you think to yourself "Yup, I'm celebrating that"? Manage and plan your social media content with the help of this free calendar template. Some of these holidays might be simply too silly for your brand to engage with (and we certainly don't suggest sharing content on social media and then tacking on a completely irrelevant hashtag for the sake of traffic -- that's just plain annoying). From food to politics to animals and everything in between, there is a plethora of observance days worldwide during which marketers can share content relevant to their industries, get involved in a movement, or simply generate more awareness. March 2017 April 2017 May 2017
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