5 Useful Google Authorship Cheatsheets and Infographics I’ve doing a lot of digging into Google Authorship for some time now. It’s amazing to watch Google experiment with it! But how does it all work? There are a lot of people who have found themselves confused by Google Authorship and how to use it properly. Nexopia Nexopia.com is a Canadian social networking website created by Timo Ewalds. It was designed as a general interactive site for people aged 14 and up, but the age limit recently was lowered to 13. Users are able to create and design their own profiles, friends list, blogs, galleries, articles, and forums. Interaction is accomplished through an internal personal messaging system, and public user comments on profiles, blogs or through threads and posts on the forums. In November 2012, Nexopia was acquired by digital ad network Ideon Media. History
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Introducing Custom Scheduling: The easiest way to schedule your social media updates into the future 2.2K Flares Filament.io 2.2K Flares × Without doubt, Custom Scheduling has been one of the most requested features for Buffer over the past few years. We couldn’t be any more excited to finally launch this feature today to make more targeted timing of your social media posts possible. Before we got into any details on how to get started, I thought it’d be worth sharing more around the story of Custom Scheduling. What our thinking behind adding this feature this late was and how we think about things going forward: Why did Buffer not have this feature for almost 2.5 years? Infinite Network Welcome to the Infinite Network, the ultimate luxury social network, where only the most eligible people are accepted as members. It has often been said that we are the most private website in the World. The success of our network relies on our selection criteria. Each member application is analyzed by a Board of Admissions for approval. Our exclusive network brings together people who share similar backgrounds, lifestyles and interests and provide its members an advanced networking platform with exclusive personalized services. Join the network
2013 Color Trends on the Web Just like every other element of web design, color palettes follow fads that are constantly evolving. This year’s color trends are as diverse as they are compelling; brights and neons combine with greyscale to add some zing to clean, modern styles, while pastel palettes lend a softness to playful, cartoony designs. And from one end of the line to the other, color blocking in any hue has been enthusiastically employed. What’s great about this new crop of color trends is that they all combine seamlessly with UI considerations, helping to distinguish important elements and break up sections as well as conveying a style or mood. The Four Trends for 2013
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Upstart I left Google in early 2012 with a few colleagues to found Upstart based on a simple idea: how can we help more people do what they were meant to do? The world is changing fast, and the idea of a safe and predictable career is fading in the rearview mirror. What if we could help "upstarts" with a slice of economic freedom so they could pay off a loan, cover living expenses, or take a course that will pay dividends for years to come? And what if that financial freedom was provided by backers who have more to offer than just money?