L'algorithme de la séduction : référencer intelligemment son site ou son blogue Comme pour la musique, le cinéma, le théâtre, la littérature, la peinture ou n’importe quelle activité culturelle, une fois l’oeuvre réalisée, elle ne se fait pas connaître toute seule. Votre site mérite pourtant d’être connu… Le contexte Au début de 2014, près de 700 millions de sites web sont indexés dont près de 200 millions sont considérés comme actifs (A) (B). Se démarquer entre 200 millions de sites pour attirer l'attention et recueillir plus de 12 personnes par jour n’est pas une chose évidente surtout quand on estime que les 100 premiers sites drainent 75 milliards de pages vues par jour. Bref, on a beau produire les meilleurs cours, blogues, vidéos, documents, enregistrements, le véritable défi est de les faire connaître. D’abord, la mesure La première pièce à poser est de pouvoir mesurer précisément la fréquentation de son site. Une seconde pièce est de pouvoir situer son site par rapport aux autres. Améliorer son référencement J’ai tout fait, mais ça empire Se former Références
Hard Drive Donor PCB for Seagate Barracuda WD Caviar Scorpio Samsung Hitachi Maxtor DiamondMax | PCB Solution Macro Photographs of Singapore’s Most Unusual Insects and Arachnids by Nicky Bay Cicadae Parasite Beetle (Rhipiceridae) One of my favorite Flickr accounts to follow is Singapore-based photographer Nicky Bay (previously) who ventures into some of the most ecologically diverse (ie. creepiest and crawliest) places in the world to shoot macro photos of insects, arachnids, and fungi. Bay went on 46 different shooting excursions in 2014 and discovered creatures that seem more at home in an Avatar movie than here on Earth. He’s also begun working more with ultraviolet light that he uses to reveal the natural fluorescence of many organisms he encounters. Archduke larva (Lexias pardalis dirteana) Caterpillar Freshly moulted Jumping Spider Harvestman illuminated with 365nm wavelength ultraviolet light; Millipede fluorescence. Treehopper (Membracidae) Cuckoo Bee Caged pupa. Bioluminescent fungi Longhorn beetle Huntsman Spider consuming prey exposed under ultraviolet light for 20 seconds. Twig Spider
Brainstorming Doesn't Work; Try This Technique Instead Evan Rosenbaum was 2 years old when his father brought home the Power Macintosh 7100. This was 1994, and the 7100, a new personal computer from Apple, was a hefty gray console, hardly anything to look at. (It would be three years before Steve Jobs fatefully met the designer Jony Ive.) "I just remember how excited he was, setting it up, seeing what it could do," Rosenbaum says. But then, Howard passed away suddenly, stricken with a heart attack at 35. When Rosenbaum turned 3, then 4, he spent more and more time with the 7100. Rosenbaum didn’t realize the degree to which he associated his dad with the 7100 until the year he turned 6. One day in September, just as kindergarten was about to begin, the Sony Vaio came. Rosenbaum hesitated to turn on the Vaio. Its opening animation came up, and Rosenbaum felt a glimmer of excitement: "It was a moment of joy that helped end the moment of sadness," he says. It wasn’t easy letting go, Rosenbaum says. Rosenbaum became adept at the Vaio.
WhatFont Tool - The easiest way to inspect fonts in webpages « Chengyin Liu ← Back to Chengyin's main page What is the easiest way to find out the fonts used in a webpage? Firebug or Webkit Inspector? No, that's too complicated. It should be just a click away. Hence I wrote WhatFont, with which you can easily get font information about the text you are hovering on. To embrace the new web font era, WhatFont also detects services used for serving the font. Font name? Want to know more? Want the font? Want to share your discovery? ← Drag this to your bookmark bar to install On any webpage, click your WhatFont bookmark to use the tool. Full support: Firefox 3.6+, Chrome 9+, Safari 4+, Internet Explorer 9. Limited support: Internet Explorer 8. ↑Install the extension from Chrome Web Store. On any webpage, click WhatFont button to use the tool. Download Now After downloading, open the extension file to install. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. Email email@example.com Twitter @chengyinliu The tool should auto-update itself. Hosted on Github
Nexa Rust free font Nexa Rust from Fontfabric Type Foundry is a multifaceted font system consisting of font sub-families Sans, Slab, Script, Handmade and Extras.Each of these sub-families contains a number of font weights which have a characteristic warm, rough look and display a few degrees of saturation. Nexa Rust is a rough version of the already popular Nexa and Nexa Slab families with added new matching Nexa Script and Nexa Handmade fonts.Along with all of this, you will also discover added groups of extras which could serve as a foundation or add that extra “cherry on the cake” to each unique design. Font Designers – Radomir Tinkov, Svetoslav Simov, Ani Petrova & Vasil Stanev (Fontfabric) Five (5) fonts from all 83 are available for direct download. Download5 free fonts or just Buy full versionstart from $17 With your donation we’ll be able to spend more time to improve and update our free fonts. This post is tagged
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