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Google Webmaster Tools To Add JavaScript Debugging Tool

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Using flying drones to hack your smartphone data

bitshare:

imageSecurity researchers in London have successfully pulled off a hack for a program called “Snoopy,” that controls a flying drone which finds smartphones in any given area and steals it’s data.

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Ya ves, la herramienta en si no es peligroso, es lo que haces con ella.

anaisabelgomezmarin:

36 Reglas sobre las Redes Sociales #Infografía
Mucha gente simplemente ve las Redes Sociales como un lugar para perder el tiempo y hablar con los amigos y la gente prácticamente. Muchos no parecen entender que se puede hacer un negocio fuera de él, o utilizarlo para traer más clientes a su negocio. Tanto si dirige una página web, servicio, venta de productos …  sea el negocio que usted tenga, por lo general hay alguna manera las Redes Sociales que le pueden ayudar a hacer crecer y producir una gran presencia en línea. En las Redes Sociales hay reglas que debe seguir para conseguir ésto, porque es muy diferente a hablar sólo con una persona.

36 Reglas sobre las Redes Sociales

anaisabelgomezmarin:

36 Reglas sobre las Redes Sociales #Infografía

Mucha gente simplemente ve las Redes Sociales como un lugar para perder el tiempo y hablar con los amigos y la gente prácticamente. Muchos no parecen entender que se puede hacer un negocio fuera de él, o utilizarlo para traer más clientes a su negocio. Tanto si dirige una página web, servicio, venta de productos …  sea el negocio que usted tenga, por lo general hay alguna manera las Redes Sociales que le pueden ayudar a hacer crecer y producir una gran presencia en línea. En las Redes Sociales hay reglas que debe seguir para conseguir ésto, porque es muy diferente a hablar sólo con una persona.

36 Reglas sobre las Redes Sociales


While smartphone, tablets, and laptops are becoming increasingly more common in the classroom, the next big wave of innovation will be the growth of wearable technology for educational purposes. Google glass, smart watches and productivity wristbands will all have an impact on the world of teaching and learning and the rapid adoption of technology in the classroom. So how can wearable technology be implemented in the classroom?

#tecnologias

While smartphone, tablets, and laptops are becoming increasingly more common in the classroom, the next big wave of innovation will be the growth of wearable technology for educational purposes. Google glass, smart watches and productivity wristbands will all have an impact on the world of teaching and learning and the rapid adoption of technology in the classroom. So how can wearable technology be implemented in the classroom?

#tecnologias

anaisabelgomezmarin:

La Pirámide ddl #SEO!!

#seo

anaisabelgomezmarin:

La Pirámide ddl #SEO!!

#seo

searchengineland:

So as the saying goes, “Nothing in life is free.” This of course also includes SEO services. There is often debate as to how much is too much, and if what you’re paying for as a business owner is worth it for your specific goals. So where is the happy medium? While each business and its needs are different, there are some methods of determining value that ring true for just about everyone. Sit back and relax with this weekend’s round up, and find out why it’s not so much the price tag that you should be focusing on, but the benefits to follow. 
Why You Shouldn’t Worry About SEO Costs But Focus On What It Earns
The Hidden Cost Of Cheap SEO & Social Media Labor
Infographic: How Much Does SEO Cost?
How Much Does SEO Cost? 3 Analogies To Help You Determine Its Value

#seo

searchengineland:

So as the saying goes, “Nothing in life is free.” This of course also includes SEO services. There is often debate as to how much is too much, and if what you’re paying for as a business owner is worth it for your specific goals. So where is the happy medium?

 While each business and its needs are different, there are some methods of determining value that ring true for just about everyone. Sit back and relax with this weekend’s round up, and find out why it’s not so much the price tag that you should be focusing on, but the benefits to follow. 

Why You Shouldn’t Worry About SEO Costs But Focus On What It Earns

The Hidden Cost Of Cheap SEO & Social Media Labor

Infographic: How Much Does SEO Cost?

How Much Does SEO Cost? 3 Analogies To Help You Determine Its Value

#seo

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Google Analytics Adds Content Groupings In Behavior Flow For More Intuitive Visualizations

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Also, check Speed Up Firefox BY Enabling Its New HTTP Cache

newsweek:

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Como hacer ·”click”

newsweek:

via ClickHole

Como hacer ·”click”

kateoplis:

“The future of the Internet — which means the future of communications, culture, free speech and innovation — is up for grabs.
The Federal Communications Commission is making decisions that may determine how open the Internet will be, who will profit most from it and whether start-ups will face new barriers that will make it harder for ideas to flourish.
Tim Wu, 41, a law professor at Columbia University, isn’t a direct participant in the rule making, but he is influencing it. A dozen years ago, building on the work of more senior scholars, Mr. Wu developed a concept that is now a generally accepted norm. Called “net neutrality,” short for network neutrality, it is essentially this:
The cable and telephone companies that control important parts of the plumbing of the Internet shouldn’t restrict how the rest of us use it.”
“What makes the current debate so contentious is that the F.C.C. has signaled its intention to grant cable and telephone companies the right to charge content companies like Netflix, Google, Yahoo or Facebook for speeding up transmissions to people’s homes. And this is happening as the F.C.C. is considering whether to bless the merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable, which could put a single company in control of the Internet pipes into 40 percent of American homes.”
Read on: Defending an Open Internet

#netneutrality

kateoplis:

The future of the Internet — which means the future of communications, culture, free speech and innovation — is up for grabs.

The Federal Communications Commission is making decisions that may determine how open the Internet will be, who will profit most from it and whether start-ups will face new barriers that will make it harder for ideas to flourish.

Tim Wu, 41, a law professor at Columbia University, isn’t a direct participant in the rule making, but he is influencing it. A dozen years ago, building on the work of more senior scholars, Mr. Wu developed a concept that is now a generally accepted norm. Called “net neutrality,” short for network neutrality, it is essentially this:

The cable and telephone companies that control important parts of the plumbing of the Internet shouldn’t restrict how the rest of us use it.

“What makes the current debate so contentious is that the F.C.C. has signaled its intention to grant cable and telephone companies the right to charge content companies like Netflix, Google, Yahoo or Facebook for speeding up transmissions to people’s homes. And this is happening as the F.C.C. is considering whether to bless the merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable, which could put a single company in control of the Internet pipes into 40 percent of American homes.”

Read on: Defending an Open Internet

#netneutrality

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New PLA Test Spotted: Google Ranking Products By Reviews And Ratings

La ilusión de amistad en las redes sociales…