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Eric Enge24,794Please join us in this special show in which we dig into how Google determines what is good content vs. bad.  Panda is one of the many algorithms they use to do that. Join @106515636986325493284, @113426828273677356184, @108234536208176601636, @107022061436866576067, and I as we dig deeply into this topic. Here is the YT Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcYVqm891hA  The show will air on Thursday July 31st, at 3 PM ET (Boston time).  Say YES to get access to the video for live or later viewing. I will also share the video link here for mobile viewers. Please share this event or invite others to join us.  Let's pack the house!  Thanks for your help.How Does Google Determine Content Quality? How Would You?2014-07-31 21:00:00496  
Eric Enge24,794Paid search is a wholly different ballgame than SEO.  Know something about SEO?  Forget about it, that won't help you here. Watch this show with @103535742941088310823 and I to learn what it takes to master paid search and turn it into a money making machine. Here is the YouTube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIeXDOzEENE The show will air at 5 PM ET (Boston time) on Thursday July 17th.  Say YES to this event invite to get  access to the video for live or later viewing.  I will also share the YouTube link here for mobile viewers. Please invite others or re-share the event, and thanks for you support!Paid Search: Mastery of Strategy and Execution2014-07-17 23:00:19258  
ISOOSI Research Engine3,520In this ISOOSI Tuesday roundtable chat, we ask our distinguished panel  what they will be focusing on in terms of marketing in 2014. Have they made some New Year's resolutions as it relates to their businesses or strategies they execute for clients? Our panel includes Rand Fishkin, Eric Enge and Ammon Johns. Whether you are a small business owner or work as part of agency or as part of a dedicated marketing team in a large corporation, our panel of experts will have some great advice. Actionable takeaways applicable for any business. Learn what's new, what's important and what you should be considering. As we all know, new tools, new strategies and tactics are always being developed. But what skills and techniques should you develop this year for the maximum impact? And with so many areas of marketing to consider, how do you divide your resources (financial, time, etc) to position yourself well for 2014's needs and market? It's a great chance to ask questions to a panel of guests that have been extremely successful in business by continuously improving their own marketing techniques, processes and systems. Future-Proofing Your Business Marketing2014-01-14 21:00:00236  
Eric Enge24,794*How Far Has Semantic Search Come?* We know search is becoming semantic, but is an (r)evolutionary process which is not yet complete. What is it really? How far have we come? What is the best way to engage?  What can I do now? Join +David Amerland and I as we dig deep into these questions and more! Mobile users - the scheduled time is 4 PM Eastern Time (Boston time).  Hope to see you all there!How Far Has Semantic Search Come with David Amerland2013-09-26 22:00:00100  
Video In Person™ Conference93An exciting and engaging conversation on Local social and innovations that are changing the landscape.  Join us with hosts and attendees:  +Larry Fournillier  +Mark Traphagen +Sarina Bland +Julia Senesac +Joshua Berg +Yifat Cohen +Chris Butler +Mandy Miller +Hermine Ngnomire and +All American Johnny's Pizza   #denverhirl  Fireside Chat - Strategic Local Social with All American Johnny’s Pizza2013-09-04 02:30:0048  
Yifat Cohen85,518*@102918107936922095803's  “Ask-a-smart-friend” model answers your questions in 30 seconds - on Mobile and your PC. But it can do a lot more for you than that.* _This is a Public Hangout with live audience. Feel free to share and invite._ You are probably familiar with Q&A sites like Ask.com and Quora. You're probably using Siri and Google Voice to find answers to your questions. Well, check this out -  _*ChaCha Proves Best* A new study by the Butler Business Accelerator found that ChaCha answered questions better than 10 other mobile search engines and question-and-answer platforms, including Ask.com, Answers.com, Google, Quora, Siri, and Yahoo Answers._ *HOW CAN YOU USE THAT PLATFORM TO SHINE?* Join @100382758901355515850 from  and myself as we dive into and cover the State of Q&A services currently available, as well as -  o   New Intelligence Index study being released o   Rethinking Q&A for Smart devices o   What does always on, small screen, visual UIs mean to experience o   What does cognitive surplus do to shift the equation? o   The Role of Identity & Reputation in Search and Q&A *Type your questions below to get a private invitation to this Hangout.* --------- #chacha   #quoradaftquestions   #mobile   #hangoutonair   #livehoa   #livehangout   #hoa   #ask   #smartdevices   #indentity   #yahooanswers #reputationmarketing  How to use real-time Q&A for gathering buyer's intelligence - for free.2013-02-21 18:00:0027  
Yifat Cohen85,518*Forget the hype, here's the real thing.* _This event is open to the public - feel free to invite and share_ @104986189964051501362 is one of the top marketers in the world. He started his first Internet company in 1998 for less than $100 and has grown it into a full-fledged empire that now brings in 7-figures a month. He's been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal and the cover of Millionaire Blueprints. Ryan has also written 4 best-selling books, was a co-author to the NY Times Best-Selling Series, The Worst Case Scenario Business Survival Guide. Ryan co-wrote the book "Mastering the World of Marketing" which featured other marketing legends like @111310990991240556038, @112374836634096795698 (the original Apple evangelist),  @104255058920429429590 (founder of Zappos), and Jay Conrad Levinson (creator of Guerilla Marketing). Ryan was featured in over a dozen other books including "Moonlighting on the Internet" "Yes, This Book Will Make You Money" and "Prepare to be a Millionaire". He reaches over 300,000 people through his popular sites and newsletters and has helped tens of thousands of entrepreneurs create massively successful business. *AND NOW HERE'S HERE TO FREE-TALK WITH YOU.*  Join us this Thursday as we cover these points: _How to create recurring revenue_ _How to create compelling content_ _The #1 "secret" to getting more traffic_ _The simplified product model - and why you must follow this._ And then open it up to a free flowing conversation about money, life and the internet. ----- #internetmarketing   #passiveincome   #recurringrevenue   #hangoutsonair   #onairhangouts  The simplified product model and why you must follow this.2012-12-13 18:00:0090  
The Guardian5,478,148Join us this Thursday for our hangout with @113391812624898456365 following our Battle for the Internet series - looking at the challenges facing the open web and who controls the internet ahead of the International Telecommunication Union conference in Dubai this December. We'll be joined by experts across the world plus five selected readers, and we hope you can join us to watch the live event here on Google+.  Our panellists include: - *Alice Munyua*, Chair of Kenya's internet Governance Steering Committee         - *David Drummond*, Senior vice president, corporate development and chief legal officer, Google    - *Alexander Ntoko*, Chief, operations and planning department, Telecommunication Standardisation Bureau, ITU - *Eleanor Saitta*,Technical director, IMMI     If you can't make it live, don't worry as we'll publish video highlights on guardian.co.uk after the hangout so you can watch the best bits and leave a comment. #hangoutsonair   #hangoutonair   #Googlehangout   #TheGuardian   #HOA   #internet   #technology   #Google  Who Rules the Internet? Join our Google hangout2012-10-18 18:00:00390  
Google Play9,318,744Join a live hangout with Salman Khan of Khan Academy (khanacademy.org), as he takes your questions about his new book _The One World Schoolhouse: Education Reimagined_ (US&CA- goo.gl/Eo4Cv). Submit your questions in the comments below for a chance to have Salman respond on air. #khanhangout   Also -- Watch Salman's recent talk about his new book with Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt: goo.gl/G8vkf -- and come prepared with some questions about his book. #khanhangout #salmankhan #khanacademy ABOUT SALMAN KHAN: Salman Khan is the founder of The Khan Academy, nonprofit organization with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world-class education for anyone anywhere. All of the site's resources are available, completely free of charge. Google Play presents: Salman Khan of Khan Academy2012-10-17 22:00:001619  

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2015-10-01 17:21:25 (34 comments; 3 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

Of course this had to come. Yelp for people: You will soon be able to rate anyone you have interacted with on this new app: with reviews and 1 to 5 star ratings assigned to "your exes, your co-workers, the old guy who lives next door. You can’t opt out — once someone puts your name in the Peeple system, it’s there unless you violate the site’s terms of service. And you can’t delete bad or biased reviews — that would defeat the whole purpose."
 
The good news?  This will light a fire under creating real reputation mediation services, a potential billion dollar business (and I know the secret sauce) – and don’t let anyone tell you that reputation companies already exist.  They are jokes.

Most reshares: 109

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2016-02-12 02:09:53 (8 comments; 109 reshares; 82 +1s)Open 

The truth is a harsh mistress.

Most plusones: 82

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2016-02-12 02:09:53 (8 comments; 109 reshares; 82 +1s)Open 

The truth is a harsh mistress.

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2016-02-13 03:46:27 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Apparently women are not inferior coders. Yet more evidence we don't know how to hire talent effectively in 2016.

Apparently women are not inferior coders. Yet more evidence we don't know how to hire talent effectively in 2016.___

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2016-02-12 02:09:53 (8 comments; 109 reshares; 82 +1s)Open 

The truth is a harsh mistress.

The truth is a harsh mistress.___

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2016-02-07 17:11:07 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s)Open 

The world is speeding up. Brutal humor, but how far from the truth? Automated job posting, skill matching, more..

Via +Robyn Miller​

Internet speed...___The world is speeding up. Brutal humor, but how far from the truth? Automated job posting, skill matching, more..

Via +Robyn Miller​

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2016-01-16 19:14:41 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Ceramic Pills: new way to prevent drug traffickers from extracting chemicals from compounds.

Ceramic Pills: new way to prevent drug traffickers from extracting chemicals from compounds.___

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2016-01-13 17:29:40 (4 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

Just using a computer isn't enough to save your job for long.

The massive decline of PC's isn't just about awesome mobile gadgets. It's about society's shift from creation to consumption. And a mass extinction of unnecessary computer work, which in less than 20 years will be all of it.
#future #economy #tech___Just using a computer isn't enough to save your job for long.

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2016-01-13 12:54:44 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Chat Bots as new commerce UX. And huge opportunity to own the next platform.

Facebook, Chat Bots and "Conversational Commerce"

Text-based chat bots will likely be the bridge to the Star Trek conversational computer - and commerce will be one of the biggest drivers. 

That's why it's really important to understand what Facebook is doing with "M" and this new software development kit aimed at allowing third-party developers to build their own chat bots. One of the main drivers will be helping companies to build conversational front-ends for cost-effectively engaging with customers. 

Walk into a Starbucks and you're immediately greeted with a chat bot that asks you if you want your regular today. Walk into Target and request assistance with finding the right new TV and the chat bot will get you part of the way there and hand you off to an employee at the right time. 

With M and its other investments in Messenger, Facebook is making some bold moves that don't really look like bold moves until you understand where they're going with all this. 

On the web, keyword search was the core of the experience. But on mobile, it’s become clear that chat is where people spend most of their time. That makes winning the messaging war both a requirement and an opportunity for Facebook.

To stay dominant on phones, it must make Messenger irresistibly useful, and the best way to do that is to augment its own product with bots from developers that offer convenience and utility for every niche use case. If Facebook controls messaging, it controls the portal to commerce and content as well as communication.

P.S. I grabbed the term "conversational commerce" from the folks at +Dan Miller and the folks at Opus Research: 
http://opusresearch.net/wordpress/

#virtualpersonalassistant   #artificialintelligence   #chatbots  ___Chat Bots as new commerce UX. And huge opportunity to own the next platform.

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2016-01-01 22:10:40 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

Some good advice on Content. But its not Shocking :)

The Truth Behind 'Content Shock'
 
You're going to hear a lot of stuff this year about 'Content Shock' and why it explains the failure or decline of various content marketing strategies.  As with most marketing buzzwords, though, it masks a much simpler truth: excellent content never fails, but your content and content strategy may not be as good as you think they are, and you may not even be defining success or failure correctly.
 
So how do we define excellent content, and is it always necessary for content to be excellent to be effective?  In the following article, I explain why there is no such thing as content shock, the real value of content marketing, and the signatures that distinguish content high quality content from the growing glut of poor to mediocre content clogging up the internet with each passing minute.
 
#ContentMarketingTips #ContentMarketing #MarketingTips___Some good advice on Content. But its not Shocking :)

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2016-01-01 19:24:07 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

AR, VR, the blurring of the two, and how it all relates to the future of semantic SEO.

The Fusing of Augmented and Virtual Reality

Technology has become the interface through which our thoughts, ideas and intentions are realized. As such the devices we carry with us and the digital realms we enter through our screens have the effect of making our internal world porous. New ideas, thoughts and paradigms seep into it all the time just as new ideas, thoughts and paradigms emerge (and are shared), from it.___AR, VR, the blurring of the two, and how it all relates to the future of semantic SEO.

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2016-01-01 18:48:20 (0 comments; 8 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

A good first ponder for 2016.

#f 

A good first ponder for 2016.

#f ___

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2015-12-24 17:37:57 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

A Christmas Story I had not heard yet...

#f

A Christmas Story I had not heard yet...

#f___

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2015-12-20 19:09:05 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Why temporary social media and liquid identity has value: "Now that everyone knows you’re a dog, it’s difficult to be anything but."

http://blog.snapchat.com/post/61770468323/the-liquid-self http://blog.snapchat.com/post/55902851023/temporary-social-media

via +Denis Labelle

Why I post a la Snapchat on Google+
"Temporary social media will provide new ways of understanding the social media profile, one that isn’t comprised of life hacked into frozen, quantifiable pieces but instead something more fluid, changing, and alive."

More:
. blog.snapchat.com/post/55902851023/temporary-social-media
. blog.snapchat.com/post/61770468323/the-liquid-self

Image: Denis Labelle's ghost by @105804116196230108340___Why temporary social media and liquid identity has value: "Now that everyone knows you’re a dog, it’s difficult to be anything but."

http://blog.snapchat.com/post/61770468323/the-liquid-self http://blog.snapchat.com/post/55902851023/temporary-social-media

via +Denis Labelle

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2015-12-07 16:35:49 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Nice, to see +Kristin Tynski and Fractl's research mentioned here.

Nice, to see +Kristin Tynski and Fractl's research mentioned here.___

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2015-12-03 04:49:18 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Can anyone verify this for me? Is the article of clothing this guy from Bangladesh wearing called a lungi?

Can anyone verify this for me? Is the article of clothing this guy from Bangladesh wearing called a lungi?___

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2015-11-05 15:25:52 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Some of you may not know that I work for Fractl now. I produced the Perceptions of Perfection campaign discussed here. With a lot of help of course.

It IS possible to create 'viral' content on a pretty regular basis. Not every campaign will be a hit, but the numbers don't lie and our clients are very happy.

This roadmap outlines in great detail  how we do it.

Some of you may not know that I work for Fractl now. I produced the Perceptions of Perfection campaign discussed here. With a lot of help of course.

It IS possible to create 'viral' content on a pretty regular basis. Not every campaign will be a hit, but the numbers don't lie and our clients are very happy.

This roadmap outlines in great detail  how we do it.___

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2015-10-27 18:14:25 (7 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

A teacher and a police officer that have no idea how to do their job...

Justice Department opens inquiry into officer's forceful removal of student

http://gu.com/p/4dkk9?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Google%2B

#ft

A teacher and a police officer that have no idea how to do their job...

Justice Department opens inquiry into officer's forceful removal of student

http://gu.com/p/4dkk9?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Google%2B

#ft___

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2015-10-03 16:20:21 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

You just know someone pitched this as "Zombies on a Plane" :) And damn if that doesn't sound pretty awesome, in a B-Movie kinda way.

cc +steph wanamaker​ #ft ht +Amanda Blain​

Fear the Walking Dead web series

Flight 462 web series will begin in October. 

From the article:
"this new series, Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462, will tell the story of a commercial flight in the early goings of the outbreak as a passenger is discovered to be infected. The first episode will debut on AMC.com on Oct. 4."

A zombie outbreak on a commercial flight has got to be hella scary!

#thewalkingdead   #fearthewalkingdead   #flight462  ___You just know someone pitched this as "Zombies on a Plane" :) And damn if that doesn't sound pretty awesome, in a B-Movie kinda way.

cc +steph wanamaker​ #ft ht +Amanda Blain​

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2015-10-01 17:21:25 (34 comments; 3 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

My prediction is that this app will end badly... But this concept will win in the end. Reputation really is that valuable and making it portable is important.

Of course, a single score is not the ultimate answer, either. Like our personalities, reputation has many facets and should be scored as such. 

Cc +Gregory Esau​ +Gideon Rosenblatt​ +Meg Tufano​ +Eli Fennell​ +David Amerland​

Of course this had to come. Yelp for people: You will soon be able to rate anyone you have interacted with on this new app: with reviews and 1 to 5 star ratings assigned to "your exes, your co-workers, the old guy who lives next door. You can’t opt out — once someone puts your name in the Peeple system, it’s there unless you violate the site’s terms of service. And you can’t delete bad or biased reviews — that would defeat the whole purpose."
 
The good news?  This will light a fire under creating real reputation mediation services, a potential billion dollar business (and I know the secret sauce) – and don’t let anyone tell you that reputation companies already exist.  They are jokes.___My prediction is that this app will end badly... But this concept will win in the end. Reputation really is that valuable and making it portable is important.

Of course, a single score is not the ultimate answer, either. Like our personalities, reputation has many facets and should be scored as such. 

Cc +Gregory Esau​ +Gideon Rosenblatt​ +Meg Tufano​ +Eli Fennell​ +David Amerland​

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2015-09-29 13:44:33 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Just finished listening to The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg. Wow. #AudibleApp. 

Just finished listening to The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg. Wow. #AudibleApp. ___

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2015-09-18 22:40:04 (3 comments; 2 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

There is no autism epidemic, Donald. We just diagnose the problem better now. Seems strange but it's true. That's science for you. https://www.ted.com/talks/steve_silberman_the_forgotten_history_of_autism

There is also no scientific community consensus that slower vaccines are better, in fact the opposite is true.

On a more general note, stop reading the intertubes and pretending that's how you do scientific research. You can not educate yourself about vaccinations and autism by just reading the Internet - especially if you have no scientific background and no understanding of how to avoid bias in forming your conclusions.

Stop searching for the one doctor or scientist or pretender that will agree with your preconceived notions. There are always a few and finding one proves exactly nothing. Truth requires consensus, not single points of contention... more »

There is no autism epidemic, Donald. We just diagnose the problem better now. Seems strange but it's true. That's science for you. https://www.ted.com/talks/steve_silberman_the_forgotten_history_of_autism

There is also no scientific community consensus that slower vaccines are better, in fact the opposite is true.

On a more general note, stop reading the intertubes and pretending that's how you do scientific research. You can not educate yourself about vaccinations and autism by just reading the Internet - especially if you have no scientific background and no understanding of how to avoid bias in forming your conclusions.

Stop searching for the one doctor or scientist or pretender that will agree with your preconceived notions. There are always a few and finding one proves exactly nothing. Truth requires consensus, not single points of contention buttressing a confirmation bias.

Stop generalizing from personal experience and hearsay. What you heard happened to a friend of a neighbor ladies cousins child doesn't count. In fact, what happens to your own child doesn't count. The lens of personal experience is not something you can use to extrapolate to public policy. That's why we have governments and epidemiologists.

Stop listening to politicians, especially those actively running for office. What the hell do they know about it? Even the ones with medical training aren't exactly well versed in the issue - that's pretty obvious. They want your vote more than they want some long-term notion of public safety.

Just because it's scary to give your soft cuddly baby a lot of nasty shots that have dire warning labels doesn't make it OK to opt out. Look around at all the people near you - they all survived those vaccines. It's not that bad. Stop scaring yourself and remember that these vaccines might save the life of your child one day. Because other jackaases chickened out an put us all at risk.

Your freedom to be scared ends at my freedom, our collective freedom, to not die from a plague.

Thanks to David Houggy for putting this in my stream.

#ft___

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2015-09-07 02:34:12 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

Happy [Machine] Labor Day!

Citizens should be freed from involuntary labor by leveraging our massive gains in productivity via technology.

Use those gains to universally supply every citizen the means to unconditionally meet their most basic needs.

Then, and only then, would selling one’s labor to others in the labor market become fully voluntary [and amazingly satisfying and productive].

And we would actually welcome the loss of automatable work to advancing technology.

One of the cool parts of doing this is that we can replace the bad incentives built into our welfare system while getting more citizens out of poverty.

(the above is a paraphrasing of the article)

Rethinking Work, Income, and Automation

This is a very thought-provoking piece about the future of work by +Scott Santens. I am personally trying to get my head around the question of Basic Income, and found this article very helpful to that end. It even inspired me to set up a new Collection to start tracking this issue more closely. 

Thanks to +Loren Sickles for flagging this one to my attention. 

#basicincome   #technologicalunemployment  ___Happy [Machine] Labor Day!

Citizens should be freed from involuntary labor by leveraging our massive gains in productivity via technology.

Use those gains to universally supply every citizen the means to unconditionally meet their most basic needs.

Then, and only then, would selling one’s labor to others in the labor market become fully voluntary [and amazingly satisfying and productive].

And we would actually welcome the loss of automatable work to advancing technology.

One of the cool parts of doing this is that we can replace the bad incentives built into our welfare system while getting more citizens out of poverty.

(the above is a paraphrasing of the article)

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2015-09-06 12:20:07 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

I have nothing to add but a thank you to +David Amerland​ for this brilliant read.

"We are alone, there is no one, help us!"

The contextual basis of our existence never becomes more evident than when we face what we sometimes disparagingly call “first world problems”. Over the last few weeks I have been buried in business reports the urgent and pressured changes being made to the draft chapters of a book going to print and the inevitable everyday pressure of emails, articles, requests for interviews, comments and quotes. 

My life, to all intents and purposes, has been circumscribed by the immediate needs being pressed upon me, the narrow context of something that I have to do in a very limited space of time. Meanwhile, at the back of my mind, every time I dip across the web I sense the change in the world around me. 

As the sum total of largely man-made disasters accumulates around the globe, for the first time in our century, we face a mass movement of people, an Exodus  (http://goo.gl/fWIurF) that’s the largest since WWII: http://goo.gl/leWg1X

As hundreds of thousands of refugees flooded cash-strapped and ill-prepared Greece which is struggling to cope: http://goo.gl/rdlHbq The Economist ran a piece on why this is happening: http://goo.gl/kWZYjM. Europe, one of the world’s richest areas, is paralyzed by the refugee crisis: http://goo.gl/V2AO7e unable to formulate a coherent policy, its leaders largely incapable of understanding the right thing to do instead of the politically expedient thing to say, are left floundering (again)  - adrift in a situation that is evolving too fast for them to formulate a politically palatable soundbite. 

This has left the nation-state behaving like any system under siege, led by people who feel overwhelmed would: defensively. Hungary put up fences, ironically spending over 100 Million Euros (http://goo.gl/hlTg7Q) and using inmates to help keep costs down – its effectiveness already under question and its morality under attack: http://goo.gl/D5GUbc. Germany (http://goo.gl/D68U6r) and the UK (http://goo.gl/TF1c6w) have seen a far-right resurgence as the issue of immigration gets muddled with the refugee crisis and colored with anti-Islamist rhetoric (http://goo.gl/OFE0PZ). 

While politicians flip-flop on the issue and parliaments debate without anything being resolved the unfolding crisis gets deeper, its images, unrelentingly grimmer: 71 people die, suffocating in the back of a refrigeration truck in Austria: http://goo.gl/bs4oe9.  A father, desperately trying to get his family to safety, left in charge of a sinking boat is left to pick up their lifeless bodies: http://goo.gl/XN3Ysl the picture of this seemingly insignificant tragedy in a massive tide of human pain, suddenly personifying exactly what’s happening: http://goo.gl/P8D5uc. 

Death, usually only takes on meaning when it can be given a human face: http://goo.gl/KqaPKf. Its story made to reflect the big picture (http://goo.gl/DYxw8E) behind it that made it possible to happen in the first place: http://goo.gl/XN3Ysl. 

You’d be forgiven for thinking that there is little hope. That the world is a dark, vile place (http://goo.gl/gVeb2v). That those we entrust to lead us betray us (http://goo.gl/qWaAbL). That we, might as we try, cannot change anything, that really – context and content, our “first world problems” – our issues with efficiency, marketing, selling and buying. The lawns that need to be cut and the BBQs that need to be lit and the things that make our life ‘real’ are, should be perhaps, not just what we should worry about but what we must worry about. Our security blanket. The sedative we reach for to distract us from what we cannot change, what we cannot affect. What we feel powerless against. 

This not what’s happening here. The same “first world problems” that make our attention sometimes focus on the seemingly inconsequential, also become the driver for creating social media tools and the motive force for forging new ways of operating. 

Against the frequently stated, kneejerk, absurd and intellectually impoverished charge of “social media  distracts us from real life” and “social media stops us from having a life” stands the starkness of the impact of a crisis that’s being felt even through the many layers of the pressures that surround us daily. 

Social media, connectivity, technology – for all their imperfections, also make it impossible to switch off, impossible to ignore and impossible to deny. No more “I didn’t know” (http://goo.gl/6N0sXL) defense lines. We now know and feel and understand and agonize and think. 

And unlike our elected leaders, refreshingly, we act. A US man ‘grabbed’ a ship and set off to do something about it: http://goo.gl/dcGtE6. Icelanders (whose government caps immigration to 50 a year) opened up their homes, actively offering to help take in refugees: http://goo.gl/EkkbPi. Buckling under pressure from home Germany and Austria opened their doors: http://goo.gl/bO90rn internet shaming having at least one positive effect.

It doesn’t stop there. 

The Refugees Welcome website uses people power and crowdsourcing (the same idea that brought us Airbnb) to change the way we respond to the refugee crisis: http://goo.gl/11E1ty. Petitions (http://goo.gl/MDY4Bt) are having the desired effect as EU refugee policy is changing: http://goo.gl/0qNqpE. If you’re in the UK you can sign the online petition to increase support for refugees and asylum seekers: https://goo.gl/1fDi1k you can add further pressure by signing The Independent’s petition form: http://goo.gl/qcOJ45. 

This is not an EU problem (http://goo.gl/fsqRe8). It is a people problem. It is a global problem, which people, seeing people in trouble can help solve. In New Zealand you can add your voice to those who want change to the refugee quota: https://goo.gl/wCmxjy. On Facebook the “Open Homes, Open Hearts” initiative helps US citizens add their voice to the tide: https://goo.gl/bZsLqJ and a petition on the White House website could really do with your signature: https://goo.gl/tZy3tT.

This could have been a really dark, hopeless Sunday Read. The issues raised here are deep, potentially divisive. They are the kind that our elected officials feel powerless to deal with quickly. Yet, the very same tools that allow me to somewhat flippantly talk about the need to have plenty of coffee at hand and a mountain of sugary treats, allow us to connect, share, and actually do something ourselves, first. Even something as small as sharing a petition in our social media channels to help raise its visibility and awareness. 

We may be small. But we are not powerless. We may feel alone, but we really are not. We may think that nothing changes, but here’s proof that things are. The world is connecting across lines that officials do not foresee and cannot control. We self organize (https://goo.gl/vgukwN), create forces of our own, drive change in ways that only our ‘first world concerns’ can prepare us for. 

We understand two things that government and institutions do not always grasp: As people we can act to do the right thing, first: http://goo.gl/tMuQ8R. As people we can make a difference because we are no longer alone and isolated. 

The title of this Sunday Read was taken from the heart-wrenching message of a Syrian woman to the Italian coastguard: http://goo.gl/leWg1X. Our message today to the world, to each other, here, to those who we feel need help, in any context is that the world is really changing. You are no longer alone. None of us is.

Coffee, chocolate ice-cream, donuts, croissants, cookies and chocolate cake. I know it seems facile, yet it’s a ritual that helps keep us together. Make us stronger. More effective, until even more join us. Have an awesome Sunday, wherever you are.  ___I have nothing to add but a thank you to +David Amerland​ for this brilliant read.

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2015-09-05 20:44:57 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

Cyber crime finds Wikipedia. Pretty scary, but negligible impact on information veracity in general. Wikipedia is still the best reference in the universe.

The infection of Wikipedia

This picture shows the spread of corruption on Wikipedia.  Luckily it's been detected!   Wikipedia has already banned 381 accounts belonging to a gang of people who sell  Wikipedia articles -  and charge fees to keep those articles from being deleted!

In this picture, the yellow bubbles are IP addresses known to be used by this gang.  Green bubbles are fake user accounts, called sockpuppets.  This is just a closeup of a larger picture. 

The gang is called Orangemoody, after one of their sockpuppets.  Here's how they operate:

• Somebody not in the gang starts writing an article about themselves, or a company they own.  Wikipedia editors say the article violates their rules: for example, it's basically an advertisement.

• An Orangemoody sockpuppet notices this and begins work on the article, usually based on the original creator’s content.  They make it into a professional-looking article.

• Orangemoody contacts the original creator or the subject of the article.  They offer to publish the article for a fee. The person making the contact will usually claim to be an experienced editor or administrator. They often use names of genuine editors and administrators.

• Money is exchanged, and the article appears on Wikipedia.

• Some time later the article's subject or the person who has paid for the article is contacted again.  They're told that for a monthly fee - often $30/month - the fake 'editor' will continue to protect the article from vandalism and keep it from being deleted.

For more, see:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/09/02/wikipedia-sting-snares-hundreds-of-accounts-used-for-paid-editing/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Long-term_abuse/Orangemoody

The picture was created by James Alexander, the Manager for Trust and Safety at the Wikimedia Foundation:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Long-term_abuse/Orangemoody#/media/File:OrangeMoody-BubbleGraphCombined-Nolabels.jpg

This is probably not the end of the story!  Here are a few of the articles that have been deleted, just to give you the flavor:

GET Group
Glen Peloso
Global Wicca
Gregg Miner
Grub Club
Hallock Hill
Health-Success
Hoppa (travel company)
Hugo Rivera (author)
Hunt Monitor
IPG DentistEdu Technique

For a complete list, go here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Long-term_abuse/Orangemoody/Articles___Cyber crime finds Wikipedia. Pretty scary, but negligible impact on information veracity in general. Wikipedia is still the best reference in the universe.

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2015-09-05 20:33:09 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

If you are not sharing data, you are doing it wrong.

The Flow
Of Innovation

Love these insights from +Ross Dawson on the creations of flows. ___If you are not sharing data, you are doing it wrong.

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2015-09-05 19:34:22 (14 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

Monster, Fire Ants, and my Crazy, Unexpected Allergic Reaction

Friday was a little more crazy than usual. I spilled some Monster cola on myself, my foot, and my driveway as I was loading car for my hour-long commute to Delray Beach.

As I stood there for not more than a few seconds wiping cola off my face (yeah, I'm a clutz) my foot was assaulted by fire ants.

I think only a couple actually bit me, but they can each bite more than once. Apparently the Monster drove them crazy, drew them out from between the pavers in my driveway.

Sort of freaked me out, but no biggie. I did swap shoes and socks to make sure I was good and got on the road. But 10 miles down road I was feeling bad. At 15 miles I took a benadryl - my face was swelling and I was getting groggy and itchy.

At 20 miles I got of the Turnpike because I knew I was in trouble.... more »

Monster, Fire Ants, and my Crazy, Unexpected Allergic Reaction

Friday was a little more crazy than usual. I spilled some Monster cola on myself, my foot, and my driveway as I was loading car for my hour-long commute to Delray Beach.

As I stood there for not more than a few seconds wiping cola off my face (yeah, I'm a clutz) my foot was assaulted by fire ants.

I think only a couple actually bit me, but they can each bite more than once. Apparently the Monster drove them crazy, drew them out from between the pavers in my driveway.

Sort of freaked me out, but no biggie. I did swap shoes and socks to make sure I was good and got on the road. But 10 miles down road I was feeling bad. At 15 miles I took a benadryl - my face was swelling and I was getting groggy and itchy.

At 20 miles I got of the Turnpike because I knew I was in trouble. Wasn't thinking straight. Thought maybe I would go to a minute clinic at CVS. A couple miles further and I had to pull over because I was dizzy and my heart was racing - maybe anxiety or something worse.

Face was distorted and my lips were swollen such that I could not purse them. Strange thought went through my head about this time: facial recognition software can't see me... Lol.

I had the presence of mind to Google "urgent care" and the luck to have a good one, +Jupiter Medical Center Urgent Care​ a block and a half away. I stumbled in and survived.

Still not back to normal, but I'm ok. That pic of me the collage is actually from when I was feeling much better, maybe an hour before they released me. God only knows how bad I looked when I got there.

Now I'm one of those people that needs to carry an Epi Pen with them at all times. That feels a little strange, but I will do it.

Life is strange and I am lucky.

#ft

___

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2015-09-04 12:39:54 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Anyone out there a #paramedic   or #emt ? I'm looking for help with a feature I'm working on about #naloxone  / #narcan  

Seeking stories about how paramedics use Naloxone.

What's the thought process of the paramedic before, during, and after? 

What are the general circumstances surrounding an injection in your experience?  Who and where and why?
What works and what doesn't?

Are there tricks to the trade that you have learned? 
What anecdotes can you share?

Do you know anyone that you were are to save the then got into treatment, or even better got clean?

Do you know other paramedics with Naloxone experience?

BTW the pic below is from http://harmreduction.org/shop/got-naloxone-t-shirt/  You can get a t-shirt with that cool graphic -- if you are brave enough towear it... more »

Anyone out there a #paramedic   or #emt ? I'm looking for help with a feature I'm working on about #naloxone  / #narcan  

Seeking stories about how paramedics use Naloxone.

What's the thought process of the paramedic before, during, and after? 

What are the general circumstances surrounding an injection in your experience?  Who and where and why?
What works and what doesn't?

Are there tricks to the trade that you have learned? 
What anecdotes can you share?

Do you know anyone that you were are to save the then got into treatment, or even better got clean?

Do you know other paramedics with Naloxone experience?

BTW the pic below is from http://harmreduction.org/shop/got-naloxone-t-shirt/  You can get a t-shirt with that cool graphic -- if you are brave enough to wear it.
#f___

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2015-08-24 18:11:07 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

The 14th amendment needs to be reinterpreted based on our new understanding of fetal personhood as proposed by the religious right. At the moment of conception that zygote is an American. No way around it.

#sarcasm #ns 

The 14th amendment needs to be reinterpreted based on our new understanding of fetal personhood as proposed by the religious right. At the moment of conception that zygote is an American. No way around it.

#sarcasm #ns ___

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2015-08-18 13:52:12 (4 comments; 2 reshares; 8 +1s)Open 

538 refutes Trump on immigration, with hard facts and level logic.

#ft

538 refutes Trump on immigration, with hard facts and level logic.

#ft___

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2015-08-12 16:51:14 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

You may be a freelancer sooner than you think... #futureofwork

The new freelancer economy isn't about "temp" labor and it's relying on new institutional platforms to drive its growth___You may be a freelancer sooner than you think... #futureofwork

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2015-08-12 14:27:08 (3 comments; 2 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

“Not all who wander into Taco Bell are lost”  :)

Just enjoy the fact that this isn't a story about politics or guns or economics or global warming or hate. #FT

“Not all who wander into Taco Bell are lost”  :)

Just enjoy the fact that this isn't a story about politics or guns or economics or global warming or hate. #FT___

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2015-08-10 15:30:44 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Inequality goes Digital. Hmmm.

How Facebook, Apple and Twitter are ending online equality.

(Read my column: http://goo.gl/WtxBie )

The latest trend in social networking is the rise of elitism.

It's not an elitism that's emerging spontaneously from the everyday social interaction of users. Facebook, Apple and Twitter are intentionally devising a new online world of inequality. This new social media elitism is being trotted out as a "feature."

It's sad, too. Egalitarianism used to be the signature attribute of new media.

While old media was a one-to-many affair (whoever was rich or famous had access to the TV cameras or the newspaper headlines while the rest of us were forced to sit in silence and passively receive their communications), new media was participatory and engendered equality. Even the most self-aggrandizing actor or preening musical diva had to set up a Myspace or Twitter or Facebook account and use the same tools and features as everybody else.

Of course, we all haven't enjoyed complete equality in our reach or influence on social networks. Famous people have generally had larger audiences, and therefore more influence. But when the rich and/or famous have talked to us, we've been able to talk back. New media was different from old media in that it was a level playing field, where all of us -- rich and poor, famous and obscure -- used the same set of social media features, tools and interaction spaces.

Now Facebook, Apple and Twitter are intentionally undoing all of that.

Here's what's going on: 

http://www.computerworld.com/article/2960469/social-media/how-facebook-apple-and-twitter-are-ending-online-equality.html

#Facebook   #Apple   #Twitter  ___Inequality goes Digital. Hmmm.

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2015-08-09 14:58:14 (23 comments; 1 reshares; 24 +1s)Open 

Donald "never back down, never apologize, never ask forgiveness" Trump.

His default mode is Attack. And he doesn't have a secondary mode.

I don't want this guy anywhere near the nuclear football.


#ns

Donald "never back down, never apologize, never ask forgiveness" Trump.

His default mode is Attack. And he doesn't have a secondary mode.

I don't want this guy anywhere near the nuclear football.


#ns___

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2015-08-06 14:17:20 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

"The notion of a 'first' page ranking in Google is rapidly dying..." - +David Amerland 

That pretty much wraps it up the impact of the move to mobile and semantic search.

Tipping Point for Mobile Internet

We've been told, for some time now, that mobile is the way forward  for websites and that includes how websites are found through search and how commercial activity takes place. 

Google has made a mobile-friendly website one of the ranking metrics in search. For much of the developing world web-enabled phones and smartphones were the first points of access when it came to the internet. Now a developed country, like the UK where home computer ownership exceeds 80% (http://goo.gl/PH67ML) has reached a tipping point where smartphones, for the first time, overtake PCs and laptops as the means through which the web is accessed. 

This is important because mobile search is mostly Voice and 100% localized and personalized, device specific and search-history dependent - fully semantic, in other words. The notion of a 'first' page ranking in Google is rapidly dying because the first page is different for each person and each search query, particularly on mobile devices. 

It also means that relevance, trustworthiness and authority of a website (and by association the business linked to it) trumps SEO activities intended to just boost ranking in search. ___"The notion of a 'first' page ranking in Google is rapidly dying..." - +David Amerland 

That pretty much wraps it up the impact of the move to mobile and semantic search.

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2015-08-05 18:28:03 (2 comments; 4 reshares; 11 +1s)Open 

Best Dictionary for Our New World. Three Favs:

Comcast (n.):  See Satan
corporation (n.): A person.
gun (n.): The citizenry’s defense against tyranny by means of suicide.

Truth. Nothing but direct truth.___Best Dictionary for Our New World. Three Favs:

Comcast (n.):  See Satan
corporation (n.): A person.
gun (n.): The citizenry’s defense against tyranny by means of suicide.

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2015-08-03 02:28:19 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Data nerds and visual storytellers: get to a desktop computer and check this out.

A Visual Introduction to Machine Learning

In machine learning, computers apply statistical learning techniques to automatically identify patterns in data. These techniques can be used to make highly accurate predictions.

Keep scrolling. Using a data set about homes, we will create a machine learning model to distinguish homes in New York from homes in San Francisco.

This is very, very cool and well done.

#machinelearning  h/t: +Micah Fisher-Kirshner ___Data nerds and visual storytellers: get to a desktop computer and check this out.

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2015-07-31 00:41:11 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s)Open 

"The culture that encourages police officers to engage their weapons before gathering information promotes the mind-set that nothing, including citizen safety, is more important than officers’ personal security."

Solid logic from an Iraqi War Vet.

#ft

"The culture that encourages police officers to engage their weapons before gathering information promotes the mind-set that nothing, including citizen safety, is more important than officers’ personal security."

Solid logic from an Iraqi War Vet.

#ft___

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2015-07-30 03:26:48 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

LiveText starts with a stupid premise. And that makes it brilliant.

Of all the messaging apps, Livetext is the first in a while to get me interested.

It really sounds vapid on first take. What a waste to stream video without audio. But audio requires constant attention and interaction. Video can be passive, ambient, adding to the experience but not requiring full and constant attention.

The silence also means you don't have to worry about your conversation being overheard.

While the video is synchronous, your interaction doesn't have to be. Yes, it's going to waste a lot of bandwidth but that's not a worry in our future.

Imagine a live link to your buddy or significant other or family member or coworker. That extra context as you interact back and forth could add a lot of value and insight. Are they there? Are they happy? ... more »

LiveText starts with a stupid premise. And that makes it brilliant.

Of all the messaging apps, Livetext is the first in a while to get me interested.

It really sounds vapid on first take. What a waste to stream video without audio. But audio requires constant attention and interaction. Video can be passive, ambient, adding to the experience but not requiring full and constant attention.

The silence also means you don't have to worry about your conversation being overheard.

While the video is synchronous, your interaction doesn't have to be. Yes, it's going to waste a lot of bandwidth but that's not a worry in our future.

Imagine a live link to your buddy or significant other or family member or coworker. That extra context as you interact back and forth could add a lot of value and insight. Are they there? Are they happy? What are they up to? What's going on in their environment? ___

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2015-07-30 02:57:47 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s)Open 

Yum. Spaghetti in a cone: a miracle of physics, a genius food delivery system

Yum. Spaghetti in a cone: a miracle of physics, a genius food delivery system___

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2015-07-27 16:42:04 (15 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

Maybe it's time to bring back segregation. No, not by race, but by those that want guns in their lives and those that don't.

I'll take my stores and theaters and schools gun-free.

#NS

Maybe it's time to bring back segregation. No, not by race, but by those that want guns in their lives and those that don't.

I'll take my stores and theaters and schools gun-free.

#NS___

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2015-07-26 12:59:34 (1 comments; 4 reshares; 8 +1s)Open 

Nothing wrong with an opinion. Unless it's really a misconception.

#ft

No, It's Not Your Opinion. You're Just Wrong

In other words, you can form an opinion in a bubble, and for the first couple of decades of our lives we all do. However, eventually you are going to venture out into the world and find that what you thought was an informed opinion was actually just a tiny thought based on little data and your feelings. Many, many, many of your opinions will turn out to be uninformed or just flat out wrong. No, the fact that you believed it doesn’t make it any more valid or worthwhile, and nobody owes your viewpoint any respect simply because it is yours.

You can be wrong or ignorant. It will happen. Reality does not care about your feelings. Education does not exist to persecute you. The misinformed are not an ethnic minority being oppressed.

My opinion is that this post is awesome. #reason  ___Nothing wrong with an opinion. Unless it's really a misconception.

#ft

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2015-07-25 19:57:18 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

New law from Brin: Inverse relationship between ambient fear and who we are willing to consider part of our tribe.

This weekend's posting is a major one that I've worked on for years -- putting together all my thoughts about fear and expanding our Horizons of Inclusion. Some of it was hinted at, in OTHERNESS.  After including this riff in many speeches and talks, it is now ready for you to scrutinize... Brin's fundamental view of human nature.___New law from Brin: Inverse relationship between ambient fear and who we are willing to consider part of our tribe.

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2015-07-23 16:44:30 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

SEO Argument
Is an inbound link to your root domain always more valuable than a link to say a targeted category page?

How about if the source of the inbound link is has more credibility in the category than in general? How about if the audience of the referring site is better matched to the category page?

My contention is that a targeted link should be better in a semantic world where topical authority begins to mean something. But does that world exist yet?

cc +David Amerland +AJ Kohn 

#ns

SEO Argument
Is an inbound link to your root domain always more valuable than a link to say a targeted category page?

How about if the source of the inbound link is has more credibility in the category than in general? How about if the audience of the referring site is better matched to the category page?

My contention is that a targeted link should be better in a semantic world where topical authority begins to mean something. But does that world exist yet?

cc +David Amerland +AJ Kohn 

#ns___

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2015-07-23 12:16:02 (4 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

More #SOPA crap. These guys never give up. #ft

More #SOPA crap. These guys never give up. #ft___

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2015-07-22 12:20:20 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

The end of capitalism has begun. I think this directionally correct. 

The end of capitalism has begun. I think this directionally correct. ___

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2015-07-21 23:38:22 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

Don't deny the Reputation Economy just yet. It's still coming, just slower than I expected :) This could be a harbinger.

Reputation Scores to Replace PageRank?

A second patent in a series of patents that look like they are a replacement for Agent Rank, which seemed to disappear with the end of authorship markup at Google+.  This Authorized user approach would still use author images to indicate content from specific users of a social network in response to a specific query. 

This kind of reputation scoring could potentially be a replacement for PageRank.  The snippets that would accompany images of indidividuals would come from user profiles and user posts, comments, and responses in Google+.___Don't deny the Reputation Economy just yet. It's still coming, just slower than I expected :) This could be a harbinger.

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2015-07-21 20:52:25 (8 comments; 2 reshares; 20 +1s)Open 

Internal Monologue of a #Trump Supporter

"I'm an a-hole and I think I would like an a-hole President. You know, someone that just says shit and never backs down, even when they are wrong. Screw diplomacy. F#ck strategy. Shove the rules up your @ss. Let's make America great again by closing the borders, putting anyone that doesn't look like us back in their place, and bombing our enemies back to the stone age."

Based on my interactions with and research of Trump supporters using G+ and Facebook profiles.  Of course, these may be the loudest, angriest ones, and so may not be representative of all Trump supporters. But I wouldn't count on it. 

#NS 

Internal Monologue of a #Trump Supporter

"I'm an a-hole and I think I would like an a-hole President. You know, someone that just says shit and never backs down, even when they are wrong. Screw diplomacy. F#ck strategy. Shove the rules up your @ss. Let's make America great again by closing the borders, putting anyone that doesn't look like us back in their place, and bombing our enemies back to the stone age."

Based on my interactions with and research of Trump supporters using G+ and Facebook profiles.  Of course, these may be the loudest, angriest ones, and so may not be representative of all Trump supporters. But I wouldn't count on it. 

#NS ___

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2015-07-21 18:50:28 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

I like this one :)

I like this one :)___

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2015-07-21 11:15:50 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Need a marketing job?

The Inbound Marketing Economy___Need a marketing job?

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2015-07-19 15:20:08 (13 comments; 0 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

If independent contractors could earn benefits by the hour... Brilliant solution.

If independent contractors could earn benefits by the hour... Brilliant solution.___

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