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Troy Hunt10/01/14
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What the !@*# Were They Thinking?! Crazy Website Biases Exposed By Naughty Words Lists

I’ve long held the view that passwords should consist of as many crazy things as the owner deems fit. If I want to create a password that looks like a dog just ate the keyboard and threw up all the keys, then good for me.

Luca Garulli09/30/14
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OrientDB, the 2nd generation GraphDB, reaches 2.0-M2

After only 11 days, the new Second Milestone is available. We fixed many issues reported in M1 and we supported some new features we are sure you’ll appreciate: 40 issues in total. Please help us to test OrientDB 2.0-M2 so that we can release a stable...

Baruch Sadogursky09/30/14
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JFrog Brings First Distribution as a Service (DaaS) to the Enterprise with Bintray Premium

JFrog, a software build and distribution company, announced today the launch of Bintray Premium, the commercial version of its wildly popular software distribution platform—previously available only for open source software. JFrog is the only vendor to...

Steve Farnsworth09/30/14
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Creating The Perfect Content Marketing Dashboard

The dashboard. It’s something we’re used to seeing, whether as a casual blogger or a marketer at a midsized organization.

Adi Gaskell09/30/14
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What impact does being watched have on our behaviours?

There was a study published a few years ago that looked at ethics, and ethical behaviour at work. It came to the conclusion that the mere perception of being watched can prompt us to behave in a more ethical manner.

Comindware Inc.09/30/14
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Business Process Improvement: Putting Individuals at the Core

The more complex the process, the lesser the chances of achieving high-performing results, as individual efficiency is inversely proportional to process complexity.

Adi Gaskell09/30/14
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Using social networks to disseminate science and innovation

The past few years have seen a number of attempts instigated to try and uncover scientific discoveries that are largely being unused, and to disseminate them to people who can make use of them.

Michael Brenner09/30/14
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The 3 Factors That Drive Content Marketing Success

People ask me all the time how I find time to write and share. I have already shared some of my top tips in the above links and this older one.

Kevin Daly09/30/14
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Don't fall in love with your own code!

Don't fall into the trap of falling in love with your own code.

Nilanchala Panigrahy09/30/14
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Android Third Party Libraries and SDK's

Below are some of the popular android third party libraries. Over past few years, the age of mobile development become an fiercely-competitive world of serious money making business.

Adi Gaskell09/29/14
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Paper outlines the rise in collaborative crowdteaching

The open source software movement has long utilized and promoted the open sharing of content and ideas. Developers would be encouraged both to share the work they’ve created, and of course to build on the work of others, thus creating a much more collective intelligence amongst the community.

Daniela Castrataro09/29/14
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Monitor, Respond, Update – Components of A Good Crowdfunding Campaign 5

In our continuing series of advisory blogs on how to run a good Crowdfunding campaign we address three key activities in any campaign – Monitoring, Responding and Updating

Adi Gaskell09/29/14
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Paper explores citizen science in a world of open healthcare data

There is a growing sense that opening up patient data, both to patients themselves and to researchers is a good thing, and the web has enabled various public and private data sharing initiatives.

Hearsay Social09/29/14
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Financial social business needs content marketing

Content is the fuel for social business. If you’re not sharing high-quality, relevant content on social media, then you’re not providing your audience with real value.

Adi Gaskell09/28/14
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NASA launch new crowdsourcing hub

NASA have undoubtedly been one of the more enthusiastic adopters of the various means by which an organization can tap into the crowd for insights and ideas. For instance, their CosmoQuest website sees the public join with professionals to try and spot craters on the moon from amongst photos taken by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Interact Intran...09/28/14
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Would you like a sneaky peek of other company intranets?

Intranets by their very nature are internal assets with only company employees having the credentials to access them, so when researching intranets to find out the good, the bad and the ugly you won’t find much to look at in the external world.

Uri Shamay09/27/14
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Java.IL - the Israeli Java Community and user group IS HERE!

Java.IL is a consolidation of the three leading Java groups in Israel: JJTV, הבוציה and IL JUG, with the aim of creating a unified, vibrant community. Follow us:http://www.meetup.com/javail/

Adi Gaskell09/27/14
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Does collaboration increase motivation?

Employee engagement is at pretty perilous levels around the world, with a Gallup study earlier this year revealing that just 13% of employees are actually engaged in their work. It’s pretty awful, and since the publication of the data there have been numerous attempts to assess how that situation could improve.

Hearsay Social09/27/14
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3 ways advisors can use social media content to connect with clients

Sharing compelling content is the most effective way to engage an audience on social. The challenge is that there is an endless supply of material coming from every possible direction. At a certain point, it all just starts to sound like noise.

Adi Gaskell09/27/14
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Age related differences in employee motivation

I’ve written before about the important role self-control plays in workplace cultures, and especially in minimizing the prospect of an abusive environment emerging. A new study suggests that this key skill may be something that older workers tend to have in abundance.