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Christopher Skyi
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Medical Writer, Technical SEO/Marketing Data Analytic Specialist at Bernstein Medical and Shizuka NY
Medical Writer, Technical SEO/Marketing Data Analytic Specialist at Bernstein Medical and Shizuka NY

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The Data Scientist’s Toolbox
Grade Achieved: 100.0%
Completed With Distinction by Christopher Skyi on May 31, 2015

Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health
Jeff Leek, PhD, Roger D. Peng, PhD & Brian Caffo, PhD

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Any chance this could be streamed via the web?

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I still haven't found a good argument for making non-eCommerce websites HTTPS. I help run a site that collects user information in order to contact potential customers and to send them information about products and services, but ... why do we really need HTTPS? The "it is now a ranking signal" is not impressing the site owners . . .

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NEED HELP - CAN'T EDIT A VERIFIED LOCAL GOOGLE+ PAGE POSTS OR HASHTAGS

Just to be clear, I have a Verified local Google+ Page (https://support.google.com/plus/answer/2659170?hl=en). I can't edit any posts on that page or remove a related hashtags

Specifically I'm creating posts on a local Google+ Page and I've unchecked the "Add related hashtags from Google on my newly created posts" box on my settings page, but I'm still seeing related hashtags AND I can not delete them. Nor can I edit or delete any G+LOCAL posts. I don't have this problem with G+BUSINESS and G+PERSONAL. Is this forum the best place to get help?

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Hi, I'm creating posts on a G+LOCAL profile and I've unchecked the "Add related hashtags from Google on my newly created posts" box on my settings page, but I'm still seeing related hashtags AND I can not delete them. Is this a bug? 

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Fascinating development in fully automating the FUE procedure +Robert M. Bernstein +Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration 
Dr. Bernstein In The News: 

ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration System Comes One Step Closer to Fully Automating Hair Transplants

Will the hair transplant of the future be performed by a robot? Coalition hair transplant surgeon Dr. Robert Bernstein of New York recently introduced new advances to the ARTAS Robotic System that bring fully automated surgical hair restoration one step closer to reality.

“This development is a crucial step towards a robotic system that can perform every aspect of a hair transplant. A great deal of credit goes to the engineers of Restoration Robotics who have worked to make automated recipient site creation a reality. I am proud that this work not only improves hair transplants for patients, but adds to the increasingly important trend of using robotic technology in medicine.”

To read more, see:  http://bit.ly/gpp-site-creation
More News: http://bit.ly/gpp-news 
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In Millennium Paper: A History of Dermatologic Surgery in the United States,” published in Dermatologic Surgery, Dr. Bernstein was cited as being one of the three physicians to have played a leading role in Hair Transplantation in the 1980’s and 1990’s. Dr. Bernstein continues to innovate in this decade with his pioneering work in FUE and robotic hair transplants.  
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Do you suffer from hair loss or have a question? Please visit our Physician Consultation page: http://bit.ly/gpp-consultation

Can’t visit our hair restoration facility in New York City? Use our photo consultation service: http://bit.ly/gpp-photo-consultation
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Quick question: I have videos on my site, self hosted, and (after they're indexed) we also put them on youtube and we're now thinking of putting them on Vimeo. The potential issue is page titles and meta descriptions, and it's obviously duplicate content (i.e., video). What's the best way to handle this SEO wise and/or what the advantages and disadvantages of having the same video (with the same or conceptually similar meta data) on different sites? 

Quick question: I have videos on my site, self hosted, and (after they're indexed) we also put them on youtube and we're now thinking of putting them on Vimeo. The potential issue is page titles and meta descriptions, and it's obviously duplicate content (i.e., video). What's the best way to handle this SEO wise and/or what the advantages and disadvantages of having the same video (with the same or conceptually similar meta data) on different sites? 
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