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Business Guide To the Wonderful World of Facebook
To enlarge image: http://i.imgur.com/CvCSXa0.jpg

Did you know, 645 Million views and 13 million comments made on Facebook business pages, and approximately 70 percent of monthly users in the US and Canada are connected to a local business on Facebook.

With over 1.2 Billion active users worldwide, Facebook is an ideal social media for small business owners to promote themselves and compete on an equal playing field as huge international brands.

Facebook can be an effective way of marketing your business, but if you're new to the game it can be a little overwhelming. Here's an infographic from +Render Positive proposing some tips on how to use Facebook for business.

Pin it for later: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/381539399654091735

Sources: visual.ly/business-guide-facebook & renderpositive.com

#facebookmarketing #facebooktips #socialmedia #infographic  
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Journalist/astronomer/blogger Jan Hatterman kindly allowed us to include this image of the lunar eclipse in our 'week in images' feature. We've published a day earlier than usual this week as tomorrow is a holiday for us. Happy Easter everyone!

Our week in images 14-18 April:
http://www.esa.int/Highlights/Week_In_Images_14_18_April_2014
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Waterton Lake Eclispe
Image Credit & Copyright: Yuichi Takasaka / TWAN / www.blue-moon.ca
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140417.html

Recorded on April 15th, this total lunar eclipse sequence looks south down icy Waterton Lake from the Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada, planet Earth. The most distant horizon includes peaks in Glacier National Park, USA. An exposure every 10 minutes captured the Moon's position and eclipse phase, as it arced, left to right, above the rugged skyline and Waterton town lights. In fact, the sequence effectively measures the roughly 80 minute duration of the total phase of the eclipse. Around 270 BC, the Greek astronomer Aristarchus also measured the duration of lunar eclipses - though probably without the benefit of digital clocks and cameras. Still, using geometry, he devised a simple and impressively accurate way to calculate the Moon's distance, in terms of the radius of planet Earth, from the eclipse duration. This modern eclipse sequence also tracks the successive positions of Mars, above and right of the Moon, bright star Spica next to the reddened lunar disk, and Saturn to the left and below.
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Time for Bed

Hey, this guy does it the exact same way I do. I wear shorts though.

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Meteor shower over Pikes Peak, Colorado
I would love to see that up close, amazing #naturephotography   #naturephotos  
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Household Hacks: Cleaning Tips and Tricks To Save You Money, Time, and Energy When Cleaning Your House : http://amzn.to/1mRz0zD
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IC 4603 - The Turbulent Heart of the Scorpion

Link to large image: http://goo.gl/Cg2OXH

This image shows the core region of the Rho Ophiuchi Complex, centred around the prominent blue reflection nebula IC 4603. This is one of the nearest star forming regions and the intricacies of the dense interstellar dust clouds in the area provide a spectacular display of light and shade; the contrasting hues making this one of the most dramatic and colourful patches of the entire night sky.

Even the brightest parts of this dusty nebulousity is barely noticeable when viewed through large amateur telescopes. This deep exposure brings out the full splendour of the scene and shows the delicately swirling clouds like an expressionist painting on a giant interstellar canvas. 

The bright star is 7.9 magnitude SAO184376 which is the main source of light for the blue reflection nebula. The contrasting red areas are primarily illuminated by the red supergiant star Antares, which lies just outside the field of view. 
Antares has been referred to as the heart of the scorpion since antiquity, and we now know that it is one of the largest stars in existence.

The dense nebulousity blocks the usual sprawling star fields that are normally seen near the galactic plane. Instead the area is littered with dim reddish stars, which are typically very young T Tauri stars. Such stars are among the youngest visible stars with masses comparable to our Sun. Because they have only recently condensed out of the surrounding molecular clouds their core temperatures are not yet high enough for hydrogen fusion. Instead they are powered by heat released from gravitational contraction, which lasts until the star reaches a density where the fusion process ignites. For these stars this initial stage of stellar evolution takes approximately 100 million years. The process is typically much faster for blue giant stars which evolve and burn their hydrogen at a furious pace before exploding as brilliant supernovae. 

Image details:
Date: 6th, 7th, 10th, 27th, 28th, 31st March and 4th, 6th April 2014
Telescope: Homebuilt 12.5" f/4 Serrurier Truss Newtonian
Exposure: LRGB 755:80:75:75 mins, total 16hrs 25mins @ -25C 
Camera: QSI 683wsg with Lodestar guider 
Filters: Astrodon LRGB E-Series Gen 2 
Taken from my observatory in Auckland, New Zealand
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Aspiring science fiction self-published author.
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Accidental vegetarian, accidentally living in Ireland, accidentally involved in self-publishing. Anyone would say that my life is quite an accident. An accident in the making.

By accident I decided to write and publish a novel, my first. Right now I'm in the process of finishing and self-publishing and hoping for the best.


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    Business Administration, 1999
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