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Jaana Nyström
Social Media coach and Entrepreneur.
Social Media coach and Entrepreneur.


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Now this is nice!

The AI is getting better at face recognition. I'm glad that this is rolling out for "most" countries... Let's hope Finland is one of them.

Cheers +Peggy K 😊

#GooglePhotos #AI
Google Photos now recognizes your cat or dog!

When you want to look back on old photos of Oliver as a puppy or Mr. Whiskers as a kitten, you no longer need to type “dog” or “cat” into search in Google Photos. Rolling out in most countries today, you’ll be able to see photos of the cats and dogs now grouped alongside people, and you can label them by name, search to quickly find photos of them, or even better, photos of you and them. This makes it even easier to create albums, movies, or even a photo book of your pet.

* You can search by breed to see photos of your Poodle or Maine Coon

* You can search using emojis 🐈🐶

* An automatic "pawsome" movie may be created if your pet, like this:

Get all the furry details from +Google Photos
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Interesting stuff from +Peggy K !
New this week: YouTube Creators Hub, WordPress+Google, Android Video Calling

This week there were a few nice updates for Creators:

* The YouTube Creators Hub got a makeover, and has launched a series of Master Class videos

* YouTube has expanded their “harmful and dangerous content” policy to prohibit videos “that demonstrate how to convert firearms to make them fire more quickly”. Some in the firearms community aren’t happy with the change

* If you use WordPress for your blog or website, you can now easily insert Google Photos images and the new VCP Events Plugin lets you easily embed YouTube live streams + Google+ comments on your site.

*Google is making video calling from the Phone, Contacts, and Messages apps easier on Android phones. If your carrier supports ViLTE (e.g. T-Mobile), no app is required, otherwise you will need to install Google Duo.

* Local Guides are getting new badges on Google Maps

* Medium has opened its Partner Program to everyone. They call it “the internet’s first open paywall”. You can make your articles members-only. Non-members can access 3 member-only stories per month with a free Medium account.

There are also tips and updates for YouTube, Google+, webmasters, bloggers, business owners, movie watchers and much more.

Get all this week’s updates and tips

17 October: Google Webmaster Central Office Hours Hangout

19 October: Google Partners Academy on Air: User Acquisition: Maximizing apps via web

20 October: Google Webmaster Central Office Hours Hangout

Image: Detail from Autumnal Sunset on the Russian River (California) (1878) by William Keith (Public Domain),_1878.jpg
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Happy #Caturday! 😅

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This is good! 😁 👍

A country that doesn't have fake news?

Amy Hoggart traveled to the mythical Finland to see if it really exists.

#Finland #FakeNews #USA #Russia #Trolls
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It's wintertime in Finland!

#Culture #Finland #FinlandInYourStream #History
Saturday is the first day of the year’s winter half.

The traditional Finnish calendar follows the Nordic division of the year, which separates the year into winter and summer halves. The center point of the winter half is around Heikki’s Day in January and the center point of summer is in mid-July. The year is, thus, divided into four parts.

October 14, or ‘Winter Day’, starts the winter. In traditional wooden calendar rods the day is symbolised by a leafless tree, the sign of winter’s first day. The winter ends on April 14, called ‘Summer Day’.

The nights on October 13, 14 and 15 were called winter nights. They are contrasted by three summer nights in mid-April. Winter nights are symbolised in Finnish calendar rods with three strokes.

Around Winter Day, the earth begins to freeze and people’s attention is turned from local fields to the yard and house. On the other hand, this is the season for hunting and working in the forests. Curiously, people in Häme predicted the coming winter’s weather from a pig’s spleen on Winter Day.

#taivaannaula #folklore #folkreligion #finnougric #finland #runecalendar #RunicCalendar #winter #autumn #nordic #finlandhistory #finlandnature #trees #leafless
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Camouflage in the Seas

This baby sea cucumber tries to look like a poisonous sea snail to thwart off predators...

Not a Nudibranch.

My photo. 😊

#UWphotography #Scuba #Diving #Nature #Oceans #RedSea
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This is something no-one outside the U.S. gets?

At the moment more Americans have been killed by domestic gun violence than wars... Since 1968.


What is so hard about making gun-restiction decisions?
Can you explain, please.
Just saying 2nd amendment is not enough.

Why do you need all these guns? Why is it okay so many people are being killed?

Why don't you like French cheese?

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A stand-up desk

I just bought an electric desk:
Been sitting too much.

As I work on a computer all day and all week, I needed a change.

Now I have loads of possibilities depending if the desk is up or down. Different chairs or even a gym ball. 😊

These photos are all when the desk is up:

#Work #Entrepreneur #HomeOffice #Someuttaja #Health #Office

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What Your Choice of Browser Says About You as an Employee

"There was a time when the browser you used was nothing more than a matter of taste or subtle self-expression. Safari was for Apple purists, Chrome for the fleet of foot, Firefox for the universally compatible, and Internet Explorer for the masochistic.

But in the end, they all ended up doing more or less the same thing, just with marginally different visual styles and at marginally different speeds..."

Learn more:

#Tech #Browser #Employee
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