Thanks for sharing Martin and thanks for resharing
Thanks for sharing Martin and thanks for resharing
"Who knows if we'll see it again, but Kentucky unleashed hell Friday night and it was something to see." Column - http://cbsprt.co/1d3QIr3
Always enjoy reading 's take on college basketball and sports in general.
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I remember seeing a Bald Eagle in "the wild" for the first time in 1990 on Lake Erie. Being an avid bird watcher from a young age it was a big deal to me then. With so many stories of animals endangered, loss of habitat, etc, it's refreshing to read about the Bald Eagle's comeback.
Although native to the region, bald eagles were not a common sight for most of the 1900s in the Tri-State and the nation. Due to loss of habitat, shooting and pesticide toxins, the birds were threatened to extinction in the 1960s. In 1979, Ohio hit its low point with only four nesting pairs of bald eagles in the state. Tuesday, dozens of bald eagle pairs are thriving in the Tri-State, thanks to cleaner water and respect for their habitat. One of those pairs took up residence more than five years ago along the Great Miami River in Harrison. Read more: http://www.wlwt.com/news/bald-eagle-numbers-soaring-in-tristate/24923666#ixzz2vo6o8hel
Photo Credit: Yathin S Krishnappa
Cool story in by about Golden Eagles wintering just south of Louisville in Bernheim Forest (and throughout the Appalachian Mountains/Foothills). I had no idea they did such...Nice to read that Golden Eagle numbers look to be on the rise and/or are higher than originally thought.
Like its cousin the bald eagle, the much rarer golden eagle is making a comeback in Kentucky, where at least 15 are now spending their winters... Read Full Story: http://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/2014/02/28/rare-golden-eagles-find-winter-home-in-bernheim-across-kentucky/5899989/
Where To Find Golden Eagles In Kentucky:
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Déjà vu , (/ˌdeɪʒɑː ˈvuː/) from French, literally "already seen", is the phenomenon of having the strong sensation that an event or experience currently being experienced has been experienced in the past...
Aaron Harrison, freshman gaurd for University of Kentucky, hits contested 3 point basket to seal UK's win over Wisconsin in the 2014 Final 4.
Kentucky Advances to Championship Game for the 2nd time in 3 years.
Original Photo Credit: Bob Donnan (USA Today Sports), edited by in picasa
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Since Google+ started rolling out a change to how some link images are displayed on late Thursday (US time), many have been speculating what triggers these larger images for link posts. (If you haven't noticed, for many posts now that are sharing an embedded link to an external web page, the old small thumbnail has been replaced by a full column-width image from the shared post, with the post title and site name underneath.)
We've been watching various conversations on what triggers these images. There is still not absolute consensus, but here are some factors several people say they've turned up via extensive testing:
1. It seems to help greatly if the web page being shared has an Open Graph (OG) tag with content type set to article. See http://goo.gl/0tmpxc by (confirmed in tests by )
1a. According to : people can also or alternately mark it up with schema.org microdata. See https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/176035?hl=en&ref_topic=1088472 and https://developers.google.com/+/web/snippet/ for more about this, including a tool to help you configure it.
2. The shared web page should have at least one image that is a minimum of 506 px wide (reported by ).
3. noticed that all the visible links in these new link shares are marked no-follow. But he also discovered that there is a hidden link in the embed that does not have a no-follow attribute. Yesterday he asked Google's in a Webmaster Central Hangout about the meaning of this. You can read Joshua's report on John's answer at http://goo.gl/4TeopL
4. STC's and friend discussed the implications of these new link share image posts for marketers and influencers in a 30-minute video at http://goo.gl/X8sm6H
We want to stress that these are preliminary findings. More may be discovered about this new feature in the days ahead. We'll update you as we come across new, verified information.
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