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The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway - Get Inspired with this Light and Powerful Touchscreen Chromebook
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Rand's answer for anyone who questions SEOs when we make recommendations on the client's social media, PR, content development, advertising, UX design, and more.
What does good SEO really mean these days? Rand takes us beyond crawlability and content quality for a peek inside the art and science of the practice.
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+Bryant Crock Keep fighting the good fight! SEO is everywhere.

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For those of you who have asked what the maximum capacity of microSD cards these players can work with is, a little bit of Google searching might just do the trick. That said, I've seen it documented in places that they'll only accept 16GB cards, while others claim they're using 32GB cards without problems. As for my own experience, I've used 8GB and 16GB versions on both of these players with no problems. As always, expect a longer boot up time the bigger the card you're using.
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There is no actual limitation on the size of the card you are using. I'm using 64GB card with the stock software with no problems. The only thing you need to consider while buying a memory card is formatting. You will need SDHC type.

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Upgrade to Todoist 2.0? Check.
Get stuff done? Check.
Take a break from doing stuff? Check.
(Maybe they should call this ToDidist.)
The new Todoist for Android smartphones and tablets has to be seen to be believed.
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This might be the best SEO-related article I've read in 2013. Worth a read for anyone responsible for, or influential upon, a website's marketing and ranking success. http://moz.com/blog/seo-satisfaction
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Just posted this on the official google blog:

Sergey and I first heard about Android back in 2004, when Andy Rubin came to visit us at Google. He believed that aligning standards around an open-source operating system would drive innovation across the mobile industry. Most people thought he was nuts. But his insight immediately struck a chord because at the time it was extremely painful developing services for mobile devices. We had a closet full of more than 100 phones and were building our software pretty much device by device. It was nearly impossible for us to make truly great mobile experiences. 

Fast forward to today. The pace of innovation has never been greater, and Android is the most used mobile operating system in the world: we have a global partnership of over 60 manufacturers; more than 750 million devices have been activated globally; and 25 billion apps have now been downloaded from Google Play. Pretty extraordinary progress for a decade’s work. Having exceeded even the crazy ambitious goals we dreamed of for Android—and with a really strong leadership team in place—Andy’s decided it’s time to hand over the reins and start a new chapter at Google. Andy, more moonshots please!

Going forward, Sundar Pichai will lead Android, in addition to his existing work with Chrome and Apps. Sundar has a talent for creating products that are technically excellent yet easy to use—and he loves a big bet. Take Chrome, for example. In 2008, people asked whether the world really needed another browser. Today Chrome has hundreds of millions of happy users and is growing fast thanks to its speed, simplicity and security. So while Andy’s a really hard act to follow, I know Sundar will do a tremendous job doubling down on Android as we work to push the ecosystem forward. 

Today we’re living in a new computing environment. People are really excited about technology and spending a lot of money on devices. This is driving faster adoption than we have ever seen before. The Nexus program—developed in conjunction with our partners Asus, HTC, LG and Samsung—has become a beacon of innovation for the industry, and services such as Google Now have the potential to really improve your life. We’re getting closer to a world where technology takes care of the hard work—discovery, organization, communication—so that you can get on with what makes you happiest… living and loving. It’s an exciting time to be at Google. 
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The agency I work for, DKY, is hiring an Account Executive with experience in the Agriculture industry. I love working here, and you might too. Let me know if you're interested, or share this with someone you know who could be a good fit. http://dkyinc.com/blog/know_a_great_ae_dky_is_hiring
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For those who have asked (and those who haven't), both of these players remember where you left off in your playlist when you power them back up again. This is a big reason I like these players for every day, and occasional, use. I've reviewed Sony MP3 players elsewhere, and they have a lot of superior qualities. But the newer ones don't offer this feature like the Sansas do. Hope this helps.   -Tim
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The #Drupal community is every bit as cool as the rumors had it. My first day at the 2013 Twin Cities Drupal Camp was memorable and hugely useful. Ready to start again bright and early tomorrow. If you're there, join me at 10:30 am to talk SEO.
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I'm excited to be presenting a session at this year's Drupal Camp at the University of St. Thomas (Drupal & SEO: What Matters Most) with Adam Erickson. Looking forward to sharing, learning, and meeting more of the #Drupal community!
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Sounds like a different Adam. And we'll just be one of many presentations
over two days. But, you're right; it should be sweet!

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Nap rooms for workers on rise

Some employees find a 20-minute nap during the day boosts their productivity.

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