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Roland Dunn
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Thanks, v kind
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Blog post by me on Safari Books Online regarding Reusable D3, AttrTween and Transitions http://bit.ly/1avzbLQ . Code at http://bit.ly/156gbwE #d3js Part 2 tomorrow
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A new book I co-authored on the data visualisation framework D3.js is out! More information, including a free chapter is up at http://bleedingedgepress.com/our-books/developing-a-d3-js-edge/, and you can buy it at https://gumroad.com/l/vyYr/$5off (already discounted). It comes with a hefty Git repository and plenty of examples.
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To complement +Roland Dunn's piece in +Marketing Week we've put together a nice little post on simple ways to boost your brand's online profile using creativity and experimentation. Take a look and let us know what you think!  
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Just tried this. Let's see if it works!
Google announces support for company logos to appear in search results. But it's not tied to Google+ as with authorship, so it's not really a form of "publishership."
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Hup, I'm in Marketing Week this week. Do have a look if you have a moment.
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We're in Marketing Week magazine this month! If you're in the UK, get yourself down to the newsagent to get yourself a copy to see it in all it's glorious paperiness and find out +Roland Dunn 's viewpoint on content marketing.  Or alternatively, take a look at this link:
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The number of visits to websites from phones and tablets is growing enormously year on year - is your site up to the mobile challenge? We take a look at some of the factors you need to consider. What are the design challenges? Are tablets are separate class of device? Take a look and let us know what you think!
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