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This video is biased.  Showing people who are all against this.  Even countries like the USA have separation between CHURCH AND STATE.  Hey, when I go to a bank for a loan, I want to see the face of who I am talking to because there are cues that faces provide human relations.  If I want to know if someone is lying to me, I need to see their face to see if they are trustworthy.  Lets say I am Palestinian, living in Quebec and I go to the hospital.  That day there is a suicide bombing in Israel and the doctor treating me has a Jewish cap on, it might create unneeded tension.  Nobody is telling them you can't do whatever you want at home or out in the open.  When you work for an institution, your freedom of speech isn't the priority of the institution, its the stated goal of the institution.  People need to get over their personal anchors.  Nobody is oppressing anybody.  I've been to private school and I've worked for private companies.

When you work on a construction site, you wear safety equipment, and if you aren't down with that, then don't work.  If I create a religion tomorrow that says I have to tattoo a big penis on my forehead because thats part of the religious doctrine, do you think this should be allowed because someone states its part of their religion.  Although I'm not against the legalization of pot, if someone who is rastafarian believes smoking weed is part of their religion, should they smoke weed while doing their job?  What about if I am Native American and I find tobacco to be very central to my culture, should I be allowed to smoke my tobacco indoors.  Everyone against this charter needs to learn how to critically think outside the box and stop taking things so personal.  Its not against Muslims, Jews, or anybody.  Its divisive to promote your valors against the utility that your society demands out of you.
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This video is not biased. It's letting people express the truth and their feelings about the facist bill 60. The quebec charter of values is apart of a cultural engineering program designed to relegate visible minorities groups to 2nd class status. It's totalitarian bigotry. So tell us Seb. How does keeping Sikh kids from playing soccer promote separation of church and state?
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Can someone please tell me which album this is on?  I've looked everywhere and I can't find this information.  8-10 years ago I would of told anyone from memory.
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Where do people look when they visit your Google+ profile?

We did an eye-tracking analysis (linked below) of various social networks -- Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and others -- to see the differences.

Google+ is the 3rd and 4th slide in the slideshow. Those images show the following:

-When people first visit your Google+ profile, they look first at the top item in the content column (your latest update). They also spend the most time looking here.

They then look into the left column - your Circles and profile pic. They spend less time looking here.

-Finally, they look at the top of the page - the section with links back to their own home screen, photos, profile etc.

Interesting huh?
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How might the multi-admin feature help your Google+ brand page? What other features are you most looking forward to?
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Buenos días Gatiku :)
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I hate the news.  A bunch of douchebags who claim to know things that we all don't.  The guy who was eating the other guys face was not on anything.  Hes toxicology report came back with being dirty with THC (weed).  He might have been mentally sick, but NO DRUG WILL MAKE YOU EAT SOMEONES FACE OFF.  People do these things, drugs might be a factor, but nothing makes you do [Insert whatever behavior here].  Even the neuroscientist bitch in this video is stupid for making such comments to the media.  Bath salts is not 1 drug, it can be almost any new drug, so good luck trying to pinpoint what exactly we are talking about.
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+Jean-Séb. R. I got news for you little Seb. The world does not give a damn about your introspective on issues. Especially since you are just babling without making a point based on fact. So why don't you stick to what you do best. Picking on visible minority groups with your french cultural superiority. 
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Can someone please tell me which album this is on?  I've looked everywhere and I can't find this information.  8-10 years ago I would of told anyone from memory.
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For those or you who missed me on The Ed Show on TV (or prefer online) here you go..
http://video.msnbc.msn.com/the-ed-show/45485633/#null
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I LOVE Google Analytics.

The old version is going away in January, so you need to get up to speed with the new one if you haven't already. I highly recommend it.

My favorite new feature is the realtime analytics. I didn't even know about the visitor flow diagrams, though -- I guess I didn't explore it enough yet.
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From Wikipedia (good summary): "Google Analytics (GA) is a free service offered by Google that generates detailed statistics about the visitors to a website. The product is aimed at marketers as opposed to webmasters and technologists from which the industry of web analytics originally grew. It is the most widely used website statistics service,[1] currently in use on around 57% of the 10,000 most popular websites.[2] Another market share analysis claims that Google Analytics is used at around 49.95% of the top 1,000,000 websites (as currently ranked by Alexa).[3]
GA can track visitors from all referrers, including search engines, display advertising, pay-per-click networks, e-mail marketing and digital collateral such as links within PDF documents.
Integrated with AdWords, users can review online campaigns by tracking landing page quality and conversions (goals). Goals might include sales, lead generation, viewing a specific page, or downloading a particular file. These can also be monetized. By using GA, marketers can determine which ads are performing, and which are not, providing the information to optimise or cull campaigns."

I haven't used it yet but I can see the use in it, depending on what projects someone has going on. In this tough economy, I feel learning about anything that could eventually give me an edge is key. Hope all is well buddy :)
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This is truly a great video from Google.

I'm pretty excited to see where search goes next. Here's my guesses:

-Push: Don't think of search as a "pull" action where you fill in a search box, but as the ability for information to find you before you know you want it.

-Recommendations: Following from the above, your phone will know what you want before you do based on both the personal data you've shared and your location.

-Social: Clearly the social graph increases relevancy dramatically. Search results will continue to become more personalized based on the activity and interests of your friends. This is why Google+ is so key to Google's continuing success in search.

What else is changing in search?
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