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Everyone is talking about DDoS. Want to be the wise one who really knows what it is all about? #DDos #Hacked #Hacker
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Did you know that you could also use your own words to start exploring with webSquiz Omni?
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How to find what you did not even know you wanted? http://linkd.in/1L2JHwr 
In the prequels to this article, ‘Why web services need to profile you and why everybody loses’ and ‘You don’t know what you don’t know: can we live without personalization?’, we talked about why personalization is important both for the businesses and the users, we introduced the concept of content Horizon and why it can be a problem, and we explained why today’s personalization technologies create that Horizon by their very nature. But does it ...
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Google tries to figure out what you want when you search for something, sometimes going away from the exact words you typed. For this, it uses Semantic Keyword Association. But it can only guess and many times it is off as you don't even know yourself what you are after exactly, and you certainly don't know how to word it yet. As shown in this article in the 2 method, you can use various tools do figure things out by hand... but it is very tedious and not very reliable.
webSquiz Omni does this for you automatically and guides you to what you want. You are empowered to shape your thoughts as you go, exactly as you want it! If you haven't already, give it a try!

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In the prequel to this article, ‘Why web services need to profile you and why everybody loses’, we talked about why personalization, and thus profiling, was necessary in today’s internet from the perspective of the businesses doing it. We also introduced the concept of Content Horizon defined by what web services know about you. What is inside your Horizon naturally comes to you in feeds and you can easily find it, what is outside is much harder ...
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There has been a total solar eclipse last week. How much do you know about Solar Eclipses?
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We have just released a major upgrade to our backend. When you want to know more about something it is now even easier than before. Our word clouds and suggested documents are crispier and more on topic than ever.

Go check it out, you will automatically get the improvements if you already have our app. If you don't have it yet, go get "Omni for Wikipedia" on the App Store or on Google Play; it is free! Or just visit http://www.webSquiz.com for direct store links.
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How Google guesses what you might want: but do you really know yourself when you start? http://bit.ly/1BqUFUV 
Introduction to semantic search for beginners. Learn what is semantic search and how you can use it in your marketing.
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Very interesting view on Personalization. Note the conclusion: "And that is the trouble with personalization. Finding something new is likely at odds with our old interests — because newness by definition is a break from the past. It’s an interesting lesson for marketers now playing with big data."  http://shar.es/1faMOY
In 2006 Netflix offered a $1 million prize for anyone who could improve its movie preference recommendations by 10%. Netflix, at the time, made most of its money sending DVDs in the mail to users' homes (Internet streaming had yet to take off), and personalization offered two major advantages as ...
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An interesting collection of statements from the industry of personalization/recommendation engines. Note that no one thinks or worries about the side effects of personalization on the ability to think or on serendipity. Instead the concerns are those of value and economics, psychology to make it less creepy, and the amazing technologies behind it all...
 
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Key quotes from NYC Media Lab’s mini-conference on personalization and recommendation technologies
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Hooray! No need to think anymore. Someone will decide for you what is interesting to you! http://bit.ly/1Muli0O
Snapchat Discover may revolutionize how content is consumed on mobile devices.
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Very authentic, simple and to the point... Reasonable prices for the food delivered. The menu is traditional for this kind of bistro and it indeed reminds me of what you find in neighborhood brasseries in Paris.
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reviewed a year ago
Hi quality fusion Vietnamese food. Very enjoyable in a nice decorum. Quiet environment even when the place is busy.
Food: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
A nice little French bistro. Some interesting dishes.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
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reviewed 2 years ago
Remember not to eat at all the day you come. This place is awesome but you will eat too much!
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
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reviewed 2 years ago
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Very refined, ever changing menu. Don't go there for quantity but for originality and quality.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Definitely German! For a moment it felt like we were in Germany, even the menu was in German :) Reminds me of my trips to Germany!
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Great steaks mostly. Ribs are usually good too. You can get a great steak, nicely grilled on a smokey texas BBQ, including salad and garlic bread for a very fair price and fast service. Nothing fancy, just really good food at a good price. A dynamic neighborhood place. Also tried their catering service once for a group of 60, very well organized and really good :)
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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