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Jim Jaggers
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I CAN READ IT ! CAN YOU ???
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brilliant, I have one in a ebook I put together which won't cost you anything www.funstufftoread.com
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Interesting ideas by +Silver Smith here: locally-adjacent businesses gathering and combining their efforts to increase the overall local prominence of their street/neighbourhood.
Most local business marketers focus solely upon their company’s web presence and don’t realize that if they shifted a portion of their promotional efforts outward in a less self-centered manner, ...
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Good Q&A session about how Google Places works with the people that really know.
 
Following Up: Google Places Hangout On Air

A big thanks to the Places crew, +Joel Headley and +Vanessa Schneider, and special guest Top Contributor +Jack B. Erhart of +Jax 3D Graphics and Design Paso Robles for teaching us a few things about Google Places for business this week. We answered a few of the most popular questions on the Small Business Blog (questions we addressed during the Hangout too): http://goo.gl/Df6vA

Note that on the YouTube page of the Hangout below, we break down the minutes in the description, in case you want to jump around.

Join us next week — same time, same place (11am PST Wed) — when we discuss how blogging with Blogger can show off your expertise and help you reach new customers.
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Oh boy. Using autocomplete to find users' stereotypes about states.
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TechPresident's New "Politics and the Internet" Timeline

In a blog post announcing their brand new, interactive "Politics and the Internet" timeline, Micah Sifry of techPresident wrote, "It wasn't until 1998 that Mozilla, Google, MoveOn.org and ICANN were all founded; 1999 for the first recorded "cyberwar" between nation states; 2000 that a U.S. presidential candidate raised more than a million dollars after a primary victory; and 2001 that protesters in the Philippines used SMS text messaging to topple the government."

These milestones, which have had a huge impact on politics and civic life, are just a few of those chronicled on techPresident's new timeline. 

Take a look and let us know what you think! Any surprises? 
Technology is changing politics, government and civic life. This timeline shows the accelerating pace of change in the United States, in the international arena, and online. Here are the seminal momen...
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Thanks, from your face you look kind and gentle 
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Great article on the SEO elements available in Google+.
 
+Colan Nielsen - this kinda goes along with the blog you just posted. Very enlightening.
Does your Google+ profile rank incredibly well in Google’s search results for your own name? Colleagues mention that their G+ profile now outranks all other online identities that they’ve worked for y...
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Very knowlegable and insightful. I believe Andrew can untangle just about any Google Local mess.
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