Monthly Archives: March 2014

Most popular spring-break beaches by Facebook check-ins

See on Scoop.it – Location Is Everywhere Facebook can help you avoid a fateful vacation mistake. Luigi Cappel‘s insight: What it comes down to with location is asking the right questions. I don’t know the percentage of people that check … Continue reading

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Spring-Clean Your Blog in Five Easy Steps — Blog — WordPress.com

See on Scoop.it – Creating Great Blogs If any post has a total of more than fifteen tags and categories, remove several of those — exceeding that number makes your posts invisible in the WordPress.com Reader. If posts about similar … Continue reading

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Cloak social networking app wants to help you avoid your ‘friends’ – The Guardian

See on Scoop.it – Location Is Everywhere The Guardian Cloak social networking app wants to help you avoid your ‘friends’ The Guardian Initially, it uses data from Foursquare and Instagram to pinpoint the location of your contacts based on their … Continue reading

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What we’re reading: Delta carried most passengers, most expensive airport parking, travel apps still new technology

See on Scoop.it – Location Is Everywhere Which airline carried the most passengers last year? Delta Air Lines carried the most passengers on both international and domestic routes in 2013 according to the Department of Transportation. Luigi Cappel‘s insight: One … Continue reading

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Publishers map out a new viral tactic – Digiday

See on Scoop.it – Location Is Everywhere Publishers map out a new viral tactic Digiday On Twitter, maps are everywhere –and you certainly don’t need a map to find one. And the primary proliferator of digital maps are publishers. Luigi … Continue reading

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Ten Common Blog Writing Mistakes

See on Scoop.it – Creating Great Blogs This is an infographic on the top 10 common blog writing mistakes. Blogging is a rewarding activity for people who love to write down what they feel, experience or think. See more at: … Continue reading

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Police: iPad’s GPS leads officer to electronics thieves’ door – WHNS Greenville

See on Scoop.it – Location Is Everywhere WYFF Greenville Police: iPad’s GPS leads officer to electronics thieves’ door WHNS Greenville Police said thieves took advantage of several unlocked cars in a Greenville neighborhood, but a GPS locator on an iPad … Continue reading

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O’Farrell government plan to tackle domestic violence offenders through GPS tracking

See on Scoop.it – Location Is Everywhere Domestic violence perpetrators in NSW would be forced to wear tracking devices like those worn by high-risk sex offenders under a plan proposed by the O’Farrell government. Luigi Cappel‘s insight: Reliability is no … Continue reading

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GPS causes trouble for trucks – Lebanon Democrat

See on Scoop.it – Location Is Everywhere Lebanon Democrat GPS causes trouble for trucks Lebanon Democrat GPS problems have caused some issues with trucks attempting to reach the new Starbucks facility just off State Route 840 on Commerce Way in … Continue reading

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Mom’s blog about sick boy spurs outpouring of community support – Buffalo News

See on Scoop.it – Creating Great Blogs Mom’s blog about sick boy spurs outpouring of community support Buffalo News All this can be found in a blog about young Ben Sauer written by his mother, Mindy, and viewed by perhaps … Continue reading

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