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To Attract New Listeners, Podcasts Need to Move Beyond Sound | WIRED

Mon, 01/11/2016 - 15:51 -- rprice

The Next Step: Social Audio Serial and Pandora and WNYC are testing the waters of increased access and multimedia in podcasts, but other big players will dive in soon. Google Play plans to release its own podcast app sometime this spring, which will erase a roadblock for the world’s billion-plus Android users.

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To Attract New Listeners, Podcasts Need to Move Beyond Sound | WIRED

Mon, 01/11/2016 - 15:51 -- rprice

The Next Step: Social Audio Serial and Pandora and WNYC are testing the waters of increased access and multimedia in podcasts, but other big players will dive in soon. Google Play plans to release its own podcast app sometime this spring, which will erase a roadblock for the world’s billion-plus Android users.

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To Attract New Listeners, Podcasts Need to Move Beyond Sound | WIRED

Mon, 01/11/2016 - 15:51 -- rprice

The Next Step: Social Audio Serial and Pandora and WNYC are testing the waters of increased access and multimedia in podcasts, but other big players will dive in soon. Google Play plans to release its own podcast app sometime this spring, which will erase a roadblock for the world’s billion-plus Android users.

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MozCon 2015 Recap, Part 2: Remarketing, Communities, and Analytics | Lullabot

Mon, 08/17/2015 - 11:18 -- rprice

at least 18% of what gets labeled as “direct traffic” is not actually direct traffic. That’s just the bucket analytics providers throw stuff into when they can’t classify it any other way. How do they know this? By looking closer at some of this so-called “direct traffic.” A lot of the pages had URLs three levels deep. Did someone really type that URL in by hand? They most likely were sent from somewhere.

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MozCon 2015 Recap, Part 2: Remarketing, Communities, and Analytics | Lullabot

Mon, 08/17/2015 - 11:18 -- rprice

at least 18% of what gets labeled as “direct traffic” is not actually direct traffic. That’s just the bucket analytics providers throw stuff into when they can’t classify it any other way. How do they know this? By looking closer at some of this so-called “direct traffic.” A lot of the pages had URLs three levels deep. Did someone really type that URL in by hand? They most likely were sent from somewhere.

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Publishing Drupal 7 Content to Social Media: Part 2

Mon, 12/15/2014 - 15:04 -- rprice

The main event should occur when saving a new piece of content. You will then create at least 3 actions. This first will be to create a new Facebook publication entity. The second populates the entity with some value from your content type (like a link or text summary). The last publishes it. You can see below for my settings, although for a more in depth look I suggest you look at this video which walks through everything in more detail.

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The Daily Dot - This is an actual academic paper about tracking time travelers online

Wed, 01/22/2014 - 14:27 -- rprice

In addition to looking for evidence of time travelers online, the researchers also reached out to any potential time travelers directly by writing a post on an online message board asking people from the future to tweet using one of two pre-specified hashtags before a certain date that had already occurred. The hashtags (#ICanChangeThePast2 and #ICannotChangeThePast2) were aimed at letting time travelers tell the researchers about the nature of time travel and whether actions taken while traveling in the past can change events in the future.

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