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Links 1 through 10 of 736 by Michel Bauwens tagged P2P-Search

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) awarded $1 million to fund the creation of the infrastructure for the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) last week, and the organization will now turn its focus toward developing a way to search across the many disparate collections involved with the project.

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The team at Philter Phactory, however, argues that while Weavrs are bots, they're not spambots, and can be useful discoverability agents. Despite accusations that they have used Ronson's name for publicity, they created the Weavr in direct response to a video Ronson made about spambots on Twitter as part of his series about "people trying to control the internet", called Esc and Ctrl.

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"Google Now gets you just the right information at just the right time."

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"he owner of a comparison-shopping service has accused Google of unfair practices. The response from Google senior engineer Amit Singhal reiterates the defences that the company routinely offers in these cases, and there is much truth to them — but it should be noted that Google’s own behavior increasingly invites this kind of criticism."

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"mon.ki allows you to discover the people that relate to the information you are looking at. Instead of making you sift through your social networks to identify the people relevant to a given topic, mon.ki acts as your “social compass” by automatically extracting information about the page you are looking at and guiding you to the right people – all in the context of your browser. The private beta currently supports Twitter and can be downloaded from the Google Web Store for your Chrome browser."

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"Something that stood out to me was how science and engineering students typically looked for people (rather than subject headings) during the information gathering stage. The objective was to find researchers working in particular areas and then mine their websites for additional papers. That’s exactly the approach that Scholrly hopes to improve upon."

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"Since Penguin and Panda target two different issues, it’s extremely important to know the exact algorithm update that hit your website. Panda targets low quality content, thin content, duplicate content, etc., while Penguin targets webspam (and at this point it’s heavily targeting unnatural inbound links). "

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"The post is about Google’s latest Penguin update and how SEOs and webmasters need to be better prepared for such updates."

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