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Saturday, January 31, 2015

Bing Newsletter: The January Issue




Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2015 05:30:44 -0800
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Friday, January 30, 2015

Use Vertical, Tree Style Tabs in Your Web Browser

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From: "How-To Geek" <newsletter@howtogeek.com>
Date: Jan 30, 2015 10:18 AM
Subject: How (and Why) to Use Vertical, Tree Style Tabs in Your Web Browser
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How-To Geek Newsletter
Did You Know?

If you want to recreate the entire LEGO movie brick for brick, you'd better ready your checkbook: you'll need 15,080,330 LEGO pieces.

Geek Trivia

Which Country Has The Highest Number Of Atomic Element Discoveries To Its Name?
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Today's Tech Term

SOHO

SOHO (an acronym for Small Office/Home Office) refers to a specific environment/segment of business culture. Small businesses and office workers who work from home fall into this category.

What We're Reading from Around the Web

How (and Why) to Use Vertical, Tree Style Tabs in Your Web Browser

There's a dedicated community of browser users who consider a vertical tab bar, or tree-style tabs, to be an essential feature. If you use a large number of browser tabs, this can be a lifesaver.

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Is There an Actual USB Communication Protocol?

Most of us never give much thought to our USB devices, we just plug them in and forget about them. But what if you are the curious type who wants to know more about how USB works? Today's SuperUser Q&A post has the answers to a curious reader's questions.

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How to Use Parental Controls in OS X to Protect Your Kids

Parental controls are great once you set them up and use them. Busy parents get to breathe a bit easier, and as long as they stay on top of things, even basic parental controls such as those found in OS X, should be more than adequate.

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How to Keep Your Minecraft Items When You Die (and Other Clever Tricks)

It happens to even the most cautious explorer: you're far from home, you die, and all your precious loot is left sitting in a pile far, far away. Tired of losing your loot? No problem. Read on as we show you how to make your Minecraft inventory persist after death (along with some other handy game-changing tricks).

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How to Set Up a NAS (Network-Attached Storage) Drive

NAS stands for "Network-Attached Storage." Basically, it's a way to attach a hard drive to your network and make it accessible to all your devices for centralized file-sharing and backups.

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Media Companies - Own Your Social Graph!

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Date: Jan 30, 2015 10:38 AM
Subject: Media Companies - Own Your Social Graph!
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Super Bowl: Investing In Content vs. Super Bowl Ads


The Super Bowl is America's defining pay-to-play advertising event. With more than 100 million expected to tune in, nearly half of them primarily to watch the commercials, advertisers are guaranteed massive exposure and attention. But with mobile now becoming the "primary screen" -- with social networking and communications its killer app -- has the interest in Super Bowl television ads peaked?
(via Rebel Labs)

GigaOm: Leveraging Social Graphs for Re-Engagement


For most publishers, social engagement with readers takes place in a swamp of comments below a post, or is outsourced to social networks like Twitter and Facebook. Learn how RebelMouse helps publishers and media companies put social first while owning their own social graphs.
(via GigaOm)

Time: Building First of Many Social Community Networks



Time Inc. is the latest media company to select RebelMouse as its partner to launch a new generation of social, mobile-first online properties. To learn more about how RebelMouse can be used to power digital publishing and entertainment solutions click here.
(via RebelMouse Blog)

Featured Rebel: The Snug, a home decor site for Generation (DI)Y


Our Featured Rebel for this week is @TheSnugOnline: a new Time Inc property built entirely on RebelMouse, where readers can contribute and become part of the editorially-curated space filled with creative shelter and DIY content.


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