Business Insider Facebook Will Launch A News Reader At June 20th Press Event TechCrunch The upcoming death of Google Reader and the addition of hashtags signal Facebook will likely launch a news reader at the June 20th press event it’s just sent…
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Con una interfaccia leggera, semplice e pulita, lettura e scrittura risulteranno fluide sia in posizione verticale che orizzontale. Con un semplice gesto puoi espandere il testo a schermo intero e focalizzarti solo sul testo.
Durante la scrittura puoi rimanere concentrato tranquillamente solo sul testo. Il controllo ortografico e l’autocorrettore consentono una rapida correzione del testo.
Non devi più lavorare con la paura di perdere tutto il lavoro . I testi sono salvati sempre, in automatico.
In the last 24 hours, sales of the ‘big brother’ book 1984 on Amazon.com have soared by almost 7000% as the reality of the surveillance state come to the public’s attention. As Liberty Blitzkrieg’s Mike Krieger notes, we suppose it makes sense that people would want to get up to speed on the dystopian world being constructed rapidly and secretly around them. 1984 is now the 4th fastest rising sales book and 184th most popular on Amazon!
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The real story in the NSA scandal is the collapse of journalism ZDNet The primary author of the story, Barton Gellman, is a Pulitzer Prize winner, and the Washington Post has a history in investigative journalism that goes back to Watergate and All…
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“… community manager Meghan Peters discussed how social networks are evolving their content strategies, with Jessica Bennett, editorial director at Tumblr, and Daniel Roth, executive editor at LinkedIn.
“Both editors come from traditional journalism backgrounds. Bennett was formerly an editor at Newsweek, and Roth worked at Fortune. Bennett said that Tumblr’s traffic is three times that of The New York Times and CNN. There are more than 80 million blogs and 170 million users, more than 50% of whom are under 30.”
(Published Dec. 4, 2012.)
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