How Side Income Changed My Life – Huffington Post


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How Side Income Changed My Life
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I was lucky to have taken this position the same year the office was equipped with satellite internet and a wireless router for adult leaders to come in and check their email in the lounge while not attending to their campers. In those long hours in

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Senate body approves controversial cyber-crime bill – Pakistan Observer

Senate body approves controversial cyber-crime bill
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Under this act, imprisonment of up to seven years can be awarded for funding terrorism or terrorist organisation through internet. The bill was passed by the NA standing committee on IT in 2015, while it was approved by the lower house of the

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Official Rules for #CBS4Sweepstakes: 2-Tickets to Colts Game – WTTV CBS4Indy


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Official Rules for #CBS4Sweepstakes: 2-Tickets to Colts Game
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The computer clock of Sponsor's webmaster is the official timekeeping device of the Sweepstakes. …. malfunctions, or failures of any kind, including but not limited to failed, incomplete, garbled, or delayed transmission of entries, traffic

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SearchCap: AdWords expanded ads, Google Maps UI changes & More

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Office 365 Update Brings Smart New Tools to Word, Outlook, PowerPoint

Word is getting a new researcher feature to make essays a whole lot easier to write.

The researcher tool uses Bing Knowledge Graph to find appropriate content on the Internet and then adds it right to Word so you don’t have to leave your document to search for information.

Made up of a growing list of trusted sources and reference materials, the information appears to the right of your document. If you choose to use some of the material, Word will automatically create the citation in your bibliography.

 

Word is also getting a new editor with advanced proofreading skills. So, instead of just catching spelling mistakes and bad grammar, Word will suggest new words and phrases to beef up lackluster content.

Outlook

Microsoft is now offering a tool, dubbed Focus Inbox, to help keep your inbox more organized. It separates your inbox into two tabs: Focused and Other.

Although Focused Inbox was rolled out earlier this year for iOS and Android, it is now coming to Outlook.com and will roll out for Office 365 customers in early September.

E-mails from family and friends, for instance, would go to the Focused tab, while promotional e-mails would go to ‘Other.’ You will be informed about messages that go into Other and they remain easily accessible and can be switched between tabs at any time.

“Focused Inbox is not meant to take control of your mail, but rather work with you to prioritize what is important to you,” Microsoft explained. “What lands in your Focused Inbox is determined by an understanding of the people you interact with often, and the content of the email itself (e.g., newsletters, machine generated mail, etc.). If you need to fine tune your Focused Inbox, just use the “Move to Focused” or “Move to Other” options.”

PowerPoint

PowerPoint, meanwhile is getting a new Zoom feature that allows for interactive, non-linear presentations.

“Captivate your audience with smooth, effortless navigation in and out of any slide or section, starting from a single interactive summary slide,” Microsoft said. “Present your slides in whatever order makes sense based on your audience, without exiting slide show mode and interrupting the flow.”

Check out how it works below:

 


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The art of link building: Why creating connections is the key to success

Columnist Ryan Shelley explains how good, sustainable link building is not just about getting a backlink, but about creating lasting connections that provide value to users.

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Amazon Now Testing Its Delivery Drones in Britain

Amazon is teaming up with the British government to test drone delivery systems.

A cross-Government team supported by the U.K. Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has given Amazon the green light to test three forms of drone technology:

  • Beyond line of sight operations in rural and suburban areas;
  • Sensor performance to make sure the drones can identify and avoid obstacles;
  • Flights during which one person operates multiple highly-automated drones.

These tests will shed light on how to safely use drones in the logistics industry as well as identify what operating rules and safety regulations must be put in place to help the drone industry grow.

“The U.K. is a leader in enabling drone innovation – we’ve been investing in Prime Air research and development here for quite some time,” Amazon vice-president of global innovation policy and communications Paul Misener said. “This announcement strengthens our partnership with the U.K. and brings Amazon closer to our goal of using drones to safely deliver parcels in 30 minutes to customers in the U.K. and elsewhere around the world.”

“Using small drones for the delivery of parcels will improve customer experience, create new jobs in a rapidly growing industry, and pioneer new sustainable delivery methods to meet future demand,” Misener added. “The U.K. is charting a path forward for drone technology that will benefit consumers, industry and society.”

Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos announced back in December 2013 that his company had plans to use drones for delivery of products within the next five years. The initiative, which has been dubbed Amazon Prime Air, will only be used to deliver packages that weigh five pounds or less. Flying under 400 feet and weighing less than 55 pounds, Prime Air drones will use a sophisticated ‘sense and avoid’ technology, as well as a high degree of automation, to safely operate beyond the line of sight to distances of at least 10 miles or more.

“One day, Prime Air vehicles will be as normal as seeing mail trucks on the road today,” the company said in a post.

Prime Air will eventually work something like this:


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Be careful and think before you click – The Keene Sentinel

Be careful and think before you click
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Like email phishing and other scams, the distribution of false news stories has become more sophisticated as the Internet has grown. Sure, it's easy to spot and avoid links bearing the giveaway terms “this one weird trick” and “what happened next will

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How to use device bid adjustments, straight from Google

AdWords will soon have the ability to set bids specific to each device type. Columnist and Googler Matt Lawson explains Google’s official POV about what that means when managing your campaigns.

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Google expanded text ads are live, and device bidding & responsive ads for native roll out

Standard text ads will no longer be accepted as of October 26.

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