Saturday, December 17, 2011
Information about destinations:
More details about publishing KML/KMZ
a) Publishing your KML for Google Earth, Google Maps and Beyond on www.nearby.org.uk/gadget-for-kml.php
b) Check for Google Maps compatibility
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c) Open in Page Creator and get the script http://www.gmodules.com/ig/creator?synd=open&url=http://maps.google.com/maps/gx?q=http://apis.people.cz/download/Lombok-Komodo-Rinca.kmz%26output=ghapi
d) If you want Google Earth Plug-in on your site, then use a similar code:
< iframe width="500" height="200" frameborder="0" src=" http://www.gmodules.com/ig/ifr?url=http://maps.google.com/maps/gx?q=http://apis.people.cz/download/Lombok-Komodo-Rinca.kmz%26output%3Dghapi%26hl%3Den &up__mpl_type=gf &up__mpl_data=http%3A%2F%2Fapis.people.cz%2Fdownload%2FLombok-Komodo-Rinca.kmz &synd=open &w=500 &h=200 &title=Lombok-Komodo-Rinca-Lombok+(Perama) &border=%23ffffff%7C3px%2C1px+solid+%23999999 "></iframe>
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Is he asking for Change, or is he asking for CHANGE?
Follow a man as he affects multiple peoples' lives with just one dollar, proving that it doesn't take much to be the change in someone's life.
Written and directed by Sharon Wright
For a copy or permission to screen the film, please contact - email@example.com
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Social Media Code of Ethics defines the rules of communication in social media, with which compliance is voluntary, but for successful business communication is assumed to be binding.
In the real world, we understand the need for good manners and social networks have perhaps even more sensitive users. Therefore, we have to determine minimum rules of communication before seriously intentioned promotion.
Social Media Code of Ethics of communication
- Write reasonably often according to the type of communication (company, news, community), Non-spam.
- Write in natural language, namely, no unnecessary marketing sentences.
- No censorship.
- No lie.
- Don't fight with your fans, customers and competitors. Just don't. Even if you win the battle, you will always loose the war.
- Respond to questions with patience and understanding.
- Be able to admit error, apologize, and to correct.
Crisis of communication
The crisis may occur in social media not only like violation of these rules as well as non-communication, if such company does not respond to the cause, which to us attacks every day from newspapers, then it will respond others, and it probably will not be very positive.
If you don't do it for you, others do it on your behalf.
No basically depends in which media crisis started, the company can hit a bad begin and a big scandal will be spreading across the Internet.
- A Chronology of Brands that Got Punk’d by Social Media (http://www.web-strategist.com/blog/2008/05/02/a-chonology-of-brands-that-got-punkd-by-social-media/)
- 10 prime examples of social media gone horribly, horribly wrong (http://www.techvibes.com/blog/an-ultimate-list-10-prime-examples-of-social-media-gone-horribly-horribly-wrong)
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
First 3D video transmission live from space [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riJ0eHTCeig]
ESA-developed camera produced live-streaming 3D images for the first time in the history of space travel. On 6 August, NASA astronaut Ron Garan operated the Erasmus Recording Binocular (ERB-2) camera in Europe's Columbus laboratory, showing the International Space Station as never before in high-definition quality. While talking about the work on board the Station, he enhances the sense of depth and presence by playing with an inflatable Earth globe.
For more details see http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEMWLEOT9RG_index_0.html
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Folk guitarist plays 3 chords for the 1000 listeners, the jazz guitarist plays 1000 chords for 3 listeners, rock guitarist in the studio plays for himself ... and excellent!
Trey Alexander at True Fire Studios
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
What if light bulb could also transmit data? At TEDGlobal, Harald Haas demonstrates, for the first time, a device that could do exactly that. By flickering the light from a single LED, a change too quick to for the human eye to detect, he can transmit far more data than a cellular tower, and do it in a way that’s more efficient, secure and widespread. (Recorded at TEDGlobal 2011, July 2011, in Edinburgh, Scotland. Duration: 12:52.)