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  1. BloomReach Incorporates Real-Time Freshness For E-Commerce Optimization

    BloomReach has an English language database of 12.6 million synonym pairs, 73 times more words than in Oxford dictionary. Just a few months after their official launch, big data cloud marketing platform BloomReach has introduced a major improvement...

  2. BloomReach Marketing Platform Aims to Expose Your Best Content in Organic Search & Social

    BloomReach has an English language database of 12.6 million synonym pairs, 73 times more words than in Oxford dictionary. Cloud marketing platform BloomReach has just announced their official launch, after three years operating under the radar out...

  3. Google–British Library Partnership to Digitize 250,000 Books

    The first, in fact, were the Harvard University Library, the University of Michigan Library, the New York Public Library, Oxford's Bodleian Library, and Stanford University Libraries (SULAIR). The Google Books project has scanned over 12 million...

  4. Who Is Duncan Watts and Why Is Everything Obvious ... Once You Know the Answer?

    Watts is also an adjunct senior research fellow at Columbia University, and an external faculty member of the Santa Fe Institute and Nuffield College, Oxford. The keynote speaker at SES New York 2011 is Duncan Watts, a principal research scientist...

  5. Online Reputation Management Case Studies: BP Oil Spill, Toyota Recall, and Goldman Sachs Fraud Charges

    During the next five years, 83 percent of companies will face a crisis that will negatively impact their share price by 20 to 30 percent, according to Oxford-Metrica. Two years ago, I wrote "Online Reputation Management Requires Cabinet War Rooms.

  6. Social Media Marketers Can Learn Lessons from Paul Revere's Ride

    If that's news to you, I recommend that you read Paul Revere's Ride (Oxford University Press, 1994) by David Hackett Fischer, which tells a more compelling story than Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's famous poem.

  7. Social network search terms top Hitwise list for 4th straight year

    Last month, "unfriend" was named Oxford Dictionary's word of the year for 2009. Image via Wikipedia This afternoon, our friends at Experian Hitwise analyzed the top 300 search terms for 2009 and Facebook was the top-searched term overall.

  8. Facial Recognition Software Being Used To Take Attendance

    The City of Ely Community College - not Oxford or Cambridge - is setting the standards of the future. Facial recognition software has been made popular from various crime shows, but it seems the real thing is now being used to take attendance at a...

  9. CondeNast Portfolio: Google Baffles Us

    On the first page, the Wikipedia page for "university" comes top; the rest of the page is five UK universities (Cambridge, Oxford, Leeds, Warwick, and Durham); two Canadians (Toronto and Queen's); and two Australians (Monash and Sydney).