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List of computer related blogs.
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Fans may think of Jimmy Connors as an "old school" tennis player, but according to a new ranking system developed by a Northwestern University researcher, Connors is best player in the history of the game.
Writing, presenting, science and PhD related and other computer science books list by Matt Might.
China's internet does not receive as much coverage as it deserves, particularly in English. Here is a list of top news sources, in English and Chinese, that our team reads to stay sharp.
When you think of online destinations for professional purposes, social networking sites tailored toward business users — like LinkedIn — probably come to mind.
Savvy small business professionals will find, however, that a crop of new startups offer them access to fresh technologies that help with professional networking, research, influence and community building.
While you’ve likely never heard of the startups listed below, each is gaining traction from early adopter audiences and is building consumer-facing products easily applied to common small business tasks. Some, especially Stipple and Marginize, could even help improve traffic to your site and engage visitors longer with more compelling reasons to stay put.
Will 2011 bea good year for American industry?
For most sectors, 2010 was a comeback year, as companies finally began adjusting to an economic environment that constantly seemed at risk of double-dipping back into recession. Now that those fears have transformed into mild concerns over slower-than-expected growth, 2011 will present an opportunity for many industries to rejuvenate themselves — and several are on track to do just that.
Independent researcher IBISWorld ranked 711 U.S.-based industries on their ability to increase revenue, industry gross products, employment, productivity improvements and profitability to make its predictions of the 10 top performing industries for 2011.