The Dos and Don’ts of Facebook Marketing

There have been and always will be right and wrong ways to go about marketing on Facebook. The only things that change are the ways to go about doing the “right” things. While some would say there are no rules on social media, there are definitely best practices to do and poor practices to avoid.

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US East Coast Seems to Be Safer for Drivers

Call it the experience of driving in bad weather. Call it a lifestyle trend that people are simply safer. Call it blind luck. For one reason or another, it seems as if anyone east of Tennessee has less of a chance of being in a fatal accident than the rest of the country.

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Everything You Need to Know About Hummingbird

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s a Google search algorithm update! Hummingbird is everything that it was cracked up to be. In many ways, it’s more subtle than previous algorithm updates that focused on the components of search rankings rather than the style or engine. Penguin and Panda were huge, but they aren’t the same type of updates as Hummingbird.

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The Best and Worst Cities by Drivers

Bad Drivers are Bad

Some cities have better drivers than others. It could be because of the streets and conditions. It can be based upon the population itself. Then again, it could just be that some places attract really good or really bad drivers.

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The 2,700 Year Old Art and Science of Encryption

Alberti Cipher

When most think of encryption, they think of computers using complex algorithms to hide data in ways that require a password or key. This is a very modern and simplistic view of a long and stories history behind encryption. Since the dawn of human communication we’ve had a need to be able to send messages without the risk of them being seen by the wrong people. Thus, encryption is as old as the written word in some cultures.

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