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+@#9bit™: 9 High-Tech Hotels for the Connected Traveler

For some people, the ideal getaway is rid of technology, like a digital detox summer camp. For others, the mere thought of parting from a smartphone is utter madness.

If you happen to fall in the later category, you prioritize tech amenities when booking your time away from home — a hotel that understands tech is a definite perk.

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By Zoe Fox

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+@#9bit™: Microsoft Urges Internet Explorer 9 Users to Project Against Targeted Attacks

September 17, 2012 by 3

On Monday night, Microsoft urged users of Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions to deploy a toolkit that could help protect against a series of attacks hitting its system.

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Ontology of Nodes

“Your #hashtagInfrastructure will be the basic ontology for your cloud- secured by traded, marked and branded operator algorithms that represents personal brand/businesses across the semantic webb!”

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#BrandibleSentiments

A few days ago twitter announced it would include the cashtag >$< as part of its semantic. Assigning this operator to further enhance stock tickers in the twitter verse =  i.e $WAG!  The $ symbol will prepend the ticker of any company with public offerings.  A direct result of this move, will be greater machine learning.  I also suspect precedent for integrating other operators.

As more and more data gets pushed into the semantic Webb, it has become extremely difficult to organize the information with basic ontology. Incorporating new operators gives flexibility for a new language within the semantic. A language based on combining operators. The new sets of operators will eliminate long lines of codes and make machine learning a lot simpler. In theory, these operators will represent logos – spirit agents within the machine. These spirit agents initially will represent the electronic DNA businesses will use to share, mark and brand their products (people sentiments).

In a space where the product is no longer a quantifiable unit, but rather brandible sentiments – operators will serve as watermarks that can be attached to KPI behavior around physical items (http://mashable.com/2012/08/02/fda-digestible-device/).
“We ain’t in Kansas anymore Dorothy!”

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+@#9bit™: 9 reasons why Google and Apple should be worried

9 reasons why Google and Apple should be worried

For the last year we’ve heard rumors of how both Apple and Google were getting close to releasing music locker services that allow music listeners to upload their music collection to the cloud giving them the ability to listen to their music everywhere. So it was a big surprise when the first major Internet player to launch a music locker service wasn’t Google or Apple, but instead was Amazon.  Last week, with little fanfare, Amazon released its Amazon Cloud Drive, a cloud-based music locker that includes the Amazon Cloud Player allowing people to listen to their music anywhere.  Amazon’s entry into the music locker is a big deal and should be particularly worrisome for Google and Apple.  Amazon brings some special sauce to the music locker world that will make them a formidable competitor:

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+@#9bit™:

9 Reasons to Switch from Facebook to Google+

Can Google+ steal users from Facebook? Yep. There are good reasons to switch from Facebook to Google+, ranging from ease-of-use to respect for data privacy.

By Mark SullivanPCWorld    Jun 30, 2011 7:20 pm

When people ask “can Google+ beat Facebook?” they’re misstating the question. It’s not about one site versus another site. Google+ is bigger than that. The reason Google calls it the “Google+ Project” is that Google+ will become a central part of Google’s whole identity. It will reshape the company. So the real question is “can Google beat Facebook?” Put that way, the contest seems a lot more even.

Facebook, of course, has a huge head start, but there are good reasons for people to seriously consider dumping Facebook for Google+. [See our Hands-on Review]

+@#9bit™: #Nine things all businesses need to know about web security

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