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Humans and laptops: What could you do with a single laptop in the past

I often forget how much in the future I live because this future is my present. But, what would happen if we could bring a brand new laptop into a time machine and go back into history. Well, this infographic from Dell is both funny and sobering, especially when it comes to the 9,000 human code breakers it took at Bletchly Park during World War II to break the Enigma cypher that “could have been broken with a laptop and a simple Java Script.” We are in the future, jetpacks be damned

Humans and laptops: What could you do with a single laptop in the past?

Back in November, we posted an infographic entitled “Humans vs Laptops – How smart is you computer?” that compared the different skills of humans against computers… the good news is, humans won out. For now!

Continuing in this vein we thought it might be interesting to think about what we could have done with laptops through the ages of time. Would the Mesopotamian scribes have been able to write down more great speeches with a laptop than with a wax tablet? What could the Roman empire have done with computers? And just think about what Leonardo Da Vinci could have accomplished if he’d replaced his paper notebook with the latest laptop deals!

Take a look below at our ideas. What great moments in history do you think could have benefited from access to computers?

Advertisements you interested in using Google+ for your company, but don’t know where to start?  Have you heard that Google has integrated G+ into its organic search results and want to explore the SEO benefits of G+ for your business?

Are you curious about Google+ Brand Pages for your organization but don’t know how to start?

Do you already have a presence on Twitter and Facebook and want to know whether to allocate precious resources to another social media platform?

Have you seen G+ on the Internet and are +1-curious and want to learn how to integrate your brand with G+ and Google?

In this Webinar, you’ll find out how to:

  • Set up your G+ personal account and profile, the basis for inclusion on the G+ for business community 
  • Set up your G+ Brand Page to best promote your brand and attract customers 
  • Create and share content with the goal of engaging current customers as well as prospective customers and partners 
  • Use G+ Circles and Hangout as a way of targeting and engaging with your followers 
  • Set up your privacy on your personal G+ to optimized search engine indexing for maximum SEO impact. 

In this free 30-minute Biznology® Webinar, Chris Abraham explains how to set up Google+, from your personal G+ profile to your corporate Brand Page.

Chris will show you how to open up your page for maximum SEO benefit and share ways to attract followers and keep them interested.

Chris will also explore ways of engaging your followers so that they become both brand ambassadors and customers.

Special sponsored presentation by Abraham Harrison LLC, Brick Marketing, and Marketing Pilgrim

Chris Abraham is one of the bloggers at Biznology.

Chris is a leading expert in online public relations with a focus on blogger outreach, blogger engagement, and Internet reputation management.

Chris was recently named as one of the top 50 social media power influencers on Forbes and one of the top 10 social media influencers of 2011 by Marketwire.

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logo6 To celebrate its relaunch, Nymgo is offering 5 free flights anywhereAbraham Harrison’s new client, Nymgo, has now completely re-developed its networking infrastructure and is accordingly re-launching its product, website and brand with a completely new look and set of functions that pushes the envelope of mass consumer VoIP technology in 2012 — and, to celebrate that launch, they’re also offering 5 tickets to anywhere to a lucky 5 folks.

This contest is called the “Nymgo, fly me to visit someone” contest and it takes place on its regional Facebook pages for Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Nigeria, and Pakistan — one round-trip ticket to anywhere in the world will be available to each Facebook Page by simply choosing a friend they would like to visit. The contestant simply uploads a picture along with a required caption (maximum 500 words) explaining why they should win the trip to see that person.

Here’s some more information from the Social Media News Release that we produced for Nymgo

Abraham Harrison’s client, Flink12, is the way to stay social but still keep your privacy. There are many social networking platforms available today to share your public self. But where do you go to privately and safely share your personal, day-to-day thoughts and experiences? Flink12 was created as a safe and secure way to share your private life. It is playful, safe, extremely private and easy to use. A unique way of sharing and communicating, Flink12 allows you to share your life in a meaningful way with the people you know and care about the most.

What is a Flink? A Flink is a group of twelve cows. Flink12 allows you to create individual groups of twelve people or Flinks for your friends, family, or coworkers. These Flinks allow you to communicate in a discreet way, sharing professional information with coworkers and personal information with friends and family. These groups of twelve are ideal for sharing different information for different types of relationships.

“Privacy first” is the highest priority at Flink12. This approach ensures that your personal information will remain completely secure. With no privacy settings to manage, your information is automatically safe. Personal information will not indexed on the web by search engines. You decide when, where and how much of your life you want to share and with whom. As it says on the Flink12 website:

Our “Privacy first” approach ensures that your personal information will remain private. Your information will not be indexed on the web by search engines. We designed Flink12 at its roots to be “udderly” private. Users have complete control.

Flink12 is totally accessible on the go as well:

Head on over to Flink12 and sign up for a free account. I’d love to hear what you think of it.

We are Abraham Harrison are really excited about our client Fotolia. Fotolia is able to offer individuals and professionals (advertising agencies, press, small business, graphic artists, designers) the greatest image collection in the world for free or as little as $0.75 an image. Check out these 8 great reasons to use Fotolia:

1. Time Savings — Fotolia services will save you time, as you are much more likely to find what you need quickly. A savings in time translates into saving money.

2. Clear Licensing Agreement — One hazard of being a designer is learning about copyright laws, restrictions and licenses. On the free photo sites, you have to read the fine print for each and every photo you use. Some photographs come with no restrictions, some are only for non-commercial use and some require the name of the photographer. You don’t have to deal with this headache on Fotolia. The licensing agreement will be the same for all photos in the license category you select, which is typically a standard royalty-free license.

3. Availability of Vector Art and IllustrationsFotolia offers a wide variety of vector art and illustrations. Illustrated graphics can give a course a completely unique look and feel. Vector art refers to graphics that are hand drawn in a tool like Adobe Illustrator. Because they exist as mathematical renderings, they can be expanded to any size and manipulated in a vector graphics program.

4. Compelling Images — You can find photos based on a concept, emotion or theme. You can find people doing interesting things and simple single objects that are ready to use.

5. Guaranteed Model Releases — You need the signed release of a model to use his or her photo. Model releases are guaranteed with a paid service. This is not true on a free site. That’s why I never use photographs of a person from a free service.

6. More Efficient SearchThere’s nothing like typing in the search term ‘money’ and getting back photos of the Eiffel tower. This kind of poor search functionality is common on some free photo sites. On the other hand, efficient search functionality is one of the foundations of Fotolia. Fotolia has staff to tag their photos with keywords, so the results are usually more accurate. The keywords are also translated in many languages.

7. Supports The Arts — The world would only be shades of gray without the Arts. By paying for images, you’re helping photographers and illustrators earn a living. We need them.

8. Reduces Stress — When you can quickly find the graphics you like and need, it reduces your level of stress. And we all need that.

Be sure to check out this video of Fotolia images as well:

Also connect with Fotolia on their various social media channels to watch for announcements:

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“Mr. White’s expertise in financial management, gained in a patient-focused health care system and service-oriented environment, will prove an invaluable asset in guiding Emergent’s management team towards further growth and in increasing value for shareholders,” Fuad El-Hibri, Emergent BioSolutions, Inc.’s chairman and CEO, said. “We are delighted to welcome him to Emergent’s Board of Directors, composed of seasoned experts with diverse skill sets.”

Both Kimberly-Clark Healthcare and Abraham Harrison would like to thank you, all the bloggers and tweeters who supported our public affairs outreach in support of the fighting hospital-aquired and healthcare associated infections via the HAI Watch “Not on My Watch” campaign. We really appreciate your coverage and support.

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  223. New Items via Today and Tomorrow
  224. HAIwatchnews via The Science of Horse Training
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  227. Are you familiar with Hospital Associated Infections? via Work Safety Blog From Blog 4 Safety
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  229. What Causes 99,000 Deaths and is Largely Preventable? via MS Maze
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  232. Healthcare Associated Acquired Infections via Disabled World
  233. Hospital Born Infections via E-Health Designs, LLC
  234. Elder Law Care: Healthcare-Associated Infections: New Information Web Site via Elder Law Associates PA
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  236. Website: HAI – Not on my watch via Everyday EMS Tips
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  239. Hospital infections are preventable via Fashion Fling
  240. Healtcare Associated Infections via Fitness Diva Blog
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  246. Very Important Health News Items from Kimberly Clark via Health Club News
  247. Infections From HealthCare via Health Insurance Blog
  248. ? Say No To Healthcare-Associated Infection via Health Reform
  249. Patient Beware Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) via Hemorrhoid Information Center
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  253. More on the MRSA Business – Opportunities and Updates via Immortality Medicine
  254. Healthcare Associated Infection (HAI?s) via Medical Jobs News
  255. Not On My Watch Campaign via
  256. Public Service Healthcare-Associated Infection via Global Health Innovation
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  259. Is This Video about Hand Hygiene Helpful? via Lean Blog
  260. HAI (Healthcare Associated Infections), what you may learn can save your life and the ones you love. via Make Me Smile Online
  261. Best-practices to fight VAP Offered Online via Materials Management in Health Care
  262. Link via Mitch’s Blog
  263. no title, at bottom via Just a mom’s take on things…
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  265. Healthcare Associated Infections via Not Another CONspiracy
  266. Avoid Hospital Acquired Infections With A Sure-Fire Remedy via NP’s Place
  267. Nosocomial Infections via Nursesentry Of Canada
  268. Let’s Prevent Healthcare-Acquired Infections via Nutrition Tips For You
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  276. Helping to eliminate healthcare associated infections via Senior Living Information Blog
  277. HAI Watch News Provides Summary of Kimberly Clark’s Prevention Campaign via Surgistrategies
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  284. posted video via Inspirasi menjadi dokter dan pelayan kesehatan yang baik
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Via Abraham Harrison

At a time when kids consider gun-toting athletes and cracked-out celebrities heroes and role models, it’s refreshing to hear that a true hero, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., is finally getting the official memorial he deserves.  Abraham Harrison’s client, the Washington D.C., Martin Luther King, Jr., National Memorial Foundation, is pushing for the last few million dollars needed to finish the project.

Over $106 million of the $120 million has been raised through corporate support as well as private donations from us ordinary folk.  The Foundation has devised some creative and easy ways to add your contribution including an MLK Toolbar that donates $.05 for every search you perform using the toolbar.

To find out more about the history of the Memorial, its on-going construction and ways to donate here:

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