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Daily comic by Lisa Burdige and John Hazard about balancing life, love and kids in the gig economy.

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Lit and Chemistry

Chemistry: love or hate it. I’m not sure there’s an in-between. I can’t claim to be good at it, but chemistry and chemical reactions fascinate me. As a result, today we celebrate National Periodic Table of Elements Day.

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Chemistry and literature do mix, in a nonexplosive reaction. Trust me, and I’m not even going to count all the nonfiction textbooks out there.

There are many great nonfiction books about the discoverers of elements. I recently finished Something out of Nothing: Marie Curie and Radium by Carla Killough McClafferty. It’s a young adult book, but McClafferty does not oversimplify the physics performed by the Curies. She does make the scientific language digestible for a younger reader (for the record, I was in a class last night that interviewed Ms. McClafferty. She shared that as part of her research she read Marie Curie’s dissertation on physics!) I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in physics, chemistry, or the Curies. In particular, it’s a great book for young women interested in STEM careers.

If you do a Google search on books about Dmitri Mendeleev, the gentleman who created the Periodic Table, you’ll get plenty of choices. As an interesting side note, Khan Academy states that the Periodic Table came to Mendeleev in a dream. He had been working on it and working on it, but no version he had drafted made sense. The dream led him to organize the elements by atomic mass, et voilá. Lesson learned: pay attention to your dreams.

My all-time favorite literary resource for the Periodic Table, though, is Periodic Table of Comic Books. This is brilliant! A professor at the University of Kentucky has created a website connecting most elements to existing comic books. Several years ago I stumbled upon this beauty of a resource while researching for a presentation how teachers can use graphic novels and comic books to support low-level readers. Click on an element in the table, and you’ll go to a page with icon-links, which lead to the page of the comic referencing the element. How he dreamt this up, I don’t know, but I’m glad he did!

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LIFE & ADVENTURE OF A NETPRENUER.

LIFE & ADVENTURE OF A NETPRENUER.

“Look at my screen first,when I finish you can do yours…who is with me,any challenge?…no challenge,,let’s shoot”…capt.Jetty.

The above lines comes up whenever someone raises up his or her hand saying “am lost “or responds “negative” whenever the captain says “game on”…

Interesting to know, I wasn’t lost so much today at least to a great extent I still find my way back to join the squad formation.

Briefly on what I learnt to day, I was quite enlightened the more from the recap of the previous class,as reviewed by some fellows, from creating a database, to building a wordpress ,adding colors ,designs and lots more that it takes to be an ideal blog,that’s for the previous class.

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Dear [Company], A Resume

Education

I have a degree in Creative Writing. Yes, they let me major in that. I’m as confused as you, frankly. But the bottom line is, I can arrange all sorts of words in all kinds of delightful orders, including some you might not have thought of yourself.

Work Experience

I have spent a lot of time putting words in various sequences, sometimes for money, and sometimes for the love of the game, which is a way of saying “for no money.” I freelance often enough to keep the lights on, but sporadically enough that whenever someone at a party asks what I do for a living, I still feel my eyes widen in a primeval, animal terror. This is just a taste of the relatable millennial experiences I will bring to [company]!

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Black Dog

mentally unleashed

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Le Grand Voyage! (11)

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TV Shows Now Streaming

by Kasia Babis

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Migrating to modern Android management solutions

A modern enterprise mobility solution requires a flexible and secure platform with advanced management capabilities. It’s what we’ve delivered with Android Enterprise, and today we’re offering additional resources for organizations that are moving off of legacy deployment methods. The Android Enterprise Migration Handbook is a guide for IT managers who want detailed steps and best practices for switching away from legacy APIs.

Why choose Android Enterprise?

Customers and partners like the flexible device management choices found in Android Enterprise. The clear separation of work and personal profiles on the same device is powerful—IT manages corporate applications and data, preserving employee privacy while  protecting the security and privacy of essential company information. Additionally, rapid deployment methods—like zero-touch enrollment, QR codes, a DPC Identifier or configuration through NFC—simplify the process of getting your team up and running.

Transition updates

Device Admin-based management solutions rely on a number of complex workarounds, such as side loading applications and using personal Gmail accounts. These solutions are limited and are not as suited to the needs of modern enterprise use cases.

As part of the transition away from Device Admin, APIs for password enforcement, disable camera and disable keyguard features have been marked as deprecated in Android 9 Pie. These APIs will no longer be available in the 2019 Android release. We recommend that customers migrate to management deployments using the Android Enterprise framework through an EMM provider.

Modern management and security

Compared to Device Admin, Android Enterprise provides extensive management controls and solutions for personal devices, work only, personally-enabled and dedicated device scenarios. This extends to enrollment, offering a variety of options to get a team up and running.

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Encryption for everyone: How Adiantum will keep more devices secure

Editor's note: February 5 was Safer Internet Day, but we’ll be talking about it all week with a collection of posts from teams from across Google.

Encryption is incredibly important. It underpins our digital security. Encryption encodes data so that it can only be read by individuals with a key. With encryption, you are in complete control of this key, and you can store sensitive information such as personal data securely.

But encryption isn’t always practical, since it would slow some computers, smartphones and other devices to the point of being unusable. That changes with Adiantum, which we are introducing today in the spirit of Safer Internet Day.

Adiantum is a new form of encryption that we built specifically to run on phones and smart devices that don’t have the specialized hardware to use current methods to encrypt locally stored data efficiently. Adiantum is designed to run efficiently without that specialized hardware. This will make the next generation of devices more secure than their predecessors, and allow the next billion people coming online for the first time to do so safely. Adiantum will help secure our connected world by allowing everything from smart watches to internet-connected medical devices to encrypt sensitive data. (For more details about the ins and outs of Adiantum, check out the security blog.)

Our hope is that Adiantum will democratize encryption for all devices. Just like you wouldn’t buy a phone without text messaging, there will be no excuse for compromising security for the sake of device performance. Everyone should have privacy and security, regardless of their phone’s price tag.

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How a data hack led Heather Adkins to her career

Editor’s note: Two-factor authentication, not using my pet’s name for a password, surfing the web on a secure browser—I do what I can to keep my data safe online. But thanks to the work of Heather Adkins—Google’s Director of Information Security—and her team, I don’t have to worry about my account getting hacked on a daily basis. I caught up with her for this latest She Word to learn about her career path in information security, her love for medieval history, her advice on how we can all protect ourselves online and more.

How do you explain your job at a dinner party?

I keep the hackers out of Google.

How did you get into information security field?

In college, I had a job at a small ISP (internet service provider) and we got hacked. When most people get hacked for the first time, there’s helplessness, fear and panic—you feel like you’re having your house burgled. Instead, I felt a sense of curiosity: How did the hackers possibly manage that? What do they know that I don’t?

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Doodles.

All in a day’s work…

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You can pick the winner of the Google.org Impact Challenge Illinois

Last month, eight high school students in Columbia, South Carolina started apprenticeships at local businesses through a program to support homegrown talent in the area. In Cleveland, 25 high schoolers are hard at work on their internships at a local manufacturer, on a track to have a permanent job by the spring. And in Pittsburgh, hundreds of women participated in pay-what-you-can workshops, ranging from DIY synthesizer making to custom vinyl cutting.

Since our start last year, the Google.org Impact Challenge has awarded $1 million to 16 nonprofits in four cities: Pittsburgh, Oklahoma City, Columbia, S.C., and Cleveland, all cities we visit on our Grow with Google tour across the U.S. Selected by a panel of local advisors, each organization came up with a new way to create economic opportunities for the communities they serve. At Google, when we see something that’s working, we find a way to make it even better.

For our next Google.org Impact Challenge in the U.S., we decided to cast a wider net and support organizations whose reach will extend beyond one metropolitan area. To support Grow with Google’s initiative to create economic opportunities for all Americans, we launched a new statewide Impact Challenge, giving Google.org the ability to support an even more diverse group of organizations. Last September, we convened our first statewide Impact Challenge in Illinois, and 167 nonprofits from all corners of the Prairie State applied with their boldest ideas to make positive change.

Today, we are pleased to announce the winners, each of whom will receive $75,000 in grant funding and Google training to make their ideas a reality. One of these winners will receive an extra $250,000, and it’s up to you to pick who wins. You can select your favorite on our site today; voting ends on February 14.

After School Matters: Supporting a program to guide disconnected Chicago youth onto individualized college and career pathways.

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Temp Technical Ltd — Providing temperature solutions

Temp Technical Ltd are an air conditioning and refrigeration specialist company based in Tonbridge, Kent covering the areas of London and the surrounding home counties. They aim to provide the best services possible and solutions to any problems customers may experience from their team of knowledgeable and experienced engineers. Temp Technical Ltd also offer a full site survey to measure, inspect and advise their clients on how to get the best out of their units, but also meeting the individual needs. However for those looking for something new their engineers install and repair some of the world’s largest known makes including; Daikin and Mitsubishi. Their units are an Eco-friendly and energy-saving option insuring customers that they can manage their heating and temperature within their home with ease. For more information please call 0333 577 0996 or visit: http://www.temptechnical.co.uk/

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Avoid the heartache of Valentine’s Day planning with Google

Whether you’re single, in a relationship, or planning a Palentine’s Day get-together, we’ve got a few ways to make planning your night out as sweet as Valentine’s Day candy. Here are a few helpful features on Maps and local Search that’ll help you plan a night out (or in) from start to finish.

The last minute lover

Although restaurants tend to book up on February 14, if you’re the spontaneous type you can still try your hand at walking in. To give you the best chance at a last minute table, just find the restaurant's Business Profile on Google and scroll down to see when they tend to get busy. For some restaurants, we can even show you whether it's busy in real time, so you can act like you actually had your night planned out all along.

                                       

The stay at home romantic

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Romance Report: A look at love in 2019

Hearts beating with worry over a potential conversation hearts shortage, people have been on the hunt for a candy-free way to express their affection this Valentine’s Day. Looks like we’re in the clear, but  many people still turned to Google for ideas, advice, emojis and more.

To celebrate all the ways that people around the world show their love (as artists have done for ages), we’re sharing our Romance Report to give you a global glimpse at how people look to say “Be Mine” in their own special way.

“What is love?”

Well, first of all, it’s one of the top questions people ask about love, according to Google Trends. But as Valentine’s Day nears, we dug into one of the other most popular questions about love since February 14 last year: “What are the 5 love languages?”

Gary Chapman’s 1995 book has caught people’s attention as they look to understand the ways in which they and their partners prefer to express love, and search interest in “love languages” is at an all time high. With that in mind, here are some of the top questions and insights about the love languages.

Let’s start with some quality time on our most searched love language (and searches are on the rise, to boot). These are the top questions related to both quality time with your S.O. since the last V-Day:

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Sayings of my most favourite filmmaker:Darren Aronofsky

Sayings of my most favourite filmmaker:Darren Aronofsky

The more people who tell you NO,the more you KNOW,you doing something RIGHT…Adapt to reality.Get the trust and honour the trust.Superhard to create something(That’s what I do;that’s what we do).Camera is always telling the story;must perfectly placed.Sound is more important than the picture.Mother! is the only spaceship we can travel through Earth…Original linkOriginal author: Kese7en

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Tony Trent 2: The Return of The Revenge of The Sith King

The Wonder Boy @$$hole has returned! Rejoice in his public domain glory!

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A deeper connection between Google Analytics 360 and Salesforce Sales Cloud

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A deeper connection between Google Analytics 360 and Salesforce Sales Cloud

Dan Stone

Product Manager, Google Analytics 360

Published Feb 7, 2019Related ArticlesReach customers via additional marketing channels with Analytics 360 + Salesforce Marketing CloudThe Analytics 360 Solution Guide: How today’s top brands gain a deeper understanding of the customer journeyA Look Back at 2018 with Google Marketing PlatformNew Google Marketing Platform connectors available in Data StudioFour ways top brands deliver faster, smarter marketing with Google Marketing PlatformDisney and Google expand strategic relationship

Last week, we shared that the ability to share audiences from Analytics 360 to Salesforce Marketing Cloud is beginning to roll out. Today, we’re highlighting a number of enhancements to the integration between Analytics 360 and Salesforce Sales Cloud. This integration allows you to import sales pipeline data from Sales Cloud directly into Analytics 360, making it easier to connect your offline and online data.

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Black Drink

Copper needed a rest and a drink of oil. She couldn’t carry this creature the whole way home. She could see a row of shopping trolleys across the street. Further up the road, Copper could see 4-stroke motor oil stacked into a tidy pile.

“This isn’t a date or anything,” she said to her new silent friend. “But I’m about to take you somewhere very expensive.”

Copper eased the creature into a shopping trolley and wheeled her into the petrol stations forecourt.

Thanks to Warren for the $10 Patronage.

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Vengadores 4 Endgame recopilatorio y tráiler nuevo

Vengadores 4 será la última película de la Fase 3 del Universo Cinematográfico de Marvel. Tras los hechos acontecidos en Infinity War, se…

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