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Pingler You Need Social Media Auto-Submission
The links coming in and out of your site make a big difference to how valuable your pages look to search engines. Pingler offers a set of tools to help you analyse the links that exist for your site and suggest more. There are also specific tools to allow you to see if your site has any links from authority websites. The Backlink Checker Tool is just one of the link analysis offerings in Pingler’s SEO suite, and it allows you to instantly check how many backlinks your site has got.
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1 hour ago by global.dwellers
Whoosh 2.7.4 documentation — Whoosh 2.7.4 documentation
"Whoosh is a library of classes and functions for indexing text and then searching the index. It allows you to develop custom search engines for your content."
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Swiftype: Enterprise Search & Site Search Platform
Swiftype is a cloud-based search platform that provides all the tools you need to create fantastic search experiences.
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Jason Heller – Think Again - a Big Think Podcast #157 – The Spiders From Mars | Big Think
The Spiders From Mars – Jason Heller – Think Again - a Big Think Podcast #157 July 21, 2018 at 08:17AM https://ift.tt/2muPySO

 

The other day I was at a kid’s birthday party and a fellow dad was joking that “When we were kids, it was all ‘bang-bang-bang!’ and now it’s all ‘pew-pew-pew!’”He was talking about video games and lasers as opposed to, I’m guessing, cowboys? Actually, as I remember childhood, it was all “wowm…wowm!” The sound of lightsabers. I was 5 years old when Star Wars: A New Hope came out, and like everyone who grew up back then, I had sci-fi seeping into my very pores. Alien civilizations. Cyborg killers. The dark, unfeeling menace of advanced technology…

Because there can never be too many Jasons, my guest today is the Hugo-award winning writer Jason Heller.  He’s here to tell the eerie and fascinating tale of how sci-fi seeped into the pores of popular music in the 1970s, and how, along with psychedelic drugs and electronic instruments, it produced and was transformed by David Bowie and others into something rich and strange. Something that changed the face of music and pop culture forever. His new book is Strange Stars: David Bowie, Pop Music, and the Decade Sci Fi Exploded.

Surprise conversation-starter clips in this episode: 

Reza Aslan on how religious believers describe god

Dambisa Moyo on 3 ways to make American politicians better

About Think Again - A Big Think Podcast: Since 2008, Big Think has been sharing big ideas from creative and curious minds. Since 2015, the Think Again podcast has been taking us out of our comfort zone, surprising our guests and Jason Gots, your host, with unexpected conversation starters from Big Think’s interview archives.

You've got 10 minutes with Einstein. What do you talk about? Black holes? Time travel? Why not gambling? The Art of War? Contemporary parenting? Some of the best conversations happen when we're pushed outside of our comfort zones. Each week on Think Again, we surprise smart people you may have heard of with short clips from Big Think's interview archives on every imaginable subject. These conversations could, and do, go anywhere.

Come talk to us on Twitter: @bigthinkagain

 

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8 hours ago by leconeyc
CodePilot.ai
Wherever it’s hiding, the code you need is just a quick search away. Find answers to your coding questions with CodePilot.ai, which gathers results from your local folders, GitHub, SearchCode, YouTube, and Stack Overflow, and processes the results with powerful machine learning. You may also add Custom Sources for sites and resources you find valuable and include them in your results.  Toggle, expand or collapse, and filter search results to your heart’s content, thanks to an easy-to-navigate interface. Get better results — no browser tabs needed.  
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9 hours ago by mandarine
How I Fully Quit Google (And You Can, Too) – Member Feature Stories – Medium
pretty good read by a more or less non-techie. She clearly is not a complete tech neophyte. She offers good suggestions on what software to use to avoid using google. Interesting thing about DuckDuckGo and StartPage -- they provide much better and more complete results when I type in my name.
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20 hours ago by brentfarwick
Candid photos from Apollo 11 moon landing | Big Think
Revel in these candid outtakes of the Apollo 11 moon landing July 20, 2018 at 04:08PM https://ift.tt/2LBXFbk

On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong took the small step for (a) man, giant leap for mankind after the lunar lander touched down on the surface of the moon. 

Among the more famous images that we all pretty much know, there were some that never made it into the press; these are the “outtakes” from that mission.

They are rather striking in their humanity; these were astronauts with the right stuff, after all, and when seeing most of the images it’s not easy to remember that they’re quite human behind those suits and of the equipment. 

70mm Hasselblad still camera from Apollo 11. Image via Smithsonian.

They’re all available at the Project Apollo Archive, and have been seen more than a billion times since September, 2015. 

An astronaut's boot, on the surface of the moon. (NASA/Project Apollo Archive)

Neil Armstrong, inside the lunar module. (NASA/Project Apollo Archive)

Earth rise over the lunar surface. (NASA/Project Apollo Archive)

Buzz Aldrin in a candid shot. (NASA/Project Apollo Archive)

Lunar module after being jettisoned. (NASA/Project Apollo Archive)

One of the astronauts carrying instruments across the surface. (NASA/Project Apollo Archive)

Buzz Aldrin on the first step of the ladder down. (NASA/Project Apollo Archive)

United States flag left on the lunar surface. (NASA/Project Apollo Archive)

Mission commander Neil Armstrong. (NASA/Project Apollo Archive)

Astronaut Michael Collins. (NASA/Project Apollo Archive)

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