Facial Recognition: Microsoft Website Tells You How Old You Are

Bill Hartzer

A website by Microsoft is using facial recognition to tell you how old you are. Now this one here, taken around 2005 or so, I am apparently 39 years old. And if you ask me, it’s actually pretty accurate. Well, in at least most cases that I tested.

The Top #Nifty50 Women in Technology on Twitter for 2012

Webbiquity SMM

Active across social networks, Cindy leads Microsoft’s small- to midsized-business sales and marketing efforts as Vice President U.S. The 10-year Microsoft veteran is also a graduate of Harvard Business School.

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A great opportunity for Nokia that no one has mentioned…

The Way of the Web

For a full and complete analysis of how far Nokia have floated up the creek without any propulsion, Tomi Ahonen is as comprehensive as ever in his figures, predictions, and critical analysis of Microsoft and Nokia CEO Stephen Elop.

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The Facts, The Stats And The Story About Youtube

Mindjumpers

As with other successful tech stories, like Facebook, Google and Microsoft, the creation of the site came to life from a basic need as consumer and from when the site was launched, it was quickly turned into a big hit by simple word-of-mouth.

Cool Facts About Search Engines

Engaging Brand

2000:Vivismo – It is well known since 2005 as it was awarded the contract to power the search portion of FirstGov.gov (now called USA.gov). 2005: Snap –Launched from Overture’s owner Bill Gross, this search engine showed volumes, revenues, and advertisers, but proved to be too complicated for average users and turned into a web services company. 2008: Bing –The current web search engine from Microsoft. We all use search engines every day.

Content vs. Community: How Online Publishers Can Nurture Both

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Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco. Join the conversation by adding Mashables Pete Cashmore to your Circles on Google+ Close Welcome to Mashable! Sign in with Facebook or Twitter to get started!

“Reclaim Blogging”: Why I’m giving up Twitter and Facebook

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Home Buy Art Here Stormhoek Winer(y) Hughs Book Daily Cartoon Email About Contact/Connect Home Hugh MacLeod Cartoons drawn on the back of business cards August 19, 2011 (3 days ago) “Reclaim Blogging&# : Why I’m giving up Twitter and Facebook.

What to Look For When Hiring a Community Manager

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Should You Outsource Your Social Media Efforts?

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Making Data Relevant: The New Metrics for Social Marketing

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5 Essential Spreadsheets for Social Media Analytics

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Microsoft. microsoft. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco. Top Stories Photo & Video Galleries Top Lists Trending Topics Twitter YouTube Facebook iPhone Google Video More Topics. People Recommended Mashable Staff More people. Jobs Join Mashable on Google+ Welcome to Mashable!

Seth Godin on Steroids: Here’s My Evernote Password

Viper Chill

2005 was our roughest year. “ If companies were not able to compete with free, Microsoft would have been crushed by Linux, Oracle by MySQL, and the dot-com boom would have wiped out half of the world’s brick and mortar economy.

A Little Bit About Tungle.me | Justin Levy

Justin Levy

For those not in a Microsoft Exchange environment or that wants to schedule meetings with others outside of their office, Tungle.me I also worked several years as a VC, before seeing the light and getting back into a startup called Nimcat Networks, which we sold to Avaya in 2005.

10 Reasons You Need to Create a Cool Infographic

Writtent Blog

In fact, data from Google alerts indicates that demand for infographics as measured by search queries has steadily increased over the past several years, and is currently 10x higher than it was in 2005. Content marketing isn’t just about blogging.

Why Curation Is Just as Important as Creation [OPINION]

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Microsoft. microsoft. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco. Top Stories Photo & Video Galleries Top Lists Trending Topics Twitter YouTube Facebook iPhone Google Video More Topics.

Eight steps to thriving on information overload

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Microsoft Strategic White Paper: How To Lock-in Your Clients (1.1MB). December 2005 (12). November 2005 (8). October 2005 (9). September 2005 (14). August 2005 (19). July 2005 (5). May 2005 (4). April 2005 (5). About Ross Dawson.

8 Reasons Why Students Should Blog

ProBlogger

I began blogging in 2005 (my promoted blog was founded in 2009) and have never looked back. When I worked for Microsoft last year as an intern, members of the team took great pleasure in finding information on candidates outside of their resume. He was a CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations) representative in 2009 and completed an internship with Microsoft last year. This is a guest blog post by Michael White of Musings of a PR Student.

Apple is Creating a “Social Network” the Right Way

Stay N' Alive

Microsoft’s strength was the consumer OS that could be installed on almost any affordable PC, and has since become Exchange and Outlook and Enterprise apps. Today Apple did one of the most powerful things they have done since the launch of the iPod.

Content Is No Longer King: Curation Is King

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See Also: THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: Even With Impressive ROIC, Stock Might Reach New Lows Watch Out Data Hogs: Verizon To Join AT&T With Its Own Tiered Data Plans Foursquare Is Going To Tell You Where To Eat Pretty Soon "Content is King" -- no longer.

Mathemagenic " Reasons for using weblog to keep information bits

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December 2005 (9). November 2005 (5). October 2005 (15). September 2005 (24). August 2005 (17). July 2005 (23). June 2005 (15). May 2005 (7). April 2005 (28). March 2005 (19). February 2005 (14). January 2005 (17). Microsoft (69). Mathemagenic.

Doug Johnson Website --Skills for the Knowledge Worker

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Skills for the Knowledge Worker Teacher-Librarian, December 2005 Doug Johnson In early 2005, reporter Thomas L. Just think how little training is associated with using an AlphaSmart (a portable, inexpensive word processing device) compared to using Microsoft Word. Doug Johnson.

The information processing view of humanity

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Microsoft Strategic White Paper: How To Lock-in Your Clients (1.1MB). December 2005 (12). November 2005 (8). October 2005 (9). September 2005 (14). August 2005 (19). July 2005 (5). May 2005 (4). April 2005 (5). About Ross Dawson.

Advice for a New Internet Marketer (or How to Spot Internet.

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Funny because I’ve been practicing seo on my own sites since about 2005 and to this day I’m still sometimes reluctant to offer my services which I just started doing this year. Something might be possible with asp, but not every SEO is a Microsoft MVP.

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‘Curation,’ and journalists as curators

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October 6, 2010 at 1:38 pm Leave a Reply Search all entries in this blog back to December 2005 Follow Me on Twitter > See my tweets @macloo Translate Choose your language Subscribe What is RSS (subscription)? By Mindy McAdams HOME BLOG ABOUT Teaching Online Journalism You will see something cool here if you upgrade your Flash player. Notes from the classroom and observations about today's practice of journalism online « What we now know about blogs Keep them coming back (how?)

Web 2.0 Expo – cool stuff seen on the floor of the show

Buzz Marketing for Technology

They are the nexus of a digital marketing company mixed with a technology firm that does Microsoft CRM, Business Intelligence and Analytics to provide creative solutions for brand perception and instantiation. Who started InsideView in 2005 because he saw that “business information was becoming more distributed over the web” though articles, interviews, various databases and then eventually social networks.

What is Work Literacy?

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Microsoft. (13). Free (as in beer) Brainbench Microsoft Certifications. VB.NET is the illegal immigrant of Microsoft langu. ► 2005. (21). skip to main | skip to sidebar. Falkayns Nest. This is my personal blog - stuff not directly connected to my businesses goes here - some of its a little spicy, so watch out for heartburn.

Twitter, Facebook, Denial of Service Attacks

Bare Feet Studios

These large sites ( Google, Apple, Yahoo, Microsoft ) have complex back end programming that make the site run as expected as well as front end programming to control the incoming traffic and direct it to available servers, known as load balancing.

A reading list for aspiring knowledge workers. Future Tense:

Buzz Marketing for Technology

› Wikiwise 50: #46 -- Microsoft. › Wikiwise 50: #46 -- Microsoft. › December 2005 (6). › November 2005 (4). › October 2005 (8). › September 2005 (11). › August 2005 (15). › July 2005 (43).

Atlanta Women In Social Media Marketing_2

Diva Marketing Blog

Began in social media marketing - Since 1997 while still at Microsoft, I began working with the early tools. I headed up Microsoft’s first sales team to support Internet retailers like Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. I began in social media marketing Oct 2005.

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In Memory of My Grandpa David, a Wonderful Man » Techipedia.

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Here are just some of those contributions: While I got married in March of 2005 (this photo was taken at our wedding), we delayed our honeymoon until December 2006. In the ’90s, we gave Grandpa a 486 and I walked him through Microsoft Word (in the absence of any Internet connectivity).

Are Aggregators Really The Problem? | PlagiarismToday

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Tags: aggregators , Content-Theft , Copyright , Copyright-Infringement , Copyright-Law , fair-use , Google , google news , Mark Cuban , Plagiarism Jonathan Bailey is The Webmaster and author of Plagiarism Today, which he founded in 2005 as a way to help Webmasters going through content theft problems get accurate information and stay up to date on the rapidly-changing field.