Monthly Archives: February 2012

SetCronJob – Reliable Cron Jobs with Simple WebCron Interface

February 24, 2012

 

SetCronJob – Reliable Cron Jobs with Simple WebCron Interface 
http://www.setcronjob.com/

Cron is a job scheduler in Linux/Unix. It’s often used to run a script automatically, e.g at 1:00 AM every day.
Cron job is very useful to backup files, databases, send mails, clear temporary files, generate invoices, set up and run PHP cron jobs, etc.  SetCronJob offers reliable online cron job service, a good alternative to CronJobs feature which is often disabled on most free or cheap Linux hosting. Register an account and set up your cronjobs for FREE! There are two types of account:

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International Journal of Advanced Technology and Engineering Research (IJATER)

February 24, 2012

 

International Journal of Advanced Technology and Engineering Research (IJATER)
http://www.ijater.com/

International Journal of Advanced Technology and Engineering Research (IJATER) is devoted to the publication of high quality papers on theoretical as well as practical developments in all engineering disciplines. The International Journal of Advance Technology and Engineering Research encourages submission of innovative and which we will be enhance the original articles in all areas of Information Technology including Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Systems, artificial intelligence, Computer Systems and Information Engineering and Electronics and Telecommunications. International Journal of Advanced Technology and Engineering Research is available free of charge as an Open Access journal on the Internet. Articles available in PDF format.

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Quipol – Create and Embed Social Polls

February 24, 2012

Quipol – Create and Embed Social Polls
http://www.quipol.com/

Quipol is social polling. Create simple & elegant one-question polls, embed them into your blog posts and webpages, and find out where your audience stands on virtually any topic. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Social Informatics Subject Tracer™.

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TimeSearch – Search the Web Through Timelines

February 24, 2012

 

TimeSearch – Search the Web Through Timelines
http://www.timesearch.info/

TimeSearch is a search engine devised by Bamber Gascoigne and designed by Ian Henghes, who are fellow directors of the educational website HistoryWorld. It is an early example of the post-Google generation of online search tools, capable of being more finely tuned to the individual needs of the user. In the case of TimeSearch the user will be anyone interested in history. This may sound restricting. But yesterday is history. After lunch, this morning is history. The raw material of TimeSearch is events of any kind, whenever they may have happened. By delivering them in the form of timelines, the programme introduces the valuable element of chance discovery. In a conventional search engine you need to know roughly what you are looking for before you can type it into the Search panel. With TimeSearch you only need to say what areas or themes interest you, and at what period, before you discover what surprises history may deliver. A previously unknown event may turn out to be just what you were looking for. And it not only arrives with its own built-in search mechanism. It even lets you decide which site or sites you wish to search – for related information or images. TimeSearch already has nearly 10,000 events in its timelines, and it is growing fast. This material is a spin-off from HistoryWorld, and the TimeSearch project – launched in 2007 – therefore derives ultimately from the origins of HistoryWorld a dozen years before. It is managed by the same team of five who have run HistoryWorld since its launch. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Updated> Student Research Resources White Paper Link Compilation

February 23, 2012

Updated> Student Research Resources White Paper Link Compilation
http://www.StudentResearch.info/

I have just updated my white paper link compilation for Student Research Subject Tracer™. It is a 33 page .pdf document 262KB covering all areas for student research! [Updated April 23, 2012] Other white papers are available by clicking here.

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Wajam – What Your Friends Have Shared

February 23, 2012

 

Wajam – What Your Friends Have Shared
http://www.wajam.com/

Wajam is a social search extension for your browser. You and your friends share lots of great content on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Wajam lets you find that content when you search with Google, Bing, Yahoo, Amazon, Facebook Twitter and Blekko. You can use Wajam with Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer. You can search in Google, Bing, Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter, Blekko, Amazon, Yelp, Trip Advisor, IMDB, Wikipedia, Ebay, Overstock, Ask, Best Buy, Shopping.com, Mahalo, and Walmart. At the moment, you can only log-in with your Facebook or Twitter accounts. When you do a search in Google, Bing, Yahoo, Amazon, Facebook Twitter or Blekko, you’ll find your most relevant Wajam result at the top of your search results. Along with this result you’ll find information about who shared the item, any comments they made about it, and how many other friends also shared that same piece of content. Above your top Wajam result, you’ll find a breakdown of friends who have shared the most content that’s related to your search. If you’ve saved or shared any results that are related to your search term then you’ll be listed first, so it’s easy to find your content again. To see your top 11 Wajam results for your search term, click View more results from friends. To see results for your search term that were shared by a specific friend, click on their name if it appears above your Wajam result, or click on +317 friends (number taken from image above). If a Wajam result was shared by multiple people, you will see Shared by # friends next to the URL. Click on this link to see all the comments about the item. To sort your results by newest or oldest, click Options, then click Newest or Oldest. To filter results by source, click Options, then click on the source(s) that you’d like to filter out. All of the sources that you’ve added that have relevant results for your search term will automatically be selected. Not finding what you’re looking for? Try clicking on one of the search terms under your top result. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Developing Country Studies

February 23, 2012

 

Developing Country Studies
http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/DCS

The journal publishes original papers at the forefront of social, economical, trade and legislative issues related to developing countries. Developing Country Studies is available free of charge as an Open Access journal on the Internet. Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

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StatSilk – Interactive Maps and Visualizations

February 23, 2012

 

StatSilk – Interactive Maps and Visualizations
http://www.statsilk.com/

StatSilk offers a range of web-based and desktop software to cater to diverse mapping and visualization needs. Their software has a common purpose: to make data analysis easy, efficient and enjoyable. They firmly believe that software should adapt to your needs, and not the other way around. Try out the award-winning StatPlanet software to create interactive maps and graphs. Or have a look at the software overview to find out which software best suits your needs. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Updated> Student Research Resources White Paper Link Compilation

February 23, 2012

Updated> Student Research Resources White Paper Link Compilation
http://www.StudentResearch.info/

I have just updated my white paper link compilation for Student Research Subject Tracer™. It is a 33 page .pdf document 262KB covering all areas for student research! [Updated April 23, 2012] Other white papers are available by clicking here.

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Wajam – What Your Friends Have Shared

February 23, 2012

 

Wajam – What Your Friends Have Shared
http://www.wajam.com/

Wajam is a social search extension for your browser. You and your friends share lots of great content on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Wajam lets you find that content when you search with Google, Bing, Yahoo, Amazon, Facebook Twitter and Blekko. You can use Wajam with Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer. You can search in Google, Bing, Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter, Blekko, Amazon, Yelp, Trip Advisor, IMDB, Wikipedia, Ebay, Overstock, Ask, Best Buy, Shopping.com, Mahalo, and Walmart. At the moment, you can only log-in with your Facebook or Twitter accounts. When you do a search in Google, Bing, Yahoo, Amazon, Facebook Twitter or Blekko, you’ll find your most relevant Wajam result at the top of your search results. Along with this result you’ll find information about who shared the item, any comments they made about it, and how many other friends also shared that same piece of content. Above your top Wajam result, you’ll find a breakdown of friends who have shared the most content that’s related to your search. If you’ve saved or shared any results that are related to your search term then you’ll be listed first, so it’s easy to find your content again. To see your top 11 Wajam results for your search term, click View more results from friends. To see results for your search term that were shared by a specific friend, click on their name if it appears above your Wajam result, or click on +317 friends (number taken from image above). If a Wajam result was shared by multiple people, you will see Shared by # friends next to the URL. Click on this link to see all the comments about the item. To sort your results by newest or oldest, click Options, then click Newest or Oldest. To filter results by source, click Options, then click on the source(s) that you’d like to filter out. All of the sources that you’ve added that have relevant results for your search term will automatically be selected. Not finding what you’re looking for? Try clicking on one of the search terms under your top result. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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