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Mary Sacco

Mary Sacco

I am strong, competitive and self-driven academic freelance writer passionate about life and work, seeking freelancing writing assignments, Writing articles, PR, news and blogs, Ability to take complex data and present it in an easy-to-understand manner. I have done Graduation in Arts & Humanities and I have Bachelor’s Degree in English or journalism, communications. Currently I am working with AIRS as a freelance writer.
18
Sep

Facebook can now give you a 'guided tour' of 360-degree videos

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Facebook is making its 360-degree videos more immersive and easier to navigate.   The social network introduced a new "guide" feature that allows users to highlight specific portions of the video before posting it. The feature launched alongside a bigger update... Continue reading
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18
Sep

WhatsApp tells Indian court it won't share messages with Facebook

Posted by on in Internet Privacy
WhatsApp has an Indian court that recent changes in its terms and condition won’t “endanger” the privacy privacy of its users. However, If people are still concerned, WhatsApp reminded them that it isn't forcing anyone to use its app.   After... Continue reading
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31
Aug

Inside Facebook’s (Totally Insane, Unintentionally Gigantic, Hyperpartisan) Political-Media Machine

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Open your Facebook feed. What do you see? A photo of a close friend’s child. An automatically generated slide show commemorating six years of friendship between two acquaintances. An eerily on-target ad for something you’ve been meaning to buy. A funny... Continue reading
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25
Aug

Is running old content a social hack, a handy feature or a trick?

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We all know that there’s a veritable avalanche of content washing over us at all times, an ocean of news and analysis unlike anything we’ve seen since the early days of newspapers — so much that it’s impossible to read it... Continue reading
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14
Jun

Faster Internet: Surface plasmons could lead the way

Posted by on in Internet Search
LEIDEN, Netherlands, June 3 (UPI) -- Researchers in the Netherlands are studying surface plasmons in search of a fiber-optic breakthrough to pave the way for faster Internet technologies.   Most of the main drags that make up the Internet's information superhighway... Continue reading
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23
May

Google's Parsey McParseface helps machines understand English almost as well as humans

Posted by on in Search Engines
Understanding human language is easy for humans — not so for machines. Making them understand human sentences is one of the biggest challenges in today's field of artificial intelligence (AI).   Now, Google has open sourced its new English language parsing... Continue reading
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23
May

Court claims Google lost right to pull site from search results

Posted by on in Internet Research
You'd think that Google's search results would be protected in the US by free speech rights. Google gets to say what what shows up on its own site, right? However, one Florida court thinks differently. It recently determined that Google wasn't... Continue reading
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21
May

Google AMP has reached 125 million documents & is expanding to apps & recipe pages

Posted by on in Search Engines
AMP is growing and expanding. Here's some of the latest information from Google's Richard Gingras at Google I/O.   In addition to discussing Google’s beta test of a real-time indexing API, Google’s Richard Gingras also shared more data around the AMP... Continue reading
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20
Feb

4 New Recipes for Becoming a Top Researcher

Posted by on in Internet Research
One might think there’s no need to write any more cookbooks. There’s a vast amount of these available for all tastes. Still, new cookbooks are written all the time, because the buyers are there. It’s the same with advice about practising... Continue reading
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