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FORTUNE : China is Now Close to Parity With the U.S. on the Global 500 , a Sign of the Country’s Growing Power | USA needsEditing Komal Neha Sonu neeraj
AS THE CHINESE CENTURY nears its third decade, Fortune’s Global 500 shows how profoundly the world’s balance of power is shifting. American companies account for 121 of the world’s largest corporations by revenue. Chinese companies account for 119. Yes, America is still No. 1, barely, but it seems inevitable that it will give up that title, probably next year. For the first time since the debut of the Global 500 in 1990, and arguably for the first time since World War II, a nation other than the
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Bloomberg : Meet the 11 ordinary twenty somethings with $250 billion riding on their lives needsEditing
The fate of the world’s largest exchange-traded fund rests on the health of a group of twenty-somethings.
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Bloomberg  :  Meet  the  11  ordinary  twenty  somethings  with  $250  billion  riding  on  their  lives  needsEditing 
13 days ago by neerajsinghvns
20190618 ; HIPAA meeting with bob grant; SECURITY policy review; examples; - YouTube
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how  to  share  this  page  with  a  friend  link  screencastomatic  HowTo  20190516  training  HTGFATS 
may 2019 by neerajsinghvns
20190503-2340-How to share a web page from www.AverageToSmart.com
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20190503  How  to  share  a  web  page  with  friend  HTGFATS  link 
may 2019 by neerajsinghvns
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20190503  how  to  share  this  page  with  a  friend  HTGFATS 
may 2019 by neerajsinghvns
CreateHive Blog - An easy read for all web and graphic design lovers.
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example  when  posting  to  facebook  an  image  also  shows  up  figure  out  how  do  this  ;  float  floater  bar  with  twitter  google  plus  linked  in  pinterest  icons 
april 2019 by neerajsinghvns
How to pause record on screencast o matic with out hitting the record button EASY!!!!!! - YouTube
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00:00 to 05:15; setting up the computer to show audience how to pause using Alt+P.
05:15; start watching.
howTo  pause  record  on  screencastomatic  with  out  hitting  the  button  EASY!!!!!!  -  YouTube  video  needsEditing  Ronit 
april 2019 by neerajsinghvns
Schlage Z-Wave Home Keypad Lever, Aged Bronze, FE599NX CAM 716 ACC 716, Works with Alexa via SmartThings - Door Handles - Amazon.com
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As an example of just how useful these things are, we have this installed at a vacation home 100 miles away. This past week, the temperatures plummeted and I was very worried about the pipes freezing. I called a neighbor and asked him to check on the house and to leave the faucets on a trickle to prevent them from freezing. In the time it took him to walk over to our house, I was able to provision a code on my iPhone which worked perfectly. We will also be able to use it to set up codes remotely for guests who want to borrow the house, housekeepers, handymen, plumbers, and others without having to distribute and collect physical keys. All of that convenience and peace of mind is worth the price of the lock, in my opinion.
Schlage  Z-Wave  Home  Keypad  Lever  Aged  Bronze  FE599NX  CAM  716  ACC  Works  with  Alexa  via  SmartThings  -  Door  Handles  Amazon  smart  lock  locks 
april 2019 by neerajsinghvns
How to Create Business Email & Use it with Gmail for Free
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howTo  How  to  Create  Business  Email  &  Use  it  with  Gmail  for  Free  averageToSmart 
march 2019 by neerajsinghvns
Marketing On Facebook - Get Massive Engagement With Facebook Ads [2019] - YouTube
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Marketing On Facebook - Get Massive Engagement With Facebook Ads [2019] - YouTube maurino Ruan Marinho ;;;
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04:20; google trends
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15:40; key words on "ahrefs"
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17:55; social media creates hype & attention.
18:04; social media will never compare to google in terms of conversion rate optimization.
18:15; real sales come from actual search engine.
18:20; ecommerce products are the only exception to this.
Marketing  On  Facebook  -  Get  Massive  Engagement  With  Ads  [2019]  YouTube  maurino  Ruan  Marinho  Google  Trends  key  words 
february 2019 by neerajsinghvns
Pint-sized Firetruck with a Punch | Yanko Design
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Pint-sized  Firetruck  with  a  Punch  |  Yanko  Design  india  needsEditing 
february 2019 by neerajsinghvns
How To Create a List Group with CSS
margin-top: -1px; /* Prevent double borders
How  To  Create  a  List  Group  with  CSS  w3schools  prevent  double  border 
december 2018 by neerajsinghvns
Publish your book with Pages - Apple Support
https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208716 ;;;
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Publish  your  book  with  Pages  -  Apple  Support  needsEditing  questionable  ebook  ibook  iBooks 
december 2018 by neerajsinghvns
iTunes - Working with iTunes - Sell Your Content - Sell Your Books - Apple
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iTunes  -  Working  with  Sell  Your  Content  Books  Apple  HowTo 
december 2018 by neerajsinghvns
CSS Multiple Backgrounds
https://www.w3schools.com/css/css3_backgrounds.asp
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You could also use different background properties on a <div> to create a hero image (a large image with text), and place it where you want.
w3schools  CSS  HTML  landing  page  with  full  screen  and1  multiple  background  image  and2  button  needsEditing 
december 2018 by neerajsinghvns
Full Screen Landing Page Image with HTML & CSS [How-To] - YouTube
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Full  Screen  Landing  Page  Image  with  HTML  &  CSS  [How-To]  -  YouTube  |  video  website  Like  Tesla  multiple  images  on  the  home 
november 2018 by neerajsinghvns
TILE with a REPLACEABLE BATTERY - FULL REVIEW - YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYjcWIV-KUY ;;;
03:15; how to change battery ;;;
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TILE  with  a  REPLACEABLE  BATTERY  -  FULL  REVIEW  YouTube  |  video  theTileApp  howTo  change  button  cell  CR1632 
november 2018 by neerajsinghvns
OneLogin Reviews: Overview, Pricing and Features
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OneLogin  Reviews  :  Overview  Pricing  and  Features  paywall  software  review  compare  comparison  with  competitor  competitors 
november 2018 by neerajsinghvns
Highlighting Text | Working with Text in HTML | Peachpit
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Since mark is new in HTML5, older browsers don’t render a background color by default. You can instruct them to do so by adding mark { background-color: yellow; } to your style sheet.
Highlighting  Text  |  Working  with  in  HTML  ||  Peachpit  |||  mark  needsEditing  css  Search  searchFor 
november 2018 by neerajsinghvns
(26) Gerrymandering: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) - YouTube
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Gerrymandering  :  Last  Week  Tonight  with  John  Oliver  (  HBO  )  -  YouTube  video 
november 2018 by neerajsinghvns
Homophones: the Most Confusing Words in English (a List with Meanings)
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Homophones  :  the  Most  Confusing  Words  in  English  (a  List  with  Meanings)  |  HTGFATS  dictionary  homograph  homonym  Heteronym  heterograph  synonym  antonym  needsEditing  Homophone 
november 2018 by neerajsinghvns
Get started with Adobe Dreamweaver
https://helpx.adobe.com/dreamweaver/get-started.html ;;;
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questionable  Get  Getting  started  with  Adobe  Dreamweaver  |  design  responsive  site  sites  using  bootstrap 
october 2018 by neerajsinghvns
Collaborate with us – because facts really do matter – Come collaborate with us, because facts really do matter
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october 2018 by neerajsinghvns
sushila-gupta | nxsvns
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nxsvns  wordPress  link  to  page  with  poems  and  essays  by  SXG  sushila  gupta  sushilaGupta 
october 2018 by neerajsinghvns
Smashwords – How to Publish an ebook with Smashwords | Ebooks Publishing, Distribution & Marketing Tools
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Smashwords    How  to  Publish  an  ebook  with  |  Ebooks  Publishing  Distribution  &  Marketing  Tools  needsEditing 
august 2018 by neerajsinghvns
The $250 Biohack That’s Revolutionizing Life With Diabetes - Bloomberg
The $250 Biohack That’s Revolutionizing Life With Diabetes
DIYers used a security flaw to bypass the $8.3 billion insulin delivery business with a cobbled-together artificial pancreas.
More stories by Naomi Kresge
August 8, 2018, 5:00 AM EDT
When her daughter, Sydney, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 8, Kate Farnsworth stopped sleeping through the night. She’d set the alarm for 3 a.m. so she or her husband, Dave, could prick the girl’s fingers and check her blood sugar. If the results were worrisome, they’d adjust her insulin and keep checking every 15 minutes. At 6 a.m., another alarm went off to signal the next insulin dose, but by then, Kate had usually snapped awake again already. When Sydney got home from school each afternoon, Kate was there to check her glucose level. “Diabetes is one of the only diseases where you’re sent a prescription and have to adjust the dosage on your own” forever, Kate says. For Sydney, the biggest worry was “how I wouldn’t ever be normal again.”
Two exhausting years in, Kate found the beginnings of an alternative in an online forum. A loose confederation of do-it-yourselfers were working on a system that would eventually help link an insulin pump to a glucose monitor and connect both to a smartphone app. The idea was that the wearer—or her parents—could track and adjust her blood sugar, in person or from afar. That would mean fewer pinpricks, and far fewer alarms, because her blood sugar would stay out of the danger zone. Most of the time, the contraption would be able to regulate the wearer’s insulin itself.
Sydney Farnsworth (left) and her mother, Kate.
Photographer: Mark Sommerfeld for Bloomberg Businessweek
Two long years after that, Kate, a graphic artist in the Toronto suburbs, was able to follow the community’s step-by-step instructions and build her daughter what amounted to an artificial pancreas, the organ that regulates blood sugar. Suddenly, the Farnsworths could take a breath. Sydney, now 15, is still using an updated version of that DIY system, which, because a fellow DIYer donated the pump, cost only $250 to make. “I’m really happy with where I am now,” she says. “It’s so simple to just click a button and give insulin while I’m on my phone.” The app she uses, connected to a sensor under her skin, keeps monitoring her whether she’s sleeping, taking a math quiz, or doing jumps on her snowboard. “It has totally changed the way we manage diabetes,” Kate Farnsworth says.
Twenty years ago, internet utopians envisioned scientific innovation gradually becoming more open-source. Instead, most amateur “biohacking” has remained fringe-y and often focused on aesthetics—inserting lights under the skin as a fashion statement, for example. But like the prosthetic arm a teenager built himself out of Legos, the device keeping Sydney alive is a rare example of the idea working out, at least in microcosm. By some estimates, as many as 2,000 people around the world have used a home-built pancreas, cobbled together mostly via social media and the free-code clearinghouse GitHub. Tech support consists of parents and patients who use Facebook Messenger or email to help newcomers fix bugs or revive busted equipment. There are plenty of potential converts: In the U.S. alone, about 1.3 million people have Type 1 diabetes, and there are indications the technology could also help some sufferers of Type 2, the group that accounts for most of the world’s 422 million diabetes cases.
Although no users have reported a disastrous malfunction, trusting your life (or your child’s) to a DIY pancreas carries obvious risks. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is years away from approving a comparably flexible and automated rig for sale. “You’ve got a group that is circumventing all of the controls that are in place,” says Hooman Hakami, president of the diabetes group at Medtronic Plc, the leader in the $8.3 billion market for old-school diabetes devices. “I can show you what a few of our engineers have put together over a weekend, and it would blow you away. But we don’t call that a finished product. We call that a prototype.”
So far, though, the rough-and-tumble version is way ahead of the market. Apple Inc. and Eli Lilly & Co. have hired DIYers, and Medtronic’s latest FDA-approved product can now do most of the things the Farnsworths’ system can—for $7,000, before insurance. It’s not hard to understand why diabetics and their loved ones might opt for the Farnsworth model, says Courtney Lias, who oversees chemistry and toxicology devices at the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health. “You can do everything on your phone except manage diabetes,” Lias says. “You should be able to do that, too.”
The DIY pancreas movement would never have happened if not for a Medtronic blunder. In 2011 a pair of security researchers alerted the public that the wireless radio frequency links in some of the company’s best-selling insulin pumps had been left open to hackers. Medtronic closed the loophole after the researchers warned of risks to patients, but it never recalled the devices, leaving thousands in circulation.
By then, Ben West, a programmer and diabetes patient in San Francisco, had decided to hack the pump. “This is not what I wanted,” he says. “This is all a last-ditch effort.” He says he’d been careful to use his existing pump as directed but still wound up in the hospital more than once when his blood sugar veered dangerously high or low. He despised needing to retreat to the corner of a party to prick his finger and test his blood sugar, and he couldn’t stand how his pump itched and came unstuck during yoga.
The Artificial Pancreas
Source: Loop Docs
Working evenings, weekends, and vacations for five years, West reverse-engineered the pump’s communications code, making it possible to send the device instructions. During that time, a group of DIYers calling themselves Nightscout figured out how to relay data from glucose monitors to a smartphone or watch, so parents could monitor kids’ blood sugar levels remotely. Theirs were the instructions Kate Farnsworth followed to build a homemade wireless link for Sydney’s glucose monitor and do the coding needed to create a custom display for the Pebble, an early smartwatch. Kate could then watch Sydney’s blood sugar move on her watch in real time during the day, texting her daughter if she saw any irregularities. And Sydney could watch her blood sugar move without drawing attention to herself in class.
In June 2014, West met Seattle couple Dana Lewis and Scott Leibrand, who had written an algorithm that could suggest insulin doses. The next step, they decided, was to automate the insulin pump using software. The three traded ideas on GitHub and at the Twitter office where Leibrand worked. By December, Lewis, who has diabetes, had hooked up her new artificial pancreas. At first, she intended to use it only while she slept, but it left her so well-rested that she kept it on during the day. “It has constantly surpassed my expectations,” she says.
West, Lewis, and Leibrand posted their work in early 2015. It was intimidating for nonprogrammers such as Kate Farnsworth to try to replicate, but when DIY coder Nate Racklyeft created Loop, a more user-friendly version for the iPhone, Farnsworth decided to try it out. Yet another DIYer gave her an old, hackable Medtronic pump, which she connected to a glucose monitor and the app using a tiny Bluetooth-equipped computer called a RileyLink. It was designed by Minnesotan DIYer Pete Schwamb, whose daughter, Riley, has diabetes.
In 2016, with the components spread out on the desk in her home office, Farnsworth decided to test the system with water and without Sydney, by then 13, attached. She filled the pump and aimed its tube into a napkin, watching it spit out tiny jets of faux insulin as the app showed her daughter’s blood sugar rise and fall. “I could see the logic of it,” she says. After two days, she was satisfied everything worked properly, and on a weekend when the family had no other plans, they tried it out for real. “That was the first night I slept through the night in years,” she says.
Kate applies the glucose monitor to Sydney.
Photographer: Mark Sommerfeld for Bloomberg Businessweek
Farnsworth set up a Facebook group called Looped to help other parents follow her lead. Today it has more than 4,000 members, and Farnsworth spends several hours a day answering messages from curious parents. “They know their kids the best,” she says, “and sometimes technology or medicine is slower and doesn’t know what we need as much as we do.” Loop volunteers have shipped about 2,000 RileyLinks, built by a Kentucky company that mostly makes parts for electric guitars, as far away as China and Sierra Leone.
Nightscout, the DIY group, has grown from five families in April 2014 to some 55,000 people in 33 countries. A European team recently created an app for Android phones and cracked the code in a popular pump from Roche Holding AG. About 50 people signed up for the Android system last month, says developer Milos Kozak.
On a warm weekend in late May, Kozak hosted about 20 DIYers from around Europe in Prague. Accustomed to conversing via Gitter, a chat platform for open-source coders, it was the first time many had met in person. The youngest of the group was 15-year-old Tebbe Ubben, who’d helped build his own artificial pancreas and had traveled by train from rural Germany. “If I can showcase something that results in a manufactured product changing, that’s exactly what I want,” says Jon Hudson, a U.K. software engineer who helped Ubben with his rig.
At least one big device maker has given up on the artificial pancreas. Johnson & Johnson shut down its project last year, saying it could no longer charge enough for its hardware to make further research and development worth its while. Despite shrinking profit margins, however, the DIY projects have helped stir industry … [more]
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august 2018 by neerajsinghvns
How to Install a Safety Grab Bar with the World's Strongest Fastener - YouTube
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How  to  Install  a  Safety  Grab  Bar  with  the  World's  Strongest  Fastener  -  YouTube  |  bathRoom  room#5 
august 2018 by neerajsinghvns
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How to Carry Building Materials with Your Car
How  to  Carry  Building  Materials  with  Your  Car  YouTube  video  dan  pattinson  2x4  2by4  on  the  roof  of  or  van  needsEditing  questionable 
july 2018 by neerajsinghvns
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