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Twitter says few users have opted out of its new, algorithmic timeline - Despite reports to the contrary, Twitter’s new algorithmic timeline, announced last month, has only now reached all of Twitter’s user base. That being said, the company does have some early data on how well this updated timeline experience has been performing so far. According... http://tvseriesfullepisodes.com/index.php/2016/03/18/twitter-says-few-users-have-opted-out-of-its-new-algori

@pure360 @danzarella I'm a bit late (ahem) with this #emailmarketing timing infographic. However, it's a stonker and a half - well worth consideration. Always best to use your own noodle first though...

@pure360 @danzarella I'm a bit late (ahem) with this #emailmarketing timing infographic. However, it's a stonker and a half - well worth consideration. Always best to use your own noodle first though...

From NAHT - Faith schools not the answer to boosting social mobility, says NAHT http://wp.me/p7aCDO-cmr

Why Investments in Early Childhood Work The data show that the greatest challenges facing our country – from school dropout rates, to crime to rising health-care costs, to the necessity of competing in the global marketplace – can only be met by focusing on the development of all our children, beginning at birth.

Magnitude 4.5 quake strikes Maine, felt in Boston

BREAKING (at 7:38pm ET on October 16, 2012) A 4.5-mag earthquake strikes Maine, felt in Boston

This picture again from the Newcastle Libraries flickr set shows two children like the brother and sister in the play, playing in North Shields in the early 1960s. The view of South Shields across the river still has many features visible today.

DataSift, Bitly Deal Will Reveal What Users Really Read

Great Post about DataSift and bitly capabilities by @The Wall Street Journal

Things That Make You Go Hmmmmm - Retirement -Social Security, age, moving, relocation, finance, savings, early, hobbies, nursing homes - City-Data Forum

This KIDS COUNT data snapshot from the Annie E. Casey Foundation finds 80 percent of fourth-graders from low-income families in the U.S. and 66 percent of all fourth-graders are not reading at grade level.