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When building your website, you must understand what type of content you want to include to get a better ranking on the search engines. A law firm’s website is a major tool attorneys use to build and maintain their firm’s brand. It portrays their competence while conveying the type of law practice they offer. The quality of the website plays a role in whether or not clients would trust the lawyer. Therefore they need to…

SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Dec. 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Equature released its automated transcription service built directly into their recording software. Equature’s transcription automatically transcribes all audio captured by its recording system and aligns it with the call to easily listen and follow along throughout the transcription. Continue Reading Equature Transcription provides automated transcription of audio from 9-1-1 calls within the Equature recording system. Tweet this Equature Transcription is a first-of-its-kind transcription and full-text search engine. Equature…

Google is now rolling out continuous scroll on the desktop search results. Google initially brought continuous scroll to mobile search in October 2021 and now it is here for the desktop search results. Continous scroll is like infinite scroll but it does not go on infinitely, it stops after a few pages or so – which is why Google does not call it infinite scroll but rather continuous scroll. What continuous scroll looks like on…

Sponsored by Monday Properties and written by ARLnow, Startup Monday is a weekly column that highlights Arlington-based startups, founders, and local tech news. Monday Properties is proudly featuring 1515 Wilson Blvd in Rosslyn. There is nothing Clarendon resident David Kolton loves more than hyping up the ancient Roman superfood legume, the lupini. High in fiber and protein, the lupini fills you up quickly and keeps you satiated for longer. It is one of two plant-derived…

I don’t know about you, but I am so sick and tired of seeing deeply personal and identifiable private details about my family online. Despite all that I do to remove myself from the internet, private stuff pops up once in a while such as my home address or a photo that I made sure was set to private. There’s hope to get your personal details off the internet With so much of our data…

His new role “sits right at the nexus of critical infrastructure, security, and privacy, so it‘s a subject that speaks very closely to my heart,” Yonatan Zunger said on LinkedIn. Microsoft has hired Yonatan Zunger, once the “seniormost engineer” at Twitter and a 14-year-plus Google employee, whose tenure at the cloud computing vendor included work on Google Assistant and now-shttered social media network Google+. Zunger updated his LinkedIn social media account to show that Redmond,…

New Zealand is planning to bring in a law mandating Big Tech firms, such as Alphabet Inc (which owns Google) and Meta Platforms Inc (Facebook), to pay media firms for the local news content that appears on their feed. According to a Reuters report, the New Zealand Minister of Broadcasting, Willie Jackson, said on Sunday that the law would be on the lines of similar rules in Australia and Canada. Need for law Facebook and…

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For over 40 years, the data shared by engines with the user has been quite consistent: evaluation, depth, main line. Consider the Apple ][ program, Sargon III. Released in 1983 by Dan and Kathe Spracklen, here is what its output looked like: Aside from the time and node counts, it is essentially the same information. Sure, the strength and accuracy of that output has improved a thousandfold, but the type of the data has not.…

The travel industry is expanding significantly this year as it bounces back from the COVID-19 pandemic-led damages. According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNTWO), international tourism is on track to reach 65% of pre-pandemic levels by the end of this year. Approximately 700 million tourists traveled internationally between January and September, more than double the number recorded for the same period last year. Moreover, investors are gaining confidence as holiday reservations keep steady…