Monthly Archives: November 2014

How to Protect Your Reputation and Brand Yourself as an Expert

The internet has completely changed every aspect of our lives and how people find information online. No matter what the reason is for someone using the internet, their journey usually starts with a…   Source:  

On Comet 67P, Philae conks out, as battery dies –

After an improbable 10-year, 310-million-mile journey to become the first ever space vehicle to make a soft landing on a comet, the Philae probe may have ended its mission prematurely. Its batteries have run down, said the European Space Agency. “Philae has fallen into ‘idle mode’ for a potential… Source:  

Slick informant has star role in feds’ Miami extortion trial | The Miami Herald

Although he admits to a string of past crimes and lies, a former Colombian drug trafficker turned federal informant has taken center stage as a key witness in a corruption case against an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent.   Source:  

Camara On Wheels

The Psychology Behind Choosing a Killer Domain Name

Choosing a domain name is one of the most important decisions you will make for your business. Your domain name characterizes your business, labels your business, and will stick with your business for a long time. In most cases, you should choose a domain name at the same time you choose your business name. When… Read more »

Philae lander makes historic touchdown on comet | Science | The Guardian

Safe landing gives scientists their first chance to ride a comet and study close up what happens as it gets closer to the sun. The signal broke a seven-hour wait of agonising intensity and sparked scenes of jubilation at the European Space Agency’s mission control in Darmstadt. The team in charge of the Rosetta mission… Read more »

BBC News – Rosetta: concerns for comet lander after uneven landing

Rosetta: concerns for comet lander after uneven landing After a historic but awkward comet landing, the robot probe Philae is now stable and sending pictures – but there are concerns about its battery life. After two bounces, the first one about 1km back out into space, the lander settled in the shadow of a cliff,… Read more »