• Tutorial: Implementing Google+ API using OAuth 2.0 in PHP

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    Posted by Tebe Tensing on Nov 15, 2011 in Web Designing | 25 comments
    On September 15, 2011 Google released Google+ APIs to public. Google+ API is a programming interface to Google+. With the help of this API users can integrate apps or websites with Google+. Currently, Google+ API is in the initial stages of its development. It is not yet a full-fledged API that can support almost anything like Facebook API. Even Google+ itself is not full-fledged Social Network like its rival Facebook. Google engineers are adding more and more features to it, day by day. Recently Google+ Pages was launched which helps to build relationships with your users, encouraging them to spend more time engaging with your content. 25 labs have set up a Google+ Pag ... [leer más]

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  • Tersus: Home

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    Tersus is a Visual Programming Platform for creating rich web and mobile applications.Simply draw flow diagrams and Tersus will bring your application to life.Tersus is open source. 
    Free Download
    Tersus in IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages, September 19?21 2011, Pittsburgh
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    For best results, use  the Firefox browser..
    Copyright © 2003-2012 - Tersus Software Ltd., All rights reserved. Terms of Use     License                                                Graphic design by EmaraDesign
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  • IHeart Organizing: October Featured Space: Kitchen - Glasstacular!

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    I definitely wasn't kidding when I said we had some additional organizing to do in our cocina de Jones.
    Take this glass cabinet for example!
    Not only is there some mis-matched glassware, but again, we were bursting at the seems and having to stack mugs upon one another....
    I decided the biggest problem was all of our vino glasses.  And then I decided we needed some of these: Simple under cabinet wine glass holders.
    But I didn't want to put them under our cabinets, since our kitchen already feels quite small and I feared it would look slightly cluttered.
    Remember when we installed our two floating shelves in our kitchen?
    Bingo, perfect spot for some wine glass storage.  Since I was already stashing some sippy beverages there anyway!
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  • How a Bicycle is Made (1945)

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    The design and manufacture of Raleigh bicycles. Find out more information about this title at britishcouncil.org/film. ... [leer más]

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  • Northern Lights

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    After darkness had fallen, and when the stores and equipment had all been safely unloaded and stood in waiting on the quay, Farder Coram and Lyra walked along the waterfront and looked for Einarsson's Bar. They found it easily enough: a crude concrete shed with a red neon sign flashing irregularly over the door and the sound of loud voices through the condensation-frosted windows.
    A pitted alley beside it led to a sheet-metal gate into a rear yard, where a lean-to shed stood crazily over a floor of frozen mud. Dim light through the rear window of the bar showed a vast pale form crouching upright and gnawing at a haunch of meat which it held in both hands.
    (Philip Pullman)

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  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

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    The story opens in the small village of Little Hangleton at "The Riddle House." Many villagers still call it that, even though many years have passed since the Riddle family actually lived there. Atop a hill overlooking the village, the former manor was the largest building in the area.
    The house has a creepy reputation. Half a century ago, the Riddle family, including the son, then about thirty years old, and his parents, were found dead in the living room. Frank Bryce, the Riddles' gardener, was arrested on suspicion of homicide but was released when it was determined the victims were not murdered; they simply died. But the villagers remain suspicious that Frank was responsible. ... [leer más]
    (J.K. Rowling)

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  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows

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    Still upset, Hermione timidly brings Harry tea and shows him Rita Skeeter's book, The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore that she took from Bathilda Bagshot's house. A note sticking out reads: Dear Batty, Thanks for your help. Here's a copy of the book, hope you like it. You said everything, even if you don't remember it. Rita
    Harry assures Hermione that he is not angry about his wand, it was only an accident, and he is grateful to her for saving his life. As he rifles through the book, Harry feels perverse pleasure-now he will know Dumbledore's secrets. Harry sees photos of a young Dumbledore and the handsome companion he recognizes as the thief in Gregorovitch's memory. ... [leer más]
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  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows

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    The next morning, Harry is still mourning his lost wand. Without it he feels weak, vulnerable, and stripped naked, as if his magical power died with it. He tucks the broken halves, barely held together by the damaged Phoenix feather, into the Mokeskin pouch around his neck. The Snitch is also inside, and Harry is momentarily tempted to toss it, believing it is as useless as everything else Dumbledore left behind. His fury at Dumbledore is unleashed. In desperation they had gone to Godric's Hollow, believing it held answers and would lead to some secret path laid out by Dumbledore. ... [leer más]
    (J.K. Rowling)

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  • Roman Empire and the Gothic Kingdom

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    ... their name -Vandalusia, modern Andalusia, in Spain. The Byzantines established an enclave, Spania, in the south, with the intention of reviving the Roman empire throughout Iberia. Eventually, however, Hispania was reunited infer Visigothic rule. ... [leer más]
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  • Roman Empire and the Gothic Kingdom

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    ... Suevi and Vandals, together with the Sarmatian Alans crossed the Rhine and raveged Gaul until the Visigoths drove them into Iberia that same year. The Suevi established a kingdom in what is todaymodern Galica and northern Portugal. As the western empire disintegrated, the social and economic base became greatly simplifiel: but even in modified form, the successor regimes maintained many of the institutions and laws of the late empire, including Christianity. TheAlans' allies, the Hasdingi Vandals, established a kingdom in Gallaecia, too, occupying largely the same region but estending farther south to the Duero river. TheSilingi Vandals occupied the region that still bears a form of ... ... [leer más]
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  • Roman Empire and the Gothic Kingdom

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    ... Local leaders were admitted into the Roman aristocaratic class. Hispania served as a granary ofr the Roman market, and its harbors exported gold, wool, olive oil, ans wine. Agricultural production increased with the introduction of irrigation projects, some of which remain in use. Emperors Trajan, TheodosiusI, and the philosopher Seneca were born in Hispania. Christianity was introduced into Hispania in the 1 st century CE and it became popular in the cities in the 2nd century CE. Most of Spain's present languages and religion, and the basis of its laws, originate from this period. The weakening of the Western Roman Empire's jurisdiction in Hispania began in 409, when the Germanic ... ... [leer más]
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  • Prehistory and pre-Roman peoples

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    ... The two main historical peoples of the peninsula were the Iberians and the Celts. The Iberians inhabited the Mediterranean side from the norheast to the southeast. The Celts inhabited the Atlantic side, in the north, center (Celtiberian), northwest and suthwest part of the peninsula. Basque occupied the western area of the Pyrenees mountain range and adjaacent areas. In the south of the peninsula appeared the semi-mythical city of Tartessos (c.1100 BC), whose flourishing trade in items made of gold and silver with the Phoenicians and Greeks is documented by Straboa and the Book of Solomon. Between about 500 BC and 300 BC, the seafaring Phoenicians and Greeks foundedtrading colonies ... ... [leer más]
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  • SPAIN, HISTORY. Prehistoric Iberia.

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    Archaeological research at Atapuerca indicates the Iberian Peninsula was populated by hominids 1.2 million years ago.[10] Modern humans first arrived in Iberia,from the north on foot,about 32,000 years ago. The best known artifacts of these prehistoric human settlements are the famouspaintings in the Altamira cave of Cantabria in northern Iberia, which were created about 15,000 BCE by cro-magnons. Archaeological and genetic evidence strongly suggests that the Iberian Peninsula acted as one of several major refugia from which northern Europe was repopulated following the end of the last ice age. ... [leer más]
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  • SPAIN, HISTORY.

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    ... strongest kingdom in Europe and the leading world power for a century and a half. Continued wars and other problems eventually led to a diminished status. The Napoleonic invasions of Spain led to chaos, triggering independence movements that tore apart most of the empiere and left the country politically unstable. Prior to the Second World War, Spain suffered a devastating civil war and came under the rule of an authoritarian government, whose rule oversaw a period of stagnation but that finished with a powerful economic surge. Eventually democracy was peacefully restored in the form of a parliamentary constitutional monarchy. In 1986, Spain joined the European Union, experiencing a ... ... [leer más]
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  • SPAIN, ETYMOLOGY, HISTORY.

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    ... word spy, meaning "to forge metals". Therefore i-spn-ya would mean "the land where metals are forged". HISTORY: (main article: History of Spain).- The Iberian peninsula enters written records as a land populated largly by the Iberians, Basques an Celts. After an arduos conquest, the peninsula came under the rule of Rome. During the early Middle Ages it came under Germanic rule but later, it was conquered by Moorish invaders from North Africa. In a process that took centuirs, the small Christian kingdoms in the north gradually regained control of the peninsula. The last Moorish kingdom fell in the same year columbus reached the Americas. A global empire began which saw Spain become the .. ... [leer más]
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  • SPAIN, ETYMOLOGY.

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    ... It may also be a derivation of the Punic "Ispanihad", meaning "land of rabbits" or "edge", a reference to Spain's location at the end of the Mediterranean; Roman coins struck in the region from the reign of Hadrian show a female figure with a coney at her feet. There are also claims that "España" derives from the Basque word Ezpanna meaning "edge" or "border", another reference to the fact that the Iberian peninsula constitutes the suthwest of the European continent. The humanist Antonio de Nebrija proposed that the word "Hispania" evolved from the Iberian word Hispalis, meaning "city of the western world". Jesús Luis Cunchillos argues that the roo ... [leer más]
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  • SPAIN, ETYMOLOGY.

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    The true origins of the name "España" and its cognates "Spain" and "Spanish" are disputed. The ancient Roman name for Iberia, "Hispania", may derive from poetic use of the term "Hesperia" to refer to Sain, reflecting the Greek perception of Italy as a "western land" or "land of the setting sun" (Hesperia, in Greek) and Spain, being still further west, as "Hesperia ultima". ... [leer más]
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  • SPAIN

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    ... Spain is a democracy organised in the form of a parliamentary government under a constitutional monarchy. It is a developed country with the twelfth largest economy in the world by nominal GDP, and very high living standards, including the tenth-highest quality of life index rating in the world, as of 2005. It is a member of the United Nations, European Union, NATO, OECD, and WTO. ... [leer más]
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  • SPAIN

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    ... Because of its location, the territory of Spain was subject o many external influences since prehistoric times and through to its dawn as a country. Spain emerged as a unified country in the 15th century, following the marriage of the Catholic Monarchs and the completion of the reconquest, or "Reconquista", of the Iberian peninsula in 1492. Conversely, it has been an important source of influence to other regions, chifly during the modern era, when it became a global empire that has left a legacy of over 500 million Spanish speakers today, making it the world's second most spoken first language. ... [leer más]
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  • SPAIN

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    ... Spanish territory also includes the Baleary Islands in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the Africancoast, and two autonomous cities in NorthAfrica, Ceuta and Melilla, that border Morocco. Furthermore, the town of Llivia is a Sapanish exclave situated inside French territory. With an area of 504,030 square kilometrres (194,610 sq mi), it is the second largest country in Western Europe and the European Union after France, and the fourth largest country in Europe after Russia, Ukrainea and France. ... [leer más]
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