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Here’s the lineup for the June 3, 2014 NY Tech Meetup (listed in alpha order): CommonKey www.commonkey.com @commonkey CommonKey: Securely manage and share access to all your company cloud apps. Floored www.floored.com @floored3d Floored: A 3D scanning & data visualization company for real estate applications. Glimpse www.WeNeedGlimpse.com @WeNeedGlimpse With unique camera features and military grade encryption, Glimpse is the most fun way to send private messages. Goodnikels www.goodnikels.com @gdnik Goodnikels: A skills-exchange platform supporting social enterprise using a time-based alternative currency system Jewliebots www.jewliebots.com @jewliebots Jewliebots: Programmable jewelry for teenage girls. Rukkus www.rukkus.com @joinTheRukkus Rukkus: The easiest way to find and buy the cheapest concert, sports, or theater tickets from your mobile phone. Simplist www.getsimplist.com @getsimplist Simplist is the best way for your team get the right people in the room. For recruiting or business development, getsimplist.com Social Bicycles www.socialbicycles.com @socialbicycles Social Bicycles uses mobile technology to advance local transportation. Hacks of the month - HackNYC Winners flyer penguin www.flyerpenguin.com Make a print-ready flyer from a Facebook event. moteio2048 www.bit.ly/moteio2048 moteio2048: Multiplayer and mote.io-compatible 2048 game 2048 Against Cancer www.2048againstcancer.com+ More details
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NYC BigApps BigBuild Queens: Perfecting Your Product at Fulchi Building, Queens on June 21 2014. http://nycbigappsbigbuild3.splashthat.com/ Session 4: Jen van der Meer, NYU ITP - Is my product a company? A non profit? Where can this go? @jenvandermeer - https://twitter.com/jenvandermeer SPONSORS NYC BigApps http://nycbigapps.com/ Coalition for Queens http://www.coalitionforqueens.org/ NY Designs http://nydesigns.org/ Falchi http://falchibuilding.com/ VIDEO SPONSOR: Internet Society New York Chapter http://isoc-ny.org #2734-04+ More details
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Download Template here: http://bit.ly/1joUkaq More Templates: http://bit.ly/1eOXlNt © PixFlow About Phantom HUD Infographic : Modern , professional and new style in HUD and infographics elements. Useful elements for making Technology and mysterious intros, previewing games, Tracking and match moving videos and etc. You can combine them (like intro part) to make awesome videos. Features : - Resolution : Up to 1920×1080 - Quick Time ( PNG + Alpha channel ) - Length : Up to 20 seconds ( Also you can render more in AE ) - You can use it in any video editor software like : After Effects, - - - Premiere, Apple motion, Final Cut, Avid and etc Package includes : - 31 Motion Graphics ( with Alpha Channel ) - + 15 ICONS ( with Alpha Channel ) - Full Documentation - After Effects files ( CS4 or above ) - Photoshop Files+ More details
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Discover how you can use MindMeld's Ranking Dashboard to tune your ranking parameters and generate code to paste into your app. Learn more at http://developer.expectlabs.com. TRANSCRIPT: In this screencast, I'll explain what the ranking dashboard is and how you can use it to customize the search quality and ranking of documents for your application. To access the dashboard, first, log in to your developer account. Click on your profile name, which will then take you to the management console. There, you will see a list of the applications you've created. If you have a free account, you may only see one application. Now, click on that application and scroll down, where you'll see links to all of our tools, for example our API Explorer, Crawl Manager, and Context Simulator. Now click on the Ranking Dashboard button and it will open the tool. The Ranking Dashboard tool allows developers to view tunable ranking factors. For example, if you have crawled news articles for your apps, then the ranking factors that might be useful for you to set are relevance, recency, and popularity. If you have a local business document set that includes crawled Yelp or Foursquare data, then the ranking factors that are important to you are proximity and relevance. Here are small information buttons with question marks next to each ranking factor. When you click on the button it takes you to our documentation page which explains each ranking factor in more detail: what it means, what the value range is, and how it impacts the document results and search quality. Also, take a look at the bottom of the ranking factors box. There are two boxes that say "history since" and "history until," which allows you to filter the uploaded session context to specific timeframes. Now I will show you how to tune the ranking for your document set. If you've already crawled the document set from your own website or from other third-party websites, and you already have a set of documents available in your application, you are ready to use the ranking dashboard. First, you need to create a session so you can post content or text entries to it. Based on the content that you post you'll see that there are document results on the right-hand side where it says "documents." If you click on the "create a new session" button with a plus sign a small window pops up where you can give it your own name or you can accept the default session name. Below it there is a small box that says, "create new text entry" where you can upload text entries to your session. The text entries become the context of your session and are used to query your indexed documents. For example, if your document set is related to news, you can say, "What's the latest about Facebook?" Go ahead and click "submit" so the text entry is posted to your session. Based on this context, you can see some entities are extracted and a set of documents are returned that are related to Facebook. Let's say initially you had a ranking factor of 0.5 for relevance and all other factors were 0. As a result, we see documents related to Facebook, but some of them are quite old, from couple of years ago. Since these are news articles, recency is important. Let's emphasize recency, which is the publication date of the news article. Set the recency to a non-zero value, say 0.5. Now you will see very recent documents at the top, and they are still related to Facebook. For time-sensitive documents, search quality will depend on when you last crawled the site and indexed fresh documents. If you crawled it a week ago, most of the documents would be from a week ago. You can always re-crawl the site using our Crawl Manager tool so you can have the newest documents float up to the top. And that is how you use the ranking dashboard. Thanks for watching!+ More details
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NYC BigApps BigBuild Queens: Perfecting Your Product at Fulchi Building, Queens on June 21 2014. http://nycbigappsbigbuild3.splashthat.com/ Session 3: Tami Reiss, Pivotal Labs - Demo This! (Rock your product demo) @tamireiss - https://twitter.com/tamireiss SPONSORS NYC BigApps http://nycbigapps.com/ Coalition for Queens http://www.coalitionforqueens.org/ NY Designs http://nydesigns.org/ Falchi http://falchibuilding.com/ VIDEO SPONSOR: Internet Society New York Chapter http://isoc-ny.org #2734-03+ More details
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