Blogs Sample Clauses

Blogs. Now is the time to catch business opportunities in sports Entrepreneurship captures and affects all areas of social life. We can see that entrepreneurs are expanding their field of activity as well as exploring and reaching new markets and industries. One such realm is the world of sports. If you eat and breathe sports, there are many ways to make money from it. Starting a sports business requires careful planning and smart advertising. Following other sports businesses is a great way to learn how to start a successful sports business. For inspiration, check out these sports businesses which are using entrepreneurial skills. • Sportsy Sportsy is a mobile training platform that makes it fun for kids and adults to learn, practice and become better at key skills in a variety of sports. Sportsy members have access to videos to help them learn the proper way to perform drills, special challenges to help them practice the way professional athletes do, and exclusive tips and tricks from professional athletes and coaches. Members can also compete against one another and upload videos of them playing to get feedback from Sportsy coaches. Sportsy covers 20 sports. • TeamSnap TeamSnap provides online organizational services and mobile applications for sports teams. TeamSnap helps athletes manage, coach or organize team sports or groups. The company allows players to access their roster, team schedule, member availability and payments. There is also a group-message option to connect with teammates. • Fancred Fancred’s mission is to unite the world’s sports fans by creating a new way to consume sports information and interact with other fans and members of their community. Fancred is social media network, focused on the passion sports fans have for their favorite teams. Fancred connects sports fans to one another with posts, photos, videos, live video, and live On-Air broadcasts, creating relationships, communities, and providing a vibrant experience during live sporting events. • CoachUp CoachUp matches users with skilled professionals in their area. All they need to do is enter their location and training goals, then browse through the results by distance, price, reviews and training types. From there, they can choose their coach and either message them for more information or book a meeting time. The coaches offer one-on-one training, camps and clinics, and virtual training. Be creative, be brave, contribute to sports. Sofija Pavlovic Credits: Ryan Graybill All you ...
Blogs. If you wish to discuss securities-related matters on a blog, then you must obtain pre-approval from the compliance department in order to facilitate the compliance oversight and recordkeeping required by the regulators. Your blog must identify your affiliation with Private Client Services2 and must indicate the state(s) in which you are securities registered and/or insurance-licensed and, hence, authorized to do business in, although the blog may be seen by those outside those jurisdictions. Also, if you include a hyperlink in your blog posting, additional required disclosures can be added. Non-securities-related discussions, such as those related to personal matters or approved outside business activities, may be posted on disclosed third-party blog websites. It is your responsibility to assure that discussions posted on these third-party websites do not touch upon securities-related topics.
Blogs. Blogs were originally conceived of as replacements for old-fashion diaries; private sites that could be easily edited from anywhere and could also be enriched with all sorts of media (e.g., photos, videos, music). According to recent estimates [108] [102], about 2.8M blog posts are published every day and globally more than 650 million users read blogs. In addition to a few, very important, commercial instances (e.g., Mashable, TechCrunch, Daily Beast), blogs are widely used by the tech community to share snippets of code, technical advice, and ideas. In contrast, the non-tech community generally uses blogs to share their thoughts, record recipes, give fashion advice, or to collect and document important moments in their lives (e.g., weddings, vacations). In their blog posts, people express personal feelings and opinions about life, products, recent news or events. Since many users treat their blogs as a personal diary, the language adopted and the entities cited can often allow the identification of many personal details. For example, it is not uncommon to find posts entitled” my 30th birthday” [28], which allow analysts to determine the age of the writer with high precision. Some posts may describe an evening out, mentioning identifiable landmarks (e.g.,” we got a cab to lower Manhattan”), places (e.g.,” Time’s Square was packed”) or venues (e.g.,” we had dinner at the Four Seasons”). Other posts offer clues about the gender of the writer, for example, comments about a new pair of shoes, relationship problems or a new dress might suggest a female writer, while opinions on the current situation of the stock market or the weekend’s sport results, increase the probability of facing a male blogger. While such details might help to identify the location, gender and age of the writer, the complexity of the language used in the posts makes it difficult to automatically identify the mood and attitude of the writer (e.g., happy, confused, frustrated) as well as the category of the post (e.g., sports, politics, history). Although difficult to achieve, automatic categorization of blog posts could be very useful in many occasions, for example while trying to summarize the opinion of the public about certain products or topics. There have already been many attempts to classify blog posts. In 2005, Gilad Mishne published a paper describing the early outcomes of his experiments leading to the development of Mood Views [62].Gilad used LiveJournal11 to gather about 850,0...
Blogs. University grants SSP the exclusive rights throughout the Term to provide Game Coverage and to provide commercial sponsorship or promotion in such “Game Coverage” on a blog or other similar means which features, describes, includes or discusses any University team in action as it occurs provided that the blog adheres to any Applicable Rules. The Parties anticipate that such blog will be made available on University’s OAS. Nothing herein shall prevent University from writing its own blog(s) provided that no University written blog relating to University Athletics may contain any commercial underwriting or commercial sponsorship of any kind. If either University or SSP become aware of any Violating Blog, University will take all reasonable actions to eliminate the Violating Blog.
Blogs. Blogs are periodically updated websites that chronologically compile texts or articles from one or more authors, with the most recent appearing first, where the author always has the freedom to leave what he or she believes to be relevant.Blogs have turned out to be an extraordinary complimentary mechanism for face-to-face teaching, undoubtedly encouraging interactivity and the active participation of students in teaching-learning processes. In this manner, students do not just receive content; they also incorporate news and comments related to the matters addressed in the teaching programs of the subjects.Taking into account the extremely positive results that have been obtained, we understand that the use of this type of tool should be generalized in the educational context.
Blogs. Because of the more informal nature of blogs, their titles and subheadings take sentence case. Titles of blog sites, however, are capitalized (title case) as well as italicized—for example, Education for All (GPE’s blog site).See also blogs in section 3.2.Board, the [the GPE Board] (capitalize)box titles (sentence case) See also table 5.1 in section 5.1.
Blogs. The earliest form of social media is seen to be blogs. In a blog the author posts content in a “reverse chronological order” (Kaplan & Haenlein, 2010, p. 63). Blogs are handled by one person, (the author), but viewers can comment on entries in the blog which is allowing a two- way communication. Organizations are starting to understand the advantage of this two-way communication that social media such as blogs provides, and are informing with updates about developments to customers, employees and other stakeholders (Kaplan &Haenlein, 2010, p. 66; Yan, 2011, p. 695).
Blogs. We may provide various open communication tools on our website, such as blog comments, blog posts, public chat, forums, message boards, newsgroups, product ratings and reviews, various social media services, etc. It is stated that the content posted by users of the above- mentioned communication tools is not always pre-screened or monitored hence any use of such tools should be done in an ethical manner and within the purview of law. By posting information or otherwise using any open communication tools as mentioned, you agree that you will not upload, post, share, or otherwise distribute any content that: is illegal, threatening, defamatory, abusive, harassing, degrading, intimidating, fraudulent, deceptive, invasive, racist, or contains any type of suggestive, inappropriate, or explicit language; infringes on any trademark, patent, trade secret, copyright, or other proprietary right of any party; contains any type of unauthorized or unsolicited advertising; impersonates any person or entity, including any Private Limited employees or representatives. We have the right at our sole discretion to remove any content that, we feel in our judgment does not comply with this User Agreement, along with any content that we feel is otherwise offensive, harmful, objectionable, inaccurate, or violates any 3rd party copyrights or trademarks. We are not responsible for any delay or failure in removing such content. If you post content that we choose to remove, you hereby consent to such removal, and consent to waive any claim against us. We do not assume any liability for any content posted by you or any other 3rd party users of our website. However, any content posted by you using any open communication tools on our website, provided that it doesn’t violate or infringe on any 3rd party copyrights or trademarks, becomes the property of MTS , and as such, gives us a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, exclusive license to reproduce, modify, adapt, translate, publish, publicly display and/or distribute as we see fit. This only refers and applies to content posted via open communication tools as described, and does not refer to information that is provided as part of the registration process, necessary in order to use our Resources. All information provided as part of our registration process is covered by our Privacy Policy. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless a digital property of MTS and its par...
Blogs one to many communications with personal opinions or professional firm’s blog.
Blogs. New web technology tool options on the Internet to share one’s views or opinions with other fellow professionals around the globe is being introduced in the form of Blogs/ Professional discussion forums is a part of web 2.0 technology. As mentioned, because of extensive use of web based informationand for the facilities of extension of remote log in individuals are availing facilities of meeting each other through their blogs.