An injured Jack Russell-type dog was found on the road at Magheroarty, Gortahork area (beside Coll’s pub) this evening. The kind person who found the dog has taken it to the vet’s office in Ramelton.The dog, which is tan in colour with white paws, is badly injured. It has a blue collar (with ‘Wow Bling’ written on it).There are no contact details on collar but someone’s family pet is missing tonight.INJURED FAMILY PET FOUND IN GORTAHORK AREA was last modified: December 23rd, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DOGinjuredMagheroartyRameltonvet
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Instead, any topical page on Ellerdale returns an incredible amount of data. There are summaries provided from sources like Wikipedia, Freebase (an online semantic database), New York Times’ people search and more. Related topics, in the form of thumbnail images, are listed above the live-updating message stream on every topic’s main page. To the right, a graph charts that keyword’s popularity over time and you can manipulate this to show you data from the past hour, day, week or month. Also to the right is a list of top articles from around the web, ranked by how many times they’ve been mentioned on Twitter. That article list can even be subscribed to via an included RSS feed. And let’s not forget the main dish – the live-updating stream of tweets. The message stream shows who tweeted what, when and what Twitter client they used to do so, which is the same information you would see on Twitter.com. However, where Twitter’s own homepage and search results pages stay put until you refresh them, this message stream moves in real-time as tweets come in. If it goes too fast for you (something that’s a real possibility when you watch a currently hot trend), you can pause the stream with a click of a button.For data hounds, search results like these are tantalizing to say the least. And this engine is now just one of many that has access to Twitter’s entire stream of tweets. The other new Twitter partners are also search and discovery services, including Collecta, Kosmix, Scoopler, twazzup, CrowdEye, and Chainn Search, all of which parse the Twitter data feed in their own way. Is any one better than another? That’s hard to say. Each has their own niche, site design and unique features which allow them to appeal to select groups of searchers. Ellerdale is interesting because of its semantic capabilities, but it’s not the only one to offer those. Kosmix, for example, has been developing their semantic-based news portal for the last three years. Many of you probably never heard of the Ellerdale project until this week, when Twitter announced it was one of the company’s new partners in receiving the “firehose” of Twitter data, a full feed stream of tweets that was, prior to Monday, only available to the major players like Yahoo!, Google and Microsoft. What Ellerdale is now doing with Twitter’s 50 million tweets per day is definitely interesting – the service uses an intelligent data-parsing engine to analyze the context of tweets and the links they contain and combines that with other data sources like RSS feeds and Wikipedia to create a real-time search engine and trends tracker that provides more than just a list of tweets – it provides an understanding of the world’s conversations.Launched in late 2009, Ellerdale, still in alpha testing, tracks data sources from around the web, primarily Twitter, and examines what topics are being discussed. It then organizes these conversations into categories like “people,” “sports,” “politics,” “music,” “television,” and more. Within each category are conversation topics and sub-topics. For example, in the “people” section, “Sarah Palin” is a topic of conversation right now and the sub-topics are “The Tonight Show” and “Jay Leno,” referencing her recent appearances on those TV programs. You can click through on any of the topics or sub-topics to learn more about what’s being discussed. Although Ellerdale’s best feature is its ability to highlight these sorts of trends, you can also use it to search the real-time web for your own keywords. Here, unlike Twitter’s own search engine, Ellerdale won’t just return a simple list of tweets in response to a query. Tags:#search#Structured Data#Trends#twitter#web Related Posts sarah perez Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit The best part about all these new partnerships is that we’re about to see an entirely new way to search the web emerge. For quick real-time results, there will always be the major search engines and their more basic lists of tweets, but for true data analysis, we now have incredible new options like Ellerdale and all the others. Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos
Muscat-based marine engineer Amrit Sarkar who boarded Qatar Airways’ flight No QR 294 will forever remember his flight from Doha to Kolkata all his life as you don’t always have the privilege of being co-passenger of world’s best footballer Lionel Messi.However for Sarkar, it will be a regret all his life as he was late in taking his SLR camera out which could have given an opportunity to have a snap that will be forever etched in his memory.The wildlife photographer and enthusiast, couldn’t click a photograph Messi was surrounded by hordes of airport officials before being taken out of the airport discreetly.”Oh My God, was my first reaction when I saw Messi just hands away from me. I was just completing my check-out formalities when a noise diverted my attention to short fellow.”He was wearing a white T-shirt and a grey shorts with a pair of flip-flops. He was extremely casual. I could not believe my eyes when I saw the legend just near me. But by the time I could take out my SLR camera he had disappeared,” Sarkar said, at the airport lobby, waiting for his in-laws.He said he will always regret this moment in life.”Never had I thought I would land up in the same flight as Messi. At the Doha aiport though we felt that there was something. The aiport officials started the security check pretty early. We were made to board the flight about half-an hour in advance. Everybody felt that something was happening but we didn’t know what exactly it was. But we never imagined that it’s all for Messi. The flight left at the scheduled 7:40 pm local time and it was on time,” Sarkar said.advertisement”He was in the business class on the same floor as it was a small flight. But we did not have any clue that Messi was sitting next to us. No wonder that so many people have gathered here even in this odd hour of 3:15 am.””It’s a lost opportunity,” but Sarkar said he would like to make it up for it by booking the tickets for the Argentina vs Venezuela match on Friday.When told that tickets are still available for the international friendly, Sarkar appeared excited.”I did not know that the whole Argentina team is here. It will be a lifetime opportunity for me. I will book the tickets once I reach my in-laws place,” Sarkar signed off.