ARPANET, Social Networking, IP SEO and States of Revenue

Re-cap, The ideology and innovation of RAND Corporation, UCLA, MIT, National Science Foundation (NSFNet), the efforts of ARPANET and other governmental Information Technology Research bodies between 1969 and 1990..

e-Research, Methods, Strategies and Issues

Accounts from:Diamond & Bates, 1995 Under Wired, 1997 plus Sterling in Diamond & Bates, 1980 / 1993

ARPANET, Social Networking, IP SEO and States of Revenue

Freelance Economies

The freelancers’ marketplace, statistical data and the work of ‘Escrow’ or other third party independent organizations in equating overheads in line with contractor rates for the self – employed.

Reviewing advert auction schemes, and how the bid for employment could be made more relevant to the interests of employees – comparative advertisement schemes where themes are aggregated on their relevancy to concurrent issues in the I.t. marketplace.

Freelance Economies

Open Social Sandbox and Social Networking developer er.. networks!?

Applying offline knowledge with online innovation looking at the hidden detail of general interest and social discussion sites such as face book plus career, and social networking communities such as viadeo, myspace and google. In particular highlighting the application of sandbox, beta testing environments and the renewed warrant for application of JavaScript.. maybe even finding use of Ajax and Lamp.

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Open Social Sandbox and Social Networking developer er.. networks!?

Theoretical application of recursive scheduling (day)

Application protocol interfaces based on extended sceduling systems, using established data as its testbed. In the first instance looking at national holidays around the globe, their traditions, recursion and relevance. Towards better understanding of API’s – application protocol interfaces, basing this new area of study on basic sceduling systems and their tertiary attributes.

Theoretical application of recursive scheduling (day)