College Jokes – University Jokes #college #jokes, #university #jokes, #jokes, #stories, #humor, #funny


College Jokes

Q. What’s the difference between a University of Alabama sorority sister and a scarecrow?
A. One lives in a field and is stuffed with hay. The other frightens birds and small animals.

Q. Whats the difference between Alabama and cheerios?
A. One belongs in a bowl. The other doesn’t!

Q. Did you hear about the Alabama quarterback who tried to throw himself on the floor in a fit of rage?
A. He missed!

Q. Why do Arizona students have TGIF on their shoes?
A. Toes Go In First!

Arizona State
Q. What do you get when you drive quickly through the Sun Devil campus?
A. An undergraduate degree.

Q: Why are rectal thermometers banned at Arizona State University?
A: They cause too much brain damage!

Q: Why don’t Arizona State Sun Devils fans let their kids play in sand boxes?
A: Because cats keep covering them up.

Q. Why do Razorbacks put a copy of their diploma in the window of their vehicles?
A. So they can park in handicap spaces.

Q. How do you get an Auburn student off your porch?
A. Pay him for the pizza!

Q. Why is Auburn always in the dark?
A. Because they’re afraid of Alabama Power.

Q: Why don’t Baylor University fans let their kids play in sand boxes?
A: Because cats keep covering them up.

Bowling Green
Q: What do you say when you see a Bowling Green grad in a suit?
A: Will the defendant please rise!

Q: What’s the hardest thing about being an California Golden Bears football fan?
A: Telling your parents that you’re gay.

California State
Q: What does the average California State University student get on his SAT?
A: Drool.

Q: What should you do if you find three UConn football fans buried up to their neck in cement?
A: Get more cement.

Q: Why do they throw out a sack of manure at Drexel University weddings?
A: To keep the flies off the bride.

Q: Do you know why the Duke University football team should change its name to the “Opossums”?
A: Because they play dead at home and get killed on the road.

Florida State
Q: What’s the difference between an Florida Gators fan and a carp?
A: One is a bottom-feeding, scum sucker, and the other is a fish.

Florida State
Q: Why don’t they have Christmas at FSU?
A: They can’t find a virgin and three wise men.

Q: What do you get when you cross an Georgia Bulldog and a pig?
A: Nothing. There’s some things that a pig will not do.

Q. What does Indiana University need to win a basketball championship?
A. A coach

Q. Why do they sell so many button-fly jeans in Lawrence, KS?
A. Because the sheep can hear the zippers a mile away.

Kansas State
Q. How did the Wildcat die from drinking milk?
A. The cow fell on him!

How many Wildcats does it take to change a lightbulb?
None. Lava lamps don’t burn out man!

Q: How do you compliment an University Of Kentucky fan?
A: Nice tooth.

Q: What is the definition of safe sex down at the University Of Kentucky?
A: Placing a sign on the animals that kick.

Louisiana State
Q: Did you hear about the fire in Louisiana State University’s football dorm that destroyed 20 books?
A: The real tragedy was that 15 hadn’t been colored yet.

Q: What do you call a good looking girl on the University of Michigan campus?
A: A visitor.

Q: What do you get when you see blue and yellow?
A: Bruised.

Q: Why does Michigan have a big football stadium?
A: They have big heads.

Q: How do you kill a Wolverine?
A: Put it in an arena against a Spartan.

Michigan State
Q. What do you call a genius at MSU?
A. Visitor.

Q. What is the most common line used by an Michigan State alum?
A. Would you like fries with that?

Q: Did you hear about the power outage at the University of Minnesota library?
A: Forty students were stuck on the escalator for three hours.

Q. Did you hear about the Golden Gopher alum who froze to death?
A. He went to the drive in. He sat through Closed for the season !

Q. How do you get a Cornhusker off your front porch?
A. Pay him for the pizza.

Notre Dame
Q: How do you make University of Notre Dame cookies?
A: Put them in a big Bowl and beat for 3 hours.

Q: What should you do if you find three Fighting Irish fans buried up to their neck in cement?
A: Get more cement.

Q. What do tornadoes and graduates from the University of Oklahoma have in common?
A. They both end up in trailer parks.

Oklahoma State
Q: How can you tell when there’s been an Oklahoma State student in your backyard?
A: The garbage is gone and your dog’s pregnant.

Ohio State
Q. How many Buckeyes does it take to change a lightbulb?
A. TWO. One to change the lightbulb and one to crack under the pressure.

Q: What do Ohio State and pot have in common?
A: They both get smoked in bowls!

Q: How do you make OSU cookies?
A: Put them in a big Bowl and beat for 3 hours.

Q. What is the one thing that keeps so many Ohio State football players from graduating?

Oregon State
Q: Did you hear about the Oregon State fan who locked his keys in his car?
A: He couldn’t get his family out.

Penn State
Q: Why do Penn State University graduates keep their diplomas on their dashboards?
A: So they can park in handicap spaces.

Q: What do you get when you breed a groundhog and Purdue University?
A: Six more weeks of bad football.

San Diego State
Q: Where was O.J. hiding right before the famous white Bronco chase?
A: On the San Diego State campus. That’s the last place you would find a football player.

San Francisco
Q. How do they separate the men from the boys at USF?
A. With a restraining order.

Q: How many University of Tennessee freshman does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None, it’s a sophomore course.

Q: How do you castrate an Tennessee football player?
A: You hit his sister in the jaw

Texas A M
Q. Why does Texas A M have Astroturf at their football stadium
A. To keep the cheerleaders from grazing.

Q: What did the Aggie do after the Longhorns beat A M
A: He tried to commit suicide by jumping out of his basement window?

Q. How many Bruins does it take to change a lightbulb?
A. ONE, but it never really gets done. He holds the bulb up and waits for the world to revolve around him.

Q: What does the average Runnin Rebel get on his SAT?
A: Drool.

Q. What’s the first thing a Trojan girl does when she wakes up in the morning?
A. Walks home.

How many Trojan girls does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
ONE. She screws everything why not a light bulb?

Q: What do you call a Utah football player with a championship ring?
A: A thief!

Utah State
Q: What did the Utah State graduate say to the Utah graduate?
A: “Welcome to McDonald’s. May I take your order, please?”

Virginia Tech
Q. What’s harder than a loner Korean getting admission to Virginia Tech?
A. Nothing.

West Virginia
Q: What is the definition of a West Virginia virgin?
A: An ugly twelve year old who can outrun her brothers..

Q. What to they call students who go to Yale?
A. Rejects from Harvard!

The 10 Best Mobile Games of 2013 #mobile, #entertainment, #gaming, #features, #video-games, #uncategorized, #contributor, #end-of-2013



The 10 Best Mobile Games of 2013

The 10 Best Mobile Games of 2013

1. Plants vs Zombies 2

PopCap took a few years to release its follow-up to the hugely popular Plants vs Zombies. but the sequel is well worth the wait. Plants vs Zombies 2 builds on the original’s ideas in delightful ways, with new plants, new foes and new challenges across three different time periods. It’s a natural and highly addictive addition to the franchise.

  • 2. Cut the Rope: Time Travel

    Another sequel, another time-bending adventure! Cut the Rope: Time Travel follows the adorable critter Om Nom in his quest to eat candy and make friends through the ages. From the Middle Ages to the Disco Era, you’ll face new physics challenges to getting your character fed.

  • 3. Strata

    This game involves layering ribbons into different patterns. Sounds simple enough, but Strata is actually a delightful blend of spacial challenges, soothing music and peaceful visuals. It’s a relaxing and zen take on a puzzle game.

  • 4. Sorcery!

    No matter the platform, game creators emphasize storytelling: a strong plot is just as important as great graphics or compelling combat. This app by UK game designer Steve Jackson reinvents the tried and true days of Dungeons Dragons. for the mobile age. Sorcery! takes the player through a fantasy choose-your-own-adventure of fighting evil monsters and exploring strange lands.

  • 5. DEVICE 6

    This game gives a puzzle bent to an innovative story. DEVICE 6 is a text-heavy game that makes brilliant use of the smartphone and tablet as an interface. You’ll be turning your device and swiping your way through complex puzzles, accompanied by an amazing sound design. Think of it as an interactive, mind-bending mystery novel.

  • 6. Star Command

    Form allegiances with different alien races and complete your quests across galaxies known and unknown, all while protecting Earth from traitors. Complete with goofy writing and plenty of Star Wars jokes, Star Command is a great game for the geeky set. Start on Easy to get acquainted with the gameplay, but all the other difficulty levels will offer a real challenge.

  • 7. rymdkapsel

    Where the zany Star Command lets you specialize and level up your ship and individual crew members, rymdkapsel encourages more thoughtful planning and strategy for a similar end. This game is more about managing your resources to build a space station, using efficiency to beat out wave after wave of alien attacks. With a minimal design and immersive music, rymdkapsel offers a unique approach to a classic game style.

  • 8. Deus Ex: The Fall

    The Deus Ex franchise has attracted many fans for its stealth-meets-RPG gameplay, and this iOS game shows just how much is possible on a mobile platform. With graphics to rival those on a console, Deus Ex: The Fall takes you back into a dystopian world of human augmentation, shady goings-on and moral dilemmas. Sleuth out the truth however you can in this pint-sized powerhouse.

  • 9. Heads Up

    One of the most exciting trends in mobile games is when developers find creative ways to use a smartphone’s built-in features. Heads Up makes excellent use of your device’s motion-sensing abilities to create a party game in the vein of Taboo. Plus, Ellen DeGeneres is involved, so you know it’s got to be good.

  • 10. Ridiculous Fishing

    The name says it all. This is a game about fishing, and it’s pretty darn ridiculous. In Ridiculous Fishing . you’ll cast a line, move your device to maneuver it as deep into the water as possible, then toss your catch into the air and shoot them all up. Weird? Yep, but totally addictive. The more fish you catch, the more kooky power-ups you can buy for bigger, badder fish destruction.

    As mobile hardware and game developers push the limits of technology for entertainment, more thrilling games feature experiences as fun as PC or console titles. This year was no exception. Dozens of excellent releases hit app stores in 2013.

    This list doesn’t include remakes of games first released on other platforms. Although many are worth your time (think XCOM or Limbo ), we wanted to recognize the best in titles specifically designed for mobile play, since the platform presents a unique set of challenges for game creators.

    In no particular order, here are the 10 best mobile games we played in 2013.

  • All You Need to Know about Importing from the USA to Canada #audi #usa #customer #service


    With the Canadian dollar on a 30 year high, and existing price gaps left over from the days of a weak dollar, buying equipment in the US is becoming an attractive proposition for Canadian small businesses.

    Comparing prices between a Canadian product and an American product may provide a way to cut costs. With the North American free trade agreement (NAFTA) as part of the equation, any products produced in North America do not contain duties.

    However, importing from the US is not without its risks. For starters, if a product is not completely manufactured in North America it may have high duties and taxes. What’s more, some manufactures have US only warranties which are voided if the product is in another country.

    To help you take advantage of the opportunities, yet avoid the risks, we researched the pros and cons of cross border importing. Here is what we found.

    The Ins and Outs of Cross-border Importing

    The first thing to consider when importing goods is how you are going to get them into Canada. Your have a few options, starting with bringing the good in yourself.

    In simple terms the steps you need to take are: declare the goods as you cross the border, wait for the goods to be released by customs, find out how much duties and taxes you must pay, and finally you need to pay the duties and taxes in the allotted time.

    However, importing is a complicated topic. Canadian customs has over 30 different type of legislation is in place regarding importing and exporting good in Canada. Not all these are easily accessible and many are hard to understand.

    “Over 20% of the products imported into Canada have some type of special rules. These include food products, automobiles, guns, appliances, explosives, lumber, electrical motors, to name a few,” said Larry Hahn, Director Regulatory Affairs Livingston International Inc.

    Hahn recommends that importers check with customs or a customs broker to see if any special licenses, certificates or other requirements apply to your products before you import them.

    Jackson Wood from E-customs strongly recommends using a customs broker.

    “There’s no easy way to list all the steps that must be taken,” said Wood. “Using a broker allows the importer to focus on more important issues, like growing their customer base or dealing with internal organization.”

    If you ship through a large company like the United Postal Service (UPS) or FedEx they will automatically take care of duties, taxes and levy a brokerage fee payable upon delivery. Smaller and lesser known brokers can also assist you; you can locate them through the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers website rqvdquqdwfyexxtzdtfuwxctcxyreqsz .

    Importing Fees

    While duties and taxes you will pay are fixed, the cost of brokerage fees can vary.

    Many factors are at play in determining the amount of brokerage fees to be paid. Some of these may include: value of the goods, amount of duties and taxes, volume of the goods and the amount of transactions.

    “Custom brokerage fees, are based on considerations such as volume and value of the goods imported into Canada,” said Richard Bourque, Vice-President and General Manager. International Freight – Ontario, Schenker of Canada Limited.

    “The rates for goods entering Canada vary depending on the commodity, and Duty and GST is calculated based on the value for duty (CDN Dollars). The shipper would only affect the duty rate if the goods are from certain countries where preferential tariff agents are in effect,” said Neil Ferrey, ICECORP Logistics / ICECORP Customs Brokers.

    The best thing way to get a good estimate of the cost is to contact the Canada Border Service Agency or a fully licensed Canadian Custom Broker.

    All major customs brokers such as UPS and FedEx offer online shipping calculators, which will allow you to estimate the cost of importing.

    One other thing to keep in mind is if the product you are importing qualifies for NAFTA you may be able to reduce the duties and taxes you are paying.

    “Goods from the US may be eligible for entry into Canada under the terms of NAFTA and be entitled to a free or reduced rate of duty,” said Michelle Criger from the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers (CSCB). “If the goods qualify for NAFTA, and are valued at $1600.00 CDN or more, the exporter must provide a formal NAFTA Certificate of origin. For goods valued at less than $1600.00 CDN, an informal statement regarding NAFTA eligibility can be provided.”

    Importing Cars and Computers

    For many, importing a car from the US is an interesting proposition because of the lower cost. However there are many factors other than price that need to be kept in mind.

    Firstly, not all cars are allowed in Canada, so you to find out if that car you are considering qualifies. You can check this by visiting the US Vehicle admissibility page at:

    You also need to consider whether the car meets Canadian automobile standards, such as having the speedometer in kilometers (KM). If not you will be provided a temporary permit that gives you 45 days to bring your car up to code. Otherwise you will not be able to license the car in Canada.

    Finally, if your car was not manufactured in the US or Mexico it will face duty fees. These fees can be very high and might offset the savings of buying the car across the border.

    More detailed information on this can be found at the Registrar of Imported Vehicles (RIV) or the Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate, Transport Canada .

    Importing electronics from the US is an even more attractive proposition, simply because of the cost differences between the two countries.

    Pricing out a notebook computer on Dell’s US and Canada websites reveals the gap in pricing. The Dell Precision M4300 is a performance notebook for small business. We created our own notebook on both the US and Canadian sites and found that the US model costs $1666 before taxes, while the Canadian model costs $2318. That’s a $652 difference after currency conversions.

    However, large computer companies make it difficult to purchase equipment from another country, which is where many people will turn to sources like eBay. If you choose to import something from an eBay seller or a small company, it is extremely important for you to research the seller and confirm that they are trustworthy.


    This is one area where things can get risky for importers. There is a wide spectrum of companies that produce products that can be imported. Some will honour warranties throughout North America, while others have warranties that are exclusive to the US and will not be honored in Canada.

    “People need to do their home work regardless what they are importing to understand if there are any restrictions or limitations,” said Hahn. “In the case of purchasing a car many North American manufactures will not extend their warranty to Canada and other companies do. Need to ask the dealer. Also some dealerships are not allowed based on their dealership agreement with the manufacture that they can sell a car for export.”

    Chrysler, Acura-Honda and Mazda do not transfer their US warranties over to Canada if the owner moves, so the owner would need to drive to the US in order to repair his/her vehicle. Audi-VW, Toyota-Lexus, BMW, Ford, and Volvo on the other hand do honour their US warranty in Canada.

    “Audi and VW cars bought in the US and brought to Canada can be repaired at any Canadian Audi-VW dealer, they are repaired under VW’s North American Warranty,” said Remi Lobo, VW Service Advisor for Agincourt Autohaus Inc.

    Some manufacturers like Mercedes-Benz have a limited warranty if the car is registered in Canada, and may need the car be brought up to Canadian standards by a certified dealer to qualify for the warranty. More details can be found at: .

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    ICD-9 – ICD-10 Coding Training #icd #to #icd #transition


    The Art of ICD-9-CM Coding for Home Health

    Two-Day Diagnostic Coding Workshop
    Designed for all levels of Home Health Clinicians and Coders
    *Available beginning January 2014 will be offered until the implementation of ICD-10

    This 2-day workshop is structured to provide comprehensive ICD-9-CM training that is crucial to successful coding NOW. Many agencies have fallen behind in ICD-9 proficiency as it was expected to be replaced by ICD-10 in October 2014. Industry audits have identified a multitude of coding errors which are having a negative impact on reimbursement, quality initiatives and risk adjustment. The ICD-10 implementation delay has made it even more important that coders are educated on CURRENT guidelines to prevent assigning codes based on outdated rules. This workshop is designed to address the needs of both veteran home health coders as well as the influx of new coders who have only recently entered the coding arena. This critical knowledge, along with application through workshop exercises and coding scenarios, will lead to coding accuracy and regulatory compliance while ICD-9 continues to be the HIPAA standard for coding assignment.


    • Examination of How Clinical Descriptions and the Language of Coding Differ
    • Selection and Sequencing Criteria for Primary and Secondary Diagnoses
    • Overview and Instruction for Proper Use of the ICD-9-CM Coding Manual
    • Recognition of ICD-9 Coding Conventions and the Use of Both General Chapter Specific Guidelines for Accurate Code Selection
    • Emphasis on Similarities Between ICD-9CM and ICD-10-CM
    • Discussion and Impact of CMS’ PPS and OASIS on Home Health Coding
    • Exploration of the Relationship Between V Codes, Case Mix Diagnoses and M1024/5
    • Exercises and Scenarios to Reinforce Critical Knowledge for Successful Coding

    MANDATORY. You MUST bring a current ICD-9-CM Coding Manua l to the workshop!

    College of Education – University of Houston – University of Houston #foundation #houston


    College of Education

    ” We at the College of Education believe that inspired teaching, innovative research and community engagement can fuel positive change for children and families in the most need. Our goal is to elevate our efforts to meet the educational and health demands of the 21 st century. “

    Dean Robert H. McPherson

    College of Education
    University of Houston
    Stephen Power Farish Hall
    3657 Cullen Blvd. Room 214
    Houston, TX 77204-5023

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  • College of Education Honors Star Faculty, Alumni, Students and Friends

  • College Mission to Improve Community Health Gets $2 Million Boost

  • College of Education Supports Students with Faculty, Peer Mentors

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  • Recent graduate: “All the professors were amazing and just ignited a confidence in me.”

  • Online Graduate Program Ranked as One of Best in Nation By U.S. News World Report


    The College of Education merges research and real-world experience to train teachers, principals, counselors, psychologists, health educators and other academic leaders. Our programs have drawn national recognition, and our research activities have more than doubled in the last five years. The college is committed to helping eradicate inequities in education and health in order to transform communities globally, starting with Houston, one of the nation’s largest and most diverse cities. Join us.

    Literacy Support

    Faculty and staff from the College of Education volunteered weekly as tutors for first-graders at Crockett Elementary, contributing to tremendous growth in the students reading skills.

    Teaching Scholarship

    A new grant from Raise Your Hand Texas and H-E-B chairman and CEO Charles Butt will provide increased scholarships and mentoring for select teaching majors at the College of Education.


    Health Education Professor Norma Olvera has joined a select group of science fellows chosen by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. She plans to use the experience to fuel her work preventing childhood obesity.

    Teacher Education

    Leaders of education colleges around the country came together at the University of Houston to discuss how they are transforming teacher preparation as part of the national reform network US PREP.

  • Pre-Physical Therapy Requirements #requirement #to #be #a #physical #therapist


    Pre-Physical Therapy Requirements


    Prior to admission, a minimum of 90 semester hours of credit from an approved college or university is required. Students should be broadly educated in the sciences and humanities. The Department of Physical Therapy recognizes that, since physical therapy deals with people, an understanding of literature, art, history, ethics, and philosophy is an adjunct to a physical therapist. Science and humanities are both viewed as necessary for the practice of physical therapy.

    Students who enter the professional program without a bachelor’s degree must complete the Essential Studies Requirements of the University of North Dakota. The courses and credits listed below indicate the core prerequisites all applicants must complete prior to admission to the physical therapy program.

    Students may take additional electives from any field of study; however, the depth of the pre-physical therapy education should demonstrate that students have progressed from simple to complex studies in at least one content area. This requirement might typically be demonstrated by a discipline major, but in any case should demonstrate a basic comprehensiveness and integrity of study within a particular content area. This does not suggest that a separate undergraduate degree must be awarded; however, the breadth and depth in a discipline should be demonstrated. Course credits equivalent to an already recognized minor OR 20 credits of a cognate (credits in a particular discipline) with at least eight (8) of those cognate credits from upper level courses, i.e. 300 and/or 400 numbers, could accomplish this requirement.

    Prospective students should review the UND PT Technical Standards to make sure they meet the requirements of the professional program. It is strongly recommended students are computer literate prior to entering the professional program.

    Pre-Physical Therapy Curriculum at UND

    Prospective students need 90 credits, including the following requirements:

    • English 110 College Composition I (3 cr.)*
    • English 130 Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences (3 cr.)*
    • Fine Arts and Humanities (9 cr.)*
    • Biol 150, 150L, 151, 151L. Introduction to Biology (8 cr.)
    • Chem 121, 121L, 122, 122L. General Chemistry I, II (8 cr.)
    • Social Science (3 cr.)*
    • Psy 111. Introduction to Psychology (3 cr.)
    • Phys 161, 162. Introduction to College Physics (8 cr.)
    • Anat 204. Anatomy for Paramedical Personnel (3 cr.)
    • Phy 301. Mechanics of Human Physiology (4 cr.)
    • Comm 110. Fundamentals of Public Speaking (3 cr.)*
    • Psy 250. Developmental Psychology (4 cr.)
    • Psy 270. Abnormal Psychology (3 cr.)
    • Statistics (3 cr.)
    • PT 101. Orientation to Physical Therapy (1 cr.) (recommended)
    • Electives (must have at least 20 credits in one discipline)

    *Courses should contribute to completion of Essential Studies Requirements .

    Pre-Physical Therapy Curriculum for Non-UND Students

    Prospective students need 90 credits, including the following requirements:

    • Two semesters of General Biology (8 cr.)
    • Two semesters of General Chemistry (8 cr.)
    • Two semesters of General Physics (8 cr.)
    • One semester of Human Anatomy (3 cr.)
    • One semester of Human Physiology (3 to 4 cr.)
    • One semester of Introductory Psychology (3 cr.)
    • One semester of Developmental Psychology (3 to 4 cr.)
    • One semester of Abnormal Psychology (3 cr.)
    • One semester of a Public Speaking course (3 cr.)
    • Two semesters of English Composition (6 cr.)
    • One semester of undergraduate statistics (3 cr.)
    • UND Essential Studies requirements
    • Electives (must have at least 20 credits in one discipline, with 8 credits of 300 and 400 level courses)

    NOTE: All of these courses must be completed or in process when a student makes application to the professional program.

    Department of Physical Therapy
    Phone: 701-777-2831
    Fax: 701-777-4199

    (New location) SMHS Bldg Suite E321
    1301 N Columbia Road Stop 9037
    Grand Forks ND 58202-9037

    Move a classic Google Site to your work account – G Suite Administrator Help #google #website #hosting #free


    Move a classic Google Site to your work account

    Note: This article is for the classic Google Sites (no “Publish” button at the top right). Get help for the new Google Sites .

    To move a personal site into the G Suite account you use for work or school:

    1. Review the requirements.
    2. Share the site with your G Suite account.
    3. Log into your G Suite account and copy the shared site.

    Review the following for more information.


    The original site must be created using classic Google Sites, and the owner must have shared the site with you.

    • If the existing web site was set up using a tool other than Google Sites, you can’t transfer it directly to G Suite.
    • Source website files cannot be directly uploaded for web hosting. You must recreate your web pages using Google Sites to add the site to G Suite.

    Tip: To create an external website for your customers and partners, use one of our website builder partners .

    Note: Google Page Creator is no longer available as part of Apps. We recommend that you use Sites to create your web pages.

    Copy a classic Google site

    1. Make sure the site has been shared with you.
    2. Click the Gear menu and select Manage site .
    3. Near the middle of the page, click Copy this Site .
    4. Enter the name for the new site in the Site name box.
    5. Turn the options on or off:
      • Include Revisions. Revision history is not automatically transferred to the duplicate site. Turn on this option to copy revision history to the new site.
      • Copy Site Collaborators. The new site keeps the existing site’s sharing settings by default. Turn off this option to reset the sharing settings.
      • Copy Page Comments. Turn off this option to prevent page comments from being copied to the duplicate site.
    6. Click Copy .

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    Trackoo: logiciel emailing pour campagnes d – email marketing #emailing #marketing


    Trackoo. email marketing picadmin 2016-01-16T22:19:13+00:00

    TRACKOO® est une plate-forme de Marketing Direct Interactive Multilingue, qui permet via un outil simple et puissant, de créer, diffuser et analyser vos campagnes d’emailing et de SMS.

    TRACKOO® est accessible, de façon sécurisée, par n importe quel utilisateur connecté à Internet avec un navigateur ayant souscrit un abonnement. Il ne nécessite aucune installation sur vos postes de travail et aucune configuration particulière.





    • Pas de frais de licence, vous choisissez votre forfait mensuel basé sur le volume d emails envoyés tous les mois.
    • Interface Intuitive.
    • Personnalisation dynamique des messages, moteur de segmentation
    • Editeur Drag n’drop en Responsive Design,
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    What is BGP? #multihomed #bgp


    What is BGP, anyway?

    When you make a modem connection to your ISP and want to connect to, for instance,, all the routers along the way have to know where to send the packets you’re sending to our Web server, and the packets from the server have to find their way back to your computer.

    For the first few hops, this isn’t much of the problem. For instance, your computer only knows the packets don’t have a local destination, so they should be sent over the modem connection. This can continue for a while, but at some point the decision where to send the packet next becomes more complex than just “local: keep it” / “not local: send it to a smarter router”. The router making this decision will have to know where to send the packet based on the destination IP address contained in it. Since IP addresses are distributed fairly randomly around the globe, there aren’t any shortcuts or calculations that make it possible for the router to decide this for itself.

    The only way a router can know where to send a packet, is when another router tells it “send those packets to me, I know how to deliver them”. The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is a protocol that is used between routers to convey this information. Since the routers that talk BGP to each other aren’t owned by the same organization (that would kind of defeat the purpose of creating global reachability) this is often called “inter-domain” routing.

    BGP and Interdomain Routing Terms

    • AS
      Autonomous System.
    • AS Number
      Autonomous System Number. Each AS has a unique number that is used to identify it in BGP processing.
    • Autonomous System
      An Autonomous System is a network that has its own routing policy. In most cases, customers belong to their ISP’s Autonomous System, but multihomed customers obviously have their own routing policy that is different from either ISP so they must be a separate AS.
    • BGP
      Border Gateway Protocol.
    • EGP
      Exterior Gateway Protocol: a routing protocol used between organizations/networks. BGP is an EGP, but there is also an older EGP called EGP.
    • Gateway
      Older term for router. Sometimes the word “gateway” is used to describe a system that connects two dissimilar networks or protocols.
    • IGP
      Interior Gateway Protocol: a routing protocol used within an organization/network. Examples are RIP, OSPF, IS-IS and EIGRP.
    • Multihoming
      The practice of connecting to two or more ISPs. Most multihomed networks run BGP so the rest of the Internet knows where to send packets for the multihomed network even if one of the connections fails.
    • Router
      1. Any system that will receive packets over one network connection and then forward them to another by looking at the network address inside the packet.
      2. A special-purpose system (like a computer, but usually without a screen, keyboard and harddisks) that forwards packets.
    • Routing Policy
      A policy that defines how a network is connected to other networks and how packets are allowed to flow.

    See this page for a list of hard- and software products that implement BGP.

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    Letzte Änderung: 07.07.2016