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True cost to Charter a Jet and Check list to use

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      When you want to charter a plane, please check here first for our check list of terms.
Here are a few terms of many to consider:

Daily Minimums

Some charter companies will charge a minimum flight time charge for each day the aircraft is away from its home base. This is usually billed as 1 or 2 hours at the hourly charter rate of the aircraft.

Repositioning Cost

This is the cost of moving the aircraft from its home base to your location to begin your flight. Typically the cost for your charter will be lowest if you use an aircraft that is based near your point of departure.



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Posted by - August 13, 2011 at 1:18 am

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747-8 Testing with Brake Test Video

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How do they test if the airplane will stop in time.  The Boeing 747-8 is a wide-body jet airliner being developed by Boeing Commercial Airplanes.  Read More

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Posted by - August 5, 2011 at 10:25 pm

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Great FREE tools for you

Do you have to pay lots of money for expensive software?
Or can a free version really be worth using?
Well, I admit. I’m a bit of a fanatic when it comes to software, websites and computers
(if you don’t believe me, just ask my wife about my Mac and my iPhone…)
I love finding and trying out new tools and software, and especially finding better,
faster, cheaper ways to help me with my websites and my business online.
While in some cases you do definitely get what you pay for, today I’m going to be
bringing you my “Top 10 FREE (or nearly free!*) Website Tools and Tricks”
that will give you every bit as good results (and sometimes better) than their paid
counterparts. You can get the same great results without having to pay an arm
and a leg to get all the tools that you need for your online business.
* The majority of these tools are free- there are a few however with free trials or
$1 trials, without any affiliate links – just some helpful tips — to you, from me. 

#10 – FREE PDF CREATOR (and other office tools) 
You don’t need to spend a dime and get Microsoft Office if you don’t want to –
www.OpenOffice.org has done a terrific job with their applications (similar to
Excel, Word and others…) and best of all they are free! Ever need hyperlinks in
your ebooks, or pdf articles and reports? Don’t worry about paying for Adobe
Acrobat, I use the OpenOffice document writer to create free pdf documents with
active hyperlinks, and the ability to protect my pdf documents as needed. Great
tool, you don’t need to by Microsoft Office or Adobe Acrobat, and it’s free.
#9 – FREE WEBSITE EDITING WYSIWYG AND FTP SOFTWARE
Most of you might already know, but there are some great free HTML editors out
there – one that I recommend is www.Pagebreeze.com. Unless you are going to
be doing some major HTML and CSS editing, Pagebreeze will do just fine for the
basics. If you are going to be doing a lot of HTML editing and need the extra
features, everyone has their own opinions but I really like Dreamweaver. And to
upload all of your files to your web host, Filezilla is a great free FTP software

Well, you all probably know that there are hundreds of free WordPress theme directories
out there, but how about templates for designing just a normal website?
http://www.oswd.org/ currently has 2080 open source and free website template
designs. They are all pretty basic, but it can help give you a start.
And if you want to add a little flare to your website when you are starting a new
website from scratch, but you don’t have any ideas, www.templatemonster.com
has literally thousands of templates for you to take a look at to get some ideas for
free. And if you really like their template and don’t want to re-create it yourself,
you can buy the whole website template for about $60.
Another place to go, if you do have a website that you want to use as a model for
your new website, you can find great website coders on Rent-a-coder.com who
can create a whole new website template for you for $50-$100.
#7 – FREE IMAGE EDITORS  
Ever need to crop or adjust an image? How about resize? www.picnik.com is a
fast, easy-to-use free online Image editor. Picnik makes it easy with just a few
clicks, you download your new image, and you are good to go!
Another free image editor called Gimp is a robust application you can download
for free to edit your images as well.
#6 – FREE TOOLS IN CPANEL/FANTASTICO 
Have you seen all of the cool things you can do with the fantastico software, and
install with one-click on your website! Here are just a few highlights from
Fantastico solutions:
·PHPforms in cPanel- If you need to create any forms on your website, and
you already have cPanel with Fantastico, you most likely already have
PHP Forms, and you can create your own free website forms, contact
forms—whatever you want! All with this cool little PHP program.
·You already know about WordPress, Joomla is another CMS (Content
Management System) with different themes you can configure similar to
Wordpress.
Now, granted, some of the Fantastico free scripts are cumbersome and difficult to
use –especially if you don’t have any programming experience. I don’t
recommend all of the free scripts in Fantastico, but there are a few good websitethe 1-click installation in cPanel.

#5 – FREE WEBSITE/SEO TOOLS  
http://www.iwebtool.com/tools/ This is a great site – it’s got backlink checkers,
spider view, URL redirect checker, cloaking checker, keyword density, PR
prediction, reciprocal link checker, reverse IP, and so much more! I’ve got this
site bookmarked, and I go back to it again and again. It is a great website
resource.
#4 – FREE KEYWORD AND TREND TOOLS  
When it comes to searching for keywords, whether it be for SEO or for PPC, if
you try and guess you’ll likely be wrong.
The good thing is that there are so many great keyword tools out there that can
help you discover and analyze your keywords for free. Here are a few that I use:
· http://www.wordpot.com
· http://freekeywords.wordtracker.com/
· https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal
· http://tools.seobook.com/keyword-tools/seobook/
· http://www.google.com/trends
· http://buzz.yahoo.com/
· http://www.squidoo.com/browse/top_lenses
· http://www.trendwatching.com/trends/
· Market Samurai (free 12 day trial – highly recommended along with the
Free 30 day Challenge by Ed Dale and the gang each year which
gives TONS of great SEO and niche marketing testing videos and
training away for free – you can check all their videos out on YouTube)
* And if you are going to be doing PPC, I highly recommend you downloading the
free Google Adwords Editor, and the free Keyword Manager from Revenue Wire
#3 – FREE CONTENT RECORDING SOFTWARE
· Camtasia 6 has a 30 day free trial, but you can find the full version of
Camtasia Version 3 – for free all over the internet. (and trust me,
Camtasia Version 3 has all the basics that you need)
· (for Mac Users, I highly recommend Screenflow – it worksto capture your screen— instead of typing an email, you can showsomeone exactly what you are talking about

· Xiosoft Teleseminar / Webinar – Host and record your own
teleseminars and webinars with easy-to-use scheduling and set up.
(just $1.00 for a 21 day trial)
· Record Skype calls with Pamela – for easy sharing, whether it be for
your blog, a new product interview, or your own podcast! I use this tool
all the time- it’s awesome! (free 30 day trial)
#2 – FREE GOOGLE TOOLS    
·Google Webmaster – How google views your website is important – you can
update your sitemap, set your www or non-www preferences and run
diagnostics to make there are no errors on your site.
·Google Analytics – very easy to install and set up
·Google Website Optimizer- split test web pages, sales pages, squeeze
pages – anything you want. How do you know if you have a real winner?
Check out www.splittester.com – you just enter in the number of clicks and
your CTR, and it will tell you if you have a clear winner or not.
**Now, if you want to get a bit more advanced with your website testing and
tracking, here are a few *paid* options that are definitely worth looking into:
· Clicktale- will record visitor sessions for you, and you can watch how
your visitors interact on your website. Where do they click? Where do
they bail? Where do they look? Where do they get hung up? You can
see it all with Clicktale.
· Enquisite and RavenSEO for organic SEO monitoring
· Woopra for real-time website tracking and statistics
#1 – FREE CONTENT SHARING AND SUBMISSION SOFTWARE
· Survey Monkey – easy to use survey tool, free version with 10
questions and up to 100 responses
· TubeMogul – free video submission without having to pay for a service
like Traffic Geyser, includes built in video statistics and tracking
· Social Marker – free social bookmarking to hundreds of bookmarking
sites
· OnlyWire – free social bookmarking to 30 bookmarking sites with just 1
click!
· BaseCamp – great project management tools, file sharing and
collaboration with multiple people (free 30 day trial)

· Team Viewer – free remote desktop, desktop sharing/presentation
software
· DimDim – free VOIP calls, desktop sharing, and online collaboration
· Skype – (of course) free international skype-skype VOIP calls

 

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Mems Chips– How many do you have??

They let gadgets sense motion, trigger car airbags and can be found in smoke detectors and inkjet printers. MEMS chips are highly advanced chips, made on refurbished lithography machines.

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Web Pages from 1996 to Current 150 billion

Browse through over 150 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago. To start surfing the Wayback, type in the web address of a site or page where you would like to start, and press enter. Then select from the archived dates available. The resulting pages point to other archived pages at as close a date as possible. Keyword searching is not currently supported.

http://archive.bibalex.org, the Internet archive at the New Library of Alexandria, Egypt, mirrors the Wayback Machine. Try your search there when you have trouble connecting to the Wayback servers.

Wayback Machine Hardware     http://www.archive.org/web/web.php

 

 

 

 

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Posted by - July 10, 2011 at 10:03 pm

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Link to 70 on-line Databases that are very important

The 70 Online Databases that Define Our Planet

 

Back in April, we looked at an ambitious European plan to simulate the entire planet. The idea is to exploit the huge amounts of data generated by financial markets, health records, social media and climate monitoring to model the planet’s climate, societies and economy. The vision is that a system like this can help to understand and predict crises before they occur so that governments can take appropriate measures in advance.

There are numerous challenges here. Nobody yet has the computing power necessary for such a task, neither are there models that will can accurately model even much smaller systems. But before any of that is possible, researchers must gather the economic, social and technological data needed to feed this machine.

Today, we get a grand tour of this challenge from Dirk Helbing and Stefano Balietti at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. Helbing is the driving force behind this project and the man who will lead it if he gets the EUR 1 billion he needs from the European Commission.

It turns out that there are already numerous sources of data that could provide the necessary fuel to power Helbing’s Earth Simulator. “In the past, collecting data of human activity has been largely obstructed by fifinancial, technological and ethical issues,” say Helbing and Balietti. That is no longer the case.

While good data from social sciences experiments has been hard to come by in the past, researchers are currently swamped by it thanks to a new generation of lab experiments, web experiments and the study of massive multi-player on-line games.

These and other pursuits are now producing massive amounts of data, many of which are freely available on the web.

Of course, one of the dangers from such an approach is that any ethical issues are likely to be swamped by this tidal wave of numbers. This needs to be urgently addressed. While Helbing and colleagues write persuasively about the potential benefits of an Earth Simulator, it’s hard to believe they’ve given the same amount of thought to the potential risks.

So in the interests of stimulating this debate, I’m reproducing here Helbing’s list of websites that are potential sources of data for an Earth Simulator. It makes for fascinating, if unnerving, reading:

Internet and historical snapshots
Internet Archive / Wayback machine
The Internet Archive offers permanent access for researchers, historians, scholars, people with disabilities, and the general public to historical collections that exist in digital format. Founded in 1996, now the Internet Archive includes texts, audio, moving images, and software as well as archived

Wikipedia
Wikipedia is the most famous cooperatively edited encyclopedia. Since every change is stored, Web pages’ history can offer a detailed subject-based overview of the most important references of the past.

The Knowledge Centers
A collection of links to other resources for fifinding Web pages as they used to exist in the past.

Whenago
Whenago provides quick access to historical information about what happened in the past on a given day.

World Digital Library
The World Digital Library (WDL) makes available on the Internet, free of charge and in multilingual format, signifificant primary materials from countries and cultures around the world.

 

Information retrieval engines
Freebase
Freebase is an open, Creative Commons licensed repository of structured data of more than 12 million entities. It provides collaborative tools to link entities together and keep them updated.

Wolfram Alpha Computational Knowledge Engine
An attempt to compute whatever can be computed about anything. It aims to provide a single source that can be relied on by everyone for defifinitive answers to factual queries.

Text mining on the Web
Google Trends
Google Trends shows visual statistics about how often keywords have been searched on Google over time. Google Trends also shows how frequently topics have appeared in Google News stories, and in which geographic regions people have searched for them most.

Google Flu Trends
Google Flu Trends uses aggregated Google search data to estimate flu activity. Data available for download as well.

The Observatorium
The Observatorium project focuses on complex network dynamics in the Internet, proposing to monitor its evolution in real-time, with the general objective of better understanding the processes of knowledge generation and opinion dynamics.

We Feel Fine
A database of several million human feelings, harvested from blogs and social pages in the Web. Using a series of playful interfaces, the feelings can be searched and sorted across a number of demographic slices. Web api available as well.

CyberEmotions
The CyberEmotions project focuses on the role of collective emotions in creating, forming and breaking-up ecommunities. It makes available for download three datasets containing news and comments from the BBC News forum, Digg and MySpace, only for academic research and only after the submission of an application form.

Social data sharing
Linked Data
Linked Data is about using the Web to connect related data that was not previously linked, or using the Web to lower the barriers to linking data currently linked using other methods.

Dataverse Network Project
The Dataverse Network is an application to publish, share, reference, extract and analyze research data. It facilitates making data available to others, and allows to replicate others work. Researchers and data authors get credit, publishers and distributors get credit, affiliated institutions get credit.

Data360
Data360 is an open-source, collaborative and free Web site. The site hosts a common and shared database, which any person or organization, committed to neutrality and non-partisanship (meaning let the data speak), can use for presentations and visualizations.

Swivel
Swivel is a web site where people share reports of charts and numbers. It is free for public data, and charges a monthly fee to people who want to use it in private.

Many Eyes
A IBM initiative that allows users to upload their datasets and use a collection of tools to obtain meaningful visualizations from them. Each visualization is publicly stored on a dedicated page, where users can comment, rate and tag it. Reuse of the data is possible and encouraged.

Conflict data
CSCW Data on Armed Conflict
CSCW and Uppsala Conflict Data Program (UCDP) at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University, have collaborated in the production of a dataset of armed conflicts, both internal and external, in the period 1946 to the present. Currently, probably the most extensive dataset repository available, in particular for historic data.

WarViews
The aim of the WarViews project is to create an easy-to-use front-end for the exploration of GIS data on conflict. It can run on a Web browser or it can be displayed using Google Earth.

The following are civil war specifific datasets with additional empirical information:
Ethnic group location dataset
Ethnic power balances dataset
Collection of updated datasets and codebooks from the Uppsala Conflict Data Program (UCDP).

ACLED
Partially contained in the PRIO dataset, ACLED (Armed Conflict Location and Events Dataset) is designed for disaggregated conflict analysis and crisis mapping. This dataset codes the location of all reported conflict events in 50 countries in the developing world. Data are currently being coded from 1997 to 2009 and the project continues to backdate conflict information for African states to the year of independence.

CERAC
The Conflict Analysis Resource Center hosts several cross country conflict data sets and a few datasets of particular countries. Repositories also have datasets of political instability and conflict.

The Cross-National Time-Series Data Archive
The Cross-National Time-Series Data Archive provides annual data for a range of countries from 1815 to the present. Frequently cited, it is one of the leading datasets on political violence”, according to Robert Bates at Harvard University. It is possibly the most widely used event dataset” according to Henrik Urdal, International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO).

Country specifific repositories: IraqAfghanistan
Collection of datasets of terrorist acts.

Data in economics and fifinance
Bloomberg

International real-time data provider for decision makers in fifinance, business and government.

Maddison Data
Historical statistics about GDP and population data.

UNCTAD Statistics
The UNCTAD Handbook of Statistics on-line provides time series of economic data and development indicators, in some cases going back as far as 1950; the Commodity Price Statistics Online Database; the UNCTAD-TRAINS on the Internet (Trade Analysis and Information System) for trade control measures as well as import flows by origin for over 130 countries; the Foreign Direct Investment database (FDI).

OECD Statistics Portal
Large collection of datasets covering economics, demographics. Extractions are freely available, full access requires subscription.

EUROSTAT
Detailed statistics on the EU and candidate countries, and various statistical publications for sale.

Where’s George?
Spatial tracking system for U.S. and Canadian dollars.

Eurobilltracker
Spatial tracking system for Euro banknotes.

 

Scientifific collaboration data
ISI Web of Knowledge

Comprehensive source of information in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. It encompasses several datasets, among which the following are maybe the most noteworthy:
Journal Citation Reports. It allows one to evaluate and compare journals using citation data drawn from over 7,500 scholarly and technical journals;
Web of Science. It consists of seven databases containing information gathered from thousands of scholarly journals, books, book series, reports, conferences, and more.

Google Scholar
Google Scholar is search engine specialized in scholarly literature. It indexes different sources (articles, books, abstract, thesis, etc.) from several disciplines and sorts them according to number of citations, author and journal impact factor.

Scholarometer
Scholarometer is a social tool to facilitate citation analysis and help evaluate the impact of an author’s publications. It works as a software plug-in for the Firefox browser.

Scopus
Scopus is a very large abstract and citation database of research literature. It is available only for registered users.

Living Science
Living Science is a real time global science observatory based on publications submitted to arXiv.org. It covers real time (daily) submissions of publications in areas as diverse as Physics, Astronomy, Computer Science, Mathematics and Quantitative Biology. Currently, contents are dynamically updated each day. Living Science is a powerful analysis tool to identify the magnitude and impact of scientifific work worldwide.

 

Social sciences
ICPSR of the University of Michigan

ICPSR offers more than 500,000 digital fifiles containing social science research data. Disciplines represented include political science, sociology, demography, economics, history, gerontology, criminal justice, public health, foreign policy, terrorism, health and medical care, early education, education, racial and ethnic minorities, psychology, law, substance abuse and mental health, and more.

UK Data Center of the University of Essex
The UK’s largest collection of digital research data in the social sciences and humanities.

Berkeley’s UC DATA Archive
UC DATA’s data holdings are primarily in the areas of Political, Social and Health Sciences.

The Economic and Social Data Service (ESDS)
The Economic and Social Data Service (ESDS) is a national data service providing access and support for an extensive range of key economic and social data, both quantitative and qualitative, spanning many disciplines and themes. It contains a map of additional datasets from several European countries.

CESSDA
Wide data collections including sociological surveys, election studies, longitudinal studies, opinion polls, and census data. Among the materials are international and European data such as the European Social Survey, the Eurobarometers, and the International Social Survey Programme.

Gapminder Data
Gapminder is a popular technology and Web application for cross-visualisation of trends in time series of data. It also opens an archive of multiple datasets on diverse socio-economic indicators.

World Value Survey
The World Value Survey provides data about values and cultural changes in societies all over the world.

Urban data
Global Urban Observatory database
The Global Urban Observatory (GUO) offers policy-oriented urban indicators, statistics and other urban information.

Urban Observatory
U.S. based datasets about wealth, innovation and crime across cities.

Traffic data
NGSIM
The Next Generation Simulation (NGSIM) program was initiated by the United States Department of Transportation (US DOT). The program developed a core of open behavioral algorithms in support of traffic simulation, and collected high-quality primary trac and trajectory data intended to support the research and testing of the new algorithms.

Swiss Federal Roads Office FEDRO 
The Swiss Federal Roads Office offers a comprehensive overview on traffic flows in Switzerland. Data are collected by permanent automatic traffic counting stations and complemented by regular manual checking since 1961.

TrafficData
The aim of the International Traffic Database (ITDb) project is to provide traffic data to various groups (researchers, practitioners, public entities) in a format according to their particular needs, ranging from raw measurement data to statistical analysis. ITDb promotes a flexible traffic data provision format based on user needs and standard habits.

Clearing House for Transport Data
The Clearing House for Transport Data in the German Aerospace Center is the fifirst point of contact for a quick overview of the available data. It is targeted at both organizations who gather transport-relevant data and those who wish to use the results of such research. The information offered includes the preparation of detailed metadata on the data sets, as well as notes on possible uses and sources.

Desweiteren das Regiolab Delft
The regiolab-delft initiative started just after 2000 as a joint project led by TU Delft in association with the Municipality of Delft, the TRAIL research school, the Province of South Holland, the Ministry of Transport and several industrial partners. The archived dataset consists of over 6 years of 1 minute averaged speed and aggregate flow data from densely spaced inductive loops on the freeway network in the province of south Holland and other data from intersection controllers, license plate detection camera’s and much more.

RITA
The Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) of the U.S. Department of Transportation offers several datasets about maritime, freights, airline, passengers, etc. traffic statistics.

ETH Travel Data Archive (ETHTDA)
The ETH Travel Data Archive (ETHTDA) is a virtual platform allowing end users to browse the archived travel data over the Web and enabling simple statistical analysis.

Metropolitan Travel Survey Archive
The Metropolitan Travel Survey Archive to store, preserve, and make publicly available, via the Internet, travel surveys conducted by metropolitan areas, states and localities.

Infoblu
Infoblu is a private company providing real-time traffic monitoring services for Italy. All services are available for a fee.

Open maps
Google Maps

World-famous map service. It offers several additional services such as: Street View, user-uploaded content (photos, comments and ratings) and personalized overlays through service apis.

OpenStreetMap
OpenStreetMap (by UCL) is a free editable map of the whole world. OpenStreetMap allows you to view, edit and use geographical data in a collaborative way from anywhere on Earth.

Tracksource Brasil
Tracksource is a collaborative project aimed at creating and distributing for free maps of Brasil.

Logistics data
National Household Travel Survey

The National Household Travel Survey (NHTS) collect data on both long-distance and local travel by the American public. The joint survey gathers trip-related data such as mode of transportation, duration, distance and purpose of trip. It also gathers demographic, geographic, and economic data for analysis purposes. It is part of RITA.

Commodity Flow Survey
The Commodity Flow Survey (CFS) is the primary source of national and state-level data on domestic freight shipments by American establishments in mining, manufacturing, wholesale, auxiliaries, and selected retail industries. Data are provided on the types, origins and destinations, values, weights, modes of transport, distance shipped, and ton-miles of commodities shipped. It is part of RITA and it is conducted every fifive years (last sampling on 2007).

Climate data
Julich
Climate data from Julich Research Center.

Google.org
Google introduces its data-driven philanthropic projects, among which two environmental satellite observatories:
the Earth Engine: for monitoring trends in world deforestation;
the Crisis Response: for monitoring the oil spill from the Deep Horizon sank platform.

Reality mining
Reality Mining
Behavioral data collected from 100 mobile phones over 9 months. Includes both proximity and phone usage statistics. Two anonymized datasets available: single user (MySQL) and global (Matlab).

Other open data initiatives
Data.gov
Wide collection of public US datasets available for research.

Data.gov.uk
Wide collection of public UK datasets available for research.

Digging Into Data
Launched by the National Science Foundation (NSF), it offers a collection of diverse data repositories.

Guardian Data Blog
Data journalism initiative that posts public interest (primarily UK relevant) datasets together with their analysis. A few collaborations with data visualization artists are present as well.

Google Public Data
Google offers several large datasets on diverse world socio-economic indicators and provides tools for easy visualization.

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Wondering about the American economy? This animated video explains inflation, stagflation, recession and more, all in 5 minutes

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Posted by - June 30, 2011 at 10:34 pm

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