Monday, August 24, 2020
Most article promoting endeavors put on a show of being by and large pretty malicious. That may sound somewhat brutal, however letÃ¢â¬â¢s thoroughly consider this for a moment. What is article advertising? Leaving aside visitor blog posting for only a second, the most well known type of article advertising includes turning content for the sole motivation behind getting backlinks to a website. That way to deal with composing articles and getting backlinks makes only a catastrophe waiting to happen. Following three to a half year, youÃ¢â¬â¢ll go to the diminish reality that youÃ¢â¬â¢ve simply burned through a great deal of cash and time and have nothing to appear for it. How Article Spinning Is Supposed To Work The most exceptional text rewriters utilize a turning linguistic structure. This permits you to make a Ã¢â¬Å"seed articleÃ¢â¬ with words and expressions that can be Ã¢â¬Å"spunÃ¢â¬ or Ã¢â¬Å"rotatedÃ¢â¬ around inside the article. For instance, a sentence in an article may peruse, Ã¢â¬Å"the feline is on the mat.Ã¢â¬ This could be spun utilizing a language structure like Ã¢â¬Å"[the/a/my] [cat/hound/reptile/pet rock] is [on/under] the [mat/mat/my neighborÃ¢â¬â¢s car].Ã¢â¬ Each word or expression is isolated by a Ã¢â¬Å"/Ã¢â¬ or some other exceptional character that the product engineer has assigned for his text rewriting program. This is the thing that permits you to think of minor departure from a similar sentence like Ã¢â¬Å"The feline is on the mat,Ã¢â¬ Ã¢â¬Å"My feline is on the mat,Ã¢â¬ My canine is under my neighborÃ¢â¬â¢s car,Ã¢â¬ and so on. Spun articles are then submitted to blog systems with a connection in the footer of the article pointing back to your site. The more connections you can siphon out by means of these articles, the better your web search tool rankings will be. With this sort of procedure, you could siphon out 1,000,000 articles with a couple of good seed articles and overwhelm the whole Internet. ItÃ¢â¬â¢s so natural, correct? One moment. How Article Spinning Wastes Your Money Since the entirety of the words in each sentence of your seed article must be compatible for the whole article to bode well, it leaves an enormous impression that Google can without much of a stretch spot. Truth be told, many webpage proprietors are currently observing warnings in their Webmaster Tools account revealing to them that Google has found Ã¢â¬Å"unnatural connecting patterns.Ã¢â¬ This isnÃ¢â¬â¢t 2002 any longer. Google has gotten significantly more brilliant since its Panda revive. This calculation update is explicitly intended to weed flimsy substance (for example spun articles). Google is additionally forcefully prohibiting and punishing website arranges that advance these sorts of articles with the most prominent case being the previous Ã¢â¬Å"Build My RankÃ¢â¬ organize. Systems like Unique Article Wizard, My Article Network, Blog Blueprint, LinkVana, Article Marketing Automation, Article Ranks, SEO Link Monster, Rank Jumpers, Authority Link Network, SEO Link Vine Elite, SEO Nitro, and Backlink Buddy have additionally felt the slap of Google. When itÃ¢â¬â¢s all said and done, youÃ¢â¬â¢ll invest a ton of energy making seed articles (or getting them), paying for the product to turn it, and afterward potentially paying for passage into a blog arrange just to have your website drop in the SERPs. Quality written substance makes all the difference, Quality Is Queen The ace of linkbuilding, Eric Ward, has construct a whole business around merit-based linkbuilding. Extraordinarily, heÃ¢â¬â¢s just distributed a few hundred articles during his profession (which began before Google even existed) and just has a couple thousand backlinks highlighting his site. His mystery? He composed exceptionally high caliber and adroit articles. He looked for hard to get backlinks and visitor blog entries. The outcome? His site, ericward.com, is nailed, stapled, stuck, and screwed to the main page of Google for his picked catchphrases. You might not have the opportunity, want, or capacity to compose extraordinary substance. ThatÃ¢â¬â¢s fine. You despite everything have two options before you. You can either go through somewhat more cash now for quality substance that will prompt legitimacy based backlinks and a great situation in GoogleÃ¢â¬â¢s web crawler, or you can go through significantly more cash later when the text rewriting thing doesnÃ¢â¬â¢t work out for you. ThereÃ¢â¬â¢s a well-known axiom that goes this way: Ã¢â¬Å"price purchasers are twice buyers.Ã¢â¬ The decision is yours. What are you going to do?
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Saturday, August 22, 2020
Verbally abusing: giving a thought an awful mark, a negative term that sticks. Sparkling Generally: inverse of verbally abusing, utilizes Ã¢â¬Å"goodÃ¢â¬ words and expressions that have a positive Ã¢â¬Å"glitteringÃ¢â¬ bid. They are wide, dubious, and frequently trivial genuinely charged words. Move: utilizes images ordinarily, to extend the power, assent and distinction of something regarded and respected over to something different so as to make the last satisfactory. Generally enthusiasm, religion, religion, and partner yourself with somebody well known/popular and utilizing that personÃ¢â¬â¢s Ã¢â¬Å"coat tailsÃ¢â¬ . In above picture, highlighting John Kerry and John Edwards, I see some exchange with the banner behind them. Symbolize can't help thinking that they are as yet solid and respectable simply like the banner. I think they are planning to appear to be enthusiastic to our nation regardless of all the frightful things they said about our leader. Tribute: having some well known, regarded individual state a thought (or individual) is acceptable (or terrible). In the photograph of Bush and Schwarzenegger, I think Bush is attempting to utilize ArnoldÃ¢â¬â¢s notoriety and distinction to get him a couple of votes in California as well as around the country. Plain Folks: Speaker attempts to persuade his crowd that he and his thoughts are acceptable in light of the fact that they are of the individuals, the Ã¢â¬Å"Plain FolksÃ¢â¬ . Attempting to make us feel that he/she is much the same as us. In picture to one side, shrub is seen conversating with the soldiers like one of the young men. Card stacking: includes organizing realities and contentions to be uneven. Normally includes forgetting about noteworthy data. In the above picture, this individual is attempting to constrain these children into accepting they ought to follow what he says. He is utilizing power and not recounting to the whole story. Temporary fad: Everybody is following this program, so follow the crowd,Ã¢â¬ bounce on the band wagonÃ¢â¬ . In picture to one side, it recommends that everybody should smoke maryjane on the grounds that even the chipmunk is. The Big Lie: if something is rehashed enough occasions, individuals start to acknowledge it as truth.
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Thursday, July 23, 2020
Can Tapering Down Reduce Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms Addiction Alcohol Use Withdrawal and Relapse Print Pros and Cons of Tapering Down Alcohol Intake By Buddy T facebook twitter Buddy T is an anonymous writer and founding member of the Online Al-Anon Outreach Committee with decades of experience writing about alcoholism. Learn about our editorial policy Buddy T Medically reviewed by Medically reviewed by Steven Gans, MD on August 05, 2016 Steven Gans, MD is board-certified in psychiatry and is an active supervisor, teacher, and mentor at Massachusetts General Hospital. Learn about our Medical Review Board Steven Gans, MD Updated on December 02, 2019 Verywell / JR Bee More in Addiction Alcohol Use Withdrawal and Relapse Binge Drinking Children of Alcoholics Drunk Driving Addictive Behaviors Drug Use Nicotine Use Coping and Recovery If you want to quit drinking, you might want to try to taper off first, instead of stopping suddenly, to try to reduce the severity of possible alcohol withdrawal symptoms. If you are a daily drinker, a long-time heavy drinker, or a frequent binge drinker, if you suddenly stop drinking altogether, chances are you are going to experience some form of withdrawal symptoms and if you try to quit on your own without any kind of medical assistance, those symptoms could become very severe. Unfortunately, there is little if any research that shows that tapering off actually reduces the effects of alcohol withdrawal. That could be because withdrawal symptoms vary widely from one person to the next, and there is no way to compare results between daily, heavy, or binge drinkers. Rationale for Tapering Down Instead of Cold Turkey We do know that tapering off is standard medical practice for other drugs. Patients taking antidepressants, for example, are usually not taken off their medication abruptly but have their dosages gradually reduced.?? We also know that products used to help people quit smoking, such as nicotine patches or gum, are designed to gradually wean smokers off nicotine by slowly reducing the amount of nicotine they consume. Common sense tells us that quitting cold turkey from a 12-beer-a-day habit is going to be more stressful than tapering down slowly. That doesnt mean to suggest that home detox is either an effective or reasonable appropriate. Generally speaking, alcohol home detox is neither the most effective nor safest method of quitting alcohol. However, it is inexpensive and may be suitable for someone whose job, relationships, and well-being are not in jeopardy. Strategies for Tapering Alcohol Consumption The simplest way to taper off your alcohol consumption is to gradually reduce the number of drinks that you usually drink over a period of time. For example, if you usually drink five glasses of wine every day, try cutting back to four glasses for several days and then try to reduce it to three. Some people taper off by spacing out the length of time between each drink. They may limit themselves to only one drink per hour, for example. Or, they may substitute a glass of water, juice or Gatorade between each alcoholic drink. Some cut back by mixing weaker drinks with less alcohol. Others try to taper off by changing from the alcoholic beverage that they prefer to one that they do not like. For example, they may try to switch from a beverage that they like (like wine) to one they dont (like beer). That rationale is that they are less likely to drink as much of the beverage they do not like. If you plan to taper your drinking in order to stop, make sure that you limit your intake consistently, avoid fluctuations, and adhere to a weekly reduction schedule with a set date to stop. Tapering is not an open-ended process. Challenges of Cutting Down on Alcohol Intake For some drinkers, cutting down on the amount of alcohol they drink simply does not work. They may cut back for a short period of time, but they soon find themselves back to drinking at their usual level. This is especially true of heavy drinkers who are surrounded by the triggers that encourage drinking and lack the support needed to encourage change. Those who find that they cannot taper off the number of drinks for any significant length of time probably have developed a severe alcohol use disorder or have become what is commonly known as an alcoholic. For others, simply cutting back the number of drinks can bring on alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Moreover, substituting one kind of beverage for another does not help you taper off alcohol if you consume the same number of standard drinks as you usually have. For example, one 12-ounce can of beer contains the same amount of alcohol as a 5-ounce glass of wine or a mixed drink containing 1.5 ounces of alcohol.?? With these things in mind, you need to weigh the pros and cons of tapering your alcohol useâ"ideally with someone you trustâ"to make a fully informed decision. A Word From Verywell If you find that you are one of those drinkers who cannot taper their alcohol consumption consistently or if you find that you begin to experience withdrawal symptoms by merely cutting back, dont give up. You dont have to let the fear of alcohol withdrawal stop you from cutting back or quitting. You may decide to seek medical treatment for your withdrawal symptoms or decide to enter a professional detox or rehab center. Whatever you do, it is better to act than not act. Even if you fail, there are still plenty of treatment options you can turn to. Dont give up.
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Friday, May 22, 2020
The first and third quartiles are descriptive statistics that are measurements of position in a data set.Ã Similar to how the median denotes the midway point of a data set, the first quartile marks the quarter or 25% point.Ã Approximately 25% of the data values are less than or equal to the first quartile.Ã The third quartile is similar, but for the upper 25% of data values.Ã We will look into these ideas in more detail in what follows. The Median There are several ways to measure the center of a set of data. The mean, median, mode and midrange all have their advantages and limitations in expressing the middle of the data. Of all of these ways to find the average, the median is the most resistant to outliers. It marks the middle of the data in the sense that half of the data is less than the median. The First Quartile ThereÃ¢â¬â¢s no reason we have to stop at finding just the middle. What if we decided to continue this process? We could calculate the median of the bottom half of our data. One half of 50% is 25%. Thus half of half, or one quarter, of the data would be below this. Since we are dealing with a quarter of the original set, this median of the bottom half of the data is called the first quartile, and is denoted by Q1. The Third Quartile There is no reason why we looked at the bottom half of the data. Instead, we could have looked at the top half and performed the same steps as above. The median of this half, which we will denote by Q3 also splits the data set into quarters. However, this number denotes the top one quarter of the data. Thus three quarters of the data is below our number Q3. This is why we call Q3 the third quartile. An Example To make this all clear, letÃ¢â¬â¢s look at an example. It may be helpful to first review how to calculate the median of some data. Start with the following data set: 1, 2, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 7, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15, 15, 15, 17, 17, 18, 20 There are a total of twenty data points in the set. We begin by finding the median. Since there is an even number of data values, the median is the mean of the tenth and eleventh values. In other words, the median is: (7 8)/2 7.5. Now look at the bottom half of the data. The median of this half is found between the fifth and sixth values of: 1, 2, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 7, 7 Thus the first quartile is found to equal Q1 (4 6)/2 5 To find the third quartile, look at the top half of the original data set. We need to find the median of: 8, 11, 12, 15, 15, 15, 17, 17, 18, 20 Here the median is (15 15)/2 15. Thus the third quartile Q3 15. Interquartile Range and Five Number Summary Quartiles help to give us a fuller picture of our data set as a whole. The first and third quartiles give us information about the internal structure of our data. The middle half of the data falls between the first and third quartiles, and is centered about the median. The difference between the first and third quartiles, called the interquartile range, shows how the data is arranged about the median. A small interquartile range indicates data that is clumped about the median. A larger interquartile range shows that the data is more spread out. A more detailed picture of the data can be obtained by knowing the highest value, called the maximum value, and the lowest value, called the minimum value. The minimum, first quartile, median, third quartile and maximum are a set of five values called the five number summary. An effective way to display these five numbers is called a boxplot or box and whisker graph.
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Thursday, May 7, 2020
Makayla Logan Mrs.Loving English III 12 November 2014 Teenage drug abuse is an issue that can result from a wide variety of social influences, stressful events, and mental disorders. Drug abuse among adolescents is a troubling issue because it decreases focus, increases the chance of consistency in behavior during adulthood, increases the chances of developing emotional issues, permanently damages the brain, and damages tissues in every system that can lead to death. Previous scientific research has identified that social factors, including the media and peers, play an important role in psychological development and impact the adolescent s decision to start experimenting with substances (Edwards). Appropriate solutions for the teenageÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦Teens usually abuse certain drugs that people usually wouldn t think they used . The most popular drug that teen abuse is tobacco products, cannabinoids also known as marijuana, cold medications, inhalants such as gasoline or ammonia, depressants, stimulant, N arcotics like morphine, oxycodone,codeine, hallucinogens, Dissociative, or Club drugs like ecstasy know as X (Edwards). At least 3,900 children under the age of eighteen have either tried or have been offered one of these drugs (Ã¢â¬Å"FactsÃ¢â¬ ). More teens die from prescription drugs and about fifty precent of those teens that are seniors in high school think that crack or cocaine is harmless to their body (Ã¢â¬Å"11Ã¢â¬ ).Using drugs can put people in danger of HIV/AIDS when a person is high off drugs it can make or break their judgment (Ã¢â¬Å"FactsÃ¢â¬ ).This will make them either use more drugs also known as a gateway drug like marijuana. Illicit drugs among teens remains really high due to a very popular drug marijuana. About 65% of seniors use marijuana every day (Ã¢â¬Å"DrugFactsÃ¢â¬ ). Marijuana is a very common drug for teens to use. Teens do not consider marijuana to be harmful or addicting (Volkox).Marijuana may not be addicting to certain people, it depends o n your genes, family, peer and their success in school (Volkox).The use of marijuana can cause memory and concentration problems. It also impacts on your muscle coordination to react slower than people that donÃ¢â¬â¢t use marijuana (Ã¢â¬Å"DrugsÃ¢â¬ ). Just
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Wednesday, May 6, 2020
High expectations; harmful or helpful? Many parents want their child to be top of their class, make straight AÃ¢â¬â¢s, and be something to brag about at the parent teacher conferences. Having high expectations for your children helps their mind set, education, and end results. Some people think it overworks the kid or lowers their self-esteem, although it has been proven that children who were expected to reach their parents expectations, do. We will write a custom essay sample on High Expectations. or any similar topic only for you Order Now First of all, having high expectations for your kid at early age will help the child over time. They will grow up learning that they need to excel so they will not just one day, give up. Parents who set expectations usually see their children rise to their level of expectation. So setting the standards at high but achievable levels will cause children to step up even further making it easier in the long run. Some people do believe having these Ã¢â¬Å"goalsÃ¢â¬ , for your child can lower their self-esteem, but how could someoneÃ¢â¬â¢s self-esteem be low when they are successful and making profitable living just from the expectations that were set for them as a child? Parents who expect their child to make amazing grades, talk about school, and check up on their childÃ¢â¬â¢s progress in school regularly helps the child but if a parent neglects this weekÃ¢â¬â¢s quiz in, letÃ¢â¬â¢s say math, they send the wrong message to their children. Helping them study for the math quiz is an important part of setting the expectation for college. For instance, many families in Asian countries have set the expectation for their child early on so they grow up thinking that if they donÃ¢â¬â¢t excel in school they are a disappointment. Therefore, these children overachieve in all that they do. They do great in school, go to college, and make a fairly nice living. This race has been known to be very smart and prosperous. So, wouldnÃ¢â¬â¢t it be great if everyone became successful from high expectations and a little push from the parent? Finally, the end results. Being a child with parents having high expectations is a gift. If the parent pushes them to reach their expectation thatÃ¢â¬â¢s just helping the child be successful in life. Those parents just want them to live a happy-fat-wallet-life. People say it may over work the child but really that child is working towards success. A little hard work isnÃ¢â¬â¢t hurting anybody if they know the outcome. Say a child made outstanding grades all through school due to the parents pushing them to. Then, they went to college, letÃ¢â¬â¢s say Harvard; why? Because the kid grew up thinking he needed to excel. Well, that kid goes to Harvard, learns valuable skills, works hard for a high paying job, then ends up living an affluent life, successful and happy all because you had the right motivation. All in all, look where their parents pushed the kid to. They could of said, Ã¢â¬Å"Just try your best. Ã¢â¬ but no, they said, Ã¢â¬Å" YouÃ¢â¬â¢re going to DO your best and your going to get there. Ã¢â¬ High expectations help you have the motivation to reach what is expected of you. Why are you expected to be your best? Because you will definitely not get there by just being Ã¢â¬Å"alright. Ã¢â¬ How to cite High Expectations., Essay examples
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Monday, April 27, 2020
This years WordCamp US is just around the corner, and we couldnt be more excited about it! We had a blast at WordCamp EU last summer in Vienna, where the whole ThemeIsle crew volunteered. So now its time to visit a new continent and see what its like to be a part of the biggest WordCamp event of them all!Lets have a quick preview of what we can all expect at this years WordCamp US. Heres everything you need to know before attending WordCamp US 2016:#WCUS on Social MediaBut first, lets do a bit of social media research to observe peoples overall mood regarding this huge upcoming event. On Twitter, for instance, the big fuss about WordCamp US started a long time ago. Everybodys excited and can hardly count the days until the beginning of December. Its something like this, basically:(Chart by WordPress Charts and Graphs Lite.)From Twitter:Woohoo 30 days until Philly! Looking forward to meeting new peeps and seeing ole friends! #WCUS #community pic.twitter.com/5QMrcAUEGs Adam Silver (@he yadamsilver) November 3, 2016Your visa has been approved, said the nice lady from US Embassy! See you #WCUS #DreamsDoComeTrue Milan IvanoviÃâ¡ (@lanche86) November 8, 2016 https://twitter.com/librariancraftr/status/792066297295089664Feeling excited for #WCUS @selu_01 @rikydzee @MileaMadalin @Adelina_Tuca @mariusfg15 @rodica_elena91 @hackinglife7 pic.twitter.com/9m2HzPuiYE Andrei BÃÆ'icuÃâ¢ (@andreibaicus) October 1, 2016Look for news about a cigar evening at #wcus #philly #cigars Chris Lema (@chrislema) October 28, 2016Getting excited for #wcus. pic.twitter.com/xf8TJsobfs Another Day, Another Doug (@zamoose) October 25, 2016#WordPress people coming to #WCUS: this is going to be epic! Ã°Å¸Ë ±Ã°Å¸â ¸Ã°Å¸ ¦â https://t.co/PChXlaafUa Val Vesa | Social Media Travel Photography (@adspedia) October 22, 2016@a2hosting We have been your biggest fan since we started using your hosting a few years ago. Let us come party with you at #WCUS #a2wcus pic.twitter.com/AZcwlzpHjw Future Desi gn Group (@futuredesigngrp) November 15, 2016If I get nothing else accomplished today at least I got my #WCUS slides done. Nicole Kohler (@nicoleckohler) November 9, 2016getting pretty stoked about #wcus. finally going to get a chance to meet a bunch of you face-to-fantastic-face. Ã°Å¸ ¤Ë Tom McFarlin (@tommcfarlin) November 7, 2016Did you know?The first WordCamp ever took place in San Francisco 10 years agoÃ at the initiative of Matt Mullenweg. Actually, it was more like a local meeting that gathered 500 people and lasted just one single day. That one event was what started the whole craze and what led us to the huge WordCamps of today.It took Europe 7 years to organize a similar event to be hosted on the old continent. So, in 2013, the first WordCamp Europe was born in Leiden, The Netherlands.The term WordCamp US was introduced only last year, when the event moved from San Francisco to Philadelphia for 2 years, including 2016. So, this years event is actually the secondÃ one ever officially called a WordCamp US.Nashville is next! The search for the next city to host WordCamp US in 2017-2018 is over, and Nashville,Ã Tennessee has come on top!WordCamp US 2016Whats in it for you?The event takes place in Philadelphia again, for the second year in a row, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.Everything is possible thanks to the 12 main organizers and the army of volunteers (I mean us!), who make sure allÃ falls into place. And when I say army Im not even exaggerating. There are 200 volunteers.Ã Basically, we are there to answer your questions, so dont hesitate to approach us anytime you need.Now, attending conferences can be a complicated process in itself. It may seem simple at first, but to really get the most out of your experience, you should get yourself ready. For instance, listen to this awesome podcast episode that goes through all the steps necessary to get the most out of any conference.In case you wont be attending, you can still watch the f ull live coverage from the event for FREE. Just sit in your couch, grab a beer, and enjoy the sessions.Speakers and sessionsThere will be 57 speakers and a total number of 52 sessions, running three at the same time in different halls. There will be a lot of big names this year too, namely Taco Verdonschot, Pippin Williamson, Petya Raykovska, Mika Epstein, Lisa Sabin-Wilson, Chris Lema, Topher DeRosia, Joost de Valk, Andrew Nacin, and a lot more.Funny thing! Each day starts with yoga, so everybody can get in shape for the fantastic days ahead!Now, IÃ invite you to review the highlights by days:Friday, December 2ndWordPress for Schools byÃ Cameron Barrett. Everybody is talking about WordPress for professionals. But what about teaching WordPress or raising awareness on how great it is for schools and students? Youll get case studies of public schools switching to WordPress and the advantages that come as a result.Design for humans not robots by Tammie Lister. Sometimes, in our pur suit of results and reaching important marketing goals, we forget that our audience is formed of humans. When you design something, keep your human touch and dont overthink things. This isÃ what Tammie will try to tell us through her talk.Teaching the FBI to photoblog with WordPress byÃ Karl Kevilus. How I worked with the FBI around the country to create BanditTracker websites to put away some of the countries most dangerous criminals. I think this quote sums it all. And I think this will be just great and very interesting.HeroPress: The People Of WordPress by Topher DeRosia. Since were a community, lets find out more about us as a group of people loving WordPress, but mostly as individuals.Finding your voice by blogging by Chris Lema. So youre blogging, but it seems like nothing falls into its place? Chris Lemas talk may help you find out who you are and what you stand for. Once you get to know yourself and your plans better, youll find your voice.Saturday, December 3rdWordPre ss SEO in 2016 by Joost de Valk. SEO 2016 takeaways presented by the creator of the most popular WordPress SEO plugin in the market.Internationalizing The New York Times byÃ Scott Taylor. See how WordPress is successfully used and customized to serve as the publishing platform of choice for one of the biggest media brands in the world.Lets Encrypt! Wait. Why? How? byÃ Nancy Thanki. This has been one of the hottest topics of the year. First, on WordPress.com, then on all self-hosted sites.A view from Google: The latest in Search and mobile byÃ Maile Ohye. Google is our friend but sometimes also our enemy. Its important to understand what Google expects of us, and how to make sure that our sites check off all the right boxes.Lat but not least State of The Word with Matt Mullenweg. Perhaps the main panel that you should really attend at least if you want to be up-to-date with everything thats next on WordPress timeline.Sunday, December 4thContributor Day. Take your laptop and create something great to improve WordPress (no matter what field youre working in).But these are just our picks, so check the full schedule hereÃ and make your own agenda!The after-partyAfter the sessions, discussions, and mostly serious stuff, its time to have fun too!The Saturday night WordCamp after-party will be something unconventional. The party will actually be held in The Academy of Natural Sciences, aka a museum! You can have fun, dance, and at the same time look at the exhibits and visit the location. Whats planned for this night? Karaoke (yeeey!), live animals (that will be interesting), a Butterfly Room (interesting again), and chill/relaxation time in the library.How things were a year ago in picturesWhile were looking forward to the 2016s WordCamp US, lets go back to see a few of the last years awesome moments that reveal how much people really enjoyed Philadelphia. See you there!Almost the whole ThemeIsle team will be in Philadelphia this year as p art of the volunteering crew. Its the first cross-continent WordCamp were attending, and everybody is very excited about that. If you see us around, were more than happy to spend some time with you and chat (as long as were not on duty :D) Personally, Im really happy that Ill have my own small contribution in making this edition of WordCamp possible.So, were getting closer and closer to our first WordCamp US, and wereÃ happy to be there. 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