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Digital Logistics


Logistics is about transportation. A waiter, vendor and seller is a transport worker. A waiter brings the food to the customer. Digital logistics is about effective electronic transportation and distribution. The transportation should be costeffective, secure and fast.

The HTTP protocol invented by Tim Berners-Lee was very simple. This simplicity combined with the static hypertext markup language HTML was the main reason tor the popularity and the growth of the web. But this simplicity also had many drawbacks. In a sense the model was outdated before it was implemented. Vannevar Bush with his memex, Douglas Englebart and his team that developed hypertext and Ted Nelson that is credited with the words:

had already described a more flexible, generic and complex model than the simple one target one source model developed by Tim Bernes-Lee. Google and Ted Nelson are competing in organizing all of the worlds knowledge. Dr. Erik Wilde and Dr. David Lowe has written a good book that describes this theory in greater detail.

XPath, XLink, XPointer, and XML: A Practical Guide to Web Hyperlinking and Transclusion Addison Wesley ISBN: 0201703440

"When we talk about the Internet, we talk about the World Wide Web from the past four or five years. But, its history goes back a lot further; all the way back to the 1950s and 60s."

 

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What is geolocation used for? There are many uses for geolocation. One is just to be 'cool' -- people aren't used to seeing their city name on a web page. Another is to track where your users are coming from. Many smart merchants use geolocation as part of their fraud screening. If you have multiple local offices, you can point users to the correct one automatically. You could even target different people based on the demographics of the city that they are from. The uses of an IP location are endless.

Your search engine ranks depend highly on the validity and quality of your In-Bound Links. Imagine if you could take just the features you want from the many toolbars you may have installed, and combine them into a single super toolbar. If you are webmaster, one of the most powerful features is the ability to generate individual toolbars, customized to each visitor's needs or preferences. For example, if you have a financial web site, you could display real time stock quotes that are individually tailored to each user. There is virtually no limit to what you will be able to do.

OperaMini is a full Internet browser that allows you to browse any Web site from your mobile device. A better and faster Internet experience with a full Internet browser in a small package especially suited for small-screen devices. Opera is in the end of 2007 the most secure, functional and Web 2.0 browser on the internet. Download the Opera browser here and test if for yourself. When it is downloaded, click "View + Style" and you will see that it is the best browser for peoples with disabilties. Also, note that in the search field to the right of the URL address field, you can change default SE by a click with the mouse. You can also cascade or tile windows. But it is when you log into your bank account for the first time and generates a master password, that you will note that the browser has put security at new level compared to other bowsers. Cross browser scripting is more difficult with this browser.

The E-book, E-magazine and digital library is a fact. An E-book is like an ordinary book. If you want to copy it you must take a screendump of every page. It is digitally secured so you can not download it, you can not print it out and you can not send it to another computer. There is only one copy of it. Some are automatically destroyed after som days / weeks / months. You pay for the right to read it. It is cheaper than an ordinary book.

The paperless office was launced many years ago. Data logistics, information logistics and communication logistics are synonymous with the right facts and the right message sent to the right place to the right time. This page contains information and software that tailor the electronic message and information.

Information flow on the internet and search engines.

Search engines can be maipulated e.g. by weblogs or BLOGs and they have been. Adam Mathes started what was to become the first "Google Bomb." The whole point of the exercise was to take advantage of Google's idea that what someone says about your site is more important than the actual content in an effort to make one person look silly. It worked.

The internet is like a huge library of information, some structured and some unstructured. From chaotic flow we know, that the trajector visits some parts of the attractor it lives on, more often than other parts. Information is distributed very assymmetric on the web, with more than 50 % on computers located in the USA. Search engines like Google runs on a unique combination of advanced hardware and software.

"The speed you experience can be attributed in part to the efficiency of our search algorithm and partly to the thousands of low cost PC's we've networked together to create a superfast search engine.. ... The heart of our software is PageRank™.....PageRank relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page's value. In essence, Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B. But, Google looks at more than the sheer volume of votes, or links a page receives; it also analyzes the page that casts the vote. Votes cast by pages that are themselves "important" weigh more heavily and help to make other pages "important." Important, high-quality sites receive a higher PageRank, which Google remembers each time it conducts a search. Of course, important pages mean nothing to you if they don't match your query. So, Google combines PageRank with sophisticated text-matching techniques to find pages that are both important and relevant to your search. Google goes far beyond the number of times a term appears on a page and examines all aspects of the page's content (and the content of the pages linking to it) to determine if it's a good match for your query."
Source: http://www.google.com/technology/index.html
From statistical theory, we know stratified sampling is more effective than pure random sampling.
From Bayesian statistics we also know that the apriori distribution is very important for the final result. Natural hypothesis:

If relevant information is important for a search, the population of computers that makes the search engine should be at least stratified.

New financial methods and information is concentrated in North America, mathematical, statistical and chess theory in Russia, information technology in India and Scandinavia? This is not easy! Keywords, Neural (and other) Networks, hierarchical bayesian systems, adaptive (human interaction) bayesian systems, stratified sampling, method of finite elements, mutual information, nonlinear correlation, principal componets, cointegrating relations, linked lists, skip lists, huffman code, dynamic programming, linear search and database technology. Our preference is, given effective search and data storage for a combination of neural nets, method of finite elements and stratification of the population of computers and no payment for inclusion. A combination / battery of different methods may be best. Relevance is more important than search time. There is a break even?

Affiliate program promotion is one way to increase your sales and traffic to your site. Inbound links are like votes. Your affiliates should have related quality content on their site which links to yours. If you currently have an affiliate program in place, it is important that the links go directly to your site and are not redirects from a third party affiliate program. It is important that you have more relevant links than your competitors. Quality identical links clustering is more important than keyword clustering in the meta tags. Subdomains or third level domains are another linking tool. Most search engines treat subdomains as an entirely different domain. Use moderation and never spam in your SEO work and remember that a good search engine usually prefers quality to quantity. Pages that are updated often are considered more important than "static" pages.

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