Gardai have appealed to the owner of a purse which was found in Buncrana to come forward.The ladies purse was found outside Supervalu on the Cockhill Road, Buncrana on Saturday last.The purse contains a sum of money. If you believe that it may be your purse then please call Buncrana Garda Station on 074-9320540 and quote incident no. 16967319. Gardai search for owner of purse found in Buncrana was last modified: October 21st, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:buncranafoundGardaipurse
Now we know what Facebook’s mysterious announcement is. Today at its Menlo Park, California, headquarters, Facebook took the wraps off Graph Search, an instant smart search that sifts through the company’s massive social graph to return relevant results.Facebook’s Third PillarAccording to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, News Feed and Timeline are the two extant pillars of Facebook, and Graph Search is about to be the third leg of the stool. But Graph Search is no Google – if you ask Zuck, anyway. “Graph search is not Web search. We’re not indexing the Web here, we’re indexing our map of the graph,” Zuckerberg said. “Graph search is very different. For example, you need to be able to easily ask a query like “Who are my friends who live in San Francisco?” Zuckerberg noted that rather than directing you to a link or page where users can find the answers to specific queries, Graph Search will deliver the answer, functioning like a social-powered Google Instant Search – but all within Facebook of course. To interact with Graph Search, users can type a query in natural language into Facebook’s meta search bar. According to Tom Stocky, Director of Facebook Product Development, “This isn’t keyword search… Graph search is structure. It understands search made up of these simple phrases.” Tags:#Facebook#search Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification How Graph Search WorksType “Photos of my friends taken in Paris, France” and, assuming your photos are geotagged, you’ll get exactly that. Type “Friends of my friends who are single, male San Francisco residents who are from India” and you’ll get a hyper-specific subset of potential romantic partners, according to Stocky. Better yet, type “Photos of my friends before 1990” and you’ll get a wealth of social blackmail. And when the social graph doesn’t have the answer? A partnership between Facebook and Bing will deliver Web relevant web results to fill in the gaps.Yes, that is Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg as a baby. According to Zuckerberg, Graph Search is a beta product in its very early stages. “It’s going to take years to index the whole map of the graph. We’re going to start rolling it out very slowly.” Facebook Graph Search will be available in a limited beta beginning today at Facebook.com/graphsearch. “It’s a really different product from anything else out there. This is who we are. We love building things like this.” A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Related Posts taylor hatmaker Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos
Respecting and recognising the mother tongue and promoting it is vital for the survival of any civilisation, Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu has said. Addressing the valedictory function of the 39th World Congress of Poets (WCP) here on Sunday, Mr. Naidu said, “the colonial rulers always try to attack the culture by destroying the local language and we should not fall prey to that.” “Every nation must encourage their children to study primarily in the mother tongue, as I always say the mother tongue is your eyesight and the other language is your spectacle. If you have eyesight, then spectacle will give better sight. If you don’t have eyesight and if you wear glasses, nothing will be visible. Promote, propagate and write in mother tongue first, then go to other languages. All other languages are important. You should respect, learn and understand your mother language,” he said.Stating that promotion of literature was also an “impactful method” to preserve and promote language, the Vice-President pointed out the best way to do so was to use it extensively in everybody’s life. “That is why, wherever I go, I suggest to people to promote, practise and feel proud of their mother tongue. That’s why in the beginning itself I used certain Odia words,” he said.On the importance of poetry in life, he said, “what is needed is to encourage youngsters to take to poetry, literature, music, dance and other arts so that they can become an ideal citizen. I would also like to ask universities to encourage literature, arts and humanity education. We need poets, writers, artists and singers as much as we need doctors, engineers and scientists.” “Poetry should promote peace, motivate people to cultivate universal brotherhood, social harmony and tolerance, and poetry can serve as a powerful catalyst for transformation. I urge schools to make poetry reading and appreciation a compulsory part of curriculum,” Mr. Naidu said.