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Geosocial support is the perception and actuality that one is cared for in all areas of the world, has assistance available from other people regardless of location, and that one is part of a supportive social network which has a global reach. These supportive resources can be emotional (e.g., caring), tangible (e.g., financial assistance), informational (e.g., advice, technical support), or companionship (e.g., sense of belonging). Like Social support, Geosocial support can be measured as the perception that one has assistance available from any location on earth, the actual received assistance (non dependent on location), or the degree to which a person is integrated in a geosocial network with a shared location. Geosocial support can come from many sources, such as family, friends, associates, colleagues, organizations, coworkers, etc. Geosocial support is cross cultural and transcends language barriers
Land surveyors in history had a difficult time finding answers to their problems in the field, until one day land surveyors united in the name of Geosocial Support and now they can solve problems with the collaborative social support of their associates around the world, without worrying about language barriers.
by loftninja@gmail.com July 13, 2012
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A GKiller is a tool or web search application which does something (anything) better than Google. Whether it be mapping, documents,imagery search, algorithmic search or syndication, a GKiller must not only mirror the simplicity and power of the Google search engine, it must go beyond the powers of Google and do what Google does better. GKiller is a game changer.
I'm getting tired of reading about whether Wolfram Alpha is a GKiller. I've seen Stephen Wolfram's presentations a couple of times; he's quite careful to say that it isn't. Wolframization will never kill Googling.
by loftninja@gmail.com August 28, 2010
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Findability is simply the ability to be found or discovered among other similar things. The ability for a person or a thing to found depends on several variables such as level of exposure, physical location in relation to other similar things, the amount of times something has been discovered before and most importantly the attributes belonging to such a thing which enable it to be recognized as belonging with or representing other 'things' which are socially agreed upon as 'being' such a thing.
Despite all of the tryvertising and optitryzation efforts of their marketing team, that company never started to show up in local search engines due to its lack of findability.
by loftninja@gmail.com July 09, 2011
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Artvertising is a form of advertising and communication that typically attempts to persuade potential customers with artistic backgrounds to purchase or to consume more of a particular brand of product or service. Whereas modern advertising developed with the rise of mass production in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, ARTvertising only developed in 1980s through the present utilizing art as primary form of advertising in attempts to appeal to a younger, more hip crowd.
Many new condo building developers are utilizing street art for selling their building's relevance to passers by, hence, ARTvertising may bring a younger crowd of buyers.
by loftninja@gmail.com July 19, 2009
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Home-Free is the condition and social category of people who lack housing, because they cannot afford, or are otherwise unable to maintain, regular, safe, and adequate shelter.
The term "home-free" includes the people whose primary daytime residence is in an institution that provides a residence for individuals intended to be institutionalized, or in a public or private place not designed for use as a regular sleeping conditions for human beings.
Its considered rude to call someone a homeless person, when all they really are is home-free.
by loftninja@gmail.com March 25, 2009
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Home-o-phobia is the condition and social category of home-free people who not only lack housing, they refuse to get a home and refuse to maintain, regular, safe, and adequate shelter.
The term "home-o-phobic" applies to a person who chooses to be home-free because they see no reason to get a job, and thus choose to sleep in the street.
Byron is a home-o-phobic and its gotten so bad that he won't even sleep at other people's houses.
by loftninja@gmail.com April 13, 2009
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Degentrification is when an area or neighborhood starts to gentrify so quickly that it does not 'organically' gentrify and certain elements of that process break down and begin to erode the process. (meaning, the process is too rapid to have ever happened over time, culturally and of its own accord.) In the case the north brooklyn, the gentrification has almost been forced or pushed by condo builders in order to sell condos offering incentives that they never had any intention of producing. When this happens, word spreads fast and those reasons which originally inspired people to move there become reversed and disappear.
Take a look at all of the condo buildings that have gone rental and you'll see degentrification at work.
by loftninja@gmail.com October 29, 2008
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