Hi, I built a popularity cloud but it doesn't work properly. The txt file is; 1 Top Gear 3 Scrubs 3 The Office (US) 5 Heroes 5 How I Met Your Mother 5 Legend of the Seeker 5 Scrubs ..... in my popularity cloud, names are written their frequency times. For xample, Legend of the Seeker is written 5 times and their size increases. Every word is supposed to written one times and the size must be according to popularity number (5). However, every word must be written one time and its size and color must according to its popularity. …

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what is the relation between popularity and competition in SEO field? i don't mean the formula.i mean the conceptional relation. i mean can we say more competition cause more popularity or viseversa,more popularity cause more competition? more competition about a topic means it is general that many sites talk about it and so maybe more people use the web for finding information about that topic and this cause more popularity. on the other side,if more people search a special term on the web means there is some need for that topic and this cause site owner to talk about that …

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I've run across ten new Linux distributions inspired by current news stories. Some, of course, are better than others and a few just have no practical use or purpose whatsoever but still are worth a mention. These ten distributions are in no particular order of my preference or relevance. Maybe you've run across some of them too in your Internet travels. [B]1. Lohanix [/B]- This cute little gem is still not mature but it sure is fun to use. It has all the latest gadgetry and accessories to keep you occupied for minutes at a time. The best part of …

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News Story Ego surfer

I admit it; there are times when I have gone to Google (and Yahoo, MSN, Ask and even occasionally a decent Meta-Search such as Dogpile) for no other reason than to see what people are saying about me online. I like to think that I have an excuse, what with being a professional journalist and all, in that I am looking for illegally copied versions of my work, potentially libelous comments and even the odd bit of praise here and there. Of course, the truth is I am doing what huge swathes of us do even if we do not, …

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The return to space by the United States’ [url=http://www.nasa.gov]aeronautics and space administration[/url] shuttle program this week was a certainly popular event, shattering records for the number of visitors viewing video streams of NASA TV during the launch. Yahoo and Akamai Technologies – both NASA media partners – reported a peak in active video streams of 433,000 around launch time. In comparison, the Deep Impact mission on July 4 mustered 118,000 streams, and during the Mars exploration rover landings in January, just under 50,000 visitors watched. "We've always known there was tremendous global interest in the U.S. space program, and this …

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