I use Wordle to generate the image, the ROME RSS reader to download the RSS feeds, and Java software from Inon to process the data.
You can also see the Java version in the Wordle gallery.
"We envisage the Mayor of London being the elected police commissioner."Now this could mean that they expect the current Mayor of London (Boris Johnson) to also run for the post of police commissioner, and just happen to win. But it doesn't mean that.
"Microsoft are doing exactly the right thing and asking exactly the right questions," Richard Titus, chief executive of Associated Northcliffe Digital."Any competition to Google is a good thing," one UK publisher said.Tom Curley, chief executive of the Associated Press, said last month that Microsoft was willing to accept “principles” such as favouring AP stories in search results over others that regurgitate its news, or helping it track its content. “We are only going to work with those who use our principles,” he added. “We stand at an enviable moment where Microsoft and Google have decided to go to war,” he said.
"The problem with this bargaining tactic is that it appears newspapers need Google more than Google needs them."
"Excluding your content from searchability AND at the same time erecting a paywall sounds a bit like taking yourself out of the phone directory and for good measure having your landline disconnected."
A complication is the large volume of banking system reserves created by the non-traditional policy responses. There is a risk, of much debated magnitude, that the unusually high level of reserves, along with substantial liquid assets of the banking system, could fuel an unanticipated, excessive surge in lending.
Productivity, as measured by output per hour of work, rose at an annual rate of 9.5% between July and September.The data suggests that firms, which have cut jobs in the downturn, are now increasing their output, which may in turn lead to them needing more staff.
"...businesses will have to start to increase hours worked and payrolls around the turn of the year since they cannot expect their current work force to sustain such rapid productivity growth."
It is written by Leigh Caldwell (email me at firstname.lastname@example.org).
My other blog is Pricing Revolution, specifically around innovative pricing models and advice on how businesses can set their prices.