Geeks Bearing Gifts:
Unwrapping
New Technologies

(Part 2)

Michael Miller
Technology Coordinator
NN/LM Pacific Southwest ...
Web Gone Wild!

RSS, Blogs, Wikis and Social
Networking Software
What is RSS?

 RSS is a popular XML format for
 describing items of content on a web site

 Look for orange icons on a web...
RSS acronyms

RSS is an acronym for
 Really Simple Syndication

Abbreviation is also used to refer
 to the following stand...
How is RSS used?

 By news sites or web sites to syndicate
 news or news-like content
 Widely used by bloggers to share th...
How RSS Works
 Author creates the RSS file - manually or
 through use of a Content Management
 System (CMS)
 User subscrib...
RSS History

  originated in 1999

  Many different versions:
  RSS 0.90, 0.91, 0.92, 0.93, 0.94, 1.0,
  2.0, 3.0; and Ato...
RSS Aggregators

Aggregator (or feedreader)
   Software that periodically checks RSS-
   enabled web pages for a user and
...
Desktop RSS feedreaders

Standalone clients:

  Awasu
  http://www.awasu.com

  FeedDemon
  http://www.bradsoft.com/feedde...
Integrated RSS feedreaders

Common Web browser and email clients:

 Firefox:
    Firefox extensions: Pluck, Sage, Wizz
   ...
Web-based RSS feedreaders

Web-based, no software installation:

  Bloglines
  http://www.bloglines.com/

  NewsGator
  ht...
Subscribing to RSS feeds

 RSS feeds are typically linked to with an
 orange XML or RSS icon:


To subscribe:
 Copy and Pa...
How can you use RSS?

From your Web site, Blog or CMS push:
  A calendar of events
  Latest news items or newsletter
  art...
Questions?




                          Michael Miller
                    Technology Coordinator
             NN/LM Paci...
Blogs (aka weblogs)
 a Web-based publication consisting
 primarily of periodic articles

   Normally – but not always in r...
History of Blogs
 Precursors: Usenet, email lists and
 bulletin boards
 1999 - Pyra Labs launchs Blogger, the
 first “host...
Why should you or your
library blog?
 Quick way to provide news and event
 updates to your users
 It’s easy! All you need ...
How to create and publish a
Blog
Use a Blog hosting service:

 Blogger
 http://www.blogger.com/start
 MovableType
 http://...
How to create and publish a
Blog
Use a server-side web application:

 MovableType
 http://www.sixapart.com/movabletype/
 N...
Some Blog features

Blogroll
 Enables you to link to blogs you read
 frequently
 Used for “reciprocal linking”
Commenting
...
Types of Blogs
AudioBlog
  Consist mainly of voice recordings sent
  by mobile phone
  Used for podcasting
Moblog
  Featur...
Library Technology related
Blogs
 Shifted Librarian
 http://www.theshiftedlibrarian.com
 Tame the Web: Libraries and
 Tech...
Let’s setup a blog!

Let’s check out WordPress!
Questions?




                          Michael Miller
                    Technology Coordinator
             NN/LM Paci...
Wonderful World of Wikis!
What’s a Wiki?

 A web application that allows users to
 add content, but also allows others to
 edit the content (often c...
Wiki Features
 Wikis simplify the process of creating
 HTML Web pages
 Some features include:
   Changes are INSTANTLY pub...
Wiki History


 1995 - Ward Cunningham establishes
 WikiWikiWeb as a complement to the
 Portland Pattern Repository
 2000 ...
Wiki Communities

One popular wiki directory is:
 SwitchWiki
  http://www.worldwidewiki.net/wiki/SwitchWiki


Some of the ...
I want my Wiki!
WikiFarms: Wiki Hosting Services
 Pbwiki - http://pbwiki.com/
 JotSpot (free & $$$) - http://www.jot.com/
...
Uses for a Wiki

 Intranet
 Project Collaboration
 Solicit input from community for
 specific projects
 Use Courseware and...
Wiki demo

 Library Success: A Best Practices
 Wiki
 http://www.libsuccess.org/
Folksonomies and Social
Networking
Folksonomy

“a portmanteau word combining "folk" and
"taxonomy," refers to the collaborative but
unsophisticated way in wh...
Tagging: Informal, emergent

 Practice of collaborative categorization
 using freely chosen keywords
 Tagging is becoming ...
mmmm… Del.icio.us

Del.icio.us - social bookmarking service
http://del.icio.us/

  Created by Joshua Schachter 2003 as a
 ...
Flickr & Technorati

       - http://www.flickr.com/
a photo management and sharing web
application modelled after del.ici...
Questions?




                          Michael Miller
                    Technology Coordinator
             NN/LM Paci...
New waves in audio and
video
Podcasting

 A method of publishing audio programs
 via the Internet, allowing users to
 subscribe to a feed and receive n...
Podcasting

 Distinct from other types of online
 media delivery due to it’s subscription
 model:

   Uses an RSS or Atom ...
The Podcasting Revolution

Why is podcasting revolutionary?
 Allows anyone to create their own “radio
 show” and distribut...
How to subscribe to
 podcasts
“podcatching” software
 A type of aggregator that periodically
 checks for and downloads new...
Podcast software


iTunes - http://www.apple.com/itunes/
Juice (formerly iPodder)
http://juicereceiver.sourceforge.net/ind...
Uses for Podcasts

Distribution of ad hoc or informal “radio
shows” such as Greg Schwartz’s library-
oriented show “Open S...
How to Podcast
How-To: Podcasting (get Podcasts and
make your own) from Engadget
http://tinyurl.com/3tran

How to Make an ...
Podcast Directories

 Ipodder
 http://www.ipodder.org/
 iTunes (“Podcatcher” and directory)
 http://www.apple.com/itunes/
...
Library-Related Podcasts

 Open Stacks
 http://openstacks.net/os/
 OPAL Podcast Blog
 (Online Programming for All Librarie...
Health-Related Podcasts

 Family Health
 http://fhradio.org/
 NPR: Health and Science
 http://tinyurl.com/b7xza
 Mayo Clin...
Vodcasting

Emerging term used for the online delivery
of video on demand content via RSS or
Atom enclosures

The Vodcast ...
Vodcasting

 Similar to podcasting
 Today content is more likely to be played
 on a laptop than a PMA (personal media
 ass...
Vodcast Directories

 Vodcasts.tv
 http://www.vodcasts.tv
 Tech Shows
 http://www.filefarmer.com/techshows/
 Itunes
 http:...
Questions?




                          Michael Miller
                    Technology Coordinator
             NN/LM Paci...
Voice over IP (VoIP)

 Routing of voice conversations over the
 Internet or any other IP-based network
 Voice data flows o...
Network terminology

Packet switched network
 Transmitted data is broken into small,
 discrete groups of information and i...
Circuit Switching vs.
Packet Switching
Advantages of VoIP
Innovation
  VoIP developers respond to market
  pressures quicker than (ITU) – results in
  speedy ado...
Disadvantages of VOIP
Power dependence
  Standard telephone service works during
  power outages - VoIP broadband
  modems...
Disadvantages of VoIP
911
  Problems with calling 911 - Difficult to trace
  callers location
  Government mandating that ...
VoIP Applications

Most popular:
 Skype
 http://skype.com
 Gizmoproject
 http://gizmoproject.com
Other VoIP Applications
 ...
Questions?




                          Michael Miller
                    Technology Coordinator
             NN/LM Paci...
Internet 2

 A consortium led by 207 universities
 working in partnership with industry and
 government to develop and dep...
Abilene & National
LambdaRail
The Abilene Network
 A high-performance backbone network
 that enables the development of
 a...
Internet2 Misconceptions

 Current trend in media to report on a
 network called Internet2
 Misleading since Internet2 is ...
Geek Gadgets Galore!

               Can you
               Can you
               hear me
               hear me
        ...
Tablet PC
 A notebook- or slate-shaped mobile
 computer. Its touch screen or digitizing tablet
 technology allows the user...
Tablet PCs (cont’d)
Operating systems:
    Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
    Linux
User inputs text using:
    Built-in han...
Tablet PCs (cont’d)

Advantages:
   Lighweight (note: Hybrids are heavier)
   Doesn't require keyboard entry
   Extremely ...
Blackberry


 A handheld wireless device that provides
 access to:
     Wireless email
     Wireless web browsing
     Wir...
Hardware Overview

System navigation via scrolling
trackwheel and buttons
QWERTY keyboard optimized for
“thumbing”
Operati...
Blackberry Usage
Popular w/ corp business, especially e-
mail access for roaming employees
SMS capabilities are also popul...
Palm Treo

Palm Treo Smartphones

 Similar to blackberry: except for scroll
 wheel

 Palm 700w Smartphone - now with
 Wind...
VOIP Accessories

Plantronics USB Headsets

  DSP400 - $40.00




  DSP-500 - $50.00
VOIP Accessories

USB Speakerphones

   VoSKY Chatterbox - $29.99


   miniVox MV100 - $39.99


   MVOX MV900 - $159.99
Course Materials
Geeks Bearing Gifts:
unwrapping new technology trends
  http://nnlm.gov/train/geekgifts/
Course Materials...
Questions?




                  Michael Miller
           Technology Coordinator
    NN/LM Pacific Southwest Region
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  1. 1. Geeks Bearing Gifts: Unwrapping New Technologies (Part 2) Michael Miller Technology Coordinator NN/LM Pacific Southwest Region
  2. 2. Web Gone Wild! RSS, Blogs, Wikis and Social Networking Software
  3. 3. What is RSS? RSS is a popular XML format for describing items of content on a web site Look for orange icons on a webpage:
  4. 4. RSS acronyms RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication Abbreviation is also used to refer to the following standards: Rich Site Summary (RSS 0.91) RDF Site Summary (RSS 0.9 and 1.0) Really Simple Syndication (RSS 2.0)
  5. 5. How is RSS used? By news sites or web sites to syndicate news or news-like content Widely used by bloggers to share their latest entries even includes multimedia files like those used in podcasting, vodcasting, etc.
  6. 6. How RSS Works Author creates the RSS file - manually or through use of a Content Management System (CMS) User subscribes to RSS using a feedreader (aka aggregator) When author updates content, the feedreader checks the user’s subscribed RSS feeds and displays the latest content
  7. 7. RSS History originated in 1999 Many different versions: RSS 0.90, 0.91, 0.92, 0.93, 0.94, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0; and Atom Feeds each version has different features most feedreaders understand all
  8. 8. RSS Aggregators Aggregator (or feedreader) Software that periodically checks RSS- enabled web pages for a user and displays any updated content it finds Types of Aggregators Desktop RSS feedreaders Integrated RSS feedreaders Web based RSS feedreaders
  9. 9. Desktop RSS feedreaders Standalone clients: Awasu http://www.awasu.com FeedDemon http://www.bradsoft.com/feeddemon/index.asp RssReader http://www.rssreader.com/
  10. 10. Integrated RSS feedreaders Common Web browser and email clients: Firefox: Firefox extensions: Pluck, Sage, Wizz Firefox “Live Bookmark” feature Outlook: Newsgator http://newsgator.com
  11. 11. Web-based RSS feedreaders Web-based, no software installation: Bloglines http://www.bloglines.com/ NewsGator http://newsgator.com/ngs/default.aspx MyYahoo! http://my.yahoo.com/s/about/rss/
  12. 12. Subscribing to RSS feeds RSS feeds are typically linked to with an orange XML or RSS icon: To subscribe: Copy and Paste link (right click + copy) Some readers allow you to right-click and select subscribe
  13. 13. How can you use RSS? From your Web site, Blog or CMS push: A calendar of events Latest news items or newsletter articles Current job openings Staff recommendations New book acquisitions and book reviews
  14. 14. Questions? Michael Miller Technology Coordinator NN/LM Pacific Southwest Region mmiller@library.ucla.edu
  15. 15. Blogs (aka weblogs) a Web-based publication consisting primarily of periodic articles Normally – but not always in reverse chronological order Format varies - can include simple lists of links, article summaries or full articles Range in scope from personal diaries to journals discussing music, sports, politics, etc.
  16. 16. History of Blogs Precursors: Usenet, email lists and bulletin boards 1999 - Pyra Labs launchs Blogger, the first “hosted” Blog tool From 2000 on Blog usage spreads like wildfire By 2004 blogs have become increasingly mainstream
  17. 17. Why should you or your library blog? Quick way to provide news and event updates to your users It’s easy! All you need is internet access and the ability to type an email Since Blogs typically use RSS feeds, it’s easy for your users to receive information
  18. 18. How to create and publish a Blog Use a Blog hosting service: Blogger http://www.blogger.com/start MovableType http://www.sixapart.com/movabletype/ WordPress http://wordpress.com
  19. 19. How to create and publish a Blog Use a server-side web application: MovableType http://www.sixapart.com/movabletype/ Nucleus CMS http://nucleuscms.org/ WordPress http://wordpress.org/
  20. 20. Some Blog features Blogroll Enables you to link to blogs you read frequently Used for “reciprocal linking” Commenting Allows users to provide “feedback” to posts Problems with SPAM
  21. 21. Types of Blogs AudioBlog Consist mainly of voice recordings sent by mobile phone Used for podcasting Moblog Features posts sent by mobile phone Are often photoblogs Vlog or Videoblog Video is included in blog posts
  22. 22. Library Technology related Blogs Shifted Librarian http://www.theshiftedlibrarian.com Tame the Web: Libraries and Technology http://tametheweb.com The Krafty Librarian http://kraftylibrarian.blogspot.com/ Free Range Librarian http://freerangelibrarian.com/
  23. 23. Let’s setup a blog! Let’s check out WordPress!
  24. 24. Questions? Michael Miller Technology Coordinator NN/LM Pacific Southwest Region mmiller@library.ucla.edu
  25. 25. Wonderful World of Wikis!
  26. 26. What’s a Wiki? A web application that allows users to add content, but also allows others to edit the content (often completely unrestricted) Wiki is a Hawaiian term meaning: “To hurry, hasten; quick, fast, swift.”
  27. 27. Wiki Features Wikis simplify the process of creating HTML Web pages Some features include: Changes are INSTANTLY published File uploading and sharing built into some versions Page index and full text search List and restore previous page versions Control user access and privileges
  28. 28. Wiki History 1995 - Ward Cunningham establishes WikiWikiWeb as a complement to the Portland Pattern Repository 2000 - recognized as a promising way to develop public/private knowledge bases January 2001 - Wikipedia is launched
  29. 29. Wiki Communities One popular wiki directory is: SwitchWiki http://www.worldwidewiki.net/wiki/SwitchWiki Some of the largest wikis are listed at: Meta’s List of Largest Wikis http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/List_of_largest_wikis Meatball Wiki: BiggestWiki http://www.usemod.com/cgi-bin/mb.pl?BiggestWiki
  30. 30. I want my Wiki! WikiFarms: Wiki Hosting Services Pbwiki - http://pbwiki.com/ JotSpot (free & $$$) - http://www.jot.com/ SeedWiki - http://www.seedwiki.com/ Socialtext ($$$) - http://www.socialtext.com/ Wikisoftware: open source solutions MediaWiki - http://MediaWiki.org Tikiwiki - http://tikiwiki.org
  31. 31. Uses for a Wiki Intranet Project Collaboration Solicit input from community for specific projects Use Courseware and training tools
  32. 32. Wiki demo Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki http://www.libsuccess.org/
  33. 33. Folksonomies and Social Networking
  34. 34. Folksonomy “a portmanteau word combining "folk" and "taxonomy," refers to the collaborative but unsophisticated way in which information is being categorized on the web. Instead of using a centralized form of classification, users are encouraged to assign freely chosen keywords (called tags) to pieces of information or data, a process known as tagging.” From Wikipedia
  35. 35. Tagging: Informal, emergent Practice of collaborative categorization using freely chosen keywords Tagging is becoming increasingly popular on the web and is somewhat controversial: Advocates: more accurately reflects population’s conceptual model of information Critics: risk of presenting biased perspectives and false information
  36. 36. mmmm… Del.icio.us Del.icio.us - social bookmarking service http://del.icio.us/ Created by Joshua Schachter 2003 as a hobby and an informal way to tag and share Web pages December 2005 – was acquired by Yahoo! Let’s take a look shall we?
  37. 37. Flickr & Technorati - http://www.flickr.com/ a photo management and sharing web application modelled after del.icio.us, has a similar system of free-form tagging for photos - http://www.technorati.com/about a real-time Blog search engine that searches blogs and news sites that update with extreme frequency
  38. 38. Questions? Michael Miller Technology Coordinator NN/LM Pacific Southwest Region mmiller@library.ucla.edu
  39. 39. New waves in audio and video
  40. 40. Podcasting A method of publishing audio programs via the Internet, allowing users to subscribe to a feed and receive new audio files automatically Became popular in late 2004 due to the popularity of downloading audio content to portable players or personal computers
  41. 41. Podcasting Distinct from other types of online media delivery due to it’s subscription model: Uses an RSS or Atom Feed to deliver an enclosed file
  42. 42. The Podcasting Revolution Why is podcasting revolutionary? Allows anyone to create their own “radio show” and distribute it Allows existing broadcast radio programs to make use of a new distribution method YOU control what you listen to and when! (i.e. timeshifting ala TIVO)
  43. 43. How to subscribe to podcasts “podcatching” software A type of aggregator that periodically checks for and downloads new content automatically “pod” is a misleading term Podcasts are not limited to just those who own ipods or other portable players The Minimum you need to listen to and subscribe to podcasts is any media player
  44. 44. Podcast software iTunes - http://www.apple.com/itunes/ Juice (formerly iPodder) http://juicereceiver.sourceforge.net/inde x.php Doppler - http://www.dopplerradio.net Nimiq - http://www.nimiq.nl
  45. 45. Uses for Podcasts Distribution of ad hoc or informal “radio shows” such as Greg Schwartz’s library- oriented show “Open Stacks.” Education: course lectures, and hands-on language exercises Libraries circulate ipods loaded with: course reserves for classes audiobooks audio instructions to enhance and improve access to library services, etc
  46. 46. How to Podcast How-To: Podcasting (get Podcasts and make your own) from Engadget http://tinyurl.com/3tran How to Make an RSS/XML Audio Feed from audiofeeds.org http://audiofeeds.org/tutorial.php How to Explain Podcasting to a Flashing 12 http://www.podcast411.com/f12.html
  47. 47. Podcast Directories Ipodder http://www.ipodder.org/ iTunes (“Podcatcher” and directory) http://www.apple.com/itunes/ Podcast Alley http://www.podcastalley.com/ Odeo (Web-based) http://odeo.com/
  48. 48. Library-Related Podcasts Open Stacks http://openstacks.net/os/ OPAL Podcast Blog (Online Programming for All Libraries- and All Library Users) http://opalpodcast.blogspot.com/
  49. 49. Health-Related Podcasts Family Health http://fhradio.org/ NPR: Health and Science http://tinyurl.com/b7xza Mayo Clinic: Medical Edge Radio http://www.medicaledge.org/radio.html
  50. 50. Vodcasting Emerging term used for the online delivery of video on demand content via RSS or Atom enclosures The Vodcast format is used by video weblogs (aka vlogs, vodding, vlogcasting, or vidcasting)
  51. 51. Vodcasting Similar to podcasting Today content is more likely to be played on a laptop than a PMA (personal media assistant), however… As of 2006, videoblogging is rising in popularity thanks to the Apple Video iPod
  52. 52. Vodcast Directories Vodcasts.tv http://www.vodcasts.tv Tech Shows http://www.filefarmer.com/techshows/ Itunes http://www.apple.com/itunes/
  53. 53. Questions? Michael Miller Technology Coordinator NN/LM Pacific Southwest Region mmiller@library.ucla.edu
  54. 54. Voice over IP (VoIP) Routing of voice conversations over the Internet or any other IP-based network Voice data flows over a general-purpose packet-switched network The Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) uses dedicated, circuit-switched voice transmission lines
  55. 55. Network terminology Packet switched network Transmitted data is broken into small, discrete groups of information and is then individually routed between nodes over conduits that may be shared by other nodes Circuit switching network Establishes a direct and exclusive connection between two nodes for the duration of the exchange
  56. 56. Circuit Switching vs. Packet Switching
  57. 57. Advantages of VoIP Innovation VoIP developers respond to market pressures quicker than (ITU) – results in speedy adoption of new features Lower cost Supporters claim is cheaper than POTS International calls can sometimes be free! Increased Functionality Incoming phone calls are automatically routed to your VoIP phone, irrespective of where you are connected to the network!
  58. 58. Disadvantages of VOIP Power dependence Standard telephone service works during power outages - VoIP broadband modems rely on power Latency Since VoIP is packet based, sometimes packets drop resulting in audio and video dropouts and stuttering
  59. 59. Disadvantages of VoIP 911 Problems with calling 911 - Difficult to trace callers location Government mandating that VoIP carriers implement Enhanced 911 - Providers Appeal Lack of Integration into global telephone number system POTS and mobile phone networks share a global standard (E.164) that allocates and identifies a specific telephone line No widely adopted standard for VoIP exists
  60. 60. VoIP Applications Most popular: Skype http://skype.com Gizmoproject http://gizmoproject.com Other VoIP Applications Googletalk, MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger
  61. 61. Questions? Michael Miller Technology Coordinator NN/LM Pacific Southwest Region mmiller@library.ucla.edu
  62. 62. Internet 2 A consortium led by 207 universities working in partnership with industry and government to develop and deploy advanced network applications and technologies http://www.internet2.edu Internet2 (UCAID) members created: Abilene Network
  63. 63. Abilene & National LambdaRail The Abilene Network A high-performance backbone network that enables the development of advanced Internet applications and services National LambdaRail Similar to Abilene, runs over fiber-optic lines, allowing more experimentation in academic research
  64. 64. Internet2 Misconceptions Current trend in media to report on a network called Internet2 Misleading since Internet2 is in fact a consortium and not a computer network Most articles that reference Internet2 as a network are really referring to Abilene Internet2 and LambdaRail will merge in the near future
  65. 65. Geek Gadgets Galore! Can you Can you hear me hear me now? now?
  66. 66. Tablet PC A notebook- or slate-shaped mobile computer. Its touch screen or digitizing tablet technology allows the user to operate the computer with a stylus or digital pen instead of a keyboard or mouse Two Forms of Tablet PCs Slate • includes only a screen and pen. Convertible (or Hybrid) • include a built-in keyboard. Closely resemble laptops
  67. 67. Tablet PCs (cont’d) Operating systems: Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Linux User inputs text using: Built-in handwriting recognition On-screen (virtual) keyboard Speech recognition Physical keyboard (if available) Shorthand-like entry methods (AlphaTap & Shark)
  68. 68. Tablet PCs (cont’d) Advantages: Lighweight (note: Hybrids are heavier) Doesn't require keyboard entry Extremely mobile Disadvantages: Expensive & can get very warm Handwriting-to-text conversion not perfect (Wacom jitter) Screen size peaks at about 14”
  69. 69. Blackberry A handheld wireless device that provides access to: Wireless email Wireless web browsing Wireless phone Text messaging Other wireless data access
  70. 70. Hardware Overview System navigation via scrolling trackwheel and buttons QWERTY keyboard optimized for “thumbing” Operating system is proprietary Full integration into a company requires a BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES)
  71. 71. Blackberry Usage Popular w/ corp business, especially e- mail access for roaming employees SMS capabilities are also popular Use push procedure: all new e-mails, contacts and calendar entries are pushed to the BlackBerry device automatically Also Known as the “Crackberry!” Controversy? RIM patent infringement Settled: BlackBerry pays $612.5 million to NTP Inc.
  72. 72. Palm Treo Palm Treo Smartphones Similar to blackberry: except for scroll wheel Palm 700w Smartphone - now with Windows Mobile operating system!
  73. 73. VOIP Accessories Plantronics USB Headsets DSP400 - $40.00 DSP-500 - $50.00
  74. 74. VOIP Accessories USB Speakerphones VoSKY Chatterbox - $29.99 miniVox MV100 - $39.99 MVOX MV900 - $159.99
  75. 75. Course Materials Geeks Bearing Gifts: unwrapping new technology trends http://nnlm.gov/train/geekgifts/ Course Materials http://nnlm.gov/train/geekgifts/geeks_A.doc http://nnlm.gov/train/geekgifts/geeks_B.doc http://nnlm.gov/train/geekgifts/geeks_C.doc PPT Presentation http://nnlm.gov/psr/training/
  76. 76. Questions? Michael Miller Technology Coordinator NN/LM Pacific Southwest Region mmiller@library.ucla.edu

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