Diaspora's key advantage is that it's based on open source software that multiple servers can run. It does not put your private information, your likes, your contacts and your photos in the hands of one corporation who then use it to increase their own private profits by selling your privacy. Diaspora is much smaller though. The UI feels more like Google Plus than Facebook. JohnFastman • Dec 2016 • 5 agrees and 1 disagrees Disagree   Agree
There are quite a many factors that help to pump up the value of BNB coins. In particular, Binance incentivizes members to use the BNB coin when paying for fees in exchange for discounts. This alone can buoy the value of the BNB token, helping to explain why it’s one of the top performers in 2018. Binance offers a 50% trading-fee discount for the first year if using Binance Coin to pay for trading fees, with a staggered (but smaller) series of discounts through a member’s first four years.

Facebook kind of took the internet world by storm when it went global in 2006 and it is arguably the biggest social network now. We all have a Facebook account and it would be lying if anyone said they haven’t had one ever. Facebook has been loved so much by people and it continues to add new features in a bid to remain at the top of the social network world. But there are times when we get a little saturated by Facebook and want a new fresh alternative. Although the truth is, there are no worthy Facebook alternatives.

Following Mart Green's contribution, the university's debt was reduced to $25 million. In February 2008, the Renewing the Vision campaign was initiated in an effort to erase this debt. To free the university from its burgeoning debt, the Board of Trustees announced plans for a $25 million matching campaign,[46] in which the Board agreed that it would match dollar-for-dollar all that was donated to the university as part of the Renewing the Vision campaign, up to a maximum of $25 million. ORU Interim President Ralph Fagin stated, "The goal is in one year to get the debt down. It is a pretty audacious goal. It is a faith goal."[46] In addition to eliminating the debt, funds from the Renewing the Vision campaign contributed to the 2008 summer campus renovations as well as scholarships provided by the university.[46] As of June 3, 2009, donations and pledges had reduced the university's original $50 million debt to $720,000.[47]
Believe it or not, there are plenty of social networks and messaging apps that you can use instead of Facebook. For years these networks and apps have been living in the shadows of the mighty beast that is Facebook. But now is the time to explore a better way of interacting with friends and family without the fear of your data being stolen and stored on huge servers in far flung places.
Citing alleged discrimination against LGBT students at ORU, in 2006 Soulforce placed the university on its 2006 Equality Ride route and the rally took place on March 20, 2006.[82] University administration refused the activists the right to enter the campus and several were arrested after they entered the campus in spite of the university administration's decision. Soulforce members object to the university's honor code pledge's ban on homosexual activity (i.e. homosexual intercourse). All students are required to sign and abide by the honor code which places the same restriction on all sexual activity performed outside of "traditional marriage of one man and one woman."[62]
OR GUA DC GEN ORD ON TRANS NOTASK action This protocol will discontinue all generic orders for a patient when the patient is transferred. The protocol should be set up as an item on the DGPM MOVEMENT EVENTS protocol. It will check to see if the movement is a transfer and then discontinue all generic orders (orders created by the Order Entry/Results Reporting package itself). The DC process is done interactively, which may sometimes result in a wait. If this protocol is placed before the ORU PATIENT MOVMT protocol in the item multiple of the DGPM MOVEMENT EVENTS protocol, the review screen will reflect active orders AFTER the generic orders are DC'd. Q:$G(DGPMT)'=2 D EN^ORMEVNT
The basic functions on Path are pretty similar to those on Facebook: you can share posts, photos, and videos. You can also show your friends the music you’re currently listening to, the TV series you’re following and of course your current mood. You can also exchange private messages with friends. Path is often thought of as an intimate, personal network. But unfortunately, it has had some struggles with data protection issues in the past. The most recent of these was an unfortunate incident in 2013 when the company was found to have stored data belonging to minors. Since then, the Path has been forced to have its privacy policy checked every two years and has recently promised users that it will no longer store any personal data on its servers.
To continue your journey, you should consider some privacy-focused alternatives to Facebook Messenger, as well as more niche social networks 6 Niche Social Networks to Use Instead of Facebook 6 Niche Social Networks to Use Instead of Facebook These six networks are places where you can meet more like-minded people and post about topics you don't want to post on Facebook. Read More that can fulfill specific needs.

Diaspora is a non-profit and distributed social network that’s based on free software, which is a free personal web server that forms nodes for its decentralised nature. Because no one actually owns the platform, it’s kept away from any kind of advertising or corporate interference. After creating an account, users retain the ownership of their personal data. Unlike Facebook, the site also allows pseudonyms for those wishing to hide their real identity. The site allows the use of hashtags, mentions, and text formatting.

That same month, the school was reportedly "struggling financially" with over $50 million in debt.[15] ORU's operating budget for 2007-2008 was more than $82 million. However, in the second quarter of 2009, the university's debt was reduced to $720,000 as of result of a number of simultaneous efforts including a $70 million gift from the Mart Green family, owners of Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby, and the $25 Million Dollar Matching Campaign, a part of the university's Renewing the Vision effort.[16] On September 23, 2009, it was announced at the end of the university's chapel service that all of the university's long-term debt obligations had been met and the school was debt-free.[17]
The HL7HL7 is a Standards Developing Organization accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to author consensus-based standards representing a board view from healthcare system stakeholders. HL7 has compiled a collection of message form... More ORU-R01 message transmits observations and results from the producing system/filler i.e. LISLaboratory Information System (LIS) is an information system that receives, processes, and stores information generated by a medical laboratory processes. LIS is often interfaced with HIS and EMR applications. Synonyms: Laboratory Information Syst... More, EKG system) to the ordering system/placer (i.e. HISHospital Information System (HIS) is the main system in a hospital used by most caregivers. Sends ADT broadcasts to all ancillary applications. The HIS is typically the patient administrative system and order entry system for a hospital. Synonyms:... More, physician office application). It may also be used to transmit result data from the producing system to a medical record archival system, or to another system not part of the original order process. ORU messages are also sometimes used to register or link to clinical trials, or for medical reporting purposes for drugs and devices.
Also based on bitcoin, namecoin is another opensource offshoot. A cryptocurrency, namecoin also acts as a decentralised DNS – the protocol on the internet that turns human-comprehensible website names such as theguardian.com into addresses understandable by machines. By acting as its own DNS, the currency operates outside the regular internet and therefore outside the governance of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (Icann).
While you may think Twitter is only for people who like to complain about each of life’s annoyances, it can be surprisingly rewarding. For one, it’s one of the best places to keep on top of the news. During an event or incident, news typically, for better or worse, spreads through Twitter before any other social network. And it’s without question the best place to learn what President Trump is up to.

On January 14, 2008, Oral Roberts University’s board of regents voted unanimously to accept $62 million from the Mart Green family, founders of Hobby Lobby and Mardel educational and Christian supply stores. In late October, an ORU spokesman had said ORU was $52.5 million in debt and the school accepted an unconditional $8 million from the Greens in late November. ORU’s board of regents has been replaced with a 23-member board of trustees all initially named by the Greens, with Mart Green as chairman. Although Green said in November, two family members would sit on the board, he will reportedly be the only one. Green said he wanted to be involved in ORU because his family “felt like financial stewardship needed to be shored up.” [41]
It’s hard to imagine any asset priced below a dollar as having a solid profitability potential. Hardened market investors understand that penny stocks are usually only attractive because of their unit price. However, with youth comes blissful ignorance. While older investors avoid cheap investments like the plague, Millennial cryptocurrency investors run to them like flies on stink.

IBCEM CSA MULTI SELECT REVIEW action This option allows the selection of more than 1 status message and allows the user to either automatically mark the messages as reviewed or allows the user to ask to see each message to determine whether or not it can be marked as reviewed. In either case, the result is that the message is marked as review completed, the review action is changed to FILED - NO ACTION and a review comment is entered noting the auto-review action and who the user was who performed it. D MSTAT^IBCEU0 <<
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