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Is SharePoint 2013 Assisting SharePoint Mobile Explosion

Is SharePoint 2013 Assisting SharePoint Mobile Explosion

Few years back when you were not allowed to bring in pen drives to work because it was seen as a security threat to organization data to today when you are asked to bring your own device, we have surely come a long way. This decade is seeing the new concept – BYOD (Bring your own device) to work in action. This radical concept is changing the way enterprises used to work. Mobile devices are the preferred ones as smarter approach to consume information on the go. Tablets and smart phones are setting trend and considered as the advanced computing concept working anytime anywhere. Data management is no longer a desktop problem. Security is no longer something that’s about managing desktops. The mobile revolution is changing for the better and SharePoint 2013 has made a lot of improvements in all types of business sectors for enhancing business data, its security and deploying apps in all the more customized way.

Many applications in SharePoint are being launched as enterprises struggle to balance a need for security with demand for access. Large projects involve hundreds of people and several million documents and generate a huge amount of intelligence with raw data, internal communications and processes. The new mobile innovations and web-based technology related to collaboration has prompted capture of data which can be shared with project members anywhere. Every data aspect contributes to the overall intelligence factor within the organization.

Managing explosive data volumes hence becomes essential for every enterprise. The rapidly increasing information needs to be attended to with effective tools of archiving and purging. And one can leverage the large body of intelligence from multiple sources for effective collaboration.

By enabling SharePoint mobile features one can only enhance the user experience and also support the already-existing advantages of an effective SharePoint program:

-Improving employee responsiveness and decision-making -Faster internal issue problem-solving -Increased productivity -Faster customer service

With the explosion of tablets and smartphones and increasing downloads of touchscreen-based mobile apps, the importance of mobility is evident. These smart devices can be totally different from each other in many ways – from screen size to usability and functionality, making it impossible to optimize a website for a single device. Companies are looking to develop and execute on strategies that provide a first-class experience for all devices right from PC to all kinds of mobile devices.

SharePoint is proving to be a very useful tool and a powerful web content management platform which has gotten better with the latest 2013 release. It has out of the box features which provides a new HTML5 contemporary view, but even that was limited in terms of what Web Parts might be displayed. Device channels are built into the publishing template as a way to support designers with flexibility to build around smart phones or tablets, but with industry techniques around Responsive Web Design.

The SharePoint Mobile ecosystem has never been richer with nearly a dozen third party apps across all smartphone devices, with a much richer consideration for security and edge support without requirement for Office 365 subscriptions. Responsive websites in SharePoint adapt the layout by using fluid grids, flexible images and CSS3 media queries. Media queries are useful for applying different CSS styles to different screen resolutions. Microsoft provides Office support for apps on these competitive tablets, there is a preview program for home and business that asks the user what kinds of devices they own from Blackberry to the particular type of Android Tablet.

With the release of SharePoint 2013, vast improvement is visible in its mobile capabilities, as well as some cool new mobile features. Let’s take a detailed look: -One of the new features that have emerged from SharePoint is the SharePoint Newsfeed app which brings social to what appears to be all devices. The app provides a rich, optimized experience that enables users to view and interact with their newsfeeds on Windows Phone, Windows 8 and iOS (iPad and iPhone). -The new app allows users to post to all newsfeeds on SharePoint sites as well as carry out all the usual “social functions” that can from desktop – including the option to follow people, mention, share documents and follow hashtags. It can use either the SharePoint Server 2013 or SharePoint Online. This functionality requires no configuration or customization and again, like the social functionality, can be deployed using either SharePoint Server 2013, or the online version. -Microsoft has promised to make SharePoint 2013 as accessible as possible to all users. This new version comes with new HTML5 based browser, offering content views for specific site templates. In this case, it means a lightweight rendering layer that is easy to navigate and touch friendly, making it easy to use on preferred screen or mobile browser. The navigation has been designed to simplify moving from one part of the site to another and perform basic operations across SharePoint. This functionality requires no configuration or customization and can be easily deployed using either SharePoint Server 2013. -BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device) strategies by offering different customizable viewing capabilities via the web development path in Design Manager. A new feature that appears in SharePoint 2013 called device channels in Design Manager will enable designers to render publishing sites in a number of different ways and comes with different designs for different devices. Content, including images, can be changed while keeping the same URL across a whole range of different devices as well as accommodating a number of different touch target screen sizes of the different gadgets. -FileLocker also aims to deal with that through simple integration with SharePoint. It can encrypt for all data stored inside SharePoint. Its core functionality at the moment includes not only end-to-end encryption, but also file editing in the cloud and document preview with plug-ins for AutoDesk, as well selective file sharing. -For enterprises, the real bonus is that it comes with native apps for not just iPhone and iPad, but also for Android and Windows Phone. Optimized mobile browser experience has a lightweight browsing experience for users to access SharePoint content, it allows three different views such as classic, contemporary and full screen user interface. -Push notifications developers can now create notifications that send updates to a mobile device when specific activities occur on a SharePoint site. -Its location supports a new geolocation field type that can be used for mobile app development. -Office web apps has the viewer for Microsoft Office documents provides enhanced experiences when interacting with documents and has been optimized for mobile devices navigation models and content exclusions across tablets and smartphones.

The above features have made everybody realize how important it is to move their data to SharePoint 2013. It brings some useful enhancements that have the power to transform the level of understanding to any business. Making some amazing customized mobile apps with this new powerful SharePoint new edition is picking up as a trend. Custom SharePoint development teams are can help you migrate from older versions of SharePoint to SP2013 within allocated budgets and time schedules.

We provide SharePoint 2013 development services. If you would like to talk to one of our certified SharePoint developers , please get in touch with us at Mindfire Solutions.


How QuickBooks POS Can Cheer Your Small Business

How QuickBooks POS Can Cheer Your Small Business

According to most researches, many retailers have a little or no knowledge about POS System. According to some experts, business owners include peripherals on their POS by considering their business needs. This way, an efficient POS system makes sense for your business. With little knowledge about POS system, most business owners hesitate on buying QuickBooks Point of Sale Hardware because they have a little misunderstanding due to following myths.

Myths about QuickBooks POS 1.It’s from Cash Register family: Introducing QuickBooks POS System a cash register is just like saying your Tablet PC a cell phone. Though it comes with calling function, you are not going to pay a huge amount only for it.

In the same way, QuickBooks POS automates every function of the business i.e. from inventory to staff management. In order to assure a unique buying experience to make your patrons happy, it automates a to-do-list as a whole. Even better, it rings up your sales transactions and makes right credit card processing. 2.A Costly System: In most retail POS packages, generally, a complete set of hardware and software is included. A combo software/hardware package may cost you around $2000 to $3000 only for a single store. However you could also save enough money to make it cheaper. POS package won’t be offered with a huge super computer. You can use your own PC. You can easily avoid the hassle of buying and installing a new terminal. All POS Systems of modern era accept credit cards. Now, QuickBooks POS 2013 is offered for 1 month as a free trial.

3.You Need Expert to Operate it: Since inception, Intuit is offering easy to understand, high-tech and easy to use QuickBooks POS System that is user friendly from all aspects. Though searching for it requires some sort of legwork, one-stop shopping experience from it really worth.

4.It Requires New and Extra Peripherals to Work Properly: In order to make this POS system worth your while, generally, monitor, cash drawer, receipt printer, barcode scanner, credit card processor, a computer and internet connection are enough to make it a complete set of QuickBooks POS System for your enterprise.

5.It Doesn’t Matter to Your Customers: “Why don’t you own an iPad based or modern computer system?” Though you have rarely heard this type of question from your customers, but, trust us, excellent shopping experience matters a lot for them. Your valuable customers won’t forget this experience in lifetime. But once they find a worst system, they speak aloud in the market about your business that you won’t want to happen.

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Tibia guide For Sorcerer level to 160 fast

Tibia guide For Sorcerer level to 160 fast

This Guide is for Sorcerer level to get high quickly ,thank you for reading ,hope it can gives you some help:
Level 1- 8
You start off at temple, head north of the Tanner’s shop to do the Doublet quest quickly kill the rat there and return to the main plaza, get down the sewer and continue underground to find the rapier inside the rats’ cave

After this, you should head off to the premmium lands, Killing spiders will get you to level 4 in less than 10 minutes. If you have no main or no equipment on the server, I suggest you go to the premmium rats, located on the premmium side “general” store and buy a shield. The next step is to hunt wolves, snakes, and the mountain troll until you reach level 8. (Of course this is a quick, yet unprofitable way of getting out of rook)

EXTRA: Getting more money on Rookgard
Planning to leave rookgard with enough gold to survive on Main but you do not know how to do it? Well, it is easy, If you are around level 6 or more, you could kill the skeletons in the premmium land, selling the maces, hatchets, shield they drop to the NPCs or any other player. Depositing the gold in the bank is a good idea to save you from unexpected deaths.

Levels 8-15
(Equipment: Newbie set, Wand , 25 Def + Shield)
This levels have a lot of ways of being accomplished, my personal way is easy. When the oracle/gatekeeper asks you which city you would like to live in, Choose Darashia… When you arrive at main, quickly post offers in the trade chat for a newbie set (Scale Armor, Brass Legs, Dark or Steel Helmet, Dwarven shield) This would do fair and square throughout the first levels. If you are short on cash, or you already have the equipment necessary go to the Mage’s guild and get the free wand of vortex. After this head north of Darashia’s city up to the Dark Pyramid in which Minotaurs live. You can have the first, second and third floor here, Only minotaurs, creating lootbags for money and fishing for health. (Do not go down because then you will encounter Minotaur Guards who will probably just give you a free-ticket to the temple). Dark pyramid will get fairly easy when you get level 9, Buy the “Light healing spell” and continue hunting here, or the first underground level of the Rotworm caves in darashia, Which give excellent Xp/Gp ratio for a low level. Remember to use full defense and always look for upgrades in your Armor/Weapon

Levels 15-25
(Equipment: Plate set, Wand / 2handed weapon, 26+ Shield)
This levels are taken easily too, By the time you get level 15, You would have enough cash to get a Plate set, Crown helmet, and a fairly decent shield. Take your favorite wand off to Ankrahmun’s larvas and start hunting there. Full defense, looting Gps and eating the meat they give shall get you to 25 in no-time. The damage taken is “medium-low” Just try not to get swarmed and cornered by the larvas and you’ll do fine.

Levels 25-28
(Equipment: Plate set, Wand / 2handed weapon, 27 def + Shield)
Getting this levels should be easy, you may continue on larvas making some HMM’s while hunting, Or go to the GS tomb with a two-handed weapon for more experience.

Levels 28-40
(Equipment: Plate set, Wand / 2handed weapon, 27 def + Shield)
To get this levels may seem a little boring and tedious but well, it is a part of the game.
There are many ways to achieve experience and gold at the same time, I’ll post some.
Summoning 2 demon skeletons at the Edron Dragon Lair spot is nice, With some Bp’s of IH you could have bought by selling the HMM’s you made while on larvas or GS tomb, may keep you there until level 30 or even more. Loot is “average-low” and experience is “fair”

Second way is to keep hunting larvas or hunting at the GS tomb, this will take more time but less waste in money
Experience is “fair” and money is “average-good”

Third way is a little more dangerous since the mages do not have a lot of HP this may seem like suicide for many, but some experienced players can do this if they can afford it. Exori vising plus wand on cyclopolis will get you “good” experience and “nice” money, this may be dangerous because of lured monsters, however if you want to do it the safe way, you may summon 2 monks and get half the experience and some tedious monk-pushing session
Don’t forget to make lootbags of the weapons and stuff dropped by many monsters in cyclopolis. They are sure worth something and they will repay the mana fluids used

Level 40-65
(Equipment: Crown helmet, Blue robe, Plate legs, BoH, Wand / 2handed, 31+ Def shield)
If you have a blocker, this should be easy, Go hunting hydras, with a lot of manafluids and you’re preferred wand, the knight should block the middle single-spawn while you summon 2 demon skeletons and exori vis the hydra while hitting on the wand. This is “high” experience and “very nice” money for the blocker who in a given case will share the loot with you.

If you do not have a blocker or prefer to hunt alone, this will take you more time but it may give you the same profit.
Get manafluids, a lot of them, and go hunting Dwarf guards with Wand + Vis at the Kazordoon Mace or Mines, Make lootbags and Keep an UH backpack just in case. (Some GFBS would come in handy if trapped)

Another way but even more dangerous (Reccomended level 50+ ) Is to hunt at tarpits with the same strategy than Dwarf Guards with the most powerfull wand and mana fluids to vis vampires, bonebeasts, cryptshamblers, mummies, demon skeletons. “Excellent” experience but “fair” money. It would be suggested to have around magic level 50 before doing this, since at level 50 magic 50+ the vis would do an average of 112 hitpoints per hit and you could easily hunt at tar pits with a BP of UH and GFB for emergencies and around 13 bps of manafluids per level. *Note* this is an estimate and it depends on mostly your skills with vising and hunting manually, by the way, bring a lot of food since none of the monsters on the 3rd floor drops eating items*

Levels 65-100 (
Equipment: Royal Helmet, Blue robe, C legs, BoH, Wand of Cosmic Energy and Demon shield)
By this levels you should have around 20k cash in bank, since now you will hunt the most profitable and “excellent” experience given monster to mid-high levels, Dragon lords. The basics of this hunt is to mana shield while exori vising the dragon lords on the venore underground spawn, hitting with wand, and using 2 DS if you are not so skilled with VIS….

Exp given is “excellent” and loot by the time you waste the 20k of mfs will be repaid around 10x…. So you may hunt this until level 85-90

*Note* Of course you may hunt in parties at Hydras, with one blocker, this is good experience too. Dwarf guards and Tar pits are still useful until level 85 +/-

Levels 85-104
(Equipment; Royal Helmet, Blue Robe, Crown or Golden legs, Wand and MMS or Demon shield)
This levels should be the powergaming ones, since in level 104 you can solo warlocks now. But for now, Try to hunt DLs same styling as in the above explanation without DS, Dwarf guards for cash (easy at this levels), Tarpits will be a medium difficult but experience will not be as good as before. Thus try to stick to DLS and party hunts… This will get you bored from time to time since by level 90 this is not exciting anymore…However when you get level 104 things will get a lot more exciting

Levels 104-160
(Equipment: Best Mage set you can earn )
This way is so easy you will get bored often, so I suggest you get some good music or things to do while in “hunt-breaks”. So the thing is, get the most manafluids you can, 2 backpacks of SD and 4 backpacks of UH (emergencies), and go to Demona warlocks, this will get you around 1.8kk experience a day if you do it good enough, however, loot may vary from day to day… So I suggest having a vast amount of cash in bank.
The strategy is to take a single warlock into a corner while in levels 104-120 into a corner and exori mort it until death, healing at around 600 HP with exura gran. Then after levels 120+ you may follow this strategy without caring “that” much.

Another strategy is to solo hydras with exori vis + wand…This will not be the same experience but it will give the money needed to repay each hunt. It will take longer but it is way a lot safer.
Thank you for your reading ,hope this guide can give you some help to make more tibia gold!


Loan that change lifes

Loan that change lifes

Kiva’s mission is to connect people, through lending, for the sake of alleviating poverty.

Kiva empowers individuals to lend to an entrepreneur across the globe. By combining microfinance with the internet, Kiva is creating a global community of people connected through lending.

Pendo Luisi, 27 years old, borrowed $175 to open a cafe in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Kiva was born of the following beliefs:

-People are by nature generous, and will help others if given the opportunity to do so in a transparent, accountable way.

-The poor are highly motivated and can be very successful when given an opportunity.

-By connecting people we can create relationships beyond financial transactions, and build a global community expressing support and encouragement of one another.

Kiva promotes:

-Dignity: Kiva encourages partnership relationships as opposed to benefactor relationships. Partnership relationships are characterized by mutual dignity and respect.

-Accountability: Loans encourage more accountability than donations where repayment is not expected.

-Transparency: The Kiva website is an open platform where communication can flow freely around the world.

As of November 2009, Kiva has facilitated over $100 million in loans.


Chelsa Bocci | Community Marketing Director

Chelsa has been with Kiva from the beginning and was responsible for establishing Kiva’s Microfinance Partnerships program where she managed a great deal of relationships with Kiva’s Field Partners, primarily in Africa, and oversaw Kiva’s Microfinance Operations programs; Inventory Management and Kiva’s expansive Fellows Program. Chelsa is currently responsible for growing and further engaging Kiva’s community through three channels: Kiva Lending Teams, Social Networks, and Events. Prior to Kiva, Chelsa was a Corporate Recruiter and Immigration Specialist with Barclays Global Investors. She returned to the U.S. following a period of extensive world travel and work abroad; including Social Work with HIV-positive children in South Africa and tsunami relief efforts in Thailand and Indonesia. Chelsa received her B.S. in Psychology from Santa Clara University, and has completed certifications in Social Performance Management, Framework for Reporting/Analysis/Monitoring/ Evaluation (FRAME), Behavioral Interviewing/Talent Selection, Risk Management Strategies, and Human Resources Management.

Ali Carroll | Customer Service Coordinator

Ali comes to Kiva with an entrepreneurial background and experience living in rural East Africa. As the Customer Service Coordinator, she works to provide Kiva lenders with the best possible experience on Kiva and she ensures that the thousands of emails and phone calls that come into Kiva every month get answered. Ali graduated from Wake Forest University with a B.A. in Communications and Studio Art.

Austin Choi | General Counsel

Austin has served as Kivas General Counsel since July 2008 and brings over 10 years of legal experience working with global high technology companies. He has previously held positions in the legal departments of ArcSight, Inc., InVision Technologies, Inc./GE InVision, Inc., and the law firm of Fenwick & West LLP. He also served as a judicial law clerk at the United States Court of International Trade. Austin holds an A.B. in Economics from Harvard College, where he studied economic development issues, and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

Matt Flannery | Co-Founder and CEO

Matt began developing Kiva in late 2004 as a side-project with while working as a computer programmer at TiVo, Inc. In December 2005 Matt left his job to devote himself to Kiva full-time. As CEO, Matt has led Kiva’s growth from a pilot project to an established online service with partnerships across the globe and millions in dollars loaned to low income entrepreneurs. Matt is a Draper Richards Fellow, Skoll Awardee and Ashoka Fellow. He graduated with a BS in Symbolic Systems and a Masters in Philosophy from Stanford University.

Bennett Grassano | Director of Development

Bennett comes to Kiva with a background in Social Enterprise, Technology, and Nonprofit Development & Fundraising. He has worked as a leader in community-based arts and education in San Francisco’s Richmond district, a Web Developer at the Internet search engine LookSmart, and as a founding partner in an open source Web development & hosting company in San Francisco. Prior to joining Kiva, Bennett served as Director of Institutional Development for TechSoup Global where he earned a grand prize in the inaugural Yale School of Management-Goldman Sachs National Nonprofit Business Plan competition for TechSoup Stock, a self-sustaining online service that has distributed over $1 billion in technology product donations to NGOs in 24 countries. Bennett is a graduate of West Virginia University with a BA in History, Philosophy, and Foreign Languages. He is an avid musician, Tae Kwon Doist, yogi, snowboarder, and bicycle commuter.

Jen Hamilton | Chief Financial Officer

Jen comes to Kiva with an entrepreneurial background and has extensive finance experience through her roles in the corporate and investment banking world. She began her career working with Citibank Canada in Toronto and later moved to the Bay Area to become a technology investment banker first at DLJ and later Credit Suisse and UBS. Jen’s passion for international travel and culture led her to found On The Road Travel (www.ontheroadtravel.com) an online resource for independent travelers in Latin America. Jen holds an MBA from INSEAD (Fontainbleau, France) and a Bachelor of Commerce from Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada). Jen is an avid yogi, cyclist, skier and recovering triathlete.

Stefanie Madrid | Accounting Manager

Stefanie serves as Kivas Accounting Manager joining Kiva in July of 2008. She brings with her seven years of accounting experience in varying industries, her most recent of which as the Finance Director at VolunteerMatch, a San Francisco based nonprofit focusing on using internet technology to help everyone find a good place to volunteer. She is responsible for maintaining Kivas financial record keeping, the annual audit, and business analytics. Stefanie earned her B.S. in Finance and Business Administration from the University of Southern California and is currently pursuing her MBA at the University of San Francisco.

Rupa Modi | East Coast Development Manager

Rupa is responsible for developing East Coast operations in efforts to build awareness, fundraise, and seek new business opportunities. In 2007, Rupa contributed to raising program funds for Kiva from renowned foundations and donors. Additionally, Rupa was a featured speaker at the Wharton Technology Conference and moderated the Social Entrepreneurship Panel at the Wharton Entrepreneurship Conference in Philadelphia. Rupa is the Founder and CEO of ModiaDesigns, and she carries a deep interes


Customer Touch-Points as Marketing Opportunities

Customer Touch-Points as Marketing Opportunities

The average customer interacts with a company on multiple fronts. It could be the moment they are face to face with the clerk at the cash register, make a call to the technical support staff, or take the item they purchased out of the box. These interactions are called touch points, and being able to identify them is critical to your marketing strategy. Because they impact how consumers perceive your business, taking control of them is extremely important. This article will discuss some of the most common customer touch points, and how you can optimize the experience for the consumer.


There are a number of touch points the consumer may encounter before purchasing a product or service from your business. Perhaps it’s your website. Maybe a search advertisement you took out on AdWords, or word of mouth that spreads through the online communities or an opt in email marketing campaign. Do not overlook the importance of these interactions. These touch points are essential and should be designed to mold the consumer’s perception and expectations they have of your brand. The objective here is driving awareness through the touch points that will have the then potential customer thinking about you when they decide its time to do business.


When a consumer leaves the pre-sale stage, they move into various touch points of the sales arena. These touch points may involve paying a visit to your store, contacting the customer service agent for more information, or actually making a purchase. Optimizing these interactions involves demonstrating the value of your offerings and the brand itself to give the customer the reassurance that they have indeed made, or are about to make the right decision. With these touch points, it is vital to demonstrate your unique selling proposition, the reason why choosing you over the competition is the best option.


Post-sale touch points become a factor after the customer makes a purchase. Capitalizing on these interactions is essential to maintaining customer retention. The good thing here is that you have great control of these interactions and can use them to enhance the experience. Some examples would be creating a loyalty program, targeting the customer based on their recent purchase, simply delivering stellar follow-up service. With these touch points, your mission is to accomplish three specific goals: maintain a high level of satisfaction, strengthen relationships with your audience, and foster loyalty. For many businesses, this is the most important, and sometimes difficult stage to manage.

In Conclusion

Customer touch points are represented by the interactions that occur from pre-sale to the buying stage and beyond. While not all touch points have the same level of importance, they all play a key role in creating the customer experience. Identifying them is critical to understanding your business, and being in the position to control the interactions with your audience. Your ability to manage them could be the difference between whether your brand is viewed in a positive, or negative light.


Clinical What Does it Mean

Clinical What Does it Mean

Ever see the deodorant where the seller claims it’s “clinical strength”? Ever wonder what the difference is and what it all means if anything? Well, here’s the scoop:

To start, here is the dictionary meaning of the term “clinical” per dictionary.com: -pertaining to a clinic. -concerned with or based on actual observation and treatment of disease in patients rather than experimentation or theory. -extremely objective and realistic; dispassionately analytic; unemotionally critical: She regarded him with clinical detachment.

“Clinical” experience in regard to a profession can mean you’ve had experience in a controlled lab setting. For instance, I’m seeing clinical exercise physiologist, as opposed to just exercise physiologist. “Clinical” is a term I’ve never thought to use as a differentiation even though I have had 3 years clinical experience in a lab setting. Clinical in terms of a profession just means that you’ve spent time in a lab making sure that what you studied/claim to be true is in fact true.

“Clinical” is simply a term that advertisers are capitalizing on to mean stronger and to indicate that usually a prescription is needed in order to obtain it. “A vital part of modern medical research is “clinical research.” Although laboratory and animal research are of great importance, it is clinical research that answers the question “Does it work?” To answer this question, specific conditions or treatments are studied in a RESEARCH STUDY or CLINICAL TRIAL to understand the nature of a disease or the effectiveness of a drug or medical device.”

-NYU School of Medicine, General Clinical Research Center

In a nutshell, the term “clinical” is an indication that the item in question has been put to the test to see if what is says it does is actually true. There are many things that need to go in place when a “clinical” study is being done. For instance, there must be a sponsor, a principal investigator, an institutional review board and other things for it to be considered a “real” institutional study.

For now, let’s assume that this is the true method that is being followed with rules in place until bandwagon jumpers who try to make claims to sell a product will force stiffer rules and proof. Eventually, you can count on it being watered down just as the same way “fresh” and “natural” can’t really be trusted anymore to have the meaning it was intended to in the first place.