Ning is an online platform for people and organizations to create custom social networks, launched in October 2005. Ning offers customers the ability to create a community website with a customized appearance and feel; feature sets such as photos, videos, forums and blogs; and support for “ Like”, plus integration with Facebook, Twitter, Google and Yahoo!. Ning, Inc. is owned by Mode Media.
Ning was co-founded by Marc Andreessen and Gina Bianchini. By June 2011 there were over 90,000 social websites running on the Ning Platform.
Ning ( or ) is a family name of Chinese origin. It is sometimes written as Nang in Hakka dialect. Its literal meaning means "peace". This surname is known to be uncommon as it was not on the top 100 of most common surnames in 2006 and is most common in New Zealand with 18.69 frequency per million.
Ning may refer to:
- Ning (website), online platform for people to create their own social networks
- Ning (surname), Chinese surname
- Ning River, tributary of Mei River, originating and running through Xingning, China
- Ning County, county in Gansu, China
- Ningxia, abbreviated as Ning, Hui autonomous region of China
- Nanjing, abbreviated as Ning, capital of Jiangsu Province, China
- Zhu Quan (1378–1448), the Prince of Ning, 17th son of the Hongwu Emperor of the Ming dynasty
Usage examples of "ning".
At the begin- ning of my apprenticeship, he once built two small fires in the mountains of northern Mexico.
After all, I had always done just that, found him in the marketplace, since the begin- ning of my association with him.
I saw her run- ning toward the wall and huddling up against it like a fright- ened child.
La Gorda said that the Nagual had known from the begin- ning that Josefina was not really ill, and that that was the rea- son it had been so difficult for him to cure her.
Diamonds and fur pieces, evening dresses, orchids, suits and underwear litter the floor covered by a writhing, frenzied, heaving mass of naked bodies.
Johnny on all fours and Mary sucking him and running her fingers down the thigh backs and light over the outfields of the ball park.
Princess Ning in her disguise that if a word of this hide-and-seek business gets about, the whole lot of them will lose their heads.
It had been a wonderful ning, filled with wine and music and candlelight, but Catherine had the eerie feeling that somehow it didn't elong to her.
Then, his voice very soft now, and begin ning to smile, Rube Prien said, "Oh, Doctor, Doctor: you can't quite lie, can you?
The reels cycled and spun and whirled and whipped in a blurringspin ning metalhumming overandoverandover as Maggie blue-eyed Maggie hated and hated and thought of hate and all the days and nights of swine behind her and ahead of her and if only she had all the money in this room in this Casino in this hotel in this town right now this very instant just an instant this instant it would be enough to whirring and humming and spinning and overandoverandoverandover and she would be free free free and all the world would never touch her body again the swine would never touch her white flesh again and then suddenly as dollarafterdollarafterdollar went around aroundaround hummmmming in reels of cherries and bells and bars and plums and oranges there was suddenly painpainpain a SHARP pain!
The Sou'westers Club had agreed that we should mount another seining effort Saturday eve ning, but the Club officers were worried about paying for it.
In fact, even those who tenanted the Linear constructions run ning on the long sides of the Center's extensive grounds did not know of its existence, so artful were its screens.
In 1956 two American physicists, Tsung-Dao Lee and Chen Ning Yang, suggested that the weak force does not in fact obey the symmetry P.
A year later my mother followed him to the Yellow Springs Beneath the Earth, and since then I have lived with Uncle Nung and Auntie Hua in the village of Ku-fu in the valley of Cho.