5.6 Wiki, Google etc.
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Now, for something completely different. I've been playing with Google Earth as a phylogeny viewer, inspired by Bill Piel's efforts , the cool avian flu visualisation Janies et al. published in ( doi:10.1080/10635150701266848 ), and David Kidd's work . As an example, I've taken a phylogeny for katydids from Shapiro et al. ( doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2006.04.006 ), and created a KML file.
Yes, I really do believe people reading this might be sad enough to answer "yes" to the question "Ever wanted to know how to construct your own Google search strings?"
Cool list I found of 101 Google tricks! Starts a little slow, but there are some neat tips here. 1.
We all use Google every day, quite a few times a day even and most of us are very pleased with it.
As I was telling you in the first part of this article, I am glad that we’ve got over the basics of Google searching so now we can look into more interesting search options. First of all there is a part of Google’s syntax that allows you to tell it where exactly to search. This comes in handy when you know part of a URL or maybe a title but you can’t find the exact page.
We all know the Google Advanced Search page that lets you refine your searches and find what you need faster.
Google AdSense is a flexible, hassle-free way to earn revenue by showing relevant and engaging ads alongside your online content.
Google Webmaster Tools provides you with detailed reports about your pages' visibility on Google.
Google recently stopped development on Notebook, which means it's no longer open to sign-ups by new users or being improved. Don't worry if you're already a Google Notebook user! You can still access all your notebooks and data from this page (http://www.google.com/notebook/), as always.
Today, we're happy to announce that Similar Images is graduating from Google Labs and becoming a permanent feature in Google Images.
Whether it’s a product or feature launch or a cool new initiative, chances are that you’ll read about most news from Google on one of our blogs.