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MillionShort MillionShort Million Short is an experimental web search engine (really, more of a discovery engine) that allows you to REMOVE the top million (or top 100k, 10k, 1k, 100) sites from the results set. We thought it might be somewhat interesting to see what we'd find if we just removed an entire slice of the web. The thinking was the same popular sites (we're not saying popular equals irrelevant) show up again and again, Million Short makes it easy to discover sites that just don't make it to the top of the search engine results for whatever reason (poor SEO, new site, small marketing budget, competitive keyword(s) etc.). Most people don't look beyond page 1 when doing a search and now they don't have to. So far, feedback has ranged from: "This sux!"

School of Engineering - Stanford Engineering Everywhere

SEE programming includes one of Stanford’s most popular engineering sequences: the three-course Introduction to Computer Science taken by the majority of Stanford undergraduates, and seven more advanced courses in artificial intelligence and electrical engineering. Introduction to Computer Science Artificial Intelligence Linear Systems and Optimization Additional School of Engineering Courses School of Engineering - Stanford Engineering Everywhere
Experiments This is my creative lab and interactive playground. It's focused on the exploration of interaction, visual effects and technologies.

Interactive Experiments Focused on HTML5

Interactive Experiments Focused on HTML5

Chrome Experiments - WebGL Globe

Chrome Experiments - WebGL Globe The WebGL Globe is an open platform for geographic data visualization. We encourage you to copy the code, add your own data, and create your own. If you do create your own globe, please share it with us.
Versionista: Track changes to any Web site
In my last post on ReadWriteStart, I talked about how, in many cases, it wasn't an advantage to build your start-up in stealth mode. As a continuation of that theme, I thought it would be interesting to explore five tools you can use to iterate and improve your startup idea before writing one line of code. There is nothing worse than building a tool no one is interested in, so I'd encourage you to consider these options before starting down the path of building your next startup. Specifically, these five tools can help you do three critical activities before starting to write a line of code: create a wireframe, get feedback from the target market and test value proposition through multiple landing pages. iMockups for Wireframing Concepts If a picture is worth 1,000 words, then a good mockup is worth 1,000 lines of code. 5 Tools to Improve Your Idea Before You Write a Line of Code 5 Tools to Improve Your Idea Before You Write a Line of Code
Kinected Conference | MIT Media Lab
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REST API - Evri Table of Contents 1 Introduction 2 Registration and API Use Limits 2 URIs and Response Types 3 Versioning REST API - Evri
Copy this code and paste it immediately after your opening <head> tag: Because you are using the Shopify App, the Optimizely embed code is already added to your shop automatically! If you want to run Optimizely on a page NOT hosted by Shopify, copy & paste this code snippet to the top of the <head> tag: Include this snippet on every page you want to run experiments on and track as a goal. This snippet will not change.

A/B Testing you&#039;ll actually use

A/B Testing you&#039;ll actually use
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