How to Use Google Search More Effectively [INFOGRAPHIC] Among certain circles (my family, some of my coworkers, etc.) I'm known for my Googling skills. I can find anything, anywhere, in no time flat. My Google-fu is a helpful skill, but not one that's shrouded in too much mystery — I've just mastered some very helpful search tricks and shortcuts and learned to quickly identify the best info in a list of results. Sadly, though web searches have become and integral part of the academic research landscape, the art of the Google search is an increasingly lost one. Posterous Introduces "The Last Email List You'll Ever Need" Today, Posterous, the site we previously referred to as a "minimalist blogging platform", has again expanded its functionality in its own, minimalist fashion. This time, rather than adding rich editing features or increasing social interaction the service has gone and reinvented one of the Internet's "wheels" - the email list. We spoke with Posterous co-founder and CEO Sachin Agarwal yesterday and he told us that the new feature is an "email list on steroids" and that it's "the last email list you'll ever need." "The worst part about Yahoo Groups," Agarwal started off telling us, "is how hard it is to create one of these groups."
UnfollowıngForTwıtter Have you asked yourself this? Well you're in luck - ManageFlitter has the answer! Click "Connect to Twitter" below to connect your account. We'll process data on your followers and within a few seconds you'll see the screen below - a list of all the people who have unfollowed you. If you feel like it, you can then select some people and unfollow them quickly by clicking the button on the right.
Google Map Reverse Geocoding Tutorial with Example.Google Map Reverse Geocode Google Map API has been a great way to show geographical information on web. A lot of mashup tools like this, have been created around Google Maps to show a wide variety of data. In my previous article about Introduction to Google Maps API, I had described basic APIs to integrate Google Map in your webpage. In this small article we will discuss a great feature of Google Maps API that can be used to locate any City/Country/Place on Map. This is called Geocoding.
Building a Facebook Timeline for Higher Education So what does the roll out of Facebook Timeline mean for higher education beyond bigger pictures and a new way of doing things? Plenty. Colleges and universities around the country are always searching for better ways to tell their story. They struggle with the simple ways to talk about all they have going on.
How Consoles are Driving the Download Market - Article Penny Arcade, a well known humorous webcomic strip, decided to vilify the Phantom console on suspicion of Vaporware. For months the front page was filled with Tycho’s diatribes about the multitude of ways an all downloadable content console could go wrong. Turns out, he was right. The only thing useful that came from the project was a lapboard which still hasn’t seen mainstream adaptation. So why am I writing about how consoles are changing the face of downloadable content?
Tweet-o-Meter Is it true that, "New York is the city that never sleeps!"? Do Londoners send more Tweets than New Yorkians'? Is Oslo a bigger Tweeter than Munich? Is Tokyo as much into Tweets as Barcelona? maps: see where a language is spoken "Where on Earth do they speak..." [Map] Check an alphabetical list of world's languages and see where the language is spoken.
How does MediaWiki work? You probably know Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, and may possibly be a little bit confused by similar, but different, words such as Wiki, Wikimedia or MediaWiki. To avoid a possible confusion between the words you may first want to read the article about the names where the differences are explained. General Overview