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Wave - Communicate and collaborate in real time

Wave - Communicate and collaborate in real time
As we announced in August 2010, we are not continuing active development of Google Wave as a stand-alone product. Google Wave will be shut down in April 2012. This page details the implication of the turn down process for Google Wave. Stage 1: Google Wave is read-only -- January 31, 2012 In this stage, you will no longer be able to create or edit waves. Marking a wave as read will also not be saved. Robots that try to write to a wave will stop functioning. During this time, you will continue to be able to export your waves using the existing PDF export feature. If you want to continue using Wave, there is an open source project called Walkaround that includes an experimental feature to import all your waves from Google.

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Google Lit Trips for Young Readers Where in the world will our youngest readers travel as they discover the world of books! Reading About Reading Kind Words Site Map Site Search in Superfeedr Superfeedr provides a realtime API to any application who wants to produce (publishers) or consume (subscribers) data feeds without wasting resources and maintaining an expensive and changing infrastructure. This documentation shows how to integrate Superfeedr into a variety of diverse infrastructure, as well as highlights most of the features offered by Superfeedr. Table of Contents

Still more reports and books on the future of academic libraries : Confessions of a Science Librarian For those of you new to Confessions of a Science Librarian, I’ve been publishing various lists of books and reports/white papers for the last little while. The reports and books explore various ideas, issues and trends that I think will be important in the development of academic libraries over the next several years and range pretty far and wide in terms of subject matter. I’ve done four lists so far, mentioning a rather frightening number of different items: Reports

Notebook As of July 2012, Google Notebook has shut down and all Notebook data should now be in Google Docs. As previously announced, in most cases we were able to automatically export the Notebook data, so please visit Google Docs. Also please update any bookmarks or links to Notebook so that they point to Docs instead.

Google Lit Trips Short URL to this presentation - Presentation at ISTE 2013 - See also GoogleEarthPresentation Handout Engage students with integrated visual learning using Google Earth to develop the geographic story/timeline connecting to literature you study in class. Work together to create a Google Literature Trip you can use in your classroom in the Fall. To provide a tool set for teachers to engage students in learning Google Earth's visual geography tool.Expose teachers to tools that will engage students in literature, introduce geography concepts, activate background knowledge, and provide your students access and exposure to the world around them?This session will explain how to create a Google Literature Trip and how to make cross-curricular connections.

in Google Wave Google just opened the Google Wave developer sandbox for federation. Developers can now begin prototyping tools against WaveSandbox.com. Google tested earlier versions of Wave with a small number of developers on the Wave sandbox and this server will now become the platform for testing interoperability between different Wave servers. Google also released a how-to document that explains how to set up a Java-based Wave server over the weekend. More details about how to implement the Wave Federation Protocol can be found here.

» What percentage of open-access journals charge publication fees? The Occasional Pamphlet In the popular conception, open-access journals generate revenue by charging publication fees. The popular conception turns out to be false. Various studies have explored the extent to which OA journals charge publication fees. The results have been counterintuitive to many, indicating that far fewer OA journals charge publication fees than one might have thought. Blog directory – News from Google 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. We started blogging in May of 2004 and now have a network of company blogs that cover topics as diverse as our renewable energy policies, product updates, developer challenges and code snippets, and information for advertisers and partners. The official blog for information about the AdWords, AdSense, DoubleClick and AdMob APIs and SDKs Das offizielle deutsche AdSense-Blog El blog oficial de AdSense en español Le Blog officiel AdSense en français Il blog ufficiale di AdSense in Italiano Het Officiële Nederlandse Google AdSense Blog Oficjalny polski blog o AdSense O blog oficial do AdSense em português Google AdSense 中文網誌 Google’a içeriden bir bakış.

Google Earth for Educators: 50 Exciting Ideas for the Classroom March 14th, 2010 Google Earth has opened up potential for students in classrooms around the globe with its bird’s-eye view of the world. Whether you are a veteran teacher looking for new ways to teach old topics or you are a still an education student getting ready to make your debut in the classroom, these exciting ways to use Google Earth are sure to infuse your lessons with plenty of punch.

in Superfeedr Superfeedr provides a realtime API to any application who wants to produce (publishers) or consume (subscribers) data feeds without wasting resources and maintaining an expensive and changing infrastructure. This documentation shows how to integrate Superfeedr into a variety of diverse infrastructure, as well as highlights most of the features offered by Superfeedr. Table of Contents You can find links to the pages below in the top menu bar as well. Permanent Access to the Records of Science in Europe Objectives The motivation of the PARSE.Insight project is to contribute to the long-term access to the digital resources created by scientific endeavour. It is widely recognised that there are risks that such resources might be lost to future use unless active steps are taken for their preservation. Not only hardware, media and formats change, but knowledge, required to interpret and reuse data, also changes over time.

AdWords: Keyword Tool With Keyword Planner, we've combined the functionality of Keyword Tool and Traffic Estimator to make it easier to plan search campaigns. That's why Keyword Tool is no longer available. You can use Keyword Planner to find new keyword and ad group ideas, get performance estimates for them to find the bid and budget that are right for you, and then add them to your campaigns. Note To access Keyword Planner, sign in to your AdWords account at Click the Tools and Analysis drop-down menu and select "Keyword Planner." Keep in mind that the anonymous keyword tool is no longer available. In Pictures: The Strangest Sights in Google Earth - PCWorld tk Close More on Merrifield: Another look at Intel's new chip Feb 26, 2014 6:45 AM

in Netvibes The next version of popular web dashboard service Netvibes will push "near real-time" updates from feeds to the browser, a dramatic change in how the service works. Those feeds will be served up along with the standard suite of functional widgets the company has always provided. As the number of real-time feeds available around the web has rapidly grown over recent months with the rise of real-time publishing technologies, the big question has been: when will a major feed reader consume these feeds? Google Reader may be too complex and too slow-moving to be first; that Netvibes is going to steal the show should be no surprise. In an unembargoed presentation sent to press this morning, Netvibes said that it would be adding support to its next version for both Pubsubhubbub and RSS Cloud protocols.

If anyone is interested in a Wave account but has not yet got an invite, just reply to this dicussion. I have about 20 available (at this time) by thethought Dec 13

I notice that several people have attempted to put their googlewave account into pearltrees and all have encountered a 303 message. I also notice that someone has put their igoogle account in. I tried because I wanted to see if I could "accidently" compromise my privacy (could you see my mail) but so far Google seems to have made sure that does not happen. by thethought Dec 11

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