Android.com - Experience Nexus One. Google 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. Extensions List (Google Wave Extensions List) My google reader. Adding Custom Google Maps to Your Website · Stiern.com.
Maps are often placed on a company website to help customers find their way there.
For that, Google Maps is excellent. But wouldn’t it be nice to add your company logo, parking lots, train stations, etc. to the map, to help the customer even more? It is very simple, and in this article I am going to show you how. Before we start, check out what we are going to create: Now, here is an overview: Overview Google Maps API The Google Maps API allows you to embed maps directly into your website.
Getting the Coordinates As I do not expect you to know the precise coordinates of your location, I will explain a very quick way Google has provided to do this. When you enter this in your address bar, you will see this: The coordinates of Apple's head quarter in Cupertino The first number is the status code, and 200 means that everything is okay. Adding the Map to Your Website There’s no need to hesitate – let’s add that map to your website! After the URL, you will notice sensor=false. Write Adding Markers.
Fonts Used In Logos of Popular Websites. This roundup was gathered through a combination of top notch Google-ing and What the Font?
-ing. Midway through my travels across the internet, I stumbled upon a Web 2.0 logo font roundup, which is worth a look as well. You’ve seen these fonts, now you get to learn their names: Twitter – Pico Alphabet (Modified) Digg – FFF Forward (Modified) Cork’d – Triplex Vimeo – Black Rose Grooveshark – FF Nuvo Envato – Agenda Italic Tuts+ Network – Lubalin Graph Last.fm – National (Modified) Technorati – Neo Sans Medium Flickr – Frutiger Black Purevolume – Avenir Book Youtube – Alternate Gothic No. 2 Basecamp – Whitney Facebook – Klavika (Modified) Engadget – Engadget Font (Close Match) Google – Catull BQ Yahoo – Yahoo Font Hulu – Futura MDd BT (Modified) Bebo – Neuropol (Modified)