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How to: Google Docs Form with Multiple Spreadsheets

I caught a question on Twitter today about Google Docs Forms and Spreadsheets: Can one #Google form populate multiple spreadsheets? If so, how? #help #GoogleDocs — Roberto Sarjoo (@robsarj) December 19, 2011   I have been sharpening my skills in … Continue reading

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why not Microsoft (Part 2 of many)

Round 2 of this series. I’m about to gut this video and turn it inside out. Kids, cover your eyes, this will get ugly. Delegation of mail and calendar. Once upon a time, in a world when dinosaurs roamed freely … Continue reading

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Why not Microsoft (Part 1 of many)

I just saw this Microsoft channel on Youtube comparing Microsoft solutions with Google’s. I couldn’t resist writing this up. If I need to mix different features in a blender then its not easy to manage. In fact it could very … Continue reading

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I would pay for personalized news delivered to my [insert gadget name here]

After reading a post by Kevin Kelleher on Gigaom titled “Does Google Event Understand What News Is” and Schmidt’s opinion on the WSJ this week titled “How Google Can Help Newspapers” I came up with some comments on this. I … Continue reading

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On Guaranteed SEO Results: Have I got a deal for you

A search for “guaranteed SEO” on Google returns about 5,300,000 results. On the first page alone 6/10 results mention the word “Google”. So this begs the question, is there such a thing as “guaranteed SEO”? Let’s find out. According to … Continue reading

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Real time, social, microblogging and context aware searching

A couple of days ago Google’s Eric Schmidt reportedly said that Google is looking into ways of intergrating microblogging within their search. ‘Microblogging’ is really code name for Twitter and this news is rather interesting after the rumors earlier this … Continue reading

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Thinking Out Loud: Content Personalization – Context Aware Ads and the Social Web

In continuation from the first Thinking Out Loud post titled “Content Personalization – Tell Me Who Your Friends Are” the second – yet more important – use of this type of personalized content is targeted advertisement. Google has owned this area with … Continue reading

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Recursive Search in Google Maps – Why is it interesting?

Apparently this has been out for some time now, but I am able to run recursive searches on Google Maps. I have used the “What is nearby” searches, but I was unaware I can do this from the search field. … Continue reading

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Track Swine Flu On Google Maps

Google Henry Niman has published a Google Maps application to track the recent Swine Flu outbreak around the World. Google Google Maps platform is a great way to quickly publish applications regarding current events. For a Swine Flu tracking application … Continue reading

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The first McMaster website? possibly

I just came across the internet archive – WayBack Machine. Always wondered how the first websites for different companies and organizations looked like. This is the first McMaster site for everybody I know who studied there, or is still there: … Continue reading

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