I was recently looking at Google Analytics and the data for this blog. For whatever reason, I was only looking at a two day span in the recent past, and I was focused on search keywords. One search caught my attention because it was short and was not one of the typical searches in this […]

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Google Sites is becoming quite powerful and I am not sure if people are noticing. Last week, Google announced that Apps Script was available on a Google Site: Starting today, you can create, edit, and launch Google Apps Scripts from any Google Site, which allows you to automate business processes that involve multiple applications. As in […]

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Some applications have great general usage patterns, while other applications are very specific in nature. Bookmarking is one of those general usage applications, but lately people have mentioned that they don’t use it anymore. The discussion of bookmarking started a few weeks ago when XMarks announced they would be shutting down, and a few days […]

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There were two articles this week that caught my interest. Even though these are two mostly unrelated articles, they actually fit together in a way that is more interesting. The first post is from GigaOm about mobile apps being useless when not connected to the internet. Have you ever tried to use your mobile apps […]

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For whatever reason, Google announced their automated car project on a Saturday afternoon. It almost feels like they were trying to bury this story, but there have been a ton of posts on this already. However, the focus has typically been on the “wow factor” of the project. TechCrunch has had plenty of posts already […]

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