Several months ago, I wrote about automating Google Sites using Apps Script. I have been trying to take a look at all of the services available in Apps Script, and I really wanted to play with the UI components. Previously, the UI components were tied to Google Docs and you could not use the UI […]

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Every once in a while, the computer science education debate appears anew. Is the curriculum too hard, is it too easy or is it even relevant to today’s business environment. Typically, nothing comes of these debates because the people doing the debating have different goals, and will never come to an agreement. About a month […]

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When I first read the announcement about the API changes and recommendations I was shocked and angry. Like many developers, I had yelled when they stopped whitelisting applications, and I thought this new announcement was going too far. Thankfully, my family obligations did not allow me to write this post immediately following the announcement. So, […]

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This is a guest post from Gwen Davis. Gwen Davis is the webmaster of Hosting Observer. Facebook has achieved supremacy in the social media world with its more than 600 million users worldwide. Through out all the UI changes, Facebook has never lost its core principles, among them being accessibility and unlimited hosting for all […]

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Lately, there has been a lot of discussion about the future of our information consumption. Are we going to be using search in a different way or using niche search engines? Are we going to get recommendations from from our social network? Will the results be personalized based on our behaviors, or even just a […]

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