Bitly, Google, Browsers, More: Thursday Morning Buzz, March 14, 2013

Mashable has an article on Click With Me Now, a new no-download screen-sharing service.

Congratulations to Bitly on… 100 billion clicks?

The Economist has an interesting article on Wikipedia articles by language. Read the comments too.

Wow, Google Glass hasn’t even been released yet and it’s already been banned from a bar.

PC Magazine had a browser smackdown — featuring not only IE, Chrome, and Firefox, but also Maxthon and Opera.

Lifehacker has a quick video on how to temporarily get rid of Facebook Graph search if you don’t like it.

The Federal Trade Commission has issued new guidelines for disclosures in online ads.

The state of Iowa has a new Hunting Atlas to provide hunters information on the state’s 600,000 acres of hunting land.

Genealogy Insider has a roundup of Irish genealogy Web sites.

Dropbox has given its desktop client a big update.

How would you like to log in to a Web site with a ring? No word if you have to recite the Green Lantern Oath of Jack T. Chance. Yowza. Good morning, Internet…

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