YouTube, New Mexico, Medium, More: Monday Morning Buzz, August 26, 2013
NICE. This article on Lifehacker shows you how you can pre-load YouTube videos. You’ll need a Chrome extension and a couple of settings adjustments.
Remember Medium, the site launched by Twitter co-founders? There’s an thoughtful article about its content and its potential in The Atlantic.
This is going to come in handy: advanced tips and tricks for Google Forms.
Genealogists! You might find this updated list of genealogy links to every county in New Mexico helpful. (Hat tip to Lowcountry Africana!)
It is crazy to me that there are apparently already five viable alternatives to Google Glasses.
More Google: How-To Geek runs down eight reasons you should be using Google Voice (if you’re American.) I like Google Voice but now I’m paranoid that Google is going to kill it.
More More Google: Jeffrey Van Camp spent a week using a Chromebook as his main computer. It started out great, but after that… well…
Another useful one from LifeHacker: the five best video converters.
Beyond Search has a quick article on a new source code search engine, Meanpath.
An extensive article from Search Engine Journal: “The Definitive Guide to Using Google+ for Building Links & Outreach”. I am not into SEO – keeping up with all the constant changes is a full time job – but articles like this often use interesting search techniques or point to useful related resources. This is one such article. Good morning, Internet…
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