Nobel Prizes, Google, WordPress, Scraping More: Tuesday Evening Buzz, October 1, 2013
Hey! The 2013 Nobel Prize announcements will be livecast. (Press release)
Google has announced some updates to its Drive file products.
Timing wonks: The best days and times to post on Instagram. Spoiler: Mondays, but only by a slight amount.
You know you want to: how to make a supercut video.
Fun from ScraperWiki: How to scrape anyone’s Twitter followers.
Phil Bradley takes a look at Feedspot as a Google Reader replacement. I’m liking Newsblur and y’all, I am seriously loving Digg Reader. I imported an OMPL file of over 700 feeds and it didn’t even burp. I have always resisted Web-based RSS readers past a certain point because I didn’t think they could handle the number of feeds I read. Digg’s doing fine.
Google Knowledge Graph: now with more musician knowledge.
More Google: Making QR Codes in Google Docs.
WordPress 3.7 has gone to Beta 1. Good evening, Internet..
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