Google, PDFs, Focus, More : Wednesday Afternoon Buzz, October 30, 2013

Google Street View, now on the river Thames.

Nice from TheNextWeb: 10 new IFTTT recipes now that Twitter support is back.

Is there going to be a Google Smartwatch in the next few months?

Sometimes I need this: 5 Productivity Tools to Help You Focus.

A really nice article breaking down the syntax for Facebook Graph Search.

Wow. Google is now the third largest US company? “Google’s reached an all-time high of $1,015.46 soon after its results announcement. The stock is trading at $1,011.41 with a market capitalization $337.4 billion. Google is now the third largest U.S. company after Apple and ExxonMobil.”

More Google: GMail and Google Docs now accept handwriting input. Interesting but not particularly useful over here.

Practical Ecommerce has an overview of five popular Web clipping software platforms.

UbuntuGeek has a quick writeup of a tool that lets you compare two PDF files.

From Mashable: the five best read-it later apps. Pocket. Pocket Pocket Pocket! Good afternoon, Internet…

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Posted on October 30, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. DiffPDF, the PDF comparison tool reviewed by UbuntuGeek is also available for Windows and OSX:

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