Chrome, Genealogy, Facebook, More: Friday Morning Buzz, March 7, 2014
Google has released an update for Chrome. Since this includes 19 security updates, I recommend you upgrade…
Flipboard has acquired Zite (press release).
Apparently Yahoo has decided that you can’t use Google or Facebook logins for its services anymore. I’m not sure that’s a good move, but I guess Yahoo feels like it has to protect its brand….
The National Genealogical Society will stream ten sessions from its upcoming NGS 2014 Family History Conference. The sessions are not free; you will have to pay to access them. You can get them live, or you can play them back an unlimited number of times for 90 days after the conference.
Hat tip to Smashing Magazine for this pointer to Free Google+ Training Manuals. Six PDFs covering a variety of Google+ topics. And by free I mean free; there’s no registration required, you don’t have to give your e-mail address, etc.
From PC World (Warning! PC World!) – Facebook’s news feed redesign is on the way. Is it just me or does it look kind of Tumblresque?
Vine has changed its terms of service and will no longer allow sexually-explicit content. I thought that was already the case….
Google has brought indoor Google Maps to India.
Twitter’s horrible API rules have claimed another victim. “[MetroTwit] has grown in popularity over the years with more than 400,000 Twitter users, but a Twitter access token limit on third-party clients means it will soon no longer function for new users.”
Nice one from Hongkiat.com: 10 Chat Tools for Better Communication in Team Projects. Good morning, Internet…
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