Resolutions, Ohio, Google+, Genealogy, More: Sunday Morning Buzz, December 30, 2012

Very handy from Lifehacker: Five custom searches you should enable in your browser right now.

Interesting from UberGizmo: generate your Wifi password as a QR code. I am just not nervy enough to do this.

One of the (few) things I don’t like about Undrip is it doesn’t help me remember where I heard about stuff, but I think I got this heads-up on this one from Joyce Valenza:

Nice! 20 apps to help you keep your New Year resolutions.

The state of Ohio has aggregated its “cold cases” into an online database.

A look at problems with Android malware and the steps being taken to combat it.

Google+ pages are getting more interaction options. “Google launched Business Pages for Google+ back in November 2011, and now the search giant has finally enabled Page users to communicate with all users on the service.”

Happy (upcoming) 5th blog birthday to GenealogyCanada.

More Genealogy: Genealogy’s Star has an article on a new search engine from the Israel Genealogy Research Association.

Larry Ferlazzo is keeping up his great list of best sites for learning about New Year celebrations. Good morning, Internet…

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