David Byrne thinks Google is Evil. Read the article and then wonder if Google will dare fling a C&D at him for the logo job.
Which UK and US universities are the most infuential on Twitter, according to THE? http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/top-100-most-influential-uk-and-us-universities-on-twitter/2013373.article
From Amit Agarwal – Getting more advanced GMail filters with Google Scripts.
Bing has added more “Snapshot” information, this time for food and drugs.
What should you post on Pinterest? Apparently it depends on the day of the week.
Yow. Yahoo Likely to Slip Below 10% Search Share Next Month. “In July 2009 when the Microsoft-Yahoo search deal was first announced Yahoo had 19.3 percent of the US search market according to comScore data. Microsoft had 8.9 percent. Now the numbers are almost exactly reversed and Google’s share is 3 points higher than in 2009. So much for strengthening competition.” I guess the question “Is Yahoo a search or a media company” is pretty much moot; it better be a media company or it’s doomed.
Google Play, now with PayPal support.
Facebook continues its quest to belt sand all my nerves with the addition of an ‘Ask’ button. “Now, when Facebook users peek at friends in their network on desktop Web browsers, they’ll see an ‘ask’ button on a profile’s top-left ‘about’ box when pertinent information has been left blank. (These ‘ask’ buttons also appear when clicking through a user’s profile on mobile browsers.)”
Pennsylvania’s amusement park safety records are going online. “Just four inspectors in the department’s Bureau of Ride and Measurement Standards cover 800 ride operators. Reports last year showed flaws in how the department handles inspection records, said Michael Rader, executive director of the Senate Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee.”
The British Library wants your help tagging its comic art.
Google has released a Hangouts extension for Outlook. Good morning, Internet…
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