Groupon has launched a new Yelp competitor called Pages (PRESS RELEASE). You do not want to hear my Groupon horror story.
Microsoft has opened up The Garage. “Microsoft clicked the Genie on Wednesday and invited the whole neighborhood into its online Garage to try out a handful of consumer apps that are still in the works.”
Twitter has launched Digits, a way to sign into apps using phone numbers instead of passwords.
Don’t want to use GMail or Dropbox? Techspot offers some alternatives.
The state of Idaho has launched an online portal for parcel data about Idaho counties (PRESS RELEASE). “Users can choose from two types of parcel standard downloads: public and comprehensive. Public parcel downloads include seven basic data fields, such as parcel unique identifier, date shared, and date that the polygon geometry was last updated. Comprehensive parcel downloads feature the same information as the public downloads plus 47 more data fields, including property descriptions, total assessed value, and value by category.”
Gombe National Park is now on Google Street View.
Don’t care for Google Analytics? Here are 14 alternatives.
Twitpic’s photo archive has been acquired by Twitter, so it’ll stay online for the time being.
NASA has launched a SoundCloud page of clips from historic missions. Good morning, Internet…
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