Groovy guy Philipp Lenssen has an excellent post about how to pull data from Google into Google Spreadsheets. As he notes the syntax is =GoogleLookup with two variables; to find the population […]
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You know, the late 90s and the bubble were a long time ago, yet whenever I see some overblown press release talking about revolutionary new paradigms or some other such nonsense I […]
The Vermont Community Foundation has published the latest version of the Vermont Directory of Foundations in three different ways — printed book, free PDF download, and a free searchable database, now available […]
Jerry Yang now Yahoo CEO. Wubba? Yes, EVERYTHING. Camera Shutter Life Expectancy Database. Ask dissects the 3D. In a good way. OH BOY! More battery recalls! A Yahoo Pipe for translating RSS […]
If you’ve used Google Maps to find businesses, you’ll know that it’s had reviews available for businesses for a long time — content that was pulled from other places like CitySearch and […]