Hmm, perhaps what finally wrests me away from Babelfish? Google has announced that its translation service now offers single-word translations. Not like you’ve couldn’t do that before, but the new feature offers […]
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How lovely! Are you looking for an open source alternative to all the commercial software on your computer? Wondering how you’re going to switch to Linux when all your boxed applications run […]
iTunes now number 3 music retailer. Behind Wal-Mart and Best Buy. I have wanted to play with the Google Mashup Editor, but it’s not open to the world yet. Until it is […]
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 […]
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 […]