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Google Wave Extensions List for Integration Bots

Here a a few Google Wave Extensions for Integration.  Some of these bots are still in “In Progress” including the PlonieBot which is suppose to bring wave document editing capabilities to Plone.  If anyone has any real applications that they have used with Google Wave please post a comment below showing us your work.  The […]

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Google Wave – A Writer's Tool?

I wonder if others are seeing what I’m seeing in Google Wave. I am finding Google Wave a perfect tool for writing down ideas and refining them before publishing. I create a Wave, jot down some thoughts then come back to them when I’m ready to expand the notion into a blog post.   I realize […]

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This is a Test Post from Google Wave to My Blog – tomparish.posterous.com

This is a Test Post from Google Wave to My Blog – tom.parish@posterous.com Fascinating. Seems to work. I’m going to take a screencast of this. I will not do any editing. Might do a screengrab just in case. Tom via google-wave-robot

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Google One-line Sitelinks Are Starting To Appear on Major Search Terms

Below you can see the new one-line sitelinks for the search term nutrition.  The first three search results all have three one-line sitelinks for each listing. When I searched for computers I found that the new one-line sitelinks only for the first search result.  This time the search result displayed four one-line sitelinks, but only […]

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Google Releases Top 2008 Search Results – "Fastest Rising"

Some the searches that I found myself looking up this year that made the list were jeremiah wright, sarah palin, hockey mom, joe the plumber, william ayers and lipstick pig. As you might be able to tell, I’m a political junkie. Google defines “Fastest rising” as the most popular searches conducted for the first 11 […]

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Google Might Host Wikipedia

More detail in the article “Google Offers to Host Wikipedia.” Bottom line here is Wikipedia is becoming popular and it needs more bandwidth and more hardware. Honestly if you haven’t spent some time at www.Wikipedia.com you really should do so.  What surprised me was the amount of news that is available and a richness of related […]

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Google Does Weather

Get current conditions and a forecast by typing [weather Austin] into your favorite browser, or whatever your U.S. location is (zipcodes are also fair game) [weather 78737]. If you prefer, use Google SMS to send a text message to the U.S. five-digit shortcode 46645 (GOOGL on most mobile phones) followed by your meteorological query. I […]

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Google has Maps – maps.google.com and more …

Don’t you just love it when the search engines start one-upping each other? So go take a look at http://maps.google.com. It’s really very useful and practical – as are all Google tools. Not real pretty … just darn practical.  If you have a PC, be sure to LEFT CLICK and hold to see how that moves the […]

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New Internet Tool Offers Suggestions in Real Time – "Google Suggest"

Google is testing a new tool called “Google Suggest” that you’re going to find helpful. Visit: http://www.google.com/webhp?complete=1&hl=en   So What is “Google Suggest“? Well, as you type something into the search box, Google Suggest guesses what you’re typing and offers suggestions in real time. This is similar to Google’s “Did you mean?” feature that offers […]

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How to See only Sponsored Links On Google

Thought you’d find this useful. http://www.google.com/sponsoredlinks   Go there. Type in         cell phones   You’ll only see the sponsored links. Not the organic listings. Very useful little ditty. Tom

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