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In the spirit of AutoCompleteMe, here are some of my own Autocomplete oddities. And here’s one of theirs that I particularly like No… then they wouldn’t be dogs… It causes arm growth… And who doesn’t?
I recently came across a site that contains humorous Google search queries and the wonders of an autocomplete algorithm that is slightly twisted at times. You can read all of theirs, and for your amusement, I submit one of my own:
After much gnashing of teeth and cries of angst, I was able to move a Google Site to a Google Apps Installation. In the end, it was actually really simple… The first approach was to use the Google-Sites-Liberation tool, published recently on Google code, which looked very promising. However I soon found 2 issues with… Continue reading Migrate A Google Sites to a Google Apps Installation
Lifehacker recently published an article detailing a few ways to help remember the things you actually care about, as opposed to those you don’t but remember anyway (such as the MVP of the 1996 All-star game). One of the little gems that was tucked in the article was the application fbCal which integrates your Facebook… Continue reading Add Facebook Friend’s Birthdays to your Calendar Automatically
I often talk with people who spend just as much time as me (or more) surfing various blogs and sites to keep up on news in a broad array of areas. One complaint is usually that people miss material, or material is posted so rapidly that they feel overwhelmed. A solution to this is to… Continue reading Get Off Your Lazy *** and Set up Google Reader!
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A Windows Man Goes Google: http://tinyurl.com/wingoog
Month long Google Experiment complete, back on WinMo / Outlook. Thoughts & Conclusions shall appear on PPCT this week at some point.
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