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5 internet power user tips for OpenDNS, Yahoo! Pipes and Facebook

Sometimes, stuff like web applications, chat and micro-blogging services just seem like a ton of hard work. So here’s a bunch of web tips and internet tricks to get you going!

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Society 2.0 Workstreams will socialize data

I recently happened upon Google’s timeline and map search options, one of their latest in-house labs projects. I found myself pleasantly surprised, too… “See results on a timeline or map. With the timeline and map views, Google’s technology extracts key dates and locations from select search results so you can view the information in a […]

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Yahoo! Pipes goes Geo

Ye know, I just didn’t get Yahoo! Pipes at first. But now that I do, the potential is staggering. As we inch forward, inexorably towards a web-enabled world, businesses must adapt to the web, to its new nomenclature, it’s culture and its strengths as well as its weaknesses. In this web-enabled business world, there are […]

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Yahoo! Pipes the web your way

Right now, Seb Döll over at Pixel Milk is currently kickin’ the tyres of Yahoo! Pipes. And who can blame him? But when I first happened upon Yahoo! Pipes, I wasn’t totally won over. But having since hacked together a live version of my regular feed, and then after watching the Google TechTalk video clip […]

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Wayne’s weekly wrap-up: in the Pipes

I had this idea, which all sort of came about when I was trying to make sense of an idea by Lisa, over at Techslut, which incidentally still doesn’t make any sense to me. But it’s late, so who knows. However, my idea does make sense to me, which I imagine comes as some relief. […]