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Google has announced Google U.S. Government Search (http://usgov.google.com), a new search product that will make it easier to find U.S. government information and keep up to date on government news. With Google U.S. Government Search, millions of U.S. government employees, various contractor organizations, as well as the general public can easily search across content on official federal, state and local government sites from a single search box. They can also keep current on government-related news with constantly updated content from government and commercial news sources, including the White House, Department of Defense, The Washington Post, and Google News. Google U.S. Government Search allows people to customize the layout of the page and add content to the site from an easily searchable directory that includes information on government and general topics such a... (more)

How To Earn Money Selling Your Photos on Internet

Stock Photography on Ulitzer Got a digital camera? Now you can earn money selling your pictures on the Internet! If you have a good eye and if you are a creative person, you can generate very nice monthly income by selling your pictures on stock photography web sites. In a month or two you will start collecting monthly PayPal transfers for few hundreds bucks from any agency you decided to work with. You probably can not live from a few hundreds bucks a month, but come on – at least it pays you back for all that nice and expensive photographic gear you have purchased last year, and pays back quit fast. I truly love online stock photography phenomenon, since it is the first in the world and probably the only business model which allows amateur photographers like you and me to earn some money from they lovely hobby. In fact, if you are a talented photographer and you ... (more)

Android 3.1 Released, Motorola Xoom Users Can Choose to Upgrade

Google’s famous developer conference – Google I/O 2011 opens on Tuesday, May 10 at 9 AM at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. The biggest news is the release of the new Android 3.1 Operating System, which is tend to bring Android Smartphone and tablet together and give developers convenience. Now users of Motorola Xoom can choose [...] ... (more)

Enterprise APIs

If you haven’t heard, APIs are the new website! What? According to programmableweb, API traffic is exploding. For example, did you know that twitter receives 13 billion API calls per month, Salesforce receives 12 billion per month and eBay comes in at around 8 billion? These are some impressive numbers, and through they still pale in comparison to Google’s 88 billion per month search queries (in 2010), it’s somewhat surprising to see API traffic coming in at the same order of magnitude. We all know the popularity of some of these websites, so its no mystery that their API traffic is on the rise as APIs allow external developers to consume content and services from these service providers, but how does this trend affect the Enterprise? When an Enterprise opens up its internal systems to the outside world over REST or SOAP, it gains competitive advantage. Why? APIs cre... (more)

Michael Geist (@mgeist), a Canadian

Michael Geist (@mgeist), a Canadian hero, is giving at talk at Mesh. NOTE: Live-blogging. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artificial choppiness. Over-emphasizing small matters. Paraphrasing badly. Not running a spellpchecker. Mangling other people’s ideas and words. You are warned, people. When SOPA was introduced, it seemed likely to pass. Bipartistan love fest. But then the Internet fought back, from the Free Bieber campaign to online petitions. The number one source of info about SOPA was not the NYT or the Washington Post but a TechDirt blog post. (As an aside, someone launched a take down notice of this blog post, so it didn’t even appear in he Google search engine for a month.) The Reddit community was very active. E.g., when GoDaddy was listed as a supporter of SOPA, Reddit started a campaign to transfer domains fr... (more)

Google Instant Pages

Google Instant Pages is now on by default in the latest stable version of Chrome. This means that sometimes when you click a Google search result in Chrome, the page will appear to load much faster than before. The video above shows a side by side comparison of Chrome with and without Instant Pages enabled. ... (more)

Twitter gets transparent; releases list of government data requests

Twitter Twitter has received more government requests for user information in the first six months of this year than it did in all of 2011, the company reported this week. Taking a page from Google, the micro-blogging site released on Monday its first Twitter Transparency Reportlisting government requests for user information and to withhold content, and copyright holders DMCA takedown notices. Google has had its own Transparency Report for the past several years and yesterday tweeted “props” to Twitter for releasing a similar report. Read the full story at Computerworld. ... (more)

Censoring Indian Communications

What would you do if the US Government shut down the entire text messaging system for all business users who wanted to send out more than five texts at one time? Think it would never happen? Well, not right now in the States, but for the past several weeks this is the case in India. The government feared that hate speech was being transmitted via SMS and also shut down several Twitter users and websites as well. When people complained, they changed the ban from five to 20 concurrent texts, but as far as I know, the ban is still in place. As I read these reports over the last week, I got chills running up my back. And India is supposedly the world’s largest democracy. With close to a billion cell phone users, it probably has more technology in one place than perhaps anywhere else. The stakes are high. In July, “some multimedia messages and websites contained video fo... (more)

5 Ways to Increase Your Value at Work

In today’s complex economy, finding (and keeping) work is increasingly difficult for even very well qualified employees. It’s not enough to do the... Follow us! Twitter: @IntuitQuickBase & Google+: +QuickBase ... (more)

What is the difference between cavitation and electrolysis?

The following paper was presented by France Helices’ president a while back. It discusses the difference between cavitation and electrolysis and the impact of both on propellers and propulsion. These two phenomena are often confused and it is important to learn to recognize the difference between them, so that the cause of problems can be determined and adequate fixes can be made. We have translated this version from the original French version. We hope you find it interesting. Introduction I have often had the opportunity to see during my career that there was some blurring in the judgment of some boating professionals, when it comes to establishing with certainty whether the damage caused to marine propellers originate from cavitation or electrolysis. I also often was shocked to hear the theories issued, shamelessly defying the laws of fluid mechanics and the ba... (more)

Innovative New Way to Send a Shout Out

Louisville, KY, March 21, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Advancements in social media and texting platforms are replacing the way we communicate with our co-workers, friends, and family. The development of mobile Apps, like Shout Outz, are paving the way for immediate response and location based communications. It is text messaging taken to the next level. Until recent years, texting has been the primary vehicle for mobile non-business forms of communications. Now business and no-businesses alike are embracing the benefits of mobile social medias to communicate more effectively with their connections. Shout Outz demonstrates another layer of the development in how our electronic communication models continue to evolve. Shout Outz offers users the same sleek user interface as seen on iPhone’s iMessage app, but picks up where Apple developers left off. Messages created with Shout ... (more)

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