There are a number of ways of getting local community news without relying on the waste and delay that’s inherent in traditional newspapers. Paper still has some advantages in the area of distribution. But this advantage is disappearing quickly as usage grows in handheld, portable, and desktop devices. This article suggests a few options for [...]
Google Friend Connect has started a limited introduction of its features. This blog has been given the opportunity to pilot these social networking features. Three features have been implemented and are now active.
Google Docs provides an easy way to create rich HTML forms for collecting survey questions into a spreadsheet. Instead of soliciting feedback from multiple participants using email and then manually collating the (often disorganized) results, a Google Docs user can direct participants to an online form which they can fill out and submit. [...]
Browsershots.org provides web site designers a way to test their layouts for compatibility in multiple web browsers. This service provides screen captures in multiple browsers across multiple operating systems so that web site designers can ensure that their layouts work.
Custom filters can be created for Google Analytics so that web site owners can better identify the characteristics of the traffic coming to their sites. This article describes how to use user agent cookies for excluding internally generated traffic to a web site.
I upgraded my laptop to Mac OS X Leopard today. It wasn’t an entirely problem-free upgrade. Among several problems I encountered was that events in iCal were only partly migrated to the new version of iCal. Some of the groups and calendars were there but almost all the event entries were [...]
Many people seem to be under the impression that they need a Google email account in order to use any of the Google services, such as Google Groups. Worse, they believe that they have to abandon the email address that they’ve established for themselves in order to maintain a Google email account. Google [...]
With the cold, wet weather it was difficult not to ponder the coming autumn. Here is another Google Maps application, this time using the locations of this year’s Manitoba fall suppers.
Fall suppers are a prairie tradition. Every autumn, residents [...]
- Brief Overview of Canadian Intellectual Property Rules
- Firefox Search plugins for Ukrainian Wikipedia and Wiktionary
- Manitoba Fall Suppers 2011
- Getting ready for Manitoba Fall Suppers 2011
- Winnipeg Tarot Co.
- Manitoba Fall Suppers 2010
- Simple Random Sample Generator for Statistics
- OpenOffice.org Templates for APA-Style Student and Academic Papers
- OpenURL Multi-Resolver Tool for Zotero
- Fido charging customers for its mistakes?
- Network configuration for HP LaserJet 4 printer
- Full restore from Time Machine and resuming backups
- Manitoba Fall Suppers 2009
- Security or convenience?
- APA-Style Template For OpenOffice.org Writer
- Google Scholar Advanced Features
- Google Conversations
- Plagiarism and authority
- Zotero Resolver for Central Michigan University library
- Zotero bootstrap
About the authorOrest Kinasevych is a digital media and publishing technologies instructor and consultant. He currently holds a faculty position at Red River College in Winnipeg, Canada. Orest has worked as a publishing technologies consultant to clients in publishing, pharmaceutical, travel information and financial industries across the U.S., Europe and Asia.
FeedbackComments, suggestions, criticisms, and any type of feedback would be greatly appreciated. Use the comment tools provided in the articles or use any of the means indicated on the Contact page to reach the author.