Friday, August 05, 2011

The Sift 206-210

The Sift 206: Sales/Commerce, Shopping and Customer Service
  • How Should You Treat Your Best Customers?
  • A cheap sample is better than a free sample
  • Mum's The Word
  • Do Not Call
  • Wheelmate Laptop Steering Wheel Desk reviews

The Sift 207: Transit, Traffic, Travel and Development
  • Drawing Conclusions: Documenting Every Building in New York
  • Where You Should Live if You Want to Avoid a Natural Disaster
  • EADS Seaweed-Powered Zero Emission ZEHST Plane Could Travel from London to New York in an Hour
  • Oyster Shows You Unstaged Hotel Photos Before Booking, Helps You Find the Perfect Hotel for Your Needs
  • 3-Way Street: Highlighting Dangerous Traffic Situations at an Intersection (Video)

The Sift 208: Security and Cybercrime
  • 5 Things You Need to Know About the Security of Google Apps
  • When Engineers Lie
  • These Are the Most Common Lockscreen PINs
  • Trulia Crime Maps Puts Crime Statistics on a Heat Map, Highlights Crime Trends in Your Neighborhood
  • US funds shadow networks, builds 'internet in a suitcase' for repressed protesters

The Sift 209: Email
  • People Widget and Other New Gmail Features
  • Spam Decreased 82.22% Over The Past Year
  • Gmail Now Lets You Choose Your Favorite Inbox Style
  • Hotmail Adds a "My Friend’s Been Hacked" Button
  • If you send mass email with no way to reply, you’re being a jerk to your best customers

The Sift 210: Odds and Ends
  • 'The veterans' cemetery that America forgot' - sad
  • Major US ISPs Agree to "Six Strikes" Copyright Enforcement Plan
  • Tennessee law bans 'distressing images,' opens your Facebook inbox
  • Marty, we need a nuclear reaction
  • Kartick Satyanarayan: How We Rescued the "Dancing" Bears (Video)

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