Thursday, October 13, 2011

The Sift 281-285

The Sift 281: Food and Health
  • Use a Hair Dryer to Give Cakes a Glossy Finish
  • Cornell’s New 3-D Printer Lets You Print Food in Any Shape and Texture
  • Ben & Jerry’s Schweddy Balls: Big on Twitter
  • Forget the Standing Desk; You Just Need to Move Regularly
  • Walgreens to donate a flu shot for each foursquare checkin

The Sift 282: Google
  • Fusion Tables, a New Google Docs App
  • Google’s South Korea Office Raided
  • Announcing the Blogger app for iOS
  • Offline Google Docs
  • YouTube unveils post-production suite, includes Instagram-like effects and shake reduction

The Sift 283: Infographics
  • The Modern History of the Resume
  • Visualized: an interactive timeline of the web
  • Patent Wars: A New Age of Competition
  • How Television Has Changed Over 10 Years
  • How Do We Get More Students Interested in Math, Science & Tech Careers?

The Sift 284: Social Media
  • Only 50% of U.S. Adults Use Social Media
  • Google+ Lets You Ignore People
  • Yahoo experiment tests six degrees of separation on Facebook, cries out for Kevin Bacon endorsement
  • One hundred million voices
  • Judge rules in favor of employees fired over Facebook post, orders them back to work

The Sift 285: Steve Jobs
  • Steve Jobs: 1955-2011
  • Steve Jobs Remembered: 10 of His Most Magical Moments
  • 15 Inspirational Steve Jobs Quotes
  • Steve Jobs in his own words
  • Steve Jobs (and the iPhone 5 in two weeks)

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