Sunday, December 18, 2011

The Sift 341-345

The Sift 341: Google
  • The next stage in our redesign
  • Google Interface Designs: Welcome to Dullsville
  • 10 New Google Analytics Features You Need to Start Using
  • A new frontier for Google Maps: mapping the indoors
  • Making ideas real with SketchUp
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The Sift 342: Infographics
  • Protecting Your Online Reputation: 4 Things You Need to Know
  • How Much Money Will Consumers Spend This Holiday Season?
  • One Minute in the YouVersion Community
  • Beyond the Great Firewall: How China Does Social Networking
  • Social Thievery: Will Your Tweets Get You Robbed?
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The Sift 343: Microsoft and Kinect
  • Microsoft outlines Code Space, looks to include Kinect in conference rooms, PTA meetings
  • Microsoft Xbox 360 successor rumored to arrive in 2012, make an appearance at CES?
  • CNET details the death of Microsoft's Courier and Bill Gates' 'allergic reaction'
  • Trio of Microsoft projectors lets you get quasi-physical with AR interaction
  • Microsoft Xbox Kinect Ad Pays Hommage To Hacks
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The Sift 344: Apple
  • iOS 5's panorama enabled with backup hackery, jailbreak not required
  • 10 cool things you can do with Wolfram Alpha and Siri
  • OS X Lion has a hidden 'drop box' for easy file syncing between Macs
  • Steve Jobs Pondered Creation of an Apple-Only Mobile Phone Network
  • Apple’s Only Dipping A Toe Into Mobile Payments, But It Could Make A Splash
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The Sift 345: Education, Leadership, People and Thought
  • I want my moon shot
  • I Suck at Photoshop; Except I Don’t, and You Don’t Suck at That Thing You’re "Bad at" Either
  • Accentuating Differences
  • Adversity and the route to success
  • If Something Isn’t Happening, You’re Not Ready For It
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