Google’s graph calculator – plot complicated mathematical functions

December 6, 2011 |  by  |  Google, News  |  No Comments

Google has introduced a new graphing functionality on their search tool, using this you can plot complicated mathematical functions by typing the equation in the search box. Just type in a function and you’ll see an interactive graph on the top of the search results page. You can zoom in and out and pan across the plane to explore the function in more detail. You can also draw multiple functions by separating them with commas. This feature covers an extensive range of single variable functions including trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and their compositions, and is available in modern browsers.

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Yahoo Hub offers free text messaging and group conversations to anyone

December 6, 2011 |  by  |  Apps, Yahoo  |  No Comments

Hub (beta) is a fast and easy-to-use mobile messaging app that allows you to send text messages and have group conversations for free. Hub allows you to easily add participants to any conversation thread so it's easy to switch from private messaging to a group conversation. Whether it is just keeping up with a close group of friends or making spontaneous plans, you no longer have to deal with scattered messages. There are no text messaging fees – messages are sent over WIFI or using your data connection. And it doesn’t matter what phones your friends have, they don’t

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Kolaveri di milk version by Sonu Nigam’s son Nevaan

December 5, 2011 |  by  |  Cool Stuff  |  No Comments

After Rajinikanth's son-in-law, it is Sonu Nigam's son who has made the song Kolaveri Di famous, yet again. Nevaan Nigam has sung an endearing version of Dhanush' super-viral song, and guess what, in this the singer is asking his mama for 'milk-uh'! The pint-sized singer has modified the song to add new lyrics and his version is getting as much attention as the one sung by Dhanush on YouTube. The new version of the song has the lyrics 'handla glass-u, glass la milk-u, milk-u colour white-u; empty glass-u, mamma come-u, give me milk-u dear-u." Nigam is seen in the video

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Understanding viral content marketing – Infographic

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To say something has gone viral usually means that a piece of content has been well received and widely shared. For many content creators online, going viral is a major role. The truth is that the vast majority of content, even great content, will never enjoy widespread attention. By understanding some of the key components of what makes something viral, you can do a lot to make sure your content get the attention it deserves.

LinkedIn Boot Camp – Infographic

December 5, 2011 |  by  |  Cool Stuff  |  No Comments

LinkedIn is the proverbial dark horse of social media: we all know it’s there, but few of us use it to its full potential. With just a little bit of effort you will see how the powerful social site can help you market yourself and your business far more than you imagined. With help from the LinkedIn guru himself, Lewis Howes, have enrolled you in our basic LinkedIn boot camp training to give you the fundamental tools necessary to use the site for all your business and personal marketing needs. via

Going mobile with your pets – Infographic

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These days there's an app for everything, but as a pet owner, you might not have realized that you can keep track of everything pet-related on your smartphone. From grooming appointment to feeding times, going mobile could be the best thing to happen to you and your pet.

How to download videos from TED.com, try TED Downloader

December 5, 2011 |  by  |  Downloads, Softwares  |  No Comments

TED an acronym for Technology Entertainment and Design. It’s a non-profit organization formed to disseminate "ideas worth spreading" and they do so by holding conferences and talks where they invite some of the world’s most fascinating thinkers to present their ideas. Past presenters include Bill Clinton, Jane Goodall, Malcolm Gladwell, Al Gore, Gordon Brown, Richard Dawkins, Bill Gates, educator Salman Khan, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and many Nobel Prize winners. Thousand TED talks are available for free viewing online, under a Creative Commons license, through TED.com and these were watched by more than 500 million viewers. Now if

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Shapecatcher – Look up any unicode character or symbol by sketching their shape

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Came across ShapeCatcher, a useful site that allows you to draw a shape and it suggests different unicode characters that match that shape. Finding a specific character whose name you don't know is cumbersome. Definitely beats looking through Window’s CharacterMap looking for that font that looks like a clock. In ‘real life’ you would simply draw a character or symbol and show it to someone, that is precisely how ShapeCatcher works. ShapeCatcher offers ‘unicode character recognition. How do I use it? Draw your character as best you can in the "drawbox". You can do this by clicking and holding the

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InBed.me – opportunity for fellow travelers to connect before their trip begins

December 4, 2011 |  by  |  Sites, Video  |  No Comments

It is said that travel is not about the places you see, but the people you meet along the way. This idea is the inspiration behind InBed.me, a social booking site for travelers to connect with each other before their trip begins. The site began with a group of travelers who met in a Brooklyn hostel and shared an understanding that some hostels are not as social as others. To allow people to have more exciting, social experiences during their travels, the group formed InBed.me in June 2011 during Startup Weekend in New York City. The travel site won second place

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Stamped – iPhone app that lets you find and share recommendations with people you trust

December 4, 2011 |  by  |  Sites, Video  |  No Comments

Although review sites can be handy while trying to secure a last-minute hotel reservation or deep breath finding a hair salon in a new neighborhood, nothing evokes more confidence than taking the recommendation of a friend whose tastes you know and trust. But there doesn’t yet exist a convenient platform or library for sharing and storing recommendations with your friends. Enter Stamped, a Google Ventures-backed iPhone app launched by a team of former Google employees this week. The app, which is coming soon to other smartphone platforms as well as the desktop, lets you keep track of and share the things

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