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Google Street view

Depending on how you do it it can feel like you are rotating around the walls of the tunnel (when you first go to Street View, pull down, i.e. so that normally in Street View you would be pulling down to move the camera up to look at the sky, you should then see the tunnel ahead, you can then drag along the top, or bottom, of the screen from left to right, or use the compass in the top left) You might well have realised what it is. You can try using Street view a little to the right of the pin in the map where the junction is with what looks like a cul-de-sac, and then move towards the tunnel for an idea of what has happened here.

TwaperKeeper archives

While I only attended their conference for the first time this year, it seems I was the person who originally created a TwapperKeeper archive, you can access the document by clicking the link (and if you’re signed in to Google Docs you can save a copy etc), note you need to click the archive tab at the bottom. data.gov.uk – again nothing really to do with me, but an archive of tweets mentioning data.gov.uk (again, click the archive worksheet tab at the bottom) bcb4 – Barcamp Brighton 4. … Not only did the twitter archives of this event, held at Sussex last year, almost disappear, but the website originally on ning has already gone with the dodo. nickcleggsfault – during the run up to the election the Lib Dems looks like they may come a respectable third place rather than a distant third place.

Google Reader – shared stuff

I’ve been using Google Reader for a while having jumped ship from Bloglines. One of its features is to share stuff. This is potentially a good thing as it avoids me bombarding my twitter followers with endless links to stuff i find interesting. At the moment it is useless as I don’t really follow anyone…

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PubSubHubbub instant RSS and Atom

I have just come across PubSubHubbub via Joss Winn’s Learning Lab blog at the University of Lincoln. It’s a way for RSS/Atom feed consumers (feed readers etc) to be instantly updated and notified when an RSS is updated. In a nutshell, the RSS publisher notifies a specific hub when it has a new item. The…

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Mashed Libraries

Exactly a week a go I was coming home from Mashed Libraries in London (Birkbeck). I wont bore you with details of the day (or more to the point, I’m lazy and others have already done it better than i could (of course, I should have made each one of those words a link to…

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