Taco Bell has a SoundCloud account? What do you think they would play? (Yeah, I should probably listen to their channel before I write about it, but let’s first speculate what they could be playing, because that’s more fun). Taco Bell commercials.
Searching and discovery, for searchers
Yesterday I outlined how to create a Facebook list of
Image if Google’s reverse image search allowed you to sort by date. That way it can help you find the original source of an image. I want to find the original source of the image in this tweet.
Why does this
Over the course of a year, you probably end up reading hundreds of interesting articles. Even if you read just one interesting article every week day, that’s 240 interesting articles in one year. In this digital age, we mostly ignore who wrote the article. We might even ignore the publication. Whenever I read an interesting […]
Looking for ideas to blog about? Would you like to have over 900 blog drafts in your queue? On my spudart blog I gave six tips on how to have a continuous
Google, the mind reader. Ever forget what you are doing at the moment and you turn to Google to tell you what you were just doing? “What was I just doing?” results in
Evernote can hold so many things. Blog drafts, photos of notes, articles. It’s amazing archival service that is searchable. It even searches for text in your photos! Today I was looking for a blog draft about my notepad setup, I headed over to Evernote and searched for “notepad.” Certainly enough the notepad blog post came […]
Headlines are a great way to surf the news. All the RSS readers allow you to browse articles by headlines and the first couple sentences. But sometimes I just want to browse articles by images. There are no RSS readers that give you an alternate view of seeing just the images. Specifically, it would be […]