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At a loss for words?


Have you ever been stumped in finding the right words to search for? Back when I was planning my wedding, I had a list of wedding songs in mind, but the problem was that I couldn't remember any of the artist names or song titles. So I started...
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Amazon and Pownce Shut Down APIs


Amazon has announced that they will no longer be supporting the Alexa Web Search API. This web service has been in operation since December 2005 and offered developers access to Alexa's underlying search engine. Note, this search API is different...
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Business Intelligence on the Rise Among SMB's


More SMBs (small and medium businesses, or companies with up to 999 employees) in the United States are seriously considering using BI (business intelligence) software tools to help them better understand market drivers for sales and...
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Show Pictures of your Friends on Fb


Your Facebook profile page has a "Friends" box in the lower left corner that, by default, displays a list of six random friends. This selection is completely random and youll see a different set of faces (or pictures) if you refresh the Facebook...
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Accessible View: An ARIA for web search


From time to time, our own T.V. Raman shares his tips on how to use Google from his perspective as a technologist who cannot see -- tips that sighted people, among others, may also find useful.In the spirit of a recent post discussing some of our...
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On-premise and on-demand are like oil and water fo


This week's announcement that SAP has delayed the rollout of its hosted midmarket Business ByDesign offering, and reduced expectations for the product, shed further light on the difficulties that on-premise software companies will have in...
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