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Google Apps toolbox
Google Apps Toolbox is a collection of tools which could be used to debug 'Google Apps'.
email  tools  dns  sysadmin  GoogleApps  Google  Apps  mx  flush  cache 
august 2016 by rickcogley
RT : ’s investment arm has quietly bought the internet
thenextweb  tnw  Google  from twitter
december 2015 by rickcogley
Welcome - Polymer
Web Components usher in a new era of web development based on encapsulated and interoperable custom elements that extend HTML itself. Built atop these new standards, Polymer makes it easier and faster to create anything from a button to a complete application across desktop, mobile, and beyond.
app  framework  google  polymer  JRC_Web_Development 
may 2015 by rickcogley
Google Fonts : Early Access
Early Access! We look forward to adding support for many new languages to Google Fonts. To accelerate this process, we would like to get your feedback on our latest fonts.

Please use these Early Access fonts and discuss what could be improved in the Google Fonts Early Access Discussions forum.
JRC_Web_Fonts  font  type  google  early-access  noto 
february 2015 by rickcogley
Introducing Source Han Sans: An open source Pan-CJK typeface
Adobe, in partnership with Google, is pleased to announce the release of Source Han Sans, a new open source Pan-CJK typeface family that is now available on Typekit for desktop use. If you don’t have a Typekit account, it’s easy to set one up and start using the font immediately with our free subscription. And for those who want to play with the original source files, you can get those from our download page on SourceForge.

Source Han Sans, available in seven weights, is a typeface family which provides full support for Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese, all in one font. It also includes Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic glyphs from our popular Source Sans family. All told, each font weight in the family has a total of 65,535 glyphs (the maximum supported in the OpenType format), and the entire family rounds out at just under half a million total glyphs. Never before has a typeface family of this magnitude, development scope, and value been offered via open source — which makes it a no-cost solution for designers, developers, and everyday users who need a font supporting a broad set of languages. Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences, and the release of Source Han Sans is yet another way we can forward that vision by giving to the community.
JRC_Web_Fonts  font  type  source-han-sans  opensource  adobe  google 
february 2015 by rickcogley
MacDropAny - Zibity
Sync any folder on your Mac with your favourite cloud storage service, using MacDropAny, and unleash the true power of the cloud everywhere in your digital life.

With traditional cloud storage services, such as Dropbox and Google Drive, you're limited to only syncing files that are placed in a special sync folder. MacDropAny breaks down this barrier, and lets you sync any folder with the cloud, for free!
Box  sync  Google  dropbox  zibity  drive 
february 2015 by rickcogley
Google Apps Scripts Collection - The Best Google Scripts
Here’s an always-updated collection of Google Scripts that will help you do more with your favorite Google products. And you don’t have to be programmer to use any of these scripts.
JRC_Google_Drive  code  scripts  google  Apps 
january 2015 by rickcogley
Sending data to Google docs from your web page, using your own form and AJAX! - Knowledge Wiki - Base22 Wiki
Google docs easily integrates in a web page if embedding the code for calling their forms, in that way we only have to worry about placing it in the right place and Google makes the rest. Nevertheless, Google forms have a standard view which could break your site design, moreover, you'll probably want to manipulate the Form DOM through JQuery. As long as forms are embedded in an iFrame, you will not be able to do DOM Manipulation. The solution: Build your own form and send data to Google. But how do I do that? In this article you'll find the answer to that question.
JRC_Google_Drive  google  drive  docs  ajax  form  own  website 
january 2015 by rickcogley
Systems Architect » Automated backups to Google Drive with PHP API
Where do you keep backups? I guess that depends on what do you backup. You might have a very clever answer for a business critical data but what about less important content? The best example would be a private blog. It will hurt if you lose your data but the odds are you’re not willing to pay for any reliable storage. If you care enough to backup it’s going to be to another server (if you own one), your own laptop or external hard drive. S3 is gaining popularity but not everybody have and want to open account on Amazon. On the other hand there is one reliable storage, which is 100% free and almost everybody have access to it. Yes, I’m talking about Google Drive.
JRC_Google_Drive  google  drive  php  api 
january 2015 by rickcogley
How to Receive Files in your Google Drive Folder from Anyone
A school teacher wants to have a public drop box (not Dropbox) where students can upload homework assignments. A recruiter wants to have an online form where job applicants can upload their resumes. A news organization may need a public drop box where people can upload files anonymously.
drive  dropbox  google  apps  JRC_Google_Drive 
january 2015 by rickcogley
Tokyo Olympics 2020 Map
Locations relevant to the 2020 Summer Olympic games in Tokyo, or of interest to visitors. —Rick Cogley
tokyo  olympics  map  2020  google  cogley 
september 2013 by rickcogley
GAM3GettingStarted - google-apps-manager - Downloading, Installing and Using GAM - Dito GAM - Google Project Hosting
Google Apps Manager (GAM) is a command line tool that allows administrators to manage many aspects of their Google Apps Account. This page provides simple instructions for downloading, installing and starting to use GAM.
google  apps  business  GAM  dito  3 
september 2013 by rickcogley
Redesigning Google: how Larry Page engineered a beautiful revolution | The Verge
I'm so glad Larry Page gave the mandate to redo the design of Google. The video at the top is worth watching.
design  google  ux  tech  ifttt  via:popular 
january 2013 by rickcogley
Happy 30th Birthday Internet!
Mr. Vint Cerf reminisces about the switchover on 1 Jan 1983. I was 17.
vint  cerf  internet  google 
january 2013 by rickcogley
Enable "Federated Login using OpenID" in Google Apps for Business admin screen, to use @Rapportive in GAB Gmail.
Federated  Login  OpenID  Rapportive  GAB  Gmail  Google  Apps  for  Business 
august 2012 by rickcogley
@rapportive - a great way to get extended contact info (via social profiles) in Gmail / Google Apps for Business.
Rapportive  Social  Media  Profiles  Gmail  Google  Apps  for  Business 
august 2012 by rickcogley
TOSBack | The Terms-Of-Service Tracker
TOSBack is an useful service that monitors changes in various web services' Terms of Service. Click "Subscribe to RSS" on the site to monitor it in your RSS reader (such as NetNewsWire or Google Reader). —Rick Cogley

From the site: TOSBack keeps an eye on ... website policies.
Every time one of them changes, you'll see an update here.
privacy  TOS  legal  security  tosback  google  terms  changes  rss  terms_of_service 
june 2009 by rickcogley
MapMyRide.com - Map your Cycling and Mountain Biking Routes and join our Community of Cyclists. Cycling Social Network, iPhone, Topo Maps, Elevation Profiles, GPS Support.
Pretty poorly designed website (so busy, it looks like a Japanese site), but an interesting concept nonetheless. -- Rick Cogley |

From the site: Plot your bike rides over mountains (view elevation), through the woods (topo maps), and speeding through the city (street level views) with just a few mouse clicks. Once your cycling map is complete you can quickly view it in 3D, satellite form, or share it with friends.
maps  cycling  map  bike  routes  fitness  googlemaps  google  mapmyride  mapmyfitness 
march 2009 by rickcogley
Socialstream - a Google-sponsored project to "rethink and reinvent online social networking"
I hope SocialStream comes to fruition one day. This site from CMU looks like quite an interesting proposal. -- Rick Cogley

From the site: "Directed to help improve the online community orkut, the project's scope was not to simply redesign the interface. Our team considered how online social networking could bring greater value to users, especially for ages above twenty. After initial brainstorming and research, we chose to focus on the effects of a new model for online social networking: a unified social network that, as a service, provides social data to many other applications. Our user research examined needs related to online as well as offline social networking and considered how they related to a unified social network service model. Through this user research we identified a set of archetypes that represent common behavior patterns that existed across multiple study participants and also formulated a summarized list of their high level needs. "
research  google  web2.0  social-networks  community  socialstream  social  socialnetworking 
december 2008 by rickcogley
OpenSocial - Google Code
OpenSocial is a base platform for social networking based on Google Gadgets, and in use by many sites, such as LinkedIn, Friendster, Salesforce.com or Plaxo. I was not aware that this existed, but it seems like a really good way to do things.

From the site: "The web is more interesting when you can build apps that easily interact with your friends and colleagues. But with the trend towards more social applications also comes a growing list of site-specific APIs that developers must learn.

OpenSocial defines a common API for social applications across multiple websites. With standard JavaScript and HTML, developers can create apps that access a social network's friends and update feeds. "
google  opensocial  api  web2.0  socialnetworking  social  community  development 
december 2008 by rickcogley
calaboration - Google Code's easy iCal setup for Google Calendars
From the site: "Calaboration makes it easy to set up iCal to view and edit your Google Calendar calendars. It automatically finds all of your calendars and allows you to add any of them to iCal with the press of a button. "
ical  sync  calendar  google  apple  Mac  googlecalendar  calaboration 
december 2008 by rickcogley
Google Calendar now supports Apple iCal
From the Official Google Mac Blog, now GCal Google Calendar supports iCal officially, via CalDAV.
iCal  caldav  google  googlemac  google_calendar 
december 2008 by rickcogley
FeedBurner - Google's Enhanced RSS Feed Re-Publisher, Enhancer, Optimizer
Feedburner allows you to optimize, enhance and publicize your RSS feeds. For example, if you have RSS feeds from a blog and from your Flickr photos, you can come them together by "burning" the blog feed, splicing in your Flickr photos, and then adding additional features and information to the feed to make it easier for people to use, and more interesting.
feedburner  google  blogging  feeds  web2.0  tools  feed  blog  rss 
december 2008 by rickcogley
Google Webmaster Tools
Google Webmaster Tools. Register your sites here with your Google account and then enjoy some really good diagnostic tools for looking at how your site is indexed and any errors.
webmaster  google  analytics  webmastertools  webtools  webdesign  web  tools  webdev  seo 
december 2008 by rickcogley
Google Documents Upload Page
Allows you to select files and upload them to Google Docs, but also gives a special email address for uploading via email. See limitations for file type and size as well. If you upload a doc to Google docs, you can export it in various formats including P
Google  tools  Technology  Docs  email  upload 
december 2008 by rickcogley

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