Have you ever wanted to view an RSS or ATOM feed in a web based feed reader such as Google Reader or Bloglines, but could not because the feed required user authentication or used an invalid SSL certificate?
Well this site aims to be your solution. Using the form above, enter in the feed url, your username and password and then submit. You will be taken to a new page with an alternate URL for your use.
This site does not require that you include a username or password. If you want to use this for all of your feeds, whether they require user authentication, are protected by https or whatever, feel free to do so.
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Google Guide is an online interactive tutorial and reference for experienced users, novices, and everyone in between. I developed Google Guide because I wanted more information about Google's capabilities, features, and services than I found on Google's website. --Nancy Blachman
"The recently announced end-of-life for Google Reader has brought about many articles in the press listing replacements. Unfortunately, many of the replacements suffer from several deficiencies:
Most of them are hosted solutions. This means that they have the same weakness that Google Reader had: your reading is under the control of another entity. This means if the company goes out of business, or decides to change direction, you could find yourself in the same boat as you did with Google Reader.
Most of them are not being made available under a real open source license, such as the GPL or MIT licenses. "
"This document presents options for open source software for use in the education sector. Some of these may have uses outside of education, but they are presented here in the context of their specific benefits to educational establishments, or their use in the course of teaching and learning.
The document is intended to complement the UK Cabinet Office’s Open Source Options document, which is presented as part of its Open Source Procurement Toolkit in recognition that open source software is underused across the public sector. As such, the aims and context of this document are the same as those stated in the original document."
"Google can do more than display lists of websites – Google will give you quick answers to many special searches. While Google isn’t quite as advanced as Wolfram Alpha, it has quite a few tricks up its sleeve.
We’ve also covered searching Google like a pro by learning the Google search operators – if you want to master Google, be sure to learn those."
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GoingOn provides a modern on-demand solution for building a private academic social network, where students and faculty can more easily connect, collaborate & learn. Combining self-service collaboration tools with intelligent “Facebook-like” messaging, GoingOn delivers a powerful informal learning environment, and a more effective way of sharing resources and activities across your campu
The only place you should use QR codes is if you have a dedicated reader for them, like a classic barcode scanner, and a workflow that is designed for this that actually saves time. If you do empirical research on using QR codes for the public, you'll likely see 80% worse performance than text like this museum did. By all means try the experiment and report your results. Put up a QR code and a printed URL and see which gets the most usage.
Notational Velocity is a way to take notes quickly and effortlessly using just your keyboard. You press a shortcut to bring up the window and just start typing. It will begin searching existing notes, filtering them as you type. You can use ⌘-J and ⌘-K to move through the list. Enter selects and begins editing. If you're creating a new note, you just type a unique title and press enter to move the cursor into a blank edit area. Check out the descriptions at notational.net for a more eloquent synopsis.
Social tools — social media and social networks — have swept through media and society like a tsunami, upsetting everything they touch. I expect that the impact of these tools on the world of business will be as large and as long-lasting as email was a generation ago.Work Media: social tools designed for the enterprise but based on the patterns of interaction, influence, and communication from social networks of the open web. Work media tools share a number of characteristics, most centrally the streaming metaphor of Twitter and Facebook, with short updates from a variety of sources cascade into each user's dashboard, from which each can derive a networked gestalt of the world. Work media is altering the DNA of business.This website is meant to be a compendium of short reviews of Work Media tools, as well as pointers to the best thinking about the impacts they have on business, and by extension, society. It is in perpetual beta.
Ecamm puts ease of use first. Install Call Recorder and you'll instantly see recording controls in Skype. Use the Record and Stop buttons, or activate Call Recorder's automatic recording feature. The recorded files are saved into a folder on your Mac, neatly named with the caller's name and the date. That's it!
Everybody likes free stuff right? Well you can use whatever is on this page for whatever you want. You can modify, alter, multiply, combine, etc. You can use these for personal or commercial purposes. I would really appreciate a link back or a few words …but that’s up to you. One thing you cannot do. You can’t ever say you made these. As long as you never claim you’re the original creator… you can pretty much do anything to and with them.
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