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Monday, July 24, 2006

New Click Survey

There’s a new click survey available now. Click anywhere you want on each of the images... later on, you’ll see the results of everyone.

Handle the Mouse Wheel With JavaScript

Did you notice the recent update of Google Maps allows you to use the mouse scroll wheel to zoom in and out? Well, here’s a tutorial that explains how you can do this in JavaScript. [Via Feeeds.]

Israel-Lebanon Crisis on Google Maps

A special overlay on Google Maps illustrates important locations in the ongoing Israel-Lebanon conflict. [Via Digg.]

Remove DRM With SoundTaxi?

I don’t click on Google ads too often, but this one picked my interest... SoundTaxi, a site promising to “free your DRM files” (like unprotecting protected M4P iTunes music you acquired.) Does anyone have any experience with this tool?


How to Use Google to Find a Girl

Damien Mulley writes:

This article is about using the many Google sites and applications to get yourself a girl and get yourself laid. In it we’re going to use a guy called Johnny McCool. Johnny is a 22 year old Internet nerd. He works as a programmer with some megacorp, went straight from the computer labs in college to the cubicle farm. He needs to get out more and he needs a girlfriend.

Click Survey Update

This is just a small note that the recent click survey passed the 40,000 clicks limit. Now, the “hottest” zones are showing in yellow for better emphasis. Is it possible that the upper left of the painting starts to resemble the clicks on a completely empty page?

Where’s Nathan Weinberg?

Nathan Weinberg of InsideGoogle didn’t come back from his honeymoon yet and people start to get worried. (Let’s hope he’s just extending his honeymoon in a wild place without internet!)


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