idee labs have created some amazing image search tools
now you dont need a GPS enabled camera or a EyeFi GPS SD card because you can just run goog latitude on your mobile and goog will geo tag your photos for you AUTOMATICALLY when you upload them to panoramio !
In order to be able to map photos based on your location, there are a couple of preconditions that need to be fulfilled.
1. You need to have Google Latitude Location History enabled, and you need to give access to Panoramio.
2. Your uploaded photo must have its creation time stored in its metadata (EXIF). Most digital cameras do this already, so you only have to pay attention that any post-processing you do should preserve that information.
3. You must have a Latitude enabled device with you and and make sure that it is active active around the same time when you take the photos.
Panoramio will access your Google Latitude History to find out your location at the time when your photos were taken.
It even features the Fizzy Bottle Roof Project !
The Bing Webmaster team have announced the integration of Yahoo! traffic data into Bing Webmaster Tools reports.
Bing Webmaster Tools will now be showing integrated data from Yahoo! within certain areas and reports.Traffic summary report and Page Traffic reports will be impacted as follows:
- Impressions – will go up based on combined data numbers across both search engines
- Clicks – will go up based on combined data numbers
- Click Through Rates (CTR) as appropriate for above (change only due to the mathematics involved in the first two items)
No actual rankings will be affected by the combining of data within Bing Webmaster Tools.
If you are playing with REST web services (such as http://www.delicious.com/help/api) using a tool that requires DTD or XSDs (such as JitterBit) then you might find these XML to DTD and XML to XSD converters useful:
# yum install php-cli php-xml
It seems that most notebooks currently on sale in Sainsburys, Staples and Tesco are based on LAST years Intel i3 chips !
- Such as the i3-370M http://ark.intel.com/products/49020
- Such as the i3-2310M http://ark.intel.com/products/52220
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