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Google launches Person Finder in Yolanda’s aftermath

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: November 11, 2013

Google Person Finder: Typhoon Yolanda has been launched in an effort to help Filipinos reconnect and get updates about their friends and loved ones after the super typhoon battered the country a few days ago. Google Person Finder is a web application that allows individuals to post and search for the status of relatives or friends affected by a disaster. It was first activated in response to the January 2010 Haiti earthquake in order to help those affected by the earthquake connect with their loved ones. If you are looking for someone just click on the appropriate link and enter…

Microsoft rolls out update for Xbox 360 Dashboard

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: October 19, 2012

After a period of beta testing, the software giant started seeding the update for an improved version of the Xbox 360 Dashboard. This update is said to bring in new features to the gaming console's UI for a more immersive experience. Some of the new things that this update brings to the table besides the new Dashboard layout are Internet Explorer integration and Film ratings and recommendations courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes. The company also promised to bring Xbox SmartGlass functionality to the console, but it’ll be a separate update which will come after the Windows 8 release. Here's a sneak…

Google’s Summer of Code

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: June 1, 2005

The Summer of Code is Google's program designed to introduce students to the world of Open Source Software Development. This Summer, don't let your programming skills lie fallow. Use them for the greater good of Open Source Software and computer science! Google will provide a $4500 award to each student who successfully completes an open source project by the end of the Summer. Anyone interested to join? The deadline for applications is June 14, 2005.

Blogger < code >.

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: August 15, 2005

This is my blogger code: B9 d++ t+ k+ s u f+ i o x e+ l c-- Got it from Dean Paul's blog. I find it cute, in a techy way. It could find its way into my "about" page. Take the survey and get your blogger code here. Update: Jangelo is calling all pinoy bloggers to Digg Pinoy.Tech.Blog. Side Note: I am temporarily disabling PinoyTopBlogs. Too many SQL connections and it's dragging the server to a halt. Will have to wait for the release version of evoTopSites and install their caching system to reduce load. They told me…

Help write the Blogger’s Code of Conduct at Wikia

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: April 9, 2007

As mentioned earlier in last Tuesday's Wrap, Tim O'Reilly is proposing a Blogger's Code of Conduct. On Wikia, that code of conduct is now under development. Help Tim O'Reilly and Jimmy Wales to write the draft or join in the discussion. Here's the first 6 suggested codes of conduct on that list: 1. We take responsibility for our own words and for the comments we allow on our blog. 2. We won't say anything online that we wouldn't say in person. 3. If tensions escalate, we will connect privately before we respond publicly. 4. When we believe someone is unfairly…

Online Advertising & the Omnibus Election Code

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: January 29, 2007

I'm no Election Law expert nor am I a lawyer trying to explain some mumbo-jumbo about the Omnibus Election Code. However, I'd like to start some discussions about online or internet advertising in relation to the upcoming May 2007 elections (looks like I'm into this election lately). First, Internet Advertising. I quickly glanced at the Omnibus Election Code of the Philippines and there wasn't a section about campaigning thru the internet nor any provisions which monitors advertising online. There are specific sections on equalizing air-time among candidates on TV and radio but still none for the internet. (A side note:…

Google Code Search used to hack blogs/websites

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: December 27, 2006

There were a lot of buzz before about the Google Code Search among programmers and coders. There were also announcements from software vendors like vBulletin that copies of their software can be downloaded from sites of legitimate license holders. All you gotta do was do a search of the software and all vB copies uploaded somewhere on someone's website can be viewed and even downloaded. This usually happens if people leaves a copy of the software on their site without password protecting the folders where they store it. Now, the same code search by Google is used to find vulnerable…

Nokia N95 Maps Crack, License Code, Keygen

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: June 29, 2008

Nokia N95 Maps: Cracks, License Code and KeyGen To ensure the best performance and compatibility between your N95 device and Nokia Maps 1.0 we highly recommend that you first update your N95 device software to the latest available version using Nokia Software Updater. The new software release for N95 includes the Assisted GPS service (A-GPS), which is designed to enable the device to establish the satellite fix more quickly and reliably than with standalone GPS. Finally, in case you have navigation license, you can restore it after the update by the following procedure: 1. Start Nokia Maps application. 2. Go…

The Da Vinci Code Quest on Google

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: April 13, 2006

(via digg) The Da Vinci Code involves a thrilling murder investigation that unearths a secret that could change the course of history. The film opens on May 19th worldwide. Beginning on April 17th you will embark on a quest that requires skill, intellect, and perseverance. For 24 days, you will encounter unique challenges. These daily puzzles will pull you deeper into the world of The Da Vinci Code. Answer all 24 puzzles correctly for a chance to win untold riches. See for yourself. Prizes include: - First-class round-trip air transportation for four (4) to New York, Paris, Rome and London…

Precinct Finder Philippines: May 2010 Elections

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: May 8, 2010

Update: See Election Results here. Find Your Precinct Online this coming Philippines Election 2010. As the May 10 elections are fast approaching, voters are looking to find their respective precincts to find out where they will vote this coming Monday. Google Philippines is doing a project to map all the precincts in the country: Find the exact locations of your voting center on the map. The Philippines 2010 election has seen some changes to the precincts and voting centers. Google is providing an online tool to allow voters like yourself, to place the locations of each voting center on a…