Saturday, October 31, 2009

HootSuite - oneforty


I admit that I have not been on TweetDeck lately, but now that I have found HootSuite I doubt I will be going back. The reasons why I like HootSuite better are numerous. Examples include: being able to schedule tweets, its web-based (nothing to download), you can even managed multiple Twitter accounts, shorten URLs, and also gives you many statistics that the service keeps for you once you sign up.

HootSuite - oneforty
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Friday, October 30, 2009

DigitalChalk | Online Training Software



This is a cool tool that allows anyone to make their own web-based education courses and sell them!

DigitalChalk | Online Training Software
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Poll Everywhere - oneforty


Here is a great tool for posting a pool just about anywhere on the Internet in real-time. It seems like something I have to try. You can post poll questions and get people to respond by texting from their phones or tweets from Twitter. The results can then be updated. You can display the results real-time on your website\blog as a widget and you can even get it displayed as graphs and lists on a Powerpoint slide! Next presentation I have, I'd like to use this!





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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Create a Facebook Fan Page for your Blog ~ Blogger Widgets

Facebook, Inc.Image via Wikipedia
Here is a great method for advertising your blog, website, or product on Facebook. I was wondering how to do this. I want to do this as soon as I figure out a favicon and a logo.
Create a Facebook Fan Page for your Blog ~ Blogger Widgets
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Android 2.0 Support in the SDK


Here is a great post on the new Android phone!

Android 2.0 is now being supported in the SDK. There are a large number of things to highlight about this change, but I’ll just point out a few of them.

* Multiple accounts can be added to a device for email and contact synchronization, including Exchange accounts. (Handset manufacturers can choose whether to include Exchange support in their devices.)
* Developers can create sync adapters that provide synchronization with additional data sources.
* Exchange support.
* An improved keyboard layout to makes it easier to hit the correct characters and improve typing speed.
* Refreshed UI with actionable browser URL bar enables users to directly tap the address bar for instant searches and navigation.
* Support for double-tap zoom.

And that’s just to name a few of the highlights. But go ahead and watch the video to see what’s really going on for yourself.






Android 2.0 Support in the SDK
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CodeProject: iPhone for Programmers: An App-Driven Approach. Free source code and programming help


 Here is a great article for programming GUIs for the iPhone!

CodeProject: iPhone for Programmers: An App-Driven Approach. Free source code and programming help

ENGINEERING.com | Video Player High speed robot arm





ENGINEERING.com | Video Player High speed robot arm
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

early Google Wave Gadgets


Here is a link to some Google  Wave gadgets.

Google Wave is a real-time communication platform. It combines aspects of email, instant messaging, wikis, web chat, social networking, and project management to build one elegant, in-browser communication client. You can bring a group of friends or business partners together to discuss how your day has been or share files.

Google Wave: A Complete Guide
Google Wave Gadget Emulator
early Google Wave Gadgets
Wavety.com - The Complete, Up-to-Date, List of Google Wave Gadgets and Robots »
Wave Gadgets Tutorial
Google Wave API Overview

Writing Your Own Gadgets - Gadgets API - Google Code


Here is a page explaining how to write widgets for blogger. I like the label widget bit I would like a cloud widget that either displays labels that only appear if they are in the blog a certain amount of times.

Writing Your Own Gadgets - Gadgets API - Google Cod

I'm going to base iton the following widget:
Dynamic Label/Tag Cloud Builder

Here is the documentation for the widget:
Sachin's Tech Place: Dynamic Label Cloud Gadget

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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Monday, October 26, 2009

Figment Engine: Silverlight tag cloud for blogger

Microsoft SilverlightImage via Wikipedia
Here is a silverlight label cloud for blogger . I really wanna try this out.

Figment Engine: Silverlight tag cloud for blogger
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PyQt - PythonInfo Wiki

CPythonImage via Wikipedia
Here is another method of creating a GUI for Python scripts. This method can also be used on multiple platforms.

PyQt - PythonInfo Wiki

Tutorial: Creating GUI Applications in Python with QT

PyQt3 Download

QT Development Tools

GUI Programming with Python: QT Edition

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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Building a basic GUI application in Python with Tkinter and wxWidgets

CPythonImage via Wikipedia
Here is information for writing GUI interfaces for Python. What i like about this is that it should work for any platform:Windows, Mac, Linux.

Building a basic GUI application in Python with Tkinter and wxWidgets

wxPython

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Saturday, October 24, 2009

How to create Windows executable (.exe) from Python script

CPythonImage via Wikipedia
Here is a great website for turning python scripts to windows executable files. Turns out that it is much more simple than I thought.

How to create Windows executable (.exe) from Python script

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Friday, October 23, 2009

6 free remote desktop sharing and screen sharing solutions

yuuguu
Probably my favorite because of it’s ease of use and the fact that you can use it to remotely access your PC or MAC also! Yuuguu is completely free and allows you to instantly share your screen with anyone. Works well through firewalls also and on MACs.
crossloop
CroosLoop is also very easy to use, but requires that each party install the CrossLoop software onto their computers. Uses 128-bit encryption and allows for file-sharing also.
logmein
Another popular service for remote desktop sharing. Easily access remote PC’s by installing a client software onto each machine. Good for remote PC trouble-shooting, etc.
showmypc
A good free tool for online collaboration, desktop sharing, and remote PC access. No registration required, no logins, very easy to use. Uses SSH to make connections to other PC’s.
skyfex
SkyFex allows remote watching and remote control in real time. Does not require additional software installation and works transparently through NAT and Firewalls. Only for IE though.
teamviewer
TeamViewer has a couple of features, such as remote control of PCs, screen sharing, file transfer, chat ability, and is secure. Have to install the TeamViewer software for it to work.
screen stream
A free software that lets others watch your screen in real time. No need to install any software, which is a plus. Works with Windows, Mac and Linux.
You can use all of the applications for all kind of activities, such as boardroom presentations, group lectures, remote PowerPoint presentations, computer helpdesk, whiteboard for telephone conferences, etc.
If you know of one that I missed or think is better, post a comment! Enjoy!
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6 free remote desktop sharing and screen sharing solutions

Show avatars on Blogger Comments

Okay here is a hack to add the functionality of placing the avatar of your commentors on your blog! Here is a an example of what I mean!




Source

blipbomb video comments widget


 Here is a great little widget. for making comments on any website. This one with video! Follow the link below to sign up and use it.


blipbomb video comments widget


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50 Kick-Ass Websites You Need to Know About


50 Kick-Ass Websites You Need to Know About

send and receive Tweets with live Twitter sidebar


Here is twitter tool I think I'll have to add to my site!


send and receive Tweets with live Twitter sidebar

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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Geoprocessing Scripting in Python - Using Database

ESRIImage via Wikipedia
Here is a code example I found in writing Python code for geoprocessing and accessing databases in ArcGIS Desktop. The Geoprocessing object is best for ESRI objects like shapefiles, and feature dataclasses.

THREADS - ESRI Discussion Forums


SearchCursor method


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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Monday, October 19, 2009

iDon't run widgets. | Widgets Lab


Google is going after Apple's iPhone. Here is a great upcoming commercial for the Android operating system. The thing that excites me most about Android is that it's more open. While Apple does allo
Image representing Google as depicted in Crunc...Image via CrunchBase

w development of apps for the iPhone/iTouch they charge you for the privilege. On the other hand, Google allows you to do it free and clear. The MyTouch and several other devices are using and will be using android.







iDon't run widgets.

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