If there are two words separated by a dot (or period), Twitter will auto-convert them into a clickable hyperlink. You can however prevent that. If your tweet contains two words that are separated by a dot (or period), Twitter may sometimes interpret that combination as a web address and will auto-convert the words into a […]

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You can embed high-quality photographs from Getty Images’ news, entertainment and sports collections for free without worrying about copyright or licensing. The gorgeous photographs that you see on news websites are licensed from companies like Getty Images and Corbis. Anyone can purchase the rights to use these images but the licensing (usage) fee for professional […]

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Learn about services that will help you find Twitter users near you through the magic of location sharing. If you enable location sharing your Twitter setting, your current geographic coordinates (latitude and longitude) are added to your tweets. You may not want to share the exact location of your house in a public tweet for […]

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Check out the new Dictation.io that turns your browser into a voice recognition app. Other CtrlQ.org apps have been upgraded as well. It was a slightly busy week. I’ve launched a new website – dictation.io – and also pushed upgraded versions of several other web apps hosted on ctrlq.org. Most CtrlQ apps now sport a […]

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All Gmail users have two email addresses by default – one is the regular @gmail.com while the second email address has googlemail.com as the web domain name. You probably know that you can easily create multiple email aliases in Gmail by adding the plus symbol or dots to your Gmail username but here’s something even […]

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Can your music taste determine how smart or dumb you are? Virgil Griffith has mapped musical tastes of college students with their intelligence levels determined by the SAT score. Virgil Griffith, popularly known for the Wikipedia Scanner that detects where the Wikipedia edits are coming from, maintains another very interesting project that maps musical tastes […]

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Twitter requires you to specify a different email address for every account that you create on twitter. However, you can bypass this requirement easily with a Gmail address. If you are like me and have multiple accounts on Twitter, you are probably aware of the fact that it is not possible to associate the same […]

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This is a comprehensive list of companies and brands that are owned by Amazon, the world’s largest online shopping retailer. What’s common between IMDB, Zappos, Shelfari and Audible.com? Well they aren’t just widely recognized brands but they all have a common owner – Amazon.com. Let’s also add Junglee, Amazon Store in India, to this list. […]

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