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T3: Google A.I. Experiments

Google has introduced a new website that showcases fun, short experiments that use machine learning technology. My favorite game is Quick, Draw! in which you are prompted to sketch a simple line drawing of a particular object in under 20 seconds … Continue reading

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Friday Fun – Google Easter Eggs

Sometimes people like to hide things, like Easter Eggs for other people to find. This includes the folks at Google. Continue reading

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T3: Google Spaces

Google has introduced a new app, Spaces, designed to make it easier to chat, share content, and collaborate with other people for work and for fun. Once you and your friends or colleagues have all signed into a space, you … Continue reading

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T3: Presidential Debates and Google

Google has just announced that they are partnering with Fox News Channel to bring more information to people following the Republican presidential debate tonight. If you do a Google search for “Fox News Debate” anytime after the debate starts at … Continue reading

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Friday Fun: Google Feud

Love Family Feud?  You can now play with the top searches used on Google.  Choose a category and let the fun begin! http://www.googlefeud.com Want to learn more about Google?  We have many items on the topic – The search : how Google and its … Continue reading

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Google Speeds Up

Tired of waiting for your Google search results? Well, Google read your mind! According to the CNN Tech article “New Google Instant shows search results as you type,” Google rolled out Google Instant in the U.S. yesterday. As you type … Continue reading

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Notable Internet News Bites

A couple of interesting Internet-related news bites that came out last week. Not surprisingly, Google is involved with both: Net Neutrality Was Fun While It Lasted News broke on Wednesday of a deal between Verizon and Google that would create … Continue reading

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New Google Scholar Feature

One of the ways of judging the impact of an article/author is to look at the numbers of times that article/author has been cited by others. If you’ve used Google Scholar before, you may have noticed that part of the … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – March 9

Beginning Google Maps Mashups with Mapplets, KML and GeoRSS: From Novice to Professional by Sterling Udell G70.212 .U34 2009 New Book Island, 2nd floor Last week as I worked with a class on a research project, the question came up … Continue reading

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Orientation Week Events

The Library is involved in several events during Orientation Week and we’d like you to know about them! Google for Scholarly Research Presented by Martha Stephenson, Reference & Instruction Librarian 27 August 2009 (Thursday) — 9-10 AM — UC 261 … Continue reading

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