Yesterday Google published an amazing tool google-blockly which is more or less similar to MIT Scratch
. Blockly is a web-based, graphical programming language. Users can drag blocks together to build an application. No typing required :) All the code of Blockly
is open source.
One of the demo programs involves solving a maze puzzle.
I had some good time playing around with ...
Google changes its logo frequently to celebrate events such as birth anniversaries of well known people, holiday seasons etc. These logos are known as Google Doodle.
Today Google is celebrating 366th birthday of Sir Isaac Newton
and they have changed the logo on their website. But this time they have added an animated doodle of falling apple....
Twitter users are very well aware of Fail Whale image that pops up whenever twitter is down due to some reason. Twitter's fail whale also has fan site - http://failwhale.com/
Google Wave has its own similar feature which is shown when Wave is down for maintenance.
It seems that Google Wave's maintenance page can be ...
Facebook has made its way from a small social network website running in a university to a giant mammoth of 250 Million users worldwide. Buzzpoint
, a social media marketing firm based out of Los Angeles, has put together an impressive visualization that shows off just how large Facebook has grown. The comparison has been done with different Countries in terms of population and ...
What if the popular microblogging website, Twitter
had only 100 users?
Based on the data from a survey InformationIsBeautiful
blog has constructed these gorgeous graphics showing the Twitter (Twitter) community represented as 100 people.
Following conclusion can be drawn from this wonderful picture:
There are more Women than Men
Most of Twitter users are lazy. They don't tweet frequently
Wednesday is best to promote ...
You will find those Social Media buttons on most of the blogs and websites you visit these days. Even we have one such button panel at the end of each post which lets user share the story with their favorite social website.
But guess what, Chicago-based Twitter user @craftsquatch has created series of pillows hand decorated to represent your favorite social networking sites, might be what ...
Browsing through internet, I came to this wonderful tool called Wordle
which generates a tag cloud with different orientation and effects. It takes input as plain text or your blogs/websites rss/atom feed or your sites URL and generate a cool tag cloud of the words that it encounters on your site. You can change the font and effects on this tag cloud. ...
Today morning, I got this image in one of the forwarded email. Still can't stop laughing. I don't know if this image is copyrighted, still can't stop myself posting this. :D