All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘changes’

StumbleUpon Now Recommends Sites and Interests

Stumble Upon has started rolling out a pop-up along the control bar at the top of the page that recommends sites and interests based on the things that you Stumble frequently. If you Stumble pages on a site frequently, StumbleUpon will ask you if you would like to see more pages from that site. Likewise, if you thumbs up a …

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Google Releases App Engine 1.6.4 Into The Wild

Google’s App Engine is one of the best services the company provides to developers. The constant updates to the core framework of the engine definitely helps that good will to go a long way. Good news then that only after a month, a new version of App Engine is up and ready. The Google App Engine blog

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AP Stylebook Updates Tech Words

If you were devastated when you found out the Associated Press frowns upon the Oxford Comma, you might agree with some of their later decisions. Some notable tech items have been changed by the venerable manual. On Friday, the AP Stylebook announced that they were finally dropping the hyphen out of “e-mail” and going with “email,” which most of us …

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Facebook Axes Comment Button

Goodbye little blue comment button! A few users had noticed something different for quite some time now, but it seems today everyone is now operating with the new procedure for commenting on friends’ posts.  So long to the time when you could meticulously comb a comment to ward off  grammar trolls, and submit with absolute confidence.  Farewell to the feeling …

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