This is a good course offered by Google for data professionals and data enthusiasts. The course is self paced and divided into lessons and activities. Activities are small quiz which will help the learner to practice theory. At the end of the course there will be final project, upon successful completion of which certificate is also provided.
The course revolves around using Google Fusion Tables, which is free online software. The concepts taught is this free course are useful in general data process of data preparation, analysis and withdrawing conclusion from analysis. The course will run from March 18th to April 4th, 2014.
Making sense of Data
After Android, Google broached another domain where it had not been before with its Chrome OS; now Microsoft is not the only company making low end, cheap notebooks which can be used for video chatting and light internet surfing etc. Previously, Chromebook was targeted as a solution for low end users who intended to use apps available on-line. The screen was low resolution and the processor had limited power. The laptop started instantly and was quite user friendly. However, nobody counted it as a ‘real’ laptop. It was merely half a step above a tablet. But now Google is soon to release Chromebook 2 with its partner Samsung and everyone thinks it will be almost a real laptop.
I have been ever wondering, what is the use of google wave without those social features of sharing out waves with others. We know google wave helps us collaborate in real time and that can be helpful in many ways like documenting things, collab games etc. The best part is we can replay all of those to know who did what. But still the major part is sharing and bringing in more participation.
Now that can be done by embedding the Wave in your WordPress blog post. This can be done by installing Wavr Plugin for WordPress. Continue reading
Wondering how to google ever mess, just type google.com and you are there to play with google. But this leads to a country directed page such as google.co.uk, google.co.in or co.xx. Sometimes people want to visit the google international page. So not a big task..google itself provides ways to visit google.com. Just follow the link below on google’s homepage “go to google.com” and u will land on google.com. This hyperlink refers to ‘ncr’ i.e. no country redirect and will land you on google.com
Besides u can also type google.com/intl/en/ which refers to international english, be careful to end the link with a ‘/’ or your browser will show a 404 error.
This is a bit too long to remember…I recommend a simpler way. Just type google.com/ncr and when you press enter you will be google.com international homepage. And finally you land on google.com
Google Chrome extension for google Voice is a very useful extension for those who want to keep tab of their google voice mailbox from their browsers. With this extension you can Call, SMS and check Inbox.
- Adds a button to the toolbar, which displays the number of unread messages in your Google Voice inbox. Continue reading
Chrome, the web browser developed by google using chromium the open source browser project, that aims to build a safer, faster, and more stable way for all users to experience the web. Ever since it has been released its gaining the market share after Mozilla and IE.
As most of the google products its was first released as a beta version. But today google chrome browser has entered a stable stage for windows users. Linux and MAC users have to wait for stable release. Apart from becoming stable, chrome has now a library of 1500 extensions or plugins which you can browse through chrome extensions library. Continue reading
This is an a really geeky tool for the linux and shell addicts. Goosh is a tool for searching the web through linux type shell (CLI or command line interface for Linux).
Welcome to goosh.org – the unofficial google shell.
This google-interface behaves similar to a unix-shell.
You type commands and the results are shown on this page
Goosh is very powerful inside, just like google. You can use to search blogs, images, web, news, feeds, maps, videos, places and many more things. Continue reading