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Google recently released a revolutionary gem into its increasingly robust Google Docs platform. Meet Google Forms: a flexible form and survey development interface with built-in reporting. Why is this significant? Well to start, it means the days of SurveyMonkey are numbered. While still in its infancy, Google Forms is the start of an incredibly versatile data collection framework. How long did SurveyMonkey really think people were going to pay monthly fees to store infinitesimal tidbits of survey response data? Survey data is far from being difficult, nor costly, to store. How to create your first Google Form:
1. Navigate your browser to docs.google.com and log-in 2. Go to the menu labeled “New” at the left and select “Form”
The Google Bus paid a visit to GWU today during one of the final legs of its nationwide tour of universities that have implemented Google Apps for Education. Not only did they demo Google Apps products, but they also demoed a few T-Mobile Android phones. Unfortunately, they wouldn’t let me take any pictures of the Android phone. Below are some pictures of the Google Bus, both inside and out.
The beloved United States Treasury Department just announced plans to release four new designs for the penny, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth. Thanks to this Earth shattering news, we can take a breather from our Wall Street woes, and sleep soundly tonight.
To think, some sheeple want to get rid of the penny simply because it costs 1.26 cents to produce each one. I cannot believe how selfish our own citizens are. I, for one, am happy to help foot the resulting $100 million cost of producing pennies and nickles for more than their face value. The penny represents the strength of the United States, and we will not show weakness at the face of rising penny costs.
In case you haven’t heard, a new generation of digital SLR cameras are being released with the ability to shoot high definition video. Canon let Vincent Laforet borrow the soon-to-be-released Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Using this mouth watering piece of equipment, Laforet was able to shoot an incredible video. Before you watch Laforet’s masterpiece below, watch the behind the scenes video to get a better idea of how cool this really is.
After watching the behind the scenes video, continue on below: