With the closing of Google Reader, a number of people are saying that it isn’t a big deal because they get their news from people on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Those people are wrong, mostly because they have no idea how a supply chain works. People may be getting their news from people […]

San Francisco Mayoral candidate Tony Hall has started using Quora to engage with San Franciscans and get feedback on using technology to improve local government. His first question: How can the next mayor of San Francisco better use technology to cut bureaucratic red tape and improve the delivery of city services in your neighborhood? House […]

Metricly is a free analytics dashboard that lets you monitor your Google Analytics account, Facebook page, Twitter account, and more in a single online place. While the currently supported services are geared more towards online businesses, the ability to track metrics for the previously mentioned services makes Metricly more convenient than individually checking those accounts, […]

Rock the Vote has launched a new website designed to help young voters get their questions answered about voting in the November election that would function like “Yelp for politics.” From the RTV blog: We’ve created Electionland as a one-stop shop for the 2010 elections — the place where you can ask and answer questions […]

New Features for Google Forms

Two years ago I wrote a post on how to use Google Forms to create free online surveys. This week Google launched some important improvements to the form tool. The most useful new feature is the ability to create separate answer-dependent pages in your form. To add a new page, click the Add item drop-down […]

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