Facebook Emoticons and Smileys | Social Media Mind
Just as the Facebook website has become part of your daily lives, so have the Facebook chat emoticons (you know, the little icons you see in conversations all over the Internet!). Now the largest and most used social networking website, it is safe to say that these emoticons will be more used and recognised that those emoticons found elsewhere on the Internet even including heavyweights such as Skype and Yahoo! Messenger.
3.0 Google Inventor – ICS @ SHDHS
Mr. V’s Programming class. Alice, Google Inventor, Java, and Scratch resources
A complete guide to Edmodo.
The awesome games comes to Google Chrome.
Angry Birds Beta comes to web via Chrome Web Store
The addictive and widely popular game “Angry Birds” that has spread itself across all major mobile platforms like iOS, Android, Symbian and Windows 7 too, is now available to play online through Google Chrome browser. The announcement about this has just been made at Google 1/O 2011 – Keynote Day 2.
The dirty dozen spam-relaying countries revealed | Naked Security
There’s a zombie invasion going on – and it could have infiltrated your business, your home office, or even the corner of your bedroom.
The Home of Speed Math and Smart Math
LazyMaths.com is the first and only website featuring a growing list of Speed Math shortcuts and Smart Math techniques that helps anyone to attempt Math problems in unique ways never before taught in schools.
WOT Safe Surfing!
Staying safe online is the computing equivalent of looking both ways before crossing the road. Like the ancient adage “look before you leap” being able to spot danger is a case of learning the prerequisite skills for the appropriate situation.
What a wonderful way of capturing history / Americana.
National Jukebox LOC.gov
The Library of Congress presents the National Jukebox, which makes historical sound recordings available to the public free of charge. The Jukebox includes recordings from the extraordinary collections of the Library of Congress Packard Campus for Audio Visual Conservation and other contributing libraries and archives.
Library of Congress Launches ‘National Jukebox’
The National Jukebox is spinning tunes – and you don’t have to drop any coin to get it to play. Today the Library of Congress and Sony Music Entertainment announced the launch of what’s being billed as “the largest collection of historical recordings ever made publicly available online.”
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