Every Thursday is Tech Thursday where we share a random assortment of technical links we found and liked. This time this is posted live from Paris Web - may the wireless stay with me.
- Most of the YDN folks are already in NYC for the Yahoo Open Hack NYC 2009, so if you are on the east coast, drop by!
- PhotoSketch is an amazing tool to sketch a scene and stitch it together from pictures on the internets (also check the gallery).
- Remy Sharp has a nice interactive jQuery documentation.
- Good trick on how to compress Keynote presentations.
- A video of Matt Cutts explaining why pages can still be indexed by Google despite being defined as not indexable in robots.txt
- NYCBigApps is an application challenge to make New York City more transparent, accessible, and accountable.
- SAP released a tool to integrate Twitter into Powerpoint to show tweets from the audience live in your slides. This can get very embarassing.
- Glims is a Safari add-on that makes Safari be more like Firefox - great for people who want to switch.
- IdentEngine is a very clever application that shows you all your identities on the social web - powered by microformats and YQL.
- ABTests is a repository for results of A/B usability tests of web sites.
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