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So I was up late and had YouTube going.  Noticed a funky little button to the bottom right.  “1911?  What’s that mean?”  So I clicked it, of course.  And it’s awesome.  I highly recommend you try it out.  Especially their review on the best viral pictures from 100 years ago.

Just a quick post to give a notice of one of Google’s fun additions to their sites.  Aside from their open position for autocompleters, of course.

So it’s April Fool’s Day.  And Google always has something good.  Apparently today they have announced that Google is no longer Google.  Is is now Topeka.  You can find out the details here, on their blog.

But all over the world, new things have arisen with Google.  In the UK, a video was put up on YouTube about their latest translation advances.  You can see the details of this amazing tool on the Google page here.  A similar tool is available in Japan.  Google Maps got an upgrade in Australia.

And I highly recommend going to Google Maps, use street view (drag the icon of the person onto a street), and you’ll see the latest advance in Google Maps technology.  Quite nice.