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Go to aws.amazon.com and click Account > Usage Reports After signing in, select Amazon Simple Storage Service from the Service drop down and then select TimedStorage-ByteHrs from the Usage Types drop down. Select the period of time you want to be reported and use the buttons at the bottom to download the report. The usage report gives a storage total for ...


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According to this Blogger Status Report posted in May 2011 they replicate data of all blogs across multiple sites: Blogger maintains replicas (copies) of blogs in multiple locations so if one copy becomes unavailable — maybe due to a cut network cable or loss of power — blogs continue to remain accessible. However, if the data you store in ...


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I think I've got the solution for you. It's not done all automatically, but it will result in your proposal: In your file the date is written as MM-DD-YYYY. I made the assumption that the date range covers december and NOT random dates throughout the year. Therefore I had to re-arrange the date format to DD-MM-YYYY. As a guidance I used the following ...


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There is a free application known as TrelloExcel out there. I've been using it for about a week or two now - https://github.com/dillenmeister/TrelloExcel It will very nicely export/import data, but it doesn't seem to handle updating existing items. For what you need it for, I think it will work to get you the task name, description, and due date (but no ...


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Planet.OSM has geo-spatial data.


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Facebook now lets you do this directly from their site. (1) Go to "Account Settings" (2) Click on "Learn More" in the "Download your information area. (3) Press the "Download Button" (4) It gives you a message about how it will take a while to package it all up for you. It will send you an e-mail when your download is ready to go. That's all there is to ...


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This web app describes steps to achieve what you're looking for I think. Update It appears this addon was removed. It used to be called ArchiveFacebook, but I don't see it on the mozilla site anymore.


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Maybe you can just use a Google Spreadsheet to do that? Or if you need something more database beyond a simple spreadsheet, you can try Ragic Builder. It has pretty good search and analytical database features.


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Wikipedia (and sister projects): Dual licensed under GFDL and CC-BY-SA 2.5.


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"It looks like the main difference is two-way integration: instead of just scraping data from Wikipedia dumps to produce a structured database (like Freebase and dbpedia do), it's going to store the canonical version of some of the information there, and pull from it to populate the infoboxes. One of the motivations seems to be to keep the data in sync ...


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Alexander, as stated in my comment on the 27th of November 2012, I see no possibility to add all the series into one chart, like the way you present them. I did however found a way to do it, but this approach is heavily compromised: The trick is to create fruit dependent counters. See example file I've created: Fruit Counters I hope I'm wrong and that ...


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As discussed in the comments, you won't get the same information from LinkedIn than Facebook. As LinkedIn is more a professional social network, you are more likely to get information about who works there, what they have done before, where they live and so on. Here is an example with MS: ...


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This is a bit off topic because it doesn't answer the question of Excel exporting, but it does address the side of good solutions for burndown charts. We use Trello Burndown from Blue Line Game Studios. It does a pretty good job and everyone can update their piece so it's not dependent on sharing an excel spreadsheet. You can find that at ...


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Ben, here are a few options: http://lifehacker.com/346671/track-goal-progress-and-to+dos-on-google-calendar http://42goals.com http://lifehacker.com/5439026/five-best-goal+tracking-tools


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You can find the Trello Api documentation here. You will have to build a custom sharepoint solution to do a direct export from a Sharepoint List to whatever form you'd like them to appear in on Trello.


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You can put the cursor on the column divider at the top and drag it to move the righthand border of the cells in the column. before: after:


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There is no current functionality to do this (I'm not on the Beta, so I cannot test the Bulk Export functionality currently on offer, although it doesn't look like its what you need). However, there is a card on the Ideas stack (sort of a feature request list), entitled CSV or Other Export. This looks like more what you want - however it's not implemented ...


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How is Google Insights for Search different from Google Trends? While Google Insights for Search and Google Trends use the same data, Insights for Search is geared towards users (such as researchers or advertisers) who may find some of its advanced features more useful for their purposes. Source.


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I'm not sure about that site specifically, but a lot of the major news organisations/sports organisations use Opta Stats.


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Freebase: [...] distributed, like Freebase itself, under the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license and use is subject to the Freebase Terms of Service. If you include the data from these data dumps in a website or application, you must attribute us as described in the Freebase Licensing Policy.


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I've decided to go with Zoho Creator, which does everything I need.


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Sorry to say so but it is not possible. They have a lot of security features which prevents users from downloading the content. You can view the content and manually take screenshot, and save each page separately - which is not practical at all. This kind of security is used so that their content does not gets distributed for free on ...


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To archive your posts automatically, you can consider enabling a Blogger setting to email yourself every time you post to your blog. Within Blogger, go to Settings › Mobile and email. In the textarea Email posts to you can enter a comma separated list of up to 10 email addresses to have your blog mailed to whenever you publish.


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I could not see the form either, but website form filling is the classical use case for iMacros. It is an open-source web browser macro recorder (as opposed to normal desktop macro recorders like AHK). I use it daily to fill out lengthy web forms for web regression testing). You can download iMacros as free addon for IE, Firefox and Chrome. iMacros filling ...


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I haven't tried it, but this looks like it does what you're looking for: http://www.corefiling.com/opensource/schemaValidate.html


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Yes it is possible to integrate with Facebook's API - agreed with @rchern though the details of which are best discussed on StackOverflow. The relevant API page is http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/Events.create


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As it seems, you can download the IMDB data. Some people have setup webservices upon this data and provice APIs for it. Try http://www.deanclatworthy.com/ http://www.deanclatworthy.com/imdb/?q=Inception will give you Details on that movie. When you search for IMDB API you might find other services like this one...


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You can export events by using the Export Events link at the bottom your Events page. This will bring up a dialog with a url you can use to add the calendar to other apps. There are several third-party apps to export birthdays, but I don't know of a native way.


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Basically, that is impossible. Last.fm does not offer any way to change your scrobbled data except for removing them. However, there are advances to correct the global data, but the progress is very slow. I'm not sure if the artists are actually the same in your case. If they actually are the same, you can try and help correct the data. I noticed there is ...


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I've heard good things about Quickbase, but I've not used it for an application yet -- should have all the features you need. http://quickbase.intuit.com/



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