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The first thing that comes to mind is Pastebin. I have not had problems with copying and pasting back to applications and it supports syntax highlighting of many different languages.


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This link has a few of the ones you mentioned and some you didn't Reference Guide - Google Spreadsheets API - Google Code some of the page is irrelevant to the question.


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Pastie is another good pastebin type site. It has the dubious advantage of defaulting to a dark color scheme. It also seems to load a tad faster than Pastebin for me.


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Check out CodePaste.NET . It's a great site for code help, etc. Does formatting for you. Made by Rick Strahl who's well known in the .NET geek circles.


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You can find information on recently release bug fixes and features on the Trello development board. We leave things in the "Implemented" column for a while after they go live.


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According to GitHub Pages documentation: All project repositories are ready to use the generator for publishing. However, please note that private repositories will publish pages that are public. There is no way to create private GitHub pages, even from a private GitHub repository. Source: ...


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The company I work for uses Trac for internal documentation resource. We also use Google Docs for things that don't require as much sensitivity and control. For project documentation we use SVN to store project documents.


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The special characters are encoded using URL encoding. If you have to use special characters in the URL, you will need to encode them. You can use a web app such as this for doing the same.


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For JavaScript (and HTML/CSS), including actual execution for live testing of the code (in your own browser, of course, but not in IE6), there's the brilliant JS Bin. Be sure to watch the short introduction videos. Once you saved your code to a public URL it cannot be changed, but others can save their changes and then get a brand new URL they can paste in ...


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Atlassian uses a java applet in Jira and Confluence to upload images by pasting from the clipboard. This works really good.


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There is at least 1 Wiki that does that: Confluence (from Atlassian). One place online for teams to collaborate and capture knowledge – create, share, and discuss your files, ideas, minutes, specs, mockups, diagrams, and projects. A powerful rich editor, integration with Office and JIRA, and hundreds of add-ons help teams create intranets, ...


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The technology is there, but I think it is waiting for someone to build it into wiki software. Have a look at Google Docs. Start a new word processing doc, take a screen clip using whatever you choose, the image is held in your local clipboard, and then just do a Control-V into the doc. Voila, straight into the browser and magically uploaded to some ...


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No UML diagram here either, but ReadWriteWeb just today published a Facebook engineer's explanation about it (originally on Quora), and that seems to be a pretty good answer to your question: 8 Steps to Facebook Photo Privacy, According to Facebook Engineer (We're Still Confused) Quoting the key part: Is it your photo? You can always see your own ...


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These are all explained in http://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation.php and http://www.facebook.com/help/?page=831 I have not seen any UML diagrams for this for I do not think anyone will easily make one just for display given the requirements you supplied. Here are all items related to photos based on sourced information from Facebook. Anyone with ...


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Using Offisync you can upload your Word files directly to Google Docs and Google Sites and work on them directly from Microsoft Word. Once they are uploaded you can use the Google web app sites instead of Word itself. As for CHM files - you can use Offline CHM to convert the Google Site into a CHM file. This should help your workflow: use Word, have a ...


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By far not a complete answer, but a start - Here is a nice tutorial for google forms: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzgaUOW6GIs From the google youtube user: http://www.youtube.com/user/Google


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Atomic Learning has a very nice tutorial site for Google Spreadsheets (and other apps).



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