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Hover over the timestamp for the post. It is a link very similar to the way it works on Twitter.


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Go to Google Reader. Go to the Settings page. Click on Folders and Tags. Your starred items are private, you can make them public. then you can access a public page which has a feed. Look at the XML, almost all XML from Google Reader has something that looks like this: <gr:continuation>CJyPg4L2wKIC</gr:continuation> take that and add it to ...


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TinyURL is case insensitive. (To test: try http://tinyurl.com/28ygwgs , http://tinyurl.com/28ygwGS . http://tinyurl.com/28YGwgs, http://tinyurl.com/28yGWgs et al ) (PS: the short URL is link to this question )


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Create a bookmark (insert -> bookmark). Then you can add #name_of_bookmark to the end of the url. eg: http://docs.google.com/document/d/15xm3Bx4Elnjbg0VNY#name_of_bookmark


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Surely this makes a lot of sense? Actually, it doesn't work as well as you might think at first. The URLs Google is using are stable: they contain only the document's id. The owner of the document can change. A document can have many users with various and changing privileges. The title/name of the document can change. If any of these properties ...


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Yes, it is possible to link to a row by using the following link. Link https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv? key={your_key}& // spreadsheet key type=view& // view (list under menu view) gid=0& // sheet number f=true& // markup parameter ...


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it means Google web server(gws) getting redirected (rd)by country(cr). i.e a country other than US.


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Although I couldn't find any information about the feature in the official SoundCloud documentation or the SoundCloud user interface, it works if you append #t={minutes}:{seconds} to a SoundCloud URL. Example: https://soundcloud.com/stack-exchange/stack-exchange-podcast-51#t=9:36


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You need to go to Google Takeout (https://www.google.com/takeout) and select Google Reader and do an export. The zipped file you download contains a fairly comprehensive export of your Google Reader settings: followers.json following.json liked.json notes.json shared-by-followers.json shared.json starred.json subscriptions.xml (an OPML file)


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This should make pages crawlable by Google and friends: http://code.google.com/web/ajaxcrawling/docs/getting-started.html http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2009/10/proposal-for-making-ajax-crawlable.html The solution works as follows: the crawler finds a pretty AJAX URL (that is, a URL containing a #! hash fragment). It then requests the ...


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The short answer (the feed for Freeman's Mind) is: http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/playlists/49C3B7EDD1624C55 The longer answer (to find this on your own): you need to go onto the creator's account page and click on the playlist for the show you want. The playlist ID (in this case, 49C3B7EDD1624C55) is found above the list of episodes, at the end of ...


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From this Google help entry, it would seem the urls are permanent until you reset them


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Copied/adapted from my answer to a question on SuperUser. Consider merging? 1) TinyGrab You press Ctrl+Shift+4 (configurable to what you want), then you click+drag to select an area with a crosshairs. It then uploads it directly to their service, and puts a short link to it on your clipboard (http://grab.by/shortID). It works quite well, is free, and can ...


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Card comments use embed.ly to display content inline, so a link to a Twitter status or YouTube video will embed the status or video. Here is a full list of providers: http://embed.ly/providers. Trello only display services that offer SSL, though. And it won't work for any image URL, just those in the list of providers. If you upload images as attachments, it ...


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Google is very good about doing redirects with subdomains. Have you tried contacts.google.com?


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This is exactly what the original poster wanted and also what I wanted. I wanted to share this awesome tool for anyone else: http://snag.gy. You just ctrl+v after you print screen and it's there. There are also some editing tools (crop, drawing) if necessary.


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To specify a point, append a tag to the end of your video link with the following syntax: “#t=1m45s” (you can change the numbers before the ‘m’ and ‘s’ to edit the minutes and seconds, respectively. Here’s an example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bibCui3lFM#t=1m45s


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When you sign out of your Google Account, they want to make sure that they sign you out of all your Google services. Therefore they have this flow to ensure that you get logged out of google. Your domain admin can whitelist accounts.youtube.com, which will stop you from seeing the error while allowing your network to continue blocking videos. You could ...


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You can use the Youtube Data API to retrieve the feed of all of the episodes. The key is to use the special category of 'Shows': https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/videos? q=freemansmind &orderby=published &author=machinima &category=Shows &v=2


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Reverse Image search engines like TinEye can be used to find this. "TinEye is a reverse image search engine. It finds out where an image came from, how it is being used, if modified versions of the image exist, or if there is a higher resolution version" I used one image url on it and results showed the 50 sites where it is used.


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I don't think you can do that on Tumblr. All those "messy numbers" is the Tumblr's Globally Unique Post ID. The part that follows (the "slug") has no identifying purpose on Tumblr -- All that matters is the Post ID. For example, these are all equivalent URLs: my-blog.tumblr.com/post/123456789/my-post-slug-that-tumblr-generated ...


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What you are asking for is clearly not available at the moment and also, I say that it is never going to be available. Linking the of the Google Drive Account holder with each of his/her's file is something almost no one would want. There has never been any way to know the owner of a Document from it's link. If you want your Document links to look good, ...


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You would need to encode the encoded space - effectively, it looks like the LinkedIn.com website is unencoding the %20 to an actual space, which it then runs through a verification check which fails, as spaces in URLs are not supported. So if you want to have a site with a URL like: http://www.example.com/?id=this%20rocks You'd need to enter: ...


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According to the Youtube 2.0 API documentation and 3.0 API documentation, the videoId is a string, nothing is specified about the current set of characters used... About the 11 characters length, a post from a Youtube API Team say : I don't see anywhere in the documentation where we officially commit to a standard length of 11 characters for ...


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Rebecca Chemoff is right..though you don't need to hover. Just click on the "date" of the post. For example, on every post, there is the date, like "9 November" -- that contains a link. Click the date, and voila, the url of the post appears.


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In this particular case, asking Google for all content on that domain comes up with a blank, in other cases searching with site:www.example.com in Google could quite easily come up with the main, or most popular, pages.


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Technology behind this is called Internationalized Resource Identifiers (IRIs) and it's defined in RFC 3987. It's use in URLs is defined in RFC 3986. Characters are indeed encoded in UTF-8. The "unreadable" form is UTF-8 converted using raw percent-encoding.


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If you're looking to display it as a normal maps page, you'd want to use http://google.com/maps?q=SE1+1EB (Postcode format doesn't matter.) But if you're looking to use the data from the page, you should be using the Google Maps API. Doing it by requesting a user-end URL could potentially end up with your server getting banned from making requests.


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No, there is no parameter to control video volume. Full list of available parameters can be found here. You mentioned, that you don't want to embed a player, but URL can be used basically the same as the value of src element.



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