I discovered Twitterplan via a posting on Liz Azyan’s excellent blog – Twitterplan: The Newest Mashup in UK Local Government via her Twitterstream @liz_azyan . Twitterplan is a new service that has been set up by Lichfield District Council with help from the City of Lincoln Council and Planning Alerts. It sends a Twitter direct […]

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Karen Blakeman on April 16th, 2009

The title says it all. This page lists all the RSS and Twitter news feeds from the Financial Times.

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Karen Blakeman on April 16th, 2009

Greasemonkey now has a script that adds a Twitter search to your Google search results in Firefox. First install the  Greasemonkey plugin then install “Twitter Search results on Google” script.  Run a search in Google and the script will display the 5 most recent tweets above the Google results.

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Here are the Top 10 tips from the Business and Internet Search workshop I ran for a group at Manchester Public Library on 26th March. They are the tips that the participants themselves suggested at the end of the day. 1. Site search This one crops up again and again, but so many people have […]

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I have been looking at Reportlinker for several months. Their strapline says “Industry reports, Company Profiles and Market Statistics from 200,000 public authoritative reports”. There are two parts to the service: the Public Reports, which “provides easy access to 1.2 million market reports and industry statistics” that are free of charge and the Premium Reports, […]

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