Good morning from Maine. This week’s Week in Review post is brought to you by Norman the Newt. Norman appeared in the road near my mailbox on Wednesday afternoon. His coloring was so remarkable for an animal in Maine that I couldn’t let him risk crossing the road on his own. I escorted him across the road and he’s now living free somewhere near the stream that crosses my yard.
This week Google rolled-out a couple of major product updates for Google Docs and Google Search, as you might guess those were popular posts this week. If you missed those posts or you want to know what else was popular this week, check out the list of this week’s most popular posts.
Here are the most popular posts of the week:
1. 7 Great Note-taking Tools for Teachers and Students
2. Map CIA World Factbook Data with KML Factbook
3. Google Introduces a New Knowledge Graph
4. Meetings.io – Web Conferencing without Registration
5. Search the Web Within Your Google Documents
6. An Interactive Explanation of Body Mass
7. View a Cleaner YouTube Without Installing Extensions
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