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Morning Toolbox – October 3, 2012 – Google, Pundits and More Politics

Morning Toolbox is a daily digest of interesting tools and techniques that skeptics can use online.

Google has updated their Webmaster guidelines – very important to any webmaster or blogger. Are you following all their recommendations?

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Morning Toolbox – October 2, 2012 – Politics is Unavoidable

To force myself to write more, and because I much enjoy the daily posts at Research Buzz and CFI’s Morning Heresy, I thought I would start doing a daily post of news about tools and technologies of interest to skeptics. This will be a daily digest of interesting tools and techniques that have come to light recently.

In the US the Presidential election is dominating all the news. Much has been written about media bias in news sources. Do you limit yourself to sources that agree with your existing political opinions? A new Chrome browser plugin called Balancer might help you break out of your bubble. It was created by a University of Washington researcher Sean Munson.

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