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Published on Apr 5, 2011
Twitter Search Changes Finally, Twitter has made some changes to its search system - and now it's a lot easier to find interesting tweets. Finding people who microblog about interesting topics just got a whole lot easier.Twitter also rolled out an advanced search feature - similar to Google Search, so you can filter results using specific keywords or hashtags. For more: http://webbeat.tv/twitteradv
Japanese Dog 'Ban' Reunites With Owner A Japanese dog who has probably been at sea for more than three weeks, was recently reunited with his owner. Ban was washed away by the killer Tsunami after the March 11th earthquake.Rescue workers found the dog drifting on a roof, and this woman - saw her own dog being rescued on live television! It's a great story, awesome video- no wonder it's going viral!
Quora moves into medical and legal direction This week, Quora announced it's focussing in on one specific category: medical and health questions.Quora says its going to introduce legal and medical disclaimers, and policies around legal and medical questions. They'll also add disclaimers under every answer, so the doctors and lawyers don't get in trouble, and people reading the advice know they are not a substitute for advice from their own doctor or lawyer.
Freerunning Indoor Training Facility Check this out: an entire indoor training facility dedicated to freefrunning: Tempest Freerunning Academy in California. This video shows some awesome obstacles, areas, AND some awesome freerunning and parkour moves!!
Loesje.org. One of my personal favorite websites. It's a collection of interesting posters that make you see things from a different perspective. They're awesome to print and hang in your office - or cool to send as a postcard. Plus, you can add your own write-ups that can turn into posters, too!
Website of the Day: OpenBook.org. If you've always wanted to know what crazy things people are sharing on Facebook — this site makes it easy! Openbook lets you search public Facebook updates, on any topic you want. WebBeat.TV/OpenBook