It’s April Fool’s Day again!
Google turns its great Google Maps into a PacMan worldwide videogame.
You’ll be able to run the Pac-character on your own streets avoing Pinky and most other evil ghosts – yes, that’s right: using your own city map!
Update for mobile users!
On Android devices, you’ll need to solve one of many riddles from a Google support page to find hidden Pac-Man pins at specific locations. Only then will you see a Pac-Man button that will allow you to play by swiping in different directions!
Oh, well… it’s about time!
Twitter announced their very own Twitter plug-in for WordPress blogs that makes it easier to embed tweets, optimize your posts and content to Twitter-dome and – quite cool – integrate with Twitter Analytics (yes, that one).
I’m about to install it on my WordPress blogs and test it even though I’ve been using several other post-to-tweet plugins – which have been around for a while – along with some PHP code I wrote by myself.
Soon I’ll write back about this Twitter-official plugin and its comparison with similar, widely installed plugins.
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