Supersymmetric world from a conservative viewpoint
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Did you ever want to know the name of a star that you see in the skies? Or did you want to know where is Venus right now? If you have an Android phone (a phone with Google's Java-based OS), Google Skymap will do it for you.
Also, you should try to click "Show options" right below the Google logo in a search page in the upper left corner - to get new ways to sort the pages.
GoogleLabs are also preparing Google Squared, a gadget that will generate a spreadsheet out of the data. That's slightly similar to results that can be found by Wolfram|Alpha - which will probably start on Monday.