Exporting more friends or followers from Twitter to a Google Spreadsheet

Back in March 2011 I published Export Twitter Followers and Friends using a Google Spreadsheet. One of the problems with this solution is if you were trying to import a lot of friends or followers users would get the error message “Exceeded absolute-time timeout in milliseconds”. This is because there is a limitation to the […]

Google Spreadsheets as a lean mean social bookmark/share counting machine

It’s been a whole social metricy couple of weeks. First there was UKOLNEIM where I got a chance to chat to Martin Weller about digital scholar dashboards, and yesterday I flicked through Nicola Osborne’s Listen, Repeat, Learn: How to use Social Media Conversations to Measure and Demonstrate Impact and Improve Engagement session at IWMW11. In […]

Social media wars: Measuring the battle lines

As previously posted I was at the UKOLN Metrics and Social Web Services: Quantitative Evidence for their Use and Impact event on Monday. Before attending this event I thought I had a reasonably understanding of social media metrics but I left realising there was a lot I didn’t know, but with new ideas to help […]

Introduction to Google Apps Script with: Split my form entries to individual sheets by username

Just as Vincent van Gogh knocked out a few sunflower painting in his time my current muse is Google Apps Script. At the danger of boring you with yet more sunflowers here’s a recording of a webinar session I did with Dave Foord at A6 Training and Patrick Lander from Loughborough College. This session came […]

Google Apps Script: Lite Contacts Directory for Sites or as a Service

A while back I came across a guest post on the Google Apps Developer blog by Steve Webster at Dito which demonstrated an Autocomplete Email Addresses in Apps Script. Not only was this a great demonstration of what you can do with the Apps Script UI but Steve and the guys at Dito had made […]

What you can’t do with Gmail and Document Services now available in Apps Script

Google recently announce Gmail and Document Services now available in Apps Script, which wasn’t a huge surprise as they had already announced it at the Google I/O and I had picked up on it in Automating your inbox with Google Apps Script. So when asked if I could create a gadget to sit in a […]

Protovis Twitter Community Visualizations from a Google Spreadsheet (eAssessment Scotland delegate network)

If you are reading this post on my blog (with a browser other than Internet Explorer) here is a Twitter network diagram for eAssessment Scotland 2011: This is a slight variation on my previous post (Ported: Tony Hirst’s Using Protovis to Visualise Twitter Connections to Google Spreadsheet with Embeddable Gadget) in that instead of using […]

Ported: Tony Hirst’s Using Protovis to Visualise Twitter Connections to Google Spreadsheet with Embeddable Gadget

Update: The Social Graph API has been deprecated by Google and Protovis is no longer being developed. I’ve revisited this recipe using new tools in Deprecated Bye-bye Protovis Twitter Community Visualizer: Hello D3 Twitter Community Visualizer with EDGESExplorer Gadget RT @psychemedia: How do folk who send you twitter messages connect? http://bit.ly/dNoKGK < see address bar […]

How it was made: eAssessment Scotland Google Spreadsheet booking form with website and Twitter integration

Even though our RSC is toast after this July we’ve continued our support for the eAssessment Scotland Conference until that time. Our involvement with eAS goes back to the very beginning with 2009’s Strategies across sectors and since then this event has continued to grow becoming the largest UK conference dedicated to e-assessment. For this […]

App, App and Away: Workshop Handout #open4ed #GAS

Friday (20th May) was our Open for Education event. There was a real buzz as over 100 delegates squeezed into the NeSC to absorb a packed programme of open and free stuff. Once we get the videos from the event up I should do a separate post to highlight some of the best bits. In the […]

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