Collect/backup tweets in a Google Spreadsheet [Twitteralytics v2]

*** NEW VERSION – I’m keeping this post up for reference. You should get the very latest version TAGS v3 HERE! *** Back in June I hastily threw together Using Google Spreadsheet to automatically monitor Twitter event hashtags and more. It kind of worked most of the time but there were a lot of rough edges. […]

Linking a Google Form with data from the responses in the Spreadsheet [Event/Resource Booking]

is there a way to use a Google Form for event booking and cap entries for individual parallel sessions? This was the question I got from my colleague Kenji Lamb who is helping organise Game To Learn: Take 2!. The event has a number of parallel sessions with limited spaces in each. Ideally Kenji wanted […]

gEVS – An idea for a Google Form/Visualization mashup for electronic voting

First I should say I don’t think this is the best solution, in fact an earlier post from 2008 DIY: A wi-fi student response system is probably a solution, if perhaps needing more tidying up, but I’m posting anyway just on the of chance that this might inspire or help solve someone else’s problem. This […]

Cooking: A Custom Search Engine for … with Edublog 2010 Nominees

In my spare time I like to do a bit of cooking. I’m mainly a recipes kind of a guy, using the experience of recreating something tried and tested to build a foundation of knowledge to explore some of my own personal creations. The same is true for my interest in educational mash-ups. Trying out […]

Populating a Twitter List via Google Spreadsheet … Automatically! [Hashtag Communities]

Previously in  Google Apps Script: Using a Google Spreadsheet to populate a Twitter list [Hashtag Communities] I show how you can use Google Spreadsheets to populate a Twitter list. A comment on this post by Colin Gray got me thinking, instead of having to drop a list of usernames from another source, what if the […]

Google Apps Script: Using a Google Spreadsheet to populate a Twitter list [Hashtag Communities]

Update: I’ve revised this idea in Populating a Twitter List via Google Spreadsheet … Automatically! [Hashtag Communities] Having recently rediscovered the joys of Google Apps Script I was looking for something to do after my Event Manager Spreadsheet. A couple of ideas I had were: something to do with linked data (possibly a email subscription list); […]

The best Google Spreadsheet Event Manager (w/h Sites, Contact, Calendar integration) ever, ever, ever

Update 21/12/2015: As many may have gathered I haven’t maintained this solution and some of the code may be broken. You are free to re-use the code shared in this post. You might also be interested in this Event Manager Google Add-on  by Romain Vialard made to administer events using Google Sheets to manage event […]

Using Google Spreadsheet to automatically monitor Twitter event hashtags and more

Update: There is a new version of this spreadsheet here I recently read Tony Hirst’s onFormSubmit – Raising Web Scale Events in Google Spreadsheets post which highlights opportunities with the new event triggers (the ability to trigger scripts on events like form submit or time-driven like every x minutes) and was blown away by the […]

Convert time stamped data to timed-text (XML) subtitle format using Google Spreadsheet Script

[flickr]3796084131[/flickr] My post titles just get better and better. As part of my research into twitter subtitling I’ve focused on integrating with the twitter search and Twapper Keeper archive into the twitter subtitle generator tool, but I’m aware there is a wider world of timed data for subtitlizing. When Tony contacted me on Friday with […]

Using Google Apps Script for a event booking system (Spreadsheet to Calendar & Site | Form to Spreadsheet, Email and possible Contacts)

Update: New version is posted here The best Google Spreadsheet Event Manager (w/h Sites, Contact, Calendar integration) ever, ever, ever A while ago I was looking at Updating a Google Calendar and Google Site from a Google Spreadsheet (the beginnings of an event booking system). This idea was inspired by Tony Hirst’s work on updating a […]

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