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Travis Spencer
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Identity Management & Federation Specialist

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"Nordic APIs: new technology is becoming increasingly important for the local businesses" http://feedly.com/k/1dvevoK
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Apps that make sense in my mind as Android Jelly Bean 4.2 lock screen widgets:

* Calculator
* Note taking (but not viewing / deleting) app
* Google Maps without ability to see my locations or Latitude
* E-book reader that allows me to specify the specific books I want to be available from the lock screen (e.g., only the current one I'm reading)
* World clock
* Compass
* Time clock to punch in and out (e.g., for freelancers) though I might be reluctant to use this if it exposed my list of projects and customers
* Tracking of flight data (not mine, just in general like you get from FlightBoard)
* Google search (that doesn't pull in prior searches as I type and requires unlock to click through)
* Google translate (again, w/out history)
* Music controls (like Spotify does)
* Stop watch
* Alarm clock (maybe, but I could see friends grabbed your locked phone and setting the alarm for 3:00 AM)
* Timer (maybe not though for the same reason)
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Google Fusion Tables: http://support.google.com/fusiontables Collaboratively create LARGE data sets, share them, and generate an API automatically, all using Google's infrastructure. Have never tried it myself, but it sounds very compelling!
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Note that you gotta use new compose mode to get this feature.
Starting today, you can insert files from Google Drive directly into an email without leaving Gmail.
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This train wreck known as iOS 6 is too hilarious. YouTube, maps, and now they're in trouble for stealing the new clock design. LOL!
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New one handed zooming in Google Maps Mobile is great. Just tried it. Important to keep the taps close together; be a little fast. Stop on the second without removing finger from screen, and slide finger up and down to zoom in and out. Great feature!
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