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Pic of the Month

We saw this nice image of Popeyes order terminal kiosks in one of the predictions list we covered. We’ve never seen an actual unit in a store but then we rarely go into the store. Good excuse to have chicken fingers next week.

Popeyes order terminal kiosk

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  • Vimeo has videos
  • LinkedIn has company info
  • YouTube has videos with advertisements
  • Pinterest has image galleries we collect in verticals
  • Flipboard is our quick “don’t forget” blogger for all subjects
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  • Archive Posts here on KI
  • The History log has quite a few entries going way back
  • Interested in Usenet data from 90s?
  • Gokiosk operated from 2006 to 2011
  • Gokis goes back to 1997
  • Useful utility for old data is the Wayback Machine (make a donation) – especially useful during political season so you can see what the website said for primary, and what it now says for general election.   Back when Northwest Airlines had a pilot strike we were instructed to use a new About image where the pilot was pushed to the background and shortened. Pretty funny stuff Marketing people come up with.
  • Find It — “orphans” on websites are posts that have no indexable links to them. For sake of Google we have a list of them.