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Google Wants You To Post Your New Year’s Resolutions For The World To See

Beginning tomorrow, Jan. 1, millions of us will begin and try to keep New Year’s resolutions. To make this easier, Google has launched a new global resolutions page. On it, visitors are able to anonymously post resolutions for the entire world to see. To get started, visit Google’s special page and then click “Add your 2013 resolution to the map” at the bottom of the page. From there, tell the world your resolution, postal code, and the name of your country. Finally, select the type of resolution you are making. Available choices are love, health, career, finance, family, education, and other.

Once submitted, your resolution will be shown on top of a world map for everyone to see. Google's feature is just one of many announced by companies in recent days relating to the new year. See also: Moment.Me Gearing Up To Present A Worldwide New Year's Eve CelebrationLooking For Something To Do On New Year's Eve, But Don’t Want To Face The Crowds? and Toast New Year's Eve 2012 With These Hand-Picked Apps. Source: The Next Web
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