How to quickly geocode a list of addresses using Google Apps Script

Recently I discovered a powerful tool from the awesome Google Developers Youtube channel: Google Apps Script.

I tried it writing a simple, but powerful example, experimenting with a use case that for sure will be useful to me in the future: geocoding a list of addresses taken from a spreadsheet.

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How to turn your Raspberry PI in a Google Cloud Print device

Google Cloud Print (GCP) is a quite useful Google service, allowing you to print in a GCP compliant printer from everywhere and from every device of yours, be it a desktop, a tablet or a smartphone. There are quote a lot of printers out there supporting GCP out of the box, but here I will explain how to turn every Linux supported printer in a fully functional GCP printer. As a bonus you’ll have a cheap Linux based print server in your local network, which is alone a nice thing to have. All this thank to the amazing Raspberry PI ARM GNU/Linux mini PC.

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