Blue Book aims to help people discover interesting and relevant content.
It allows users to search for relevant articles, share them, and make recommendations based on the content.
Users can also browse the topics they like, see previous reviews and subscribe to the top posts.
Blue Book was created by two PhDs, Deepak Kulkarni and Rajeev Chandrasekaran, and they decided to build the tool on the basis of their own personal experiences in the field.
They have released it under a Creative Commons licence and are also working on expanding it to other industries.
“We realised that we could make a lot of use out of our own experiences, both professionally and personally,” Kulkav and Chandraseksan said.
“There is no one-size-fits-all solution.
For example, if you are looking for an article on how to improve your productivity, we can help you find that article, but if you want to know how to get the most out of a conference call, we will give you some tips and techniques that can help make that call a success.
In our experience, there is no way that you can build your own project without looking at it.
So we have decided to make this tool a one-stop-shop for anyone looking to build their own project.”
They have built the tool from scratch and are using the knowledge they gained from the field to build it.
The idea is to make the tool accessible to anyone.
The tool uses the Google News API to gather and aggregate relevant articles on a topic.
The search engine also allows users access to all relevant articles and posts that are related to the topic.
A search engine is an online resource where you can search for the keywords you want.
Users will then be able to click on a blue button and it will pull up all the relevant articles from the search engine.
They can then add the article to the blue book and save it for later reference.
Blue Books are a free service, but users can pay to use the service.
Users who pay for the service will be able add and edit the articles, but the articles themselves will not be saved.
Blue books are also free for all users, but there are some restrictions on the amount of time users can spend reading articles.
Users have to provide a URL to the article, which is then shared with the website and other users.
Once users have read the article and are ready to share it, they can also share it to Facebook or Twitter.
“The only limitation is the amount that users can share the article with other users, and the length of the link,” Kukkarni said.
BlueBook has been used in other fields, including the medical field, and is now in its fourth year.
“Our team has already made over 60,000 blue books,” Kankerapuri added.
“This means that BlueBook was used by over 10,000 people in the last two years.
The website has over one million page views, and over 1,000,000 subscribers.
This means that we are now in the first year of the service.”
This article originally appeared on Quartz.