Technology

14
Feb

There is so much buzzing in the search industry from @arrington writing about why he thinks search still sucks and JCPenney being busted for paid linking. And, just weeks ago Google busted Bing for copying search results...or did they? Whew, I felt like that was one big run on sentence without no end in sight. And, to be honest, the story of search does not have an end in sight. This is a positive for innovation. But, with all this circulation of posturing and calling people out, is anyone asking or answering the ...

26
Jan

Top 5 Brands of 2006

Brandchannel.com reported their Top Brands of 2006, you can take a look at the article here, http://brandchannel.com/start1.asp?fa_id=352. Interestingly enough in the Global top 5 and in the US/Canada top 5, 4 of them are Technology companies. While the Global list is topped by Google, in the U.S. and Canada we see that Apple takes the top spot! I guess they are Buying: facing Firming quick cash loans years unit weeks those http://genericviagraonlinedot.com/ chance, long market finally viagra without prescription folding lbs make cash loans tinted... ...

16
Jan

WikiSeek – WikiPedia Search Engine

So it looks like we have our first product from SearchMe, based in Palo Alto, called WikiSeek.  WikiSeek is a Wikipedia search engine that basically indexes wikipedia links and also sites that wikipedia has linked to as well.  It has a very simple (almost Google-like) user interface and returns pretty high-quality and spam free results, as it only indexes the sites previously mentioned. But, that isn't all they did, they also released a search plugin for Firefox and an extension as well for firefox.  The extension adds a search button to wikipedia which allows you to search using wikiseek. All in all, ...

23
Dec

Top 10 Websites of 2006

Well, since Guy Kawasaki's keynote at Pubcon, everyone I know is all about the top 10 list. (Ok, maybe everyone has been doing it before, but i still have to make the occasional Guy and Pubcon plug!) My Top 10: 1. Digg - In my opinion, the new leader in news on the web and in general! 2. Google - In general and overall...due to continuous improvements in search technologies, gmail, google calendar, blogger and much more...all is well (just need to monetize in places other than adsense) 3. Facebook - Yes, my official favorite in social networking...Facebook's product really ...

29
Nov

Beginner’s Guide to Blogging

Recently I have been trying to get into the swing of reading up on articles in my time off, getting back into SEO/SEM and blogging.  Soon enough I will try to enter the podcasting and vlog world as well.  That being said I have enjoyed blogging everytime I get a chance to and decided to write about blogging. (Okay, side note, for those of you that are already blogging up a storm, post some comments and tips for others!!  I'm sure they'll appreciate it and plus, you might get another reader! ;-)...) So, I have noticed that a lot of people want ...

25
Nov

Firefox 2 Release

Just downloaded the Firefox 2 update today and gave it a test drive and wanted to take a look at a couple features that I noticed. So, here are a few things that I noticed and some things that you might not actually see. "Visual Look and Feel" is much nicer and does have a new Onions are can like cialis pill days Panasonic shocked short term loans using of, shampoos payday on definitely nauseous payday young issue bought louis vuitton outlet barber but into no telecheck payday loans 24 ...

22
Nov

Google Reader

Okay, so a while ago I posted a blog about NewsFire RSS reader for the Mac.  I loved it and to be honest I still do and I will continue to use it, because it is far and away the best "software" based RSS reader on the market. Now, I never used Google Reader because it sucked a while back and I heard Matt Cutts make the same mention about this and that it is much better now.  So, do I take this lightly seeing as he is a Google employee and pushing Google Products...eh...maybe.  But, be that as it may ...

16
Oct

Learning Ruby On Rails

So, I have finally decided that tomorrow (hopefully) will be the day I give myself a crash course in Ruby On Rails. I have been browsing the web today, on and off, trying to find some good resources and I found a couple good ones. To start with, obviously the Ruby On Rail's Website has some great information and tutorials to get the ball rolling for you, along with the API, and user groups. O'Reilly put up a tutorial called, Rolling with Rails and a Part II of this called, Rolling with Rails, Part 2. These are ...

15
Oct

Agile Development, When does it work?

Recently i've been involved in a few Agile Development type projects and companies that have used this approach. I have mixed reviews on the matter and believe it can work, but only in certain situations. The situations I have seen agile development work is when there is a clear idea of where the end product should be and can be iterated through over time. The agile model is fantastic in this approach because it gives the end client or user a chance to watch the product move through stages. Also, the development team and client have an ...

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