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  • me 10:40 am on January 6, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Google, news apps,   

    “The AP, normally at the front of the line, found itself behind Google – and behind WNYC, which paired its data with a news application built by one person over Christmas vacation.”

    How Google beat AP with Iowa caucus results (and why it matters)
     
  • me 10:52 am on October 25, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Google, ,   

    Making search social and thereby staying relevant.

    “Google+ is NOT going to get your friends and family.

    Google+ is NOT going to get the news media.

    So, what’s Google+ for, then?

    Here’s what Vic should start hammering ON EVERY APPEARANCE:

    Google+ is for finding, and talking with, the people who are interested in the same thing you are.

    Facebook is NOT a good place to do THAT. Does Facebook have a search engine? No! Can you find other people interested in Autism on Facebook? NO! You can on Google+ https://plus.google.com/s/Autism.”

    That’s from Robert Scoble’s post on G+: Why Google won’t talk about stats and why there is blood in the water.

    UPDATE: Or as Guy Kawasaki put it recently on TWiT’s Triangulation:

    Facebook is for people. Google+ is for passions.

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  • me 1:51 pm on October 21, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Amazon, career, Google, life   

    Career advice from Steve Yegge.

    Highly recommended for anyone who thinks they are confident and competent in what they do.

     
  • me 11:33 am on October 19, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Google, ,   

    Making search more secure:

    “…websites you visit from our organic search listings will still know that you came from Google, but won’t receive information about each individual query. They can also receive an aggregated list of the top 1,000 search queries that drove traffic to their site for each of the past 30 days through Google Webmaster Tools.

    I know a lot of people who aren’t but should be familiar with the Google Webmaster Tools suite. Now’s probably a pretty good time to get that going.

     
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