- Cuil stats - the early numbers.
- Yahoo is still searching for, well, Yahoo.
- Why Microsoft will try again for Yahoo in 2009.
- Time Warner is ready to deal AOL components.
- With automated tagging, Web links can surprise.
- Yahoo CEO faces shareholders.
- Google Translation Center, a new human translations service.
- Privacy watchdog hoists Google by its own petard.
- Did Google kill journalism?
- Yahoo! Maps gets a summer-time refresh.
- Can we please kill the Google killer talk?
- Email spammers be warned - you are hurting your SEO.
SE Newslets (Again)
Posted 06 August 2008 - 12:59 AM
Posted 06 August 2008 - 08:08 AM
.. and they used to say that August was a slow news month.
Posted 06 August 2008 - 09:50 AM
:embarrassed: But as I've said before - I get all these through on email newsletters so literally cut and paste them for here... Can't take the credit myself ;-)
Posted 06 August 2008 - 04:40 PM
Posted 12 August 2008 - 10:50 AM
- Google?s Olympic specials.
- Google, Yahoo partially disclose terms of ad pact.
- Google: AOL investment fallen in value.
- Does Google have an organic growth problem?
- Is Google a content company?
- New enhancements on the Google content network.
- Google makes Brazil center of Latin American operations.
- Google StreetView now includes more US cities, Japan and Australia.
- Google launches MP3 search in China.
- Wikia Evolution wants uses to interact with search.
- Google allows itself a special ad.
Posted 19 August 2008 - 08:40 AM
- Google fixes crawling problems with Blogger blogs.
- Google News now available for Turkey and several African countries.
- You can now use AdSense to place ads in your RSS feeds.
- Google still search leader in customer satisfaction.
- Yahoo drops syntax for composing more complex search queries.
- Live Search offers local ads on Live Search maps.
- GraphOn files patent suit against Google.
- India's Supreme Court is suing Google, Yahoo and Microsoft for allowing certain ads.
- Google faces defamation lawsuit in India.
- What are the most important factors to Google Maps UK rankings?
- How a search engine might handle singular and plural queries.
- Wikia Search, Cuil trailing Google by a long shot.
- Interview with Google chief executive Eric Schmidt.
Posted 26 August 2008 - 10:38 AM
- Yahoo Site Explorer gets a makeover.
- Translate words with Google's translation onebox.
- Google making SSL changes, other sites quiet.
- Yandex announces new logo in Russia.
- Google's favorable foreign exchange rate to hit bump.
- Can Google crack the TV ad market?
- Google's calculator does not always return correct results.
- Yahoo Search launches iPhone Safari version.
Posted 02 September 2008 - 09:22 AM
- Google tests AdWords ads at the end of the search results.
- Google tests two video results on one result page.
- Microsoft acquires comparison shopping site Ciao.com.
- Google to buy GeoEye satellite imagery.
- Google cuts off Forestle.
- Windows Live search tricks you may not know about.
- Mozilla extends lucrative deal with Google for 3 years.
Posted 09 September 2008 - 09:45 AM
- Google now digitizes newspapers.
- At 10-year mark, Google's glossy facade shows cracks.
- Google starts the Googler for a day competition.
- Big marketers challenge Google-Yahoo deal.
- Revamped Google Picasa site identifies photo faces.
- Google cedes Belgium to Germany.
- Google Chrome changes how Yahoo Publisher Network ads are displayed.
- Google v.s. Hakia.com.
- Google at age 10.
Posted 16 September 2008 - 11:43 AM
- Debunking Google's log anonymization propaganda.
- Google fundamentally changes the way they handle 302 redirects.
- Google Chrome Q&A.
- Google wants your Hotmail, Yahoo and AOL contacts.
- WAN communiqu? on the proposed Google-Yahoo deal.
- Google: Monopoly or marketplace?
- Search engine Cuil is valued at absurdly high level of $200M, despite flop.
- BOTW in talks to purchase DMOZ directory from AOL.
- Google introduces mobile search with My Location.
- Yahoo revamps sites to add third-party content.
- Fantastic Short URL service is launched by Pierre Far
Posted 23 September 2008 - 09:33 AM
- Why the Google-Yahoo ad deal is something to fear.
- Google: The democratization of data.
- GE drops Google, selects Zoho.
- Google throws down open source gauntlet.
- What?s next for Yahoo? (Merging with AOL? New execs?)
- Why Google needs better antitrust advice.
- Analyzing Cuil.
Posted 28 October 2008 - 08:58 AM
- Google street view tidbits.
- A new Google AdWords ad format?
- A new (fighter) jet for Google's founders?
- Is Google liable for typosquatting domains that use AdSense?
- Does Google hate WordPress and other blog platforms?
- Don't be evil? Google uses shady ad tactics to edge out competitor.
- Baidu shares take a hit after 3Q results.
- Ongoing phishing attack exposes Yahoo accounts.
Posted 13 November 2008 - 03:04 AM
- Microsoft tries to steal Verizon deal from Google.
- Google improves its AdSense ad filter.
- Google CEO on Obama tech czar job: No thanks.
- Google and Microsoft executives trade jabs.
- Hitwise ranks election traffic to news sites.
- Russian company to sue Google for $3 billion for contextual ads technology.
- Google's China market share to grow in 2009.
- Microsoft in web search deal with Sun.
Posted 18 November 2008 - 10:12 AM
- Google adds ads in new places.
- Take a look at Google's made-for-iPhone sites.
- Google China's learning curve.
- How Google can fix company and stock.
- Telemundo drops Yahoo, taps MSN Latino instead.
- Google looks to users' needs.
- Privacy groups target Google Flu Trends.
- Google faces 'Street View block'.
- Google confuses NYC tourists in subway system.
- UCLA study finds that searching the Internet increases brain function.
- Why is Google running ads for known malware sites?
- Google analyst: "Worst economic environment in our collective lifetimes".
Posted 18 November 2008 - 11:25 AM
Google’s stock price closed yesterday at $291, the first time it has dropped below $300 since 2005. It’s 44% off of its 52-week high of $725. Most analysts think its cheap and getting cheaper - the average price target is still over $500. Former analyst Henry Blodget, however, thinks it could fall to $200
Posted 18 November 2008 - 11:28 AM
Posted 18 November 2008 - 11:38 AM
It's interesting to me, as an ex-employee of Verticannet, once a Dot Com darling, to see Google "drop" to around $300/share, which was Vert's high point (or a tad above $300). When I left VERT, it was around $2.00 a share. The drop was hard and swift and that was only 6 years ago.
And the pain still lingers....because they laid off hundreds of us who weren't fully vested and we got nothing and those had something and didn't sell in time, left with nothing.
Posted 18 November 2008 - 11:43 AM
Sad how the increase always leads to a decrease. Hopefully the government will stop with these 'bailouts' and let nature take it's course. Even if it means layoffs, the leaders need to learn and putting a bandaid on a gushing wound isn't going to solve anything.
Sad to hear that about your experience Kim, see what being an entrepreneur, lead to in your life? A great company and smarter wisdom, than your previous employers.
Posted 18 November 2008 - 11:49 AM
(I still look for opportunities for me to grow...but I'd have to be dragged kicking and screaming back into a corporate environment.)
Posted 18 November 2008 - 11:55 AM
Too many businesses think they got things covered when they have no real money. It's all in credit. Sadly this is where I am now but the first steps are spending money in a new business, not saving it. It's only in later steps, you get out of debt and have a solid savings.
America's corporations have become 'spend spend spend' when they don't realize, they are increasing their debt to someone and if the business doesn't succeed, they can't pay it off, which in turn causes them to go bankrupt, and in turn hurts the lendor.
I'm sure there are plenty of smart business people out there but I think a majority of them are small business owners because they've been burned in the past by stupid decisions of big corporations.
I could be over-exagerating things but hey, it's my micro opinion
Posted 25 November 2008 - 01:08 PM
How being a DMOZ editor helps webmasters improve their skills.
DMOZ is still around?
Posted 02 December 2008 - 09:16 AM
- Yahoo is still the biggest player in Japan.
- How to disable Google's SearchWiki.
- Google ads for terrorism spotted on Mumbai stories.
- Google reveals Chrome extensions plan.
- Yahoo and Virgin agree British mobile search deal.
- Google makes Wales Little Britain.
- Google launches Street View in New Zealand.
- Another 500K photos for Google Earth.
- Breaking: Google News doesn't break tech news.
- You're leaving a digital trail. What about privacy?
- Chinese Internet giant sacks staff over paid for search listings.
- Security firm: Google's Orkut being used to spread Trojans.
Posted 09 December 2008 - 11:34 AM
- Microsoft offers to reduce search data in Europe.
- Is Google ready to make (unpleasant) history?
- New AdWords options for iPhone and G1.
- Google Software Update sneaks its way onto computers.
- Google on worst band in the world.
- An update to the AdWords alcohol policy.
- Hogan's Litvack discusses Google/Yahoo.
- Google uses 21 times more bandwidth than it pays for.
Posted 16 December 2008 - 09:47 AM
- Advertisers face hurdles on social networking sites.
- New Google Earth imagery December 2008.
- Google Chrome receives lowest password security score.
- Google wants its own fast track on the web.
- Google off list of 20 most trusted companies.
- Google extends AdSense for domains to all publishers.
Posted 16 December 2008 - 11:32 AM
Google Inc. has approached major cable and phone companies that carry Internet traffic with a proposal to create a fast lane for its own content, according to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. Google has traditionally been one of the loudest advocates of equal network access for all content providers.
This doesn't surprise me
Posted 16 December 2008 - 12:15 PM
If the WSJ can't get Wall Street right don't expect Fox, The Print Version, to get tech news correct.
What Google is suggesting is edge cacheing, placing mini-Google data centres next to each telecoms data centre to speed up query responce time. And enormously decrease their internet bandwidth use. It would be a data centre agreement. Actually if the telecoms had any vision, sense, ability, etc. they'd have already offered up such data centre cacheing to all sorts of big players.
Google is playing fair - and smart. The telecoms are playing dinosaurs. And the WSJ is once again talking through their hat.
Posted 16 December 2008 - 01:41 PM
Posted 16 December 2008 - 01:57 PM
No No No!!!
I totally trust your judgment and insight on this, iamlost, so I shall keep an open mind!
I appreciate that you trust my judgement and insight (may just print that out and frame it )
make your own determination following your own research.
I will say that there have been some articles written where edge cacheing seems contrary to various Google prior statements about net neutrality. That is one issue.
Another is whether edge cacheing is new - it is not. Various other big web players already do some here and there. Google would be a follower not an innovator.
As I mentioned previously the telecoms are really missing the boat by not offering edge cacheing to all. Currently those doing it have made individual agreements and deployed their own (I believe) hardware. The status quo effectively limits players to those with the credit and ability. It could be otherwise.
A couple of my sites are mirrored. Sort of a poor mans version of edge cacheing. In either instance the result is fewer hops, less latency and improved user experience.
Perhaps how one defines net neutrality makes a difference.
Which is an
Posted 23 December 2008 - 09:27 AM
- Is the honeymoon really over for Google?
- Chinese search engine Baidu opens R&D center in Shanghai.
- Google improves ancient Rome 3D.
- Snow conditions of Alpine skiing resorts in Google Earth.
- Mozilla CEO: Ties with Google 'complicated' since Chrome.
- ComScore: YouTube now 25 percent of all Google searches.
Posted 23 December 2008 - 09:37 AM
No, really? It's like Google having a baby with another partner. And then they turn around and start comparing the kids.
- Mozilla CEO: Ties with Google 'complicated' since Chrome.
Who needs a soap opera when we have the tech industry.
Prediction: MS will invest in Mozilla within the next 2 years.
Posted 23 December 2008 - 01:24 PM
Prediction: MS will invest in Mozilla within the next 2 years.
Was thinking that myself... If only bookies to tech bets
Posted 30 December 2008 - 11:00 AM
- Yahoo India hiring plans on.
- The Top 10 health search engines of 2008.
- Google Alerts sometimes seems to send false alerts.
- Google 'set to launch Street View service in the UK in spring'.
- Paid click growth will benefit Google.
- Big brother Google?
- Internet overtakes newspapers as news source.
Posted 30 December 2008 - 11:44 AM
Posted 30 December 2008 - 12:21 PM
Posted 30 December 2008 - 01:16 PM
That may be true, Lee, however most of us do not normally receive Tatooine emails.
As I have said before, I don't actually do much of the hunting just take the news from emails I have subscribed to
So, thank you for sharing (and parsing).
Lee -> -> :thumbs:
Posted 06 January 2009 - 09:23 AM
- Google in push to gain e-mail market share.
- Building a bridge in Google Earth.
- Microsoft Live Analytics SSL expired?
- Google Euro logo.
- Google Android netbooks on their way, likely by 2010.
- Internet Explorer's share of the browser market fell below 70%.
- Google not doing so well with the Chinese New Year.
- China steps up internet censors' scrutiny.
Edited by lee.n3o, 06 January 2009 - 09:24 AM.
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