When searching “world war” in Google, the prompted result is “World War Z” followed by three results for the same. I’m sure An Oral History of the Zombie War is fascinating stuff, but it just leaves me a little bit sad. So much for non-zombie history, I suppose. And if this is where semantic search [...]
I’m not much of an interior designer, to say the least. In fact, a room with a nice couch, a desk, a TV, and a great Internet connection sounds just about perfect. Luckily, my wife has made sure our house doesn’t look like a prison Internet café. I do very much enjoy grabbing cool images [...]
Can bloggers publish opinions on the Internet without contacting companies that they’re writing about first?
I can't mark the exact moment when I made Hulu one of the regular stops during my web-drenched day, but I do know that it was sometime around two years ago. While I'll certainly stop by YouTube to check out the latest UGC meme or dig up some video of brilliant obscurity, Hulu is more [...]
Online advertising is “booming,” according to The New York Times… if they’re running before, after, or during a video, that is. Therefore, many bloggers and industry observers are going to be keeping a close eye on Google’s experimentation with “skippable” online video ads, or advertising that can be “clicked off” to skip the ad and [...]
via google.com Google’s logo has morphed into crop circles today… pretty cool!
via mashable.com Facebook + FriendFeed vs. iGoogle: the next great social networking battle? Posted via web from Eric Berlin\’s posterous
I’m a little under the weather (southern California turned our version of “freezing cold” over the weekend, who knew?) so just want to quickly point out a fantastic bit within an interesting piece by Louis Gray titled My 2008 Tech Predictions Look Bad As Year Nears a Close. I’ve been ruminating lately over the brilliant [...]
The following are some stories that have piqued my cultist interests over the last day or twoâ€¦ * Seth MacFarlane’s Cavalcade of Comedy launches Back in June, I speculated that the future of content may come in the form of a Cavalcade. It’ll likely take some time to see how the unique partnership with Google [...]
High powered PR behind a major new web product launch is critical to getting the word out these days. There’s so much competition for attention, so much flat out going on with the interwebs at any given time that a coordinated series of press hits is one of the few ways to get on the [...]