Archive for the ‘google’ Category



by Max Lee on May 26th, 2008
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In the recent attack by Viacom to Google’s (GOOG) Youtube, Viacom is money hungry sorta like a vampire. I believe Youtube is actually helping Viacom more than it’s hurting them through distribution networks never thought possible before. Think about how many countries that “donR ...
by Max Lee on May 25th, 2008
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Download latest version of Flash to view video!. Click Here to View in Full Screen Mode Here’s a video overview of Google’s San Francisco office.  Wow, I did not know they were in San Francisco until this blog post. The Google SF has nice views of the Bay Bridge.  Better yet, they shou ...
by Max Lee on May 21st, 2008
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It’s quite interesting how many failures Google will go through to make a cool new web app or product. Check out the Top 10 Google flubs, flops, and failures over at PC World. Hey, it’s not a bad thing, you must fail more than you succeed to actually be successful. ...
by Max Lee on May 21st, 2008
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Google is changing their algorithm constantly and their algorithm will never be accessible fully by the public to protect against competition and abusers. The best thing to do for you as a webmaster?  Create great content and focus only on content.  As long as you have great content, Google algori ...
by Max Lee on May 20th, 2008
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Well, I’ve never been a real fan of Facebook since I get so much spam with facebook apps my friends send me and I don’t want to spend 5 minutes doing any of that.  But my friends are really into facebook and it’s like drugs for them. The news that Facebook traffic declines 10% in ...
by Max Lee on May 19th, 2008
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Google (GOOG) has just announced that they are opening up their content network to 3rd party companies such as DoubleClick. This isn’t something new since DoubleClick has been already been working with Google before but it’s a good thing for advertisers and publishers since now you can ...
by Max Lee on May 18th, 2008
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MapBuilder allows you to build customized detailed maps without knowledge of the GoogleMaps or Yahoo Maps API. apBuilder.net a tool that helps site visitors build Google Maps. It is a basic site that explains step-by-step how to create a Google or Yahoo Map of any place, for any purpose. It is a fa ...
by Max Lee on May 18th, 2008
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Wow, Google celebrates birthday of Walter Gropius today. It’s obvious now they are biased about which holidays to celebrate. Now, it’d be way cooler if they could provide a public schedule of Google celebrated holidays. ...
by Max Lee on May 17th, 2008
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Google Translate, a free translator provided by Google (GOOG), now is capable of translating 10 more languages. WIth Google Translate AJAX API for API developers in place, Google should be able to keep adding more and more languages as time goes on. In addition, Google translate can now detect a l ...

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