by Max Lee on October 26th, 2009
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video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjN5avRvApk Want to learn about history of Google? Google has recently introduced a 2-minute video explaining Google’s history in just about 2 minutes. ...
by Max Lee on October 16th, 2009
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Digg, which has been using mostly Google Adsense ads and private ads to raise revenue, recently introduced their new “contextual” sponsored Digg ads. I actually noticed this yesterday (or 2 days ago I don’t remember), I actually thought somehow I was on the wrong page.  Upon close ...
by Max Lee on October 14th, 2009
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(See on Stattt.com) It appears that LinkedIn.com is growing well, like weed really.  I have been starting to use more LinkedIn for connecting with people, I find it a great resource for connecting with other business-minded people.  Also, when I go to tradeshows, a lot of people will have their p ...
by Max Lee on October 13th, 2009
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Twitter’s biggest problems lay in that it’s hard to filter out spam followers but Twitter has recently added a new feature that lets Twitters to report spammers directly using its right-click feature along with unfollow buttons.  I think this is a great idea for filtering out spam on Tw ...
by Max Lee on October 13th, 2009
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I have always been intrigued by how simple Google keeps their designs, almost minimalist styles if you have noticed.  According to this new article/interview by TechRadar.com, that is exactly what Google design team is doing, to focus on the “search” users: Search is such a fragile inte ...
by Max Lee on October 12th, 2009
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Google has just added two new features that will help me and other people using GoogleDocs to be more efficient. The first feature is that now you can upload multiple files at once.    That is a relief for me when I am doing multiple-file projects such as writing an E-book. The second feature now ...
by Max Lee on October 8th, 2009
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GoogleMaps is getting better and better, Google has added new, additional high-res imagery in several areas across the US.  They have also added some really cool features like being able to see street-view images of zoos in Japan.  I really hope they add zoos in the US though like the SF Zoo here. ...
by Max Lee on October 7th, 2009
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Today, I saw TechCrunch’s article on how Google has changed their search buttons to be more “sexy”.  I went over to Google.com and lo’ and behold, the new search buttons! However insignificant this sounds to you, it’s very significant for me as I have been studying Goo ...
by Max Lee on October 3rd, 2009
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Wow, I never seen anything like this before.  (Couple weeks ago, GMail was down, but not EVERYTHING!) First, I couldn’t access my GMail. Second, I couldn’t access my Adsense.  I also noticed that most my blogs are right now even showing ads. Third, I went to search on Google for what G ...
 

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