Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Don't Underestimate Searchwiki

I think you're all underestimating this tool. You can simultaneously pubish poste to Blogger and share Published posts via Twitter, Faxebook, or your Graduating Class' Google Or Yahoo Group. Ignore at your own risk.

in reference to:

"However, it should be noted that not everyone is going to download the browser toolbar and see the comments. Out of that subset of the population, fewer of them will actually place comments or participate in the discussions."
- Google Force Feeds Social Media On The World | Social Media Explorer (view on Google Sidewiki)

A Great Rant About Twitter's Suggested User List

I consider this a must read. Scoble's at the top of his game. Twitter's got some 'splainin to do, but don't hold your breath while waiting.

in reference to: You’re not on Twitter’s suggested user list but you are in good company: (view on Google Sidewiki)

Monday, September 28, 2009

Unwanted Software from Apple

For a long time now, I've wasted time unchecking items that are useless to me. I've never owned an ipod or iphone. I don't need mobileme, safari, for most of the time apple has pushed it has been a security problem in Windows, but that hasn't slowed apple down. Not one bit

in reference to: http://blogs.zdnet.com/Bott/ (view on Google Sidewiki)

Friday, September 25, 2009

We're in a service war

This is Bings attempt to differ from other engines by making life easier for the searcher. Booble has already begun to respond. For the casual searcher, Bing might be more useful. Definitely more usable.
in reference to: Bing - Deep Links Makes Life As A New Mom Easier - Search Blog - Bing Community (view on Google Sidewiki)

Deeper Links in the Chain of Competition

Competition is a beautiful thing. Bing uses deep links as a standard feature. Google shows more deep links in varied contexts and formats. May the user win.

in reference to: Yes, Google Is Showing Deeper Sitelinks In Different Formats (view on Google Sidewiki)
con·cept: September 2009