The Guelph Mercury has a page mocking charities (or so it seems).
Everybody remembers the days when Yellow Pages was the place to get all business information you needed. You wanted a service or product, didn’t know where to get it, you looked into the Yellow Pages. However, times have changed dramatically.
On December 1 Ryan Seacrest, Lady Gaga, Serena Williams and Justin Timberlake will stop tweeting and posting on facebook. Videos of their deaths will be posted online where people will be able to see them in their coffins. All of this has been organized by Alicia Keys and will not stop until $1 million dollars is raised.
Twitter had a “big” press conference yesterday evening. They sent out invitations with little explanation of what was about to be revealed. The invitees felt the excitement in the air, the secret was filling the room and the Twitter employees giddily smiled, barely containing the secret.
The internet has come from being a toy for little geeks like me hidden in a basement to an everyday tool for everyone. Bolggers get press passes and Canada’s Prime Minister does a YouTube response to the Speech to the Throne with questions from the public.
They just released several things out and plan on stomping on everything and everyone of their competitors.
Have you noticed the new über-cool fading effect in the Google’s home page?
Once upon a time there was a little wave that came to shore. And then, a little raindrop began to fall. Google Wave and Mozilla Raindrop.
I get a lot of news from my RSS feeds every day. Usually I skim through looking for any relevant news. Today, I found out that we are on the edge of science fiction! Well, maybe not so much the edge, but it is a bit of fun and interesting news.
As soon as Bing came out and announced it, Google was not far behind. We last heard that Google was in the talks with Twitter and they have apparently closed the deal.
Windows 7 has beaten Harry Potter’s Amazon UK preorder record. It is officially the most preordered item in the history of Amazon UK. That is something interesting. I keep wondering if Windows 7 will be as good as it seems.
Direct from Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco, we receive news of the future in search. What is being called “real time search” is coming to a search engine near you.
Bing is up for all those who care (about 10 people worldwide). Read my rant.
You may have noticed that Bing’s webmaster center is down. Should we call it the Pink note of death?
The Federal Trade Commission in the US has recently released new guidelines for endorsements. That usually makes no ping online, but as it is, the FTC has added that bloggers are also to be regulated.