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3:00 AM ET, September 25, 2006

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Google's dirty little secret  —  ... AND HOW IT CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOUR SEARCH ENGINE TRAFFIC  —  Most traffic to websites nowadays comes through search engines.  In Europe, this means mostly Google.  However, Google segments their traffic based on location.
Discussion: Search Engine Journal and digg
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
Googleyness: Inside The Google System  —  For some great weekend reading, check out this Fortune magazine article that gets inside the great Google brain.  Some extracts that I enjoyed...  Later in the article it states that Google has released "at least 83 full-fledged and test-stage products" …
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Pew Internet:
The Future of the Internet II  —  A survey of internet leaders, activists, and analysts shows that a majority agree with predictions that by 2020:  — A low-cost global network will be thriving and creating new opportunities in a "flattening" world.  — Humans will remain in charge of technology …
Nik Cubrilovic / TalkCrunch:
Episode 12: Featuring Om Malik, Robert Scoble and Michael Arrington  —  Episode 12 of TalkCrunch features Robert Scoble at Scobleizer, Om Malik at Gigaom and Michael Arrington at TechCrunch.  They speak for just over an hour about their favorite startups and the hot news this week in tech.
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Om Malik / GigaOM:
TalkCrunch, VoIP Start Ups and Digg
Discussion: Somewhat Frank and Mark Evans
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Podcast with Om Malik and Robert Scoble
Discussion: The Blog Herald
Zack Stern / Joystiq:
Free CDX adventure game released with BBC tie-in  —  The BBC History website has launched the first episode in its multi-part adventure game, CDX.  Acting as a companion to the current BBC series, Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire, the game's story follows a character who supplies a Roman dagger to the BBC TV production.
Discussion: Wonderland
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Jay / Jay is Games:
CDX  —  Just launched by the BBC History team along with the design and technical prowess of those amazing Preloaded folks (wasn't I just pining for something new from them?), CDX is a brand new multi-episode adventure game that uses real actors and video segments to spin a tale of mystery …
Discussion: digg
Evan Blass / Engadget:
With "pod" on lockdown, Apple goes after "podcast"  —  Now that Apple's lawyers have scared the pants off of small entrepreneurs selling products like the Profit Pod and TightPod — items that have nothing to with portable audio in any way, mind you — it seems that the next targets are companies …
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Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
In Search Of The Valley: DVD movie released today  —  A new documentary on Silicon Valley premieres today on DVD.  It was directed by my friend Steve O'Hear, who I met over the Web earlier this year and now work with on my corporate blogging project called Micro Media Corp. 'In Search …
Discussion: digg
Alexander Gratz / TamsPalm-the Palm OS Blog:
A true x86 emulator for Palm - first facts and pics  —  A few days ago I got a mail from the developer who ported an emulator that lets you use real PC apps on a Palm.  It's the Palm OS port of the well-known DOS emulator DOSBox.  It doesn't only emulate an x86 CPU but also a DOS environment …
Marshall Kirkpatrick / TechCrunch:
Attensa 2.0 reads feeds and multimedia in Outlook, for free  —  Enterprise RSS and Attention company Attensa has released version 2.0 of their plug-in for Outlook and there are a number of notable changes that have been made.  Most important, Attensa 2.0 is free.
Discussion: Somewhat Frank
Neil Patel / Pronet Advertising:
Making your blog popular through content  —  As a blogger one of your goals might be to become popular.  You might be able to do this by optimizing your blog or by using the diverse social mediums out there today.  These methods are great and can really boost your popularity, but they are usually not in your control.
Discussion: digg
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
Farecast expands airfare predictions; just know when to use them.  —  Farecast, the start-up that predicts whether airfares are about to go up or down (earlier coverage here), has expanded predictions for 20 more airport destinations, bringing the total to 75 airports.
Cool Tools:
Roomba Vacuum  —  It finally happened, an off-the-shelf household robot that works and pays back even the early-adopter price.  —  For less than $200 you get a vacuum cleaner the size of coffee-table book (though round) which has robotic smarts and its own battery.  The main thing is, it works.
Discussion: Listics
Ken Fisher / Ars Technica:
Post-RC1 Vista build temporarily available  —  Microsoft has quietly released a build of Windows Vista that is more recent than Release Candidate 1 (build 5600), which debuted at the beginning of this month.  The new build is numbered 5728, and comes with a number of caveats.
Darren Murph / Engadget:
Nobu intros N8 touchscreen in-wall PC  —  So if the JackPC is lacking in the power / functionality department, and you're going for that svelte, in-wall look to complement your flush WiFi installation, Nobu's got just the thing.  Known for its sleek in-wall PC designs, Nobu is busting …
Discussion: digg
Light Reading:
10 Meg Is Here!  —  6:00 AM — I just boosted my bandwidth again, this time to 10 Mbit/s.  Charter Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: CHTR - message board), my service provider, charges me a little more because I don't take their TV service along with my bandwidth subscription.
Discussion: PaulStamatiou.com
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Om Malik / GigaOM:
Bandwidth, Its Getting Cheaper
Discussion: IP Democracy
Randall Stross / New York Times:
The Big Gamble on Electronic Voting  —  HANGING chads made it difficult to read voter intentions in 2000.  Hotel minibar keys may do the same for the elections in November.  —  The mechanics of voting have undergone a major change since the imbroglio that engulfed presidential balloting in 2000.
Discussion: IP Democracy
 
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