Anthony Zumpano / brandchannel.com:
Similar Search Results: Google Wins — Global: Bow to Your Google — Google hogged technology headlines and spread its ubiquity (which is a nice way of saying "world dominance") throughout 2006. The dust barely cleared on its US$ 900 million deal with News Corporation to provide service …
Discussion: Screenwerk and Blogging Stocks
Greg Sterling / Screenwerk: Battle of the Brands — Interbrand announced the world's …
Tom Taulli / Blogging Stocks: 2006's Top Brand? Of course, it's Google
Rachel Sanderson / Reuters:
YouTube and Wikipedia storm to top brand ranking — LONDON (Reuters) - Internet firm Google has again pipped Apple to the top spot in a global brand ranking that also sees YouTube and Wikipedia debut in the top five, a survey showed on Friday. — The annual survey by online branding …
Discussion: Google Watch and Search Engine Land
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land: Google, YouTube, & Wikipedia All On Top 2006 Brand List
Seclists.Org shut down by Myspace and GoDaddy — Many of you reported that our SecLists.Org security mailing list — archive was down most of yesterday (Wed), and all you really need to — know is that we're back up and running! But I'm going into rant mode — anyway in case you care for the details.
Discussion: Techdirt, Slashdot, Mashable!, 27B Stroke 6 and broadbandreports.com
Pete Cashmore / Mashable!: Who Sucks More - GoDaddy or MySpace?
Kevin Poulsen / 27B Stroke 6: GoDaddy Defends SecLists Takedown
Declan McCullagh / CNET News.com:
GoDaddy pulls security site after MySpace complaints — update A popular computer security Web site was abruptly yanked offline this week by MySpace.com and GoDaddy, the world's largest domain name registrar, raising questions about free speech and Internet governance.
Isabel Wang / theWHIR.com Blogs: GoDaddy Hits Bump on Road to Super Bowl
Kevin Poulsen / 27B Stroke 6: MySpace Allegedly Kills Computer Security Website
Elinor Mills / CNET News.com:
This Web site can name that tune — Do you ever find yourself humming a song whose title, to your frustration, you don't know or can't remember? New search Web site Midomi is designed to actually identify that song for you in as little as 10 seconds. — Launching in beta mode on Friday …
Discussion: Computerworld Blogs blogs, ResourceShelf, Neowin.net and Good Morning Silicon Valley
Robert L. Mitchell / Computerworld Blogs blogs: Mystery collator moves from astrological auto accidents to MARS Search
Emil Protalinski / Neowin.net: This Web Site can name that Tune
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
Hum along, and Midomi recognizes your song — Midomi, a new company in Silicon Valley (Sunnyvale), has just launched an impressive musical search service. — If you hum, or sing a song, Midomi will likely recognize what you're singing. So if you get a song in your head, and you don't know what it is, go to Midomi.
Daniel Terdiman / CNET News.com:
Inside the Lucasfilm data center — SAN FRANCISCO—Given the cult-film status of 1971's THX 1138 in the George Lucas universe, it should come as little surprise that the total capacity of Lucasfilm's giant data center is 11.38 petabits per second. — Granted, that number …
Isabel Wang / theWHIR.com Blogs:
This 10,000 Square Foot Data Center Has 300+ 10 Gig Ports!! — I read about it on CNet. What you see about is Lucasfilm's data center. Its network features 300 10-gig ports and 1,500 1-gig ports. Every digital artist within the company has a desktop with gigabit connectivity.
Discussion: Data Center Knowledge
Gord Hotchkiss / Search Engine Land:
Q&A With Marissa Mayer, Google VP, Search Products & User Experience — Marissa Mayer has been the driving force behind Google's Spartan look and feel from the very earliest days. In this wide-ranging interview, I talked with Marissa about everything from interface design to user behavior …
Discussion: Google Blogoscoped
Marissa Mayer / Google Blogoscoped: Marissa Mayer On Search Usability
Jeremyliew / Lightspeed Venture Partners Blog:
Failure IS an option — There have been a lot of posts on startups laying people off, losing founders or closing down in the last couple of months, part of the natural cycle in the valley. But what has disturbed me has been some of the mean spirited things that have been left in the comments to some of those postings.
Discussion: GigaOM and Feld Thoughts
Robert Young / GigaOM: Bankruptcy: The Opportunity to Fail
AACS confirms hacks on high-definition DVD players — LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A consortium of movie studios and technology companies backing the encryption system for high-definition DVDs on Thursday confirmed that hackers have stolen "title keys" and used them to decrypt high-definition DVDs through flaws in DVD player software.
Sam Sethi / Vecosys:
Is Google building the Attention Economy? — For the last two years I have been tracking a terminology called attention metadata. About 12 months ago some friends and I became really excited about the possibilities of creating a new discovery engine based on sharing our attention.
Discussion: Are You Paying Attention? and Data Mining
Matthew Hurst / Data Mining: Feed Reader Trends
Inside Google Book Search:
Books: Mapped — One of the first things I did upon moving to New York City was to buy some books about this great metropolis: guide books, historical accounts, collections of stories from famous reporters. My excitement grew with each word I read. However, being unfamiliar with the streets …
Discussion: Google Blogoscoped, Search Engine Land, Google Operating System, Feld Thoughts and Googlified
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land: SearchCap: The Day In Search, Jan. 26, 2007
Ionut Alex. Chitu / Google Operating System: Mapping the Locations Mentioned in a Book
Haochi / Googlified: Google Books Mapped
Phil Windley / Between the Lines:
White-box cell phones — At the Mobile Identity Workshop today Doc Searls led a discussion of white-box, or open phones. The problem is that, at least in the US, phones are tied to a particular carrier and have features crippled to force certain business models. Want to write software for the phone?
Discussion: Doc Searls' IT Garage
After the honeymoon: the Nintendo Wii — Do Wii still love it? — When I look back on my review of the Nintendo Wii and a few other comments I have made about the system since then, one thing jumps out at me: I said multiple times how great it was that Nintendo would have ample supplies …
Discussion: Go Nintendo and digg
RawmeatCowboy / Go Nintendo: After the honeymoon: The Wii
Owen Thomas / Business 2.0 Beta:
Amazon.com Launches Its Own Wikipedia — Amazon.com (AMZN) has, without much fanfare, launched Amapedia, a "wiki" site that lets users collaboratively edit its pages like Wikipedia. They key difference is that Amapedia is all about products, and its users have to be registered Amazon.com shoppers.
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb: The New Face of Amazon - Tags, Ajax, Plogs & Wikis
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb:
Amazon Quietly Launches Amapedia, a Wikipedia For Products
Amazon Quietly Launches Amapedia, a Wikipedia For Products
Discussion: O'Reilly Radar, Mathew Ingram and digg
Brady Forrest / O'Reilly Radar: Amazon Plunges Further into Wikis with Amapedia
Mathew Ingram / mathewingram.com/work: A Wikipedia dedicated to shopping
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Ex-Yahoo Exec now Pageflakes CEO — Dan Cohen, till very recently Head of My Yahoo business for Sunnyvale, California-based web media and search company, has joined personalized web page start-up Pageflakes as its chief executive officer, according to our sources.
Discussion: Mashable!, Martin Varsavsky and Search Engine Land
Pete Cashmore / Mashable!: Midomi, Zypsy, Google Bombs, Pageflakes, AnswerU, PopteenUS
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land: Dan Cohen, Ex-Yahoo Lead, New CEO of Pageflakes
Matt Cutts / Official Google Webmaster Central Blog:
A quick word about Googlebombs — Co-written with Ryan Moulton and Kendra Carattini — We wanted to give a quick update about "Googlebombs." By improving our analysis of the link structure of the web, Google has begun minimizing the impact of many Googlebombs.
Discussion: Good Morning Silicon Valley, Webware.com, Search Engine Land, Global Nerdy, Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim, Rough Type, Google Operating System, Bloggers Blog, Vancouver Law Librarian Blog, Blogging Stocks, Search Engine Watch Blog, Search Engine Roundtable, SEL, Threadwatch.org, Paul Mooney, Infothought, Quick Online Tips, digg and Slashdot
John Paczkowski / Good Morning Silicon Valley: Karl Rove: Guess I won't be needing this copy of "SEO for Dummies" anymore
Caroline McCarthy / Webware.com: GOOGLE BOMBS GET DISMANTLED
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land: Google Kills Miserable Failure & Other Google Bombs
Andy Beal / Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim: Google Defuses Googlebombs; Does this Change Link Building Practices?
Ionut Alex. Chitu / Google Operating System: Google Tries to Make Googlebombs Ineffective
Steve Matthews / Vancouver Law Librarian Blog: Miserable Failure - See-ya Googlebomb!
Melly Alazraki / Blogging Stocks: Bush no longer 'miserable failure' at Google
Kevin Newcomb / Search Engine Watch Blog: Googlebombs Defused — It seems that Google's Web spam team …
Jeremy / SEL: George Bush No Longer a Miserable Failure
Seth Finkelstein / Infothought: Defusing The Google-Bomb - And Maybe Reigniting It
Kdawson / Slashdot: Google Defuses Googlebombs
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Zennstrom, Euro Angels fall for wunderLOOP — Panama, Yahoo's new advertising platform, and its super abilities, is not the only online advertising technology that is going to be making waves in 2007. — wunderLOOP, a Luxembourg-based behavioral advertising and content targeting company …
Sam Sethi / Vecosys: Wunderloop says Skypes not the limit