Thursday, April 15, 2004
The Search Industry Heats Up with the entry of A9.com
The developments in the search industry have been fascinating to watch. Early this morning, Reuters reported on Amazon's entry into the search market: A9. I've logged in, downloaded the toolbar and am ready to start testing. Pretty cool.
Wednesday, April 14, 2004
I think we should probably stop calling it syndication (kottke.org)
I'm a big stickler for using terms and labels that clearly communicate so I appreciate Kottke's article on syndication and what it really is.
Friday, April 09, 2004
Kinja, the weblog guide
Looking for a better way to sort through all the weblogs and sites you want to read on a regular basis? Check out Kinja, the weblog guide. Developed in part by Meg Hourihan of Megnut.com fame, Kinja is a web-based alternative to all the blognewsreaders that exist out there. My initial thoughts are positive but it's going to take some getting used to. No matter how slick the solution to helping me manage my read-list, I often find myself returning to my own POELog blogroll list at the left of this page.
Tuesday, April 06, 2004
GooOS, the Google Operating System (kottke.org)
Interesting post from Kottke regarding what he thinks Google is truly up to. All I know is that I'd love to get my hands on some of their stock when they go public. They are definitely the most interesting company on this planet right now.