Nigeria is the country in the world where most people search for the term “Norway”, except for Norway itself. And Pakistan number three. www.google.com/trends?q=norway&ctab=0&geo=all&…
Basketball blog True Hoop writes about Synergy Sports Technology, a company that will record and tag every miunte of NBA basketball played. The C|Net article they refer to, has an interesting point: In an e-mail interview, Mark Cuban, Dallas Mavericks owner and the co-founder of Broadcast.com, said he has been impressed with Synergy but was [...]
I tried the Search Engine Experience five times. And Scoble is going to love the results: MSN “won” three times, Yahoo two times, Google zero. A bit surprising, as I try to use different search engines – and of the three I normally find that Google is better. And Yahoo better than MSN.
and see instantly if they are availabe. See also How to set up a great site for almost nothing. Yahoo Domains still sell domains for $2.99.
And lots of them. Maybe this has been for some time, but today I discovered that Google Groups has an XML icon on the bottom of every group page. Like this one from the 43 Folders Google Group:
Michael Heilemann of Binary Bonsai is the most famous Dane. According to Google of course. As Michael himself notes in his post at Flickr: “HC Andersen should’ve known about PageRank”. The original list by Per Abrahamsen has 121 names, and some that didn’t make it into the list. As you can see: Michael Helleman is [...]
Try this: Go to a site that has an RSS-feed, like this one. Hit the blue RSS icon in Safari 1.3 (if you are running OS X 10.4). You then get a feed page for the site, like this: Make a bookmark for the feed by hitting Apple-D. Save it somewhere in your bookmark and [...]
…without giving me the actual book. Simon Willison writes: “The thing is, you don’t need a digital copy of a book to be able to search it; you just need a full-text index of it. An index isn’t enough to reconstruct the book, but it is enough to answer questions like “on what pages of [...]