Category Archives: New Technology

Tools of the Trade: SEO

SEO ToolsIn the SEO industry today, the problem is not lack of necessary tools, but rather which tools to be used in SEO. The answer is, “nobody can tell you”. And not because these tools are irrelevant but rather because these tools are not made with one size fits all principal. Thank god for that. The range of tools are available because there are a variety of business and within the same type of businesses, there are many approaches one takes towards company strategy, including search engine marketing. Read more »

How has wireless technology changed how you live your life?

Flying back from the SES conference in San Francisco and logged in on the Internet and justed finished reading a Times Magazine Article baring the same name as this post and it got me wodering about how it has really impact me. Around the world it looks like most are happy with it helping them being in contact with friends and familly. In the USA 29% said that theur wireless device is always the first and last thing they look at. I guess I fall under that category, but I am also really happy that it helps me be in contact with my familly when I am travelling. One thing that struck me when reading the data was that 79% of the Chinese are mostly happy that they get the latest news, are they not in contact with their familly? Must be. The Koreans gently reminded me the it might be good to shut it down once in a while and observe the world (48%). Enjoy life and remember to breath.

Should one get into Google’s real-time results?

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On 7th December of 2009, Google launched real-time search results into search pages but what do these real-time results look like? Google search page results update currently discussed topics from social network sites such as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, FriendFeed, Jaiku and Identi.ca just as they are happening.

How Google chooses the real-time results or finds out which posted messages are true is yet unknown. However, there are some things one can do. Google analyzes the content from blog posts, tweets etc. to verify the value and the quality of the posted message to place the real-time results and avoid anything that looks like spam. Later on the collected text will be used to update page rankings for every contributing user. Read more »

Do you need TV? I don’t have one

According to IBM survey on “television sets are losing ground to the internet”, conducted in 2007, 66 percent responded spent one to four hours in front of the television versus 60 percent on the internet. That was 2007.

So 2009, television is in one corner of the arena and Internet is in the other. Who is going to be the winner?

I personally have not had TV over 5 years, do not miss it or use it. Among the people I know, I am not the only one. Since getting my own place my dear Internet has replaced TV, radio, books, magazines, newspapers and occasionally telephone. The amount of online resources offers every thing from broadcasts, cartoons, radio to any entertainments.

The power behind Internet is the choice of information. What to watch, listen, and read, when or how long as well as freedom to share my opinion about anything that is happening in the world. TV shows, music, news, chatting, working, study, reading, games anything really. Read more »