For some time now, Google has been presenting its search results in what it calls “universal search” but which everyone else calls “blended search.”
Michael VanDaniker.com posted this page showing the browsers used by visitors to W3schools.com. The interface is fun to play with and check out what was done to create the visualization!
Here’s your hat; what’s your hurry? Continue reading “Bye bye IE 6”
“The Art of SEO” is a solid account of the state of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) as it stands today. Continue reading “The Art of SEO”
A French-language broadcasters group will lock five journalists in a French farmhouse for five days, giving them access to nothing but Facebook and Twitter, to see how much news they can learn about. Continue reading “All the news that’s fit to Tweet”
I got a new Kindle 2 for Christmas from my brother — thanks, bro! More than just a great toy, it allows you to surf the web, for free, forever (or at least until Jeff Bezos tires of footing the bill for us). Continue reading “Free Internet – For Life”
Text messages cost money to send. It is only pennies but those numbers add up. Or do they? Continue reading “Free Text Messages”
I don’t use this tool much at work. As a manager, I don’t do too much coding these days. But making this blog was a nice opportunity for me to learn about WordPress templates. Although I didn’t do anything hardcore, I did have to mess with the templates quite a bit to make my own look. (Oh, and if you know what you are doing, do me the kindness of not Viewing Source. I cheated — a lot. Compliant code this is not). Continue reading “Adobe Browser Lab”