Category Archives: search engines

Google Friend Connect

Google Introduces Social Bar Google Friend Connect Blog example using Google Friend Connect Xoopit adds Facebook data to Gmail I’m not jumping on the bandwagon yet; however, I think Google Friend Connect shows good innovation. In … Continue reading

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Location (Again)

Did Google Just Kill All the Other Mobile Social Networks? Google Latitude: Ready to Tell Your Friends (and Google) Where You Are? Google Maps Goes Social Tracking Friends the Google Way Privacy fears over Google tracker I still do plan … Continue reading

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Internets: Division through location, langauge

Japanese Social Media Prism AP IMPACT: Fake 911 calls difficult to prevent Network Neutrality advocates promote the web as the largest source of free information and argue it must remain that way. Promoting network neutrality in 2007, now … Continue reading

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Niche Net

The BBC reported today on efforts to better search results by considering the demographics of the searcher. For example, if the searcher is of a certain ethnicity and searches for a keyword word, the results that other searchers of the … Continue reading

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