Entries for August, 2010

Google’s Search Now Getting More Social

This morning Google gave their realtime search it’s own domain which can be found at http://www.google.com/realtime If you don’t know what Google realtime search is then you’re not alone, a lot of people don’t. Google’s realtime search is a search engine dedicated to finding information from social media websites like Twitter, Facebook, and Google Buzz. […]

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Wordfeud On Android Gets An Update

Today Wordfeud users get the much anticipated feature of rematches. This may sound like a simple feature, but it really makes playing wordfued that much better and it has been one of the few things that have been missing from the game. The only thing left is a paid version so that I can get […]

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A New Idea: Audible Sync

I have been listening to a lot of books lately on both my iPhone, Android, desktop, netbook and media center. Being able to listen to my audio books where ever I am is great, however one thing that Audible is lacking is the ability to sync up all players. Imagine being able to listen to […]

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Geo-location On Blog Posts

With all of the social media services picking up geo-location I wonder how long it will be before services like Blogger, WordPress and Posterous will incorporate geo-location into their services. I don’t travel to often so this feature would be very static for me, but for companies like Mashable, New York Times or other online […]

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Google Buzz: New Use Case

I was thinking today about Google Buzz and how it can be used, and then it hit me. A great use for Google Buzz would be to locate garage sales or lost animals near by. Thanks to Buzz being integrated into Maps, a person can create a post on Buzz with geo-location where they found […]

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Chrome 6.0 Feature: Simple But Effective

Today when I started my computer and launched Google Chrome I noticed a simple orange dot on the wrench. After a few clicks I found out that there is a new beta release of Chrome and that orange dot was there to let me know.

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Going Geek With QR Codes

I jumped on the geek band wagon and added a QR code on my website. This QR Code links directly to the home page of my blog. If you have an Android phone give it a try.

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The Power Of Buzz

I wonder if more people are going to check out Buzz today because of the little post by @laporte@gmail.com. Today Buzz is actually really showing it’s power in two ways. One is by the numerous users actually trying to help Leo out, and those who are against him. I personally am on the fence about […]

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People Are Not Having Fun With Social Media Anymore

I am pretty bummed today. It seems that people are trying to get more out of social media then a fun tool to interact with. It seems like they are putting all of their eggs in a basket without learning to actually weave a solid basket, causing all of their eggs to fall out. What […]

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Android App Of The Week – Hyper Jump

This week I started to look into games on my Android phone and I came across Hypher Jump Lite. This game has very beautiful graphics and is easy to play, simply press start and your character is launched into the air. As your character rockets into the sky guide him left and right to collect […]

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