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Google Ride Finder

Google Ride Finder enables users to search for a taxi, limousine or shuttle.
A user enters a location and gets a map showing vehicle positions. In addition to the actual location of the vehicles, Google Ride Finder displays phone and web contact information.

Visit: Google Ride Finder
| Google Labs
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Google Ride Finder - Thursday, March 31, 2005 -

Google Search Enhanced for Firefox

Google Blog is reporting that Google is now faster on Firefox and Gecko-based browsers. Google has started using prefetching to start downloading top results even before the user clicks on them. This allows the user to view search results faster. Prefetching is not available on Internet Explorer and other non-mozilla browsers.

Google Help adds that prefetching could end up with cookies from unvisited sites and provides Firefox settings to disable it.

Source and links: MozillaZine
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Gmail Notifier 1.1.55

The Gmail Notifier is a downloadable Windows application that alerts you when you have new Gmail messages. It displays an icon in your system tray to let you know if you have unread Gmail messages, and shows you their subjects, senders and snippets, all without your having to open a web browser.

The Notifier is in beta. Before you download it, we encourage you to review the system requirements and privacy information.

System Requirements

To use the Gmail Notifier, you need Windows 2000, Windows XP, or a more recent version of Windows.

Download: Gmail Notifier 1.1.55
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Google Hires Brian Ryner

Lead Mozilla Firefox developer Ben Goodger reports that Brian Ryner has become the latest Mozilla coder to be hired by Google. Brian has previously hacked Mozilla under the auspices of Netscape and IBM. Brian isn't the first Mozilla developer to be snapped up by Google: in the last few months, the search giant has also employed Ben Goodger and Darin Fisher. Expect an increase in speculation that Google is working on a Web browser over the next few days.

Source: MozillaZine

Thanks to Ryan
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Google Hires Brian Ryner - Wednesday, March 30, 2005 -

Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh
was born in the Netherlands on March 30, 1853.

Today Google
celebrates his birthday with this logo. Posted by Hello
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Google Acquires Urchin Software

Urchin Software joins the Googleplex

Google said on Monday that it had agreed to acquire Urchin Software
, a web analytics company, for undisclosed terms. Urchin, which is based in San Diego, is a software company serving website owners and marketers, helping them to understand how customers use websites and track marketing performance.

Urchin's software is available as a hosted service, a software product and through large web hosting providers, said Google, which is based in Mountain View, California. These products are used by thousands of popular sites on the internet. Read full story: silicon.com
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Google Acquires Urchin Software - Tuesday, March 29, 2005 -

Gmail Notifier 1.1.53

The Gmail
Notifier is a downloadable Windows application that alerts you when you have new Gmail messages. It displays an icon in your system tray to let you know if you have unread Gmail messages, and shows you their subjects, senders and snippets, all without your having to open a web browser.

The Notifier is in beta. Before you download it, we encourage you to review the system requirements and privacy information.

System Requirements

To use the Gmail Notifier, you need Windows 2000, Windows XP, or a more recent version of Windows.

Download: Gmail Notifier 1.1.53
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Gmail Notifier 1.1.53 - Sunday, March 27, 2005 -

Firefox Extensions For Google Users

Mozilla Update Firefox Extensions


This Firefox extension is the granddaddy of all Firefox extensions made for Google users! The Googlebar project was initially created to address the widespread desire in the Mozilla community for the Google Toolbar to support the Netscape 7, Mozilla, and Firefox web browsers. Googlebar emulates all of the basic search functionality of the Google Toolbar, allowing users to easily access almost all of Google's specialty searches (some of which are not yet supported by the original Google Toolbar!) from one convenient toolbar.

If you use Firefox and Google, this is a MUST HAVE extension.

Search Status

One thing that Googlebar (above) does not do that Google Toolbar does is display PageRank info (read why here). This extension fills that hole and more. It will display the Google PageRank and Alexa popularity anywhere in your browser, along with options for backward/related/category links, Alexa info and more.

Google PageRank Status

This extension fills the same need as explained in Search Status (above). But, I much prefer the Search Status extension because of its Alexa rank and its considerably more options.

Gmail Notifier

Allows checking for new Gmail messages directly from the browser's UI. A status bar item will show once installed, and a toolbar item can be added by customizing the toolbar. However, you may not want to use this considering Google has a notifer that resides in the system tray.

Better Search

This extension adds thumbnails to search engine listings to help you better make a selection. It enhances Google, MSN Search, Yahoo Search, A9, AllTheWeb, del.icio.us bookmarks and Simpy.com by adding previews (thumbnails) and Amazon product images and info (type, price, rating) as well as Open in New Window, Site Info and Wayback Machine links to the search results. Supports anonymization of all Alexa.com thumbnail calls. Also see Search Preview (below).

Google Preview

In the same manner as Better Search (above), this extension inserts thumbnails of web sites, Amazon products and stock charts into the Google and yahoo.com search results pages.

Define Word

Look up the definition of selected text on Google. You might not really need this though, since Googlebar (above) has a dictionary definition function built-in. Also, you can use the Google Dictionary function, especially combined with the Google Deskbar.


Allows you to check the cached version of the page you are browsing in Google. This can be handy if the server is down or the page is changed. However, Googlebar (above) has this function built-in.

Google Scholar OpenURLs

The purpose is to enable users at an institution that has an OpenURL link-resolver to use that resolver to locate the full text of articles found in Google Scholar, instead of relying on the links to publishers websites provided by Google. This is important because it solves the appropriate copy problem: the link to a publisher's site is useless if you don't have a subscription that lets you into that site, and your library may provide access to the same article in an aggregator’s package or elsewhere. I haven't used this, but it sounds like a great idea.

Google Adbar

Displays Google ads related to pages you view. Mozilla's editorial comment: If you miss Opera's text ads, or are just wondering what ads Google has decided are related to the sites you view, this is the extension for you! Supports toolbar customization, unlike the Opera equivalent. This extension was written as a joke, and the ads it displays do not generate revenue for Google, the Mozilla Foundation, or the extension author. My comment: More ads? Yeah, right that's what I want it!

Source: WebProWorld
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Firefox Extensions For Google Users - Saturday, March 26, 2005 -

A bun gartetg!

Google is already available in 104 languages, from Afrikaans to Zulu, but we had no Romansh. It's an old tongue that's still spoken in valleys in the Swiss Alps. Only about one percent of Swiss people can speak it, but even so it's one of the country's four official languages. Romansh is in the same family as Spanish or Italian, but looks more daunting because of the long sequences of consonants. For example, "image search" becomes "tschertga da maletgs."

Read more: Google Blog
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A bun gartetg! - Friday, March 25, 2005 -

gMap it! formerly known as Map it!

gMap it is a mozilla Firefox extension that allows you to find directions from google maps based on publicly listed phone numbers. gMap Homepage
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gMap it! formerly known as Map it! - Thursday, March 24, 2005 -

Google Axes Hate News

Google has to draw the line somewhere in its mission to make all the world's information available online. It's starting with hate speech.

Internetnews.com has learned that Google is in the process of removing National Vanguard content from its Google News service. National Vanguard is a publication of the National Alliance, which describes itself as an "organization for people of European descent."

Earlier today, Germany.internet.com reported that Google Germany would remove National Zeitung, a neo-Fascist newspaper, from its own news index.

"Google News does not allow hate content," said Google spokesman Steve Langdon. "If we are made aware of articles that contain hate content, we will remove them."

Read full story: internetnews.com
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In cricket, a googly
is a type of delivery bowled by a leg spin bowler.

While a normal leg break spins from the leg to the off side, away from a right-handed batsman, a googly spins the other way, from off to leg, into a right-handed batsman. The bowler achieves this change of spin by rotating his wrist from the normal leg break delivery so that the ball rolls out the back of his hand with a clockwise spin (from the bowler's point of view). A googly may also be achieved by bowling the ball as a conventional leg break, but spinning the ball further with the fingers just before it is released.

This change of wrist action can be seen by a skilled batsman and the change of spin allowed for when playing a shot at the ball. Less skilled batsmen, or ones who have lost their concentration, can be deceived completely, expecting the ball to move one direction off the pitch, only for it to move the other direction. If the batsman is expecting a leg break, he will play outside the line of the ball after it spins. This means the ball can either strike the pads for a potential LBW appeal, or may fly between the bat and the pads and hit the wicket.

The googly is a major weapon in the arsenal of a leg spin bowler, and can be one of the bowler's most effective wicket-taking balls. It is used infrequently, because its effectiveness comes mostly from its surprise value. Effective users of the googly include Anil Kumble, Mushtaq Ahmed and Stuart MacGill.

This word has absolutely no relation to google
which comes from googol. Posted by Hello
googly - Wednesday, March 23, 2005 -

A must-have Google AdSense tool

If you use Google AdSense, then you probably log into your Google AdSense account religiously to check your AdSense statistics. Wouldn't it be nice if AdSense contacted you when your statistics changed, instead of constantly logging into your AdSense account? If this describes you, then you should check out SysSense
, a must-have Google AdSense tool.

Main Features:

• View your current Google AdSense statistics at anytime by holding your mouse over the SysSense system tray icon. These statistics are sometimes even more up-to-date than what is showing up on the Google AdSense website.
• Receive a system tray icon balloon alert when any of the following is updated: page impressions, clicks, clickthrough rate, CPM, earnings.
• Monitor an unlimited number of Google AdSense accounts.
• Easily log into your Google AdSense account from the SysSense system tray icon menu. There is no need to log into the Google AdSense webpage -- Just a few clicks of the SysSense system tray icon menu and you're there.

Requirements: Windows 98+

Download: SysSense 1.2.6
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A must-have Google AdSense tool - Tuesday, March 22, 2005 -

World Water Day

The international observance of World Water Day is an initiative that grew out of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro.

The United Nations General Assembly designated 22 March of each year as the World Day for Water by adopting a resolution.This world day for water was to be observed starting in 1993, in conformity with the recommendations of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development contained in chapter 18 (Fresh Water Resources) of Agenda 21.

States were invited to devote the Day to implement the UN recommendations and set up concrete activities as deemed appropriate in the national context.

Results for world water day 2005

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Google's Blogger faces performance problems

Google is working to address performance problems that slow down its popular Blogger service.

Google is both adding new hardware and addressing an electricity-availability issue in order to improve performance, wrote Biz Stone, a Blogger official in an entry posted Thursday in the official Blogger team blog called Blogger Buzz (http://buzz.blogger.com).

"Performance is a huge priority for us and we're adding a bunch of new machines right now to speed things up," Stone wrote. "New machines are not an issue because here at Google we can add them quite smoothly as needed. The real issue is power -- actual electricity, if you can believe it. So now we're adding more power in addition to more machines." Read more: PCWorld
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Google's Blogger faces performance problems - Monday, March 21, 2005 -

Google improves AdSense with Ad Links

Google has introduced a feature into its AdSense advertising program that increases the number of text ads tied to a Web page. The feature, called Ad Links, also improves the relevance between the ads and the Web page's content. In the AdSense program, Web site publishers insert Google code into their Web pages, which generates text ads that are relevant to each page's content. The ads are sold by Google to advertisers and are distributed to publishers who participate in AdSense. When a visitor clicks on an ad, Google pays the publisher.

Google believes Ad Links will benefit Web site visitors, advertisers and publishers, said Shuman Ghosemajumder, Ad Links product manager. "It helps users by giving them a greater choice of ads they can select from. Meanwhile, advertisers benefit from additional distribution they're gaining. And for publishers there's a higher likelihood visitors will click on ads," he said.

Ad Links has been designed as a complement to the contextual ads served through AdSense. Publishers who sign up for Ad Links will still receive the AdSense ads. But with Ad Links, publishers will also get a list of topics that are contextually related to the content of their page. When a visitor clicks on an item on that topic list, he is taken to another Web page with related text ads.

Read full article: InfoWorld
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Google improves AdSense with Ad Links - Sunday, March 20, 2005 -

Gmail Notifier 1.1.51

The Gmail
Notifier is a downloadable Windows application that alerts you when you have new Gmail messages. It displays an icon in your system tray to let you know if you have unread Gmail messages, and shows you their subjects, senders and snippets, all without your having to open a web browser.

The Notifier is in beta. Before you download it, we encourage you to review the system requirements and privacy information.

System Requirements

To use the Gmail Notifier, you need Windows 2000, Windows XP, or a more recent version of Windows.

Download: Gmail Notifier 1.1.51
 Posted by Hello
Gmail Notifier 1.1.51 - Saturday, March 19, 2005 -

Google courts open-source developers

Google has launched a new site intended to serve as a central resource for developers working on applications related to the popular search engine.

The new Google Code will be a repository for source code, application programming interfaces, or APIs, and other tools to assist developers working on Google-related projects, according to a welcome note on Thursday from Chris DiBona, Google's open-source program manager and former editor of "News for Nerds" site Slashdot.

The site also will profile current and ongoing projects, DiBona said, to give developers a better sense of what's happening in the Google universe. "One thing we really wanted to put up on Google Code was a way of bringing recognition to those people and groups who have created programs that use our APIs or the code we have released," he said.

The initial tools releases include Perftools and Sparsehashtable, for developers working in the C++ language, and Goopy/functional, for Python developers. Tools will be distributed through the SourceForge open-source programming site, and releases targeting other languages and development toolsets will be made as the program matures, DiBona said.

Full story: ZDNet Australia
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Google X: an OSX-like take on search

Google released a Google Labs project that replaced the Google search tabs with images that expanded similarly to how OSX does in their dock. Google quickly pulled the project, most likely because it was too successful for a Google Labs project, but you can still find the Google Blog post here
and a screenshot here

"I started working on a version of my own. Mine works more like the OSX dock but it isn’t perfect". You can find it at shiwej.com/googlex

Mirrors of Google’s project: here
and here

Thanks to Jason Schramm Shiwej
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St. Patrick's 2005

Too late, but finally here it is:St. Patrick's 2005

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Gmail Going Live April 1st

According to dozens of Google-watchers, Google's ad-driven email system, Gmail is slated to move from beta to live-status on Friday April 1st, one year after it was introduced to a limited number of testers. On its first day, many thought Gmail was an April Fool's joke.

To establish the initial beta-test group, Google issued a number of initial invitations to a very small group of users that day. It also sent each of those users six invitations to send to friends who where also issued six invitations with their beta account. Gmail grew its potential test group by a factor of six every time it gave away a new beta-account. For the past two weeks, Google has been randomly inviting users of its search engine to sign up for Gmail accounts with a discreet link that appears for about 1 in 100 users.

Gmail is one of Google's most successful new ventures offering users a few features rival programs Yahoo-mail and MSN's Hotmail simply can't match.

Read more:stepforth.com
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Gmail Going Live April 1st - Thursday, March 17, 2005 -

Google's X Files disappear

Google has unceremoniously, and without comment, yanked its latest labs "project" after less than twenty four hours. In 'Google X' a software engineer had replaced the main text navigation bar on the Google home page with a Mac OS X-style dock. A row of eight icons zoomed and shrank as the mouse hovered over them, the row itself shuffling to make room for the expansion - exactly like Mac OS X's dock.

"Today is an amazing day," burbled software engineer Chikai Ohazama on the Google weblog. "It's fulfilling to have the opportunity to reach the audience we always dreamed of when we started Keyhole five years ago, and that by itself is absolute coolness," he continued.

"I hope all of you enjoy it - especially Mac users, who I'm sure will appreciate its lineage."

No, really.

In case anyone missed the Mac reference, a sickly reminder above the Google copyright notice read: "Roses are red. Violets are blue. OS X rocks. Homage to you.

Full story: The Register
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Google Expands Gmail Access

For the first time, site visitors may be able to try the free e-mail service.

Google opened up its Gmail Web mail service to a wider scope of users this week by randomly offering, for the first time, accounts to some visitors of the main Google.com page.

Until Monday, to get a Gmail account, a user had to be invited to the service by either Google or an existing Gmail user.

"We just started offering Gmail accounts to a randomly selected sample on Google," says Marissa Mayer, Google's director of consumer Web products. "It's a natural step to leverage the wider user base of Google.com to grow Gmail."

About one in 20 Google.com visitors are getting the Gmail account offer, Mayer says. "Based on the success of this one-in-20 scope, we'll be ramping it up over the next couple of weeks," she says.

Read full story: PCWorld
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Google Launches New Tool Amid Local Search Battle

Google released on Tuesday a free tool that allows businesses to add or update business listing information, such as operating hours and addresses, that appears within its local search results.

Google, the leader in the Web search sector, said its new Local Business Center tool is available to U.S. businesses, including those that do not operate an Internet site, potentially expanding the reach of its service.

Search providers aim to have consumers use local search to find nearby restaurants, stores or service providers, like dry cleaners or plumbers.

Local search is currently one of the most competitive markets in the booming Internet search industry as providers eye potential profits from search advertising.

Read full story: Reuters
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Google Launches New Tool Amid Local Search Battle - Wednesday, March 16, 2005 -

Google X

Google X
is a creative alternative to the home page, allowing users to
access more of the Google services (i.e. scholar, video, maps) by a
single click and also making it fun in the process. Just roll your
mouse pointer over the icons and see the icons dance!

Read more at: Google Blog
 Posted by Hello
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Google Suggest in Japanese
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Googleサジェスト日本語版 - Wednesday, March 09, 2005 -

Google window-shops for VoIP

SAN JOSE, Calif.--A team of Google honchos met this week with several Net telephone service providers, sources familiar with the talks told CNET News.com, renewing speculation that the search giant may be exploring a move into the fast-growing market.

"They were fairly aggressive about getting our opinions," said one Internet phone executive who facilitated several meetings between Google and Net phone interests here at Spring 2005 Voice on the Net. The executive requested anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the meetings.

Google product manager Eric Sachs was among nine Google employees who attended this week's conference, which at 6,000 attendees this year is one of the largest of its kind in the country, one source said. Sachs is a longtime friend of Jeff Pulver, founder of free Internet phone provider Free World Dialup, and creator of the VON conferences.

Google declined to comment for this story.

Read full story: News.com
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Google Preps Enterprise-Ready Desktop Search

Having released a full version of its desktop search application, Google Inc. next wants to hone the software's enterprise features.

The Mountain View, Calif., company is working on an enterprise version of the application, officials confirmed to eWEEK.com. Google is providing few details about its features, but the enterprise edition will include the ability for organizations to install and run Google Desktop Search on multiple Windows accounts on one machine.

"We fully understand the needs of the enterprise and are trying to address them with new features," said Nikhil Bhatla, a Google product manager.

He declined to say when the enterprise version will be available or go into beta testing but indicated that Google wants to make desktop search more appealing to corporations.

Full article: Yahoo! News
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Google Preps Enterprise-Ready Desktop Search - Tuesday, March 08, 2005 -

International Women's Day

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Google Desktop Search 1.0

Find your email, files, media, web history and chats instantly
View web pages you've seen, even when you're not online
New! Search directly from your desktop with the deskbar

Google Desktop searches: Outlook Email, Outlook Express, Netscape Mail / Thunderbird, Microsoft Word, Netscape / Firefox / Mozilla, Microsoft Excel, PDF, Microsoft Powerpoint, Music, Internet Explorer, Images, AOL Instant Messenger, Video...

Even more with these plug-ins

Download: Google Desktop Search 1.0
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Google Desktop Search 1.0 - Monday, March 07, 2005 -

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