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Google + Keyhole = Google Earth


Google just released the next version of their Keyhole software. It's called Google Earth, and of course it's a beta release.

I first heard about Keyhole last October when Google bought Keyhole Corporation. I use Keyhole LT the non-professional version of the Keyhole software and it's a fascinating piece of software that allows you to view satellite imagery in an intuitive way.

Although it seems likely that the satellite images in Google Maps use some of this technology, Keyhole takes it a few steps further. For one thing, Keyhole is a whole lot smoother than Google Maps imagery because it's an application that runs on your PC and renders the images locally, essentially distributing this task out to the end-user's computer.

The application starts with view of the whole Earth floating in space.

Read more: Windypundit
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Google + Keyhole = Google Earth - Saturday, May 28, 2005 -

Spacilus Search Engine Assistant for Google


Today, there are some issues with the use of search engines:

Search engine spam
Everybody knows the problem: Among a typical list of search results you usually find a lot of entries that do not offer any real value towards your search request but consist of a bunch of links directing you to some shopping site or lure you to some website that might try to play all sorts of tricks (viruses, Trojans, dialers, etc.) on you.

Missing categorization of search results
An example: When you are looking for a particular product, search results of optimized shopping sites might very well take the upper hand in your search result list making it very cumbersome to get to the manufacturers' technical specification pages you were actually interesting in. On the other hand, when on the next day you decide to purchase that product, the shopping sites' search results that were bothering you the day before might now be offering just what you need.

Search engine users try to deal with these issues by making guesses about the value of each search result they see on a search result page. Naturally, as they become more experienced over time, their guesses become more and more educated. But no matter how good the guessing becomes, it never stops to consume time and nerves!

This is where Spacilus comes into the picture. Spacilus can do the guessing for you, saving your time and nerves!

Download spacilus here
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Speaking of search


Do you manage to lose track of files, emails and websites in languages other than English? If so, you'll be glad to know that Google Desktop Search is now available in French, Italian, German, Spanish, Dutch, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Japanese and Korean.

Read more: Google Blog
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Google Print Home Page


What is Google Print?
Google's mission is to organize the world's information, but much of that information isn't yet online. Google Print aims to get it there by putting book content where you can find it most easily - right in your Google search results.

How does Google Print work?
Just do a search on the Google Print homepage. When we find a book whose content contains a match for your search terms, we'll link to it in your search results. Click a book title and you'll see the page of the book that has your search terms, along with other information about the book and "Buy this Book" links to online bookstores (you can view the entirety of public domain books or, for books under copyright, just a few pages or in some cases, only the title's bibliographic data and brief snippets). You can also search for more information within that specific book and find nearby libraries that have it.
Where do these books come from?
The book content in Google Print comes from two sources: publishers and libraries.


View: Google Print Homepage
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Google CEO defends privacy policies

Google chief executive Eric Schmidt acknowledged that his company's search engine can ruffle privacy feathers, but said the company's technology doesn't violate the company's founding motto, Don't be evil.

Schmidt discovered his own home phone number through Google, but said he was able to remove it by filling out Google's standard form. But Google shouldn't be blamed when that sort of private information crops up, he said.

"Google does not discover things that are not public," said Schmidt, answering questions on the stage of the Gartner Symposium in San Francisco on Wednesday. "Many people are disturbed to find their home phone number. But we found it because it was a public piece of information."

In response to a question about how Google treats consumer privacy, he tried to illustrate how the company's don't-be-evil philosophy trumps technology by recounting a meeting he attended with company co-founders Larry Page and Sergei Brin. In it, a business executive suggested a particular change at Google.

Read full article: ZDNet Australia
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Google introduces personalized home pages


Google's home page is about to get a face-lift.

In what appears to be a broadside aimed at MyYahoo, Google rolled out a new feature on Thursday that lets people set up a personalized Google home page.

The feature, which has not yet been named, lets people with Gmail and other Google accounts create a home page with different modules that they can drag and drop across their page, giving them one place to go for e-mail, headlines, weather reports, maps, movie schedules and, of course, Web search.

Google officials presented the introduction as another step in the company’s efforts to tie its products more closely together. During a question-and-answer session with reporters, CEO Eric Schmidt said the product was not conceived as a direct answer to MyYahoo or to compete with an existing offering already in the market.

Read full article: C|net
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Google Desktop Search for Enterprise


Google Desktop Search for Enterprise helps you easily manage the ever-growing mountain of information located on your computers and includes key standards-based administrator features that provide enhanced security, centralized configuration and easy company-wide deployment. Perhaps best of all—it's free.

Boost your productivity with Google Desktop Search:

• Find your email, files, media, web history and chats instantly
• View web pages you've seen, even when you're not online
• Search directly from your desktop with the Deskbar
• View search results from your desktop, intranet and Google.com

Register and download: Google Desktop Search for Enterprise
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Google Desktop Search for Enterprise - Thursday, May 19, 2005 -

Google jumps on RSS ads


Google has begun selling advertisements for Web publishers' syndicated news feeds, in an attempt to lead a developing and untested market.

As previously reported, the search company has been quietly testing a service that pairs text or graphical ads from its Google AdSense network with feeds formatted in the syndication standards RSS (Really Simple Syndication) or Atom. This week, the company said it has introduced a beta program for all Web publishers.

Read full story: C|net
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Tomodachi 0.3


Tomodachi is a program that shows graphically the the way that you, your friends and other people in Orkut's
network are connected. To be able to use it, you must necessarily be an Orkut member.

Don't you know what is Orkut? Orkut is a social network website. This means that an Orkut member can search, among all Orkut members, for her friends (or relatives or classmates or acquaintances or whatever) and add them to her list of friends. If someone is not in the Orkut network, an Orkut member (and only an Orkut member) can send her an invitation to join it. Someone can after navigate through these friends lists and know who are the friends of her friends or the friends of the friends of the friends of her friends and so on. Besides that, there are also communities that are a kind of Internet forums created by Orkut members.

But in all this "friend of your friends" thing, we missed a way to visualize through graphs things like "did our friends knew each other?" or "has someone recently joined Orkut and all my friends have added her to their friends list except me?". We expect that Tomodachi will help filling this gap.

Download: Tomodachi 0.3
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SysSense 1.2.8


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 1.2.8
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SysSense 1.2.8 - Sunday, May 15, 2005 -

Google ponders Blogger, Gmail integration


Company also considering enterprise version of Blogger

Google is contemplating various improvements to its popular Blogger Web logging service, including native image uploading and deeper integration with the company's Gmail Web-mail service, according to a Google executive.

Google is also considering the creation of an enterprise Blogger version, as well as letting users limit access to their blogs by creating private groups, said Biz Stone, Blogger senior specialist.

Although Blogger currently allows users to post text and photos to their blogs via any e-mail program, Google is looking into a tighter integration with Gmail, Stone said.

Read full article: InfoWorld
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Google ponders Blogger, Gmail integration - Thursday, May 12, 2005 -

Google buys social networking service


Google has acquired social networking service Dodgeball, as it continues its expansion beyond search.

Dodgeball notice on its site, saying it was acquired Wednesday. The note did not reveal financial details but did say that Dodgeball's two co-founders are "Google superfans."

Google spokesman David Krane confirmed the buyout Thursday, but did not give further details.

Dodgeball's service helps members link up with friends and acquaintances using text messages sent to phones.


Through acquisitions and its own research and development, Google has expanded far beyond its beginnnings as a search company, offering e-mail applications, photo management and blogging tools, among other features. The expansion has led many to question how far the company expects its reach to extend.

Google has already begun dabbling in the social networking field, launching its Orkut service last year.

News source: CNET News.com


View: dodgeball + Google
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Google to Officially Expand into China


Google has won a license to operate in China, press reports indicated on Wednesday. The search giant would join rival Yahoo as the only two government sanctioned search engines available in the country, which is the second biggest Internet market. An office should be opened in China during the year, sources say.

Read full article: BetaNews
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Google launches mini search-in-a-box


Google has launched the Google Mini, a scaled-down version of its enterprise search appliance, to the UK. The small, blue box is designed to provide a search function for the intranets or public websites of small to medium businesses.

Google has launched the Google Mini, a scaled-down version of its enterprise search appliance, to the UK. The small, blue box is designed to provide a search function for the intranets or public websites of small to medium businesses.

The asking price of just under £2,000 includes a year of support, and hardware replacement coverage. An extra £700 gets you another year of support. The box is capable of searching and indexing 100,000 documents and it recognises over 220 different file types, including HTML, PDF and Word, provided they are web enabled.

Read full article: The Register
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Adsense Notifier Firefox extension


Adsense Notifier simply shows your adsense stats on the status bar and updates the stats automatically. This is wonderful for anyone with OCD who needs to check their stats every three seconds to see if they have gotten any more clicks.

Adsense Notifier is highly configurable and should be useful for everyone that uses adsense.

Install: Adsense Notifier Firefox extension

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Google experiences brief outage

Google's Web site was inaccessible for a brief time Saturday and some visitors reported being rerouted to another site, leading some to believe that the search giant had been hacked.

The site was down from 3:45 to 4 p.m. PST, Google spokesman David Krane told The Associated Press.

"It was not a hacking or a security issue," Krane. He said the problem was related to the DNS (Domain Name System), which routes one's Internet protocol address to the appropriate Web site that the user wants to visit. If the DNS system goes down, Web pages requested usually do not appear or take a long time to load.

"Google's global properties were unavailable for a short period of time," Krane said. "We've remedied the problem and access to Google has been restored worldwide."

Rumors that the site was hacked began when visitors were reportedly rerouted to SoGoSearch.com.

News Source: C|net
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Google Toolbar 3.0.123.2 Beta


Google Toolbar is a popular browser add-on for Internet Explorer that makes it possible to quickly perform Google Web searches, prevent annoying pop-up ads from appearing, and fill in Web forms with one simple click.

The toolbar's 'browse by name' feature also makes it possible to type searches directly into the browser address bar.

What's new

• SpellCheck
Check your spelling whenever you type in web forms

WordTranslator
Translate English words into other languages

• AutoLink (US only)
Turn street addresses into links to online maps

• Address Bar Browse by Name
Browse by Name helps you find a site even when you don’t know its URL.

Requires Windows 98/ME/2000/XP and Internet Explorer 5.5+

Download: Google Toolbar 3.0.123.2 Beta
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Mother's Day


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InterVideo Announces Bundling Partnership with Google


Fremont, Calif. -- May 4, 2005 -- InterVideo®, Inc. (NASDAQ: IVII), a leader in digital media software technology and PC/CE convergence, and leading web property provider Google, announced today a new partnership to help bring internet and personal search capabilities to PC users with InterVideo's leading line of PC software products. The initial project bundles two recently released Google products with each of four main InterVideo products.

"InterVideo wanted to include powerful Internet web search for our customers along with our products," said Steve Ro, CEO and President of InterVideo. "By incorporating the Google Toolbar and Google Desktop Search applications with InterVideo products, users will have fast and convenient access to obtaining information and managing multimedia files, not only through the internet, but also on the desktop."

InterVideo will incorporate a Google Toolbar and Google Desktop Search application with four of their robust product lines. Included is the ultimate DVD playback solution, WinDVD® with over 100 million installations worldwide, the well acclaimed complete DVD and authoring solution, WinDVD Creator®, the award-winning video copy software, DVD Copy®, and the latest 9-in-1 utility suite package, MediaOne™.

By the end of May, with every new trial and paid installation of these InterVideo products on the web, users will have the option to install the Google Toolbar application which includes a browser utility search engine for Internet Explorer, a helpful Pop-up Blocker to eliminate annoying pop-ups, and a useful Auto-Fill to help fill out Web forms instantly, as well as the Google Desktop Search utility that provides a full text search of the user's emails, files, web history and chats they have viewed.

Read more: intervideo.com
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Google Web Accelerator Beta


Google Web Accelerator is an application that uses the power of Google's global computer network to make web pages load faster. Google Web Accelerator is easy to use; all you have to do is download and install it, and from then on many web pages will automatically load faster than before.

Google Web Accelerator uses various strategies to make your web pages load faster, including:
- Sending your page requests through Google machines dedicated to handling Google Web Accelerator traffic.
- Storing copies of frequently looked at pages to make them quickly accessible.
- Downloading only the updates if a web page has changed slightly since you last viewed it.
- Prefetching certain pages onto your computer in advance.
- Managing your Internet connection to reduce delays.
- Compressing data before sending it to your computer.

System Requirements
Operating System: Win XP or Win 2000 SP3+
Browser: IE 5.5+ or Firefox 1.0+
Availability: For users in North America and Europe (during beta testing phase)

Download: Google Web Accelerator Beta
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Google Web Accelerator Beta - Wednesday, May 04, 2005 -

SysSense 1.2.7


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 1.2.7
 Posted by Hello
SysSense 1.2.7 - Tuesday, May 03, 2005 -

Gmail Indexer 1.00


Search your Gmail directly from Google Desktop Search.

Regularly index your entire Gmail account contents into Google
Desktop Search. This is done using Gmail's POP access feature.
See the following URL for information on how to enable POP access
on your Gmail account:
http://gmail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=13273&topic=194

To install, follow these instructions:
1. Verify that POP access is enabled on your Gmail account. If
you have used POP access with Gmail before, it's recommended
that you disable and enable it again so that you can receive
all of your old email using this plugin.
2. Run the "LarrysGmailIndexer.exe" file in the zip.
3. Agree to the registration with Google Desktop Search.
4. Log in using your Gmail email address and also your regular
Gmail password.
5. Indexing will happen immediately. You can watch the emails
being indexed by using the Index Status link in GDS and looking
at the "Emails" counter.

To uninstall, follow these instructions:

1. Go to your Start menu and select "Control Panel".
2. Select "Add/Remove Programs"
3. Find "Larry's Gmail Indexer" and click "Remove".
4. Thats it!

Download: Gmail Indexer 1.00
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May 3, National Teacher Day


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Google seeks all the news that's fit to search


Google is seeking to patent a technology meant to help its Google News section sort stories based on their overall quality, which could augment the current methods of ranking results by date and relevance to search terms.

In separate filings with the U.S. and world patent offices, Google detailed a new formula it has developed to help rank news stories in Web search results. The system would allow the company to sort news by source, rather than based merely on a story's direct relation to a certain search term or the time at which articles were published.

The company's filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, submitted in September 2003, describes the news-rating technology as a tool that "ranks the list of (search results) based at least in part on a quality of (their) identified sources." The technology, based on work by researchers Michael Curtiss, Krishna Bharat and Michael Schmitt, would let Google prerank content from specific news outlets to ensure that those stories appear above other search results.

Company representatives did not immediately respond to requests seeking comment.

Read full story: ZDNet News
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