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Change yourself. Change the world. Get your walk on.

Be good to yourself and add the Cleveland Clinic walking program to your iGoogle page. Use the Walk for Good gadget to track your progress and stay motivated. If you complete at least half of the 15-week program by October 25th, you can help choose a health charity to receive a donation from Google.

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Walk for Good with Google and Cleveland Clinic - Saturday, May 31, 2008 -

MySpace Chooses Google Gears To Help Social Network


Los Angeles (dbTechno) - MySpace has announced that they are going to be using Google Gears to help make their social-networking site easier for users to navigate through and use.

MySpace users will see an installation for Google Gears appear the next time that they go into their mailbox.

It is available for all MySpace users as of today, and will be a quick and easy install.

Once it is in place, users will be able to use a quick search feature which will allow them ot find anything they need in their inbox.

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MySpace Chooses Google Gears To Help Social Network - Friday, May 30, 2008 -

Anniversary of the first ascent of Mount Everest

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Anniversary of the first ascent of Mount Everest - Thursday, May 29, 2008 -

Google Earth API 1.1 Beta


The Google Earth API and its JavaScript API let you embed Google Earth, a true 3D digital globe, into your web pages. Using the API you can draw markers and lines, drape images over the terrain, add 3D models, or load KML files, allowing you to build sophisticated 3D map applications. If you have an existing Maps API site, you can 3D-enable your page with as little as one line of code.

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Google opens Android kimono


For about 10 minutes

Google I/O The second loudest cheer was for the opening of Google App Engine. The loudest was for a compass built into an unnamed mobile handset running Android.

This morning, during an extended keynote speech at Google's I/O developer conference in San Francisco, Android engineering director Steve Horowitz demonstrated the fledging mobile OS on a mystery handset with a Synaptics touch screen, showing off several applications for the first time. Among these was a version of Street View that moves through Google's virtual world in response to the physical movements of the phone itself.

"With a flick of the finger, you can navigate around," Horowitz said, as he used the device's touch screen to wander through Street View. But then he switched to "compass-mode," tapping into the device's built-in compass and accelerometer. He could spin through those virtual streets simply by spinning his phone. "This is one of my favorite new features on Street View," he said, as applause erupted from several hundred developers. "The device can actually track my movements."

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Google Earth in the browser is fast, but ugly


Google today sped ahead in the web search domain once again with the release of the Google Earth API. Yes, the recent improvements to Live Maps were impressive, but today the search giant has put Google Earth into the browser. Microsoft made this move first, completely disregarding Google's client release of Google Earth, with its Virtual Earth API and browser plug-in. Google's Windows-only release today seems to focus on 3D, and speed. The performance is noticeably superior to Microsoft's, but there are still obvious kinks that need to be worked out.

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Opera extends Gears support


Oslo, Norway — May 29, 2008

Opera Software announced today it will support Gears in its desktop and mobile browsers. The inclusion of Gears in Opera’s main browsing products supports Opera’s vision of transforming the browser into a full platform for applications, regardless of device.

“Opera will have full support for Gears on mobile when they launch this year,” said Charles Wiles, Product Manager for mobile web apps at Google. “Opera Mobile 9.5 will be a great example of a high-quality browser on a mobile platform that supports Gears. This marks the coming of age of the browser as the platform for application development on mobile devices.”

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Belgian Newspapers Sue Google For Sending Them Traffic - Again


Actually, Copiepresse is suing Google for publishing and storing their content without permission, but what they obviously don’t understand is that when Google News publishes your headline and a short excerpt linking to the original article, that’s fair use, and it’s a good thing because it sends you tons of traffic.

This is an old story; and if you’ve been following it closely, you know that Google had already lost once. Copiepresse only wanted their content to be removed from Google News and Google.be, however, now they want money - anywhere between 51.7 and 77.5 million dollars will do.

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Google hits back at YouTube lawsuit


Is Viacom really endangering the freedom of the net?

Viacom’s threat of legal action against YouTube for allowing copyrighted material to appear online has left Google forecasting the death of Internet freedom.

Google owns YouTube, and it has reacted furiously to broadcasting giant Viacom’s assertion that they had done ‘little or nothing’ to stop infringement.

Lawyers for Google state that the suit “threatens the way hundreds of millions of people legitimately exchange information.”

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Google hits back at YouTube lawsuit - Tuesday, May 27, 2008 -

Google Adword Creativity


Interesting article about Adwords (with pics):

Text ads can be smart, funny, and sometimes unintentionally hilarious when they show up in the wrong context.

The idea here is CREATIVITY like in any other ad format that differentiate you from others in the otherwise cluttered environment.

Somebody asked what you can do with words other than writing a small copy in Google adword program and making it most relevant to the keyword punched in.

Result of this thought: All the ads look just the same.



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Man posts his own crimes on YouTube


Andrew Kellett branded 'dumbest criminal'

YouTube has pulled the plug on a user after he used the video sharing site to brag about his criminal exploits.

Andrew Kellett, 23, was banned from YouTube and given an interim ASBO by Leeds magistrates after posting more than 80 videos in which he appears to commit a range of offences.

The videos showed Kellett leaving a petrol station without paying, taking class A drugs and being driven in a speeding car at more than 140mph.

The clips also show other people setting off fireworks in a wheelie bin and in a microwave oven in the road.

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Google's Page Goes To Washington To Promote 'White Spaces'


Page sees slivers of unused wireless spectrum filling a role similar to Wi-Fi -- free and available widely across the United States.

Google (NSDQ: GOOG) co-founder Larry Page intensified the campaign to make "white spaces" spectrum available for use by mobile phones and other wireless devices in a visit to Washington lawmakers this week.

Page toured the Federal Communications Commission and Congress during the week, meeting with FCC officials and members of Congress, including John Dingell, chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Underlying issues are whether the slivers of unused spectrum will cause interference with other spectrum and whether white spaces could be auctioned.

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Google Desktop 5.7.805.16405


Google Desktop gives you easy access to information on your computer and from the web. It's a desktop search application that provides full text search over your email, computer files, music, photos, chats and web pages that you've viewed. By making your computer searchable, Google Desktop puts your information easily within your reach and frees you from having to manually organize your files, emails and bookmarks. It makes searching your computer as easy as searching the web with Google.

Google Desktop doesn't just help you search your computer; it also helps you gather new information from the web with Sidebar, a new desktop feature that shows you your new email, weather and stock information, personalized news and RSS/Atom feeds, and more. Sidebar is personalized automatically, without any manual configuration required (though you can certainly make your own customizations if you want to).

We've also improved your desktop search experience. With Quick Find, you can now launch applications and see search results as you type without even opening a browser. We've also extended our Outlook integration, so you can search Google Desktop with the Outlook Toolbar and see results within Outlook itself. Finally, you can search even more stuff, including your Gmail, files on network drives, many Outlook data types (including Contacts, Tasks, Calendar, Notes and Journal) and MSN Messenger chats. And if you yearn for even stronger security, you can encrypt your entire index.

Improved Sidebar and Google Gadgets. Add Google Gadgets to customize your desktop and Sidebar, Developers: Create and share your own gadgets.

Requires Windows Windows 2000 SP3+/XP/Vista

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Fake News Punishable By Google-Death?


There’s been a lot of noise over the fake news posted by Money.co.uk as an SEO tactic today, and perhaps it’s that I don’t have any scruples whatsoever, or perhaps all the other coverage I’ve read is just too holier-than-thou, but in the case of Lyndon Antcliff’s hoax story that ended up gaming Google, I simply don’t see how this is an example of “black hat SEO.”

In case you’re not sure what I’m talking about, I’ll quote blogger Jonathan Crossfield, who summarized the affair fairly succinctly:

“Online marketer Lyndon Antcliff recently helped a client achieve over 1500 inbound links in under a week with a story designed to grab attention.” The article, titled “13 Year Old Steals Dad’s Credit Card to Buy Hookers,” was and still is hosted at the authoritative looking domain Money.co.uk, which is a financial advisor and Lyndon’s client, apparently. The hoax news explains that “Ralph Hardy, a 13 year old from Newark, Texas confessed to ordering an extra credit card from his father’s existing credit card company,” taking his friends on a $30,000 spending spree “culminating in playing ’Halo’ on an Xbox with a couple of hookers in a Texas motel.”

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Doodle 4 Google Competition: 'Up in the Clouds' by Grace Moon

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Free Service Combats Google's Latest Privacy Policy Ruling for AdSense Publishers

Announcing the Latest Google Compliance Requirement. Webmasters hosting Google AdSense on their sites are now being forced meet Google's new privacy policy requirements or face the consequences once again as Google continues to grind out yet another of their stress inducing compliance tactics.


(PRWEB) May 22, 2008 -- To solve the problem, generate a free Google compliant Privacy Policy right now, easily tailored to work on any website. (Takes less than 15 minutes)

Announcing the Latest Google Compliance Requirement

Many webmasters hosting Google AdSense on their sites are forced to comply or face consequences once again as Google continues to grind out yet another of their stress inducing compliance tactics.

Warning: Do as Google Says, or Face De-activation of AdSense Revenue.

The most recent crackdown from Google is the requirement for a privacy policy on every site hosting Google AdSense.

Google has gained a reputation for forcing webmasters to scramble every time they implement another one of their "Quality Compliance Rules". This latest rule is aimed at AdSense publishers not hosting a proper Privacy Policy.

This particular rule isn't quite as stressful as some previous Google Slaps have been, but it still has the power to get an AdSense account shut off by not meeting Google's requirements.

An Easy 15 Minute Solution

There are a number of solutions to writing a Privacy Policy which range from free (for example: bonus from a software vendor like Trust Guard) to hundreds of dollars if an attorney is involved. In this case, requirements are easily met for most sites.

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Introducing third-party ads on the Google content network


The Google content network now accepts display ads served from qualified third-party vendors. Third-party ad serving has been a longstanding request from top brand AdWords advertisers who use third parties to create and manage their online campaigns. Initially, we will be only accepting third-party ads in English, but we hope to expand to other languages soon.

Making the Google content network more accessible to large brand advertisers also benefits AdSense publishers and end users. Third-party ad serving will introduce a greater variety of advertising into the Google content network, increase the inventory of quality display ads competing to show on AdSense publisher sites, and offer more engaging ads for end users. In the long run, we believe the increased inventory and ad competition will result in increased revenue for many AdSense publishers.

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Ecoogler is a search engine that uses Yahoo technology and helps reforesting trees and safeguard water resources in the Amazon region, which constitute today one fourth of the fresh water reserves of our planet.

By using Ecoogler you get same results and help the non-profit association Aquaverde founded in Geneva, Switzerland, in 2002.

This is possible with agreements with Yahoo and Aquaverde.

How it works?

For every search in Ecoogler, you contribute symbolically to reforest one leaf. For every 10.000 searches, Ecoogler and Aquaverde plant a tree in the Amazon.

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Google in urgent talks over Microsoft-Yahoo! deal


Google executives convened an emergency meeting last night to discuss the implications of a possible revived deal between Yahoo! and Microsoft.

The pair are understood to be negotiating a deal concerning the control of advertisements that are displayed next to internet search results, a market that is dominated by Google. The joint venture could be sealed in the next few days.

Speaking at the Google Zeitgeist conference in Hertfordshire, hosted by the internet company’s founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Eric Schmidt, the chief executive, said: “After this press conference the three of us will meet and decide what our response is.”

The three companies are fighting over online advertising, which is thought to be worth about $40 billion a year and is expected to double by 2010.

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Google Health Goes Live


At a press-packed, early morning event, Google launched its long anticipated health initiative, Google Health today.

The company's closest friends were there -- including Dean Ornish, a hot-shot health guru and UCSF professor; and the room was full of reps from Google partners, including Long's Drugs, Walgreens, and the Cleveland Clinic.

Conspicuously missing from the event? Insurance providers. Not one, despite Google VP Marissa Mayer's promise that there will be "thousands" of partners to come.

"We haven't explored [insurer partnerships] to date because we understand that it's very sensitive for consumers," Mayer said.

It's a prudent decision given the amount of concern surrounding Google Health. The service, which has been under development for more than two years, is meant to serve as a central, digital depository for medical records and health information. Users can import medical records and create a profile (including allergies, immunizations, medications, etc.), which are stored in a database, and available to users' individual doctors. Eventually, people may be able to upload data from other electronic devices -- including their shoes or their pedometers -- in order to track personal health progress.

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Facebook Denies Google Friend Connect, Privacy Concerns


Washington (dbTechno) - Facebook announced that they have denied Google Friend Connect access to Facebook user data.

The Google Friend Connect service would allow any Web site to have social networking features. This would allow users to go on a different Web site, and access their photos, profile, blogs, etc and update them accordingly.

Facebook is apparently not up for this idea at all though as they do not want Facebook users to interact with Google Friend Connect it seems.

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125th Birthday of Walter Gropius

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125th Birthday of Walter Gropius - Sunday, May 18, 2008 -

Google Finds That Perks Can't Keep Some Employees From Leaving


Google has one of the most employee pampering policies, but its losing star employees; what's happening?

Google's top 3 executives have pledged to stay with the company for two more decades. It's not hard to imagine why with the company's rampant success and amazing perks.

Like a tropical paradise, the Google workplace environment sounds like some fantasy or flight of one's imagination. Employees get haute cuisine lunches cooked by renowned chefs. Childcare and swimming spas all come free as well. The workplace features art and brings in guest speakers like Barack Obama, which whether you love them or hate them, promise to yield above average water cooler chat. And tech training sessions are in no short supply.

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Invention of the First Laser

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Invention of the First Laser - Friday, May 16, 2008 -

ReadAir 0.11


ReadAir 0.1 is an OSX Themed Desktop Client for Mac or Windows. Built with Adobe Air.

Features
 · Mac themed scrollbars and form elements
 · Full synchronization with Google Reader Account
 · Add/Remove/Manage tags
 · Subscribe/Unsubscribe from feeds
 · Search your feeds
 · User preferences
 · Resizable viewing pane
 · Auto software update
 · Auto login

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ReadAir 0.11 - Thursday, May 15, 2008 -

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