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Google Instant Search disrupts SEO

Google Instant Search disrupts SEO

Google announced and released instant search today, a feature that combines instant dynamic results with predictions to instantly populate the page with results as you type. Dynamic Results – Google dynamically displays relevant search results as you type so you can quickly interact and click through to the web content you need. Predictions – One(…)

Google Vs. Facebook: Google Me is not a rumor

Google Vs. Facebook: Google Me is not a rumor

Citing a “very credible source,” Digg founder Kevin Rose tweeted that Google is readying “Google Me,” a social network intended to compete with Facebook … The Tweet was now deleted, but not before many sites including Gizmodo, and Louis Gray already wrote about it. TechCrunch confirmed today that it’s not a rumor, it’s real. D’Angelo, who was(…)

Let’s All Celebrate The Death of DRM

Let’s All Celebrate The Death of DRM

Just in case you hadn’t heard – iTunes is officially dropping DRM and will be releasing all future tracks as 256 kbs AAC files (very high quality audio format). This is a true sign that the music industry has accepted that the right way to manage piracy isn’t by making consumers jump through ridiculous security(…)

YouTube as a discussion destination

Guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani has sued Coldplay for copyright infringement over claims that their hit single, Viva La Vida, used “substantial original portions” of his song If I Could Fly from 2004, seeking damages for “any and all profits.” The lawsuit has been filed in Los Angeles federal court. Chris Martin has said: “We’re definitely(…)

Adobe Max Day 1: Keynote

First big announcement is that there’s a new emphasis on the Flash Platform – as originally called by Macromedia in 2005. Flash, Flex, AIR, and Thermo are just tools to develop experiences using the Flash Runtime, and apparently all these names are just confusing people. Adobe decided to consolidate everything into one platform and market(…)

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