I guess the hint wasn’t good enough. I’m sure this will be fixed in an hour or two, which may or may not break the link, but here it is anyway :) Edit: They pulled the article about half an hour later.
I happened across a wonderful surprise tonight as I went to fetch something using Google’s Image Search. Right there on the front page, sat an invitation to Explore images using Google Image Swirl. Almost Ready Google talked about this back in mid-november and even had a rocky preview available for users to try out. Afterwards [...]
My inbox had a nice surprise for me tonight; Google floated a Christmas present to Gmail users, and it was nice. I don’t mean like closed-beta nice, or anything of the sort — their gift is $20 million in charity to a laundry-list of both national and international organizations. See the gift here. When Google [...]
It seems they’ll never learn. Yesterday, this pop-up introduced itself to Facebook users across the globe, and it wasn’t to the warmest of welcomes, either. Out of the millions of users who see this pop-up, roughly half can be expected to actually follow through with the indoctrination into new privacy features, while the rest will [...]
Yes, they’ve finally done it. After months of talk about incorporating the mounds of real-time data to which Google has access, they’re finally piping it all into their own search results. The sources they listed are some pretty big names: Facebook, Twitter, FriendFeed, MySpace, and Jaiku, among others — and that’s not counting the major [...]
Google’s been tailoring search results for quite some time now, and their new Web History, a considerable upgrade to the venerable Search History, has made far deeper personalization a reality. Now they’ve taken it one step further — Google’s enabled personalized search for users who aren’t signed in to Google. Personalization without Google sign-in is [...]