It’s still hard to type with this splint, but I have been reading what I missed over the past few days, here’s what I find worthy:
Ars: Microsoft testing ad supported Office suite.
BB: No fly lists work, really, govt claims, but how is a secret….I love this line of thinking.
Google phone fantasies won’t die (Digg)
Om: Answers.com loses 28% of its traffic due to Google moving butt cheek one way or another.
Notes from a lunch with Google’s Susan Wojcicki, I was invited but was traveling, Philipp has the story.
I really can’t wait to fly Virgin America. (Radar)
Searchable database of tech events, since I know you guys go to a lot of em…(ResearchBuzz)
Ask swaps allegiances – aQuantive over Doubleclick, ie, Microsoft over Google. (NextNet)
HP is sponsoring the technology to make it possible for FM authors to post by voice. This is very cool given my hand situation. Thanks HP!
Here’s the post:
News and insights I’ve seen over the past few days:
First, Google hit a new high Friday.
Third, online spending is up again. Another study says so.
Jantsch notes that Intuit has a “follow me home” service to understand its customers better. Great idea.
Ars on Google on MSFT Vista integration. This is not going to go away soon.
Microsoft clears a hurdle to approval of its aQuantive acquisition.
Another Google wall of ideas.
Blinkx tries a video Adsense. (b2)
More steps in the development of a cultural grammar for video. (ars)
Business.com in play? My sources say it’s just rumors, but those tend to push into reality.
Matt has a deep take on Powerset.
Robert likes ClipBlast
BoingBoing rounds up *very* interesting reader input on the implications of Street View.
Ask’s commercial leaked by TC.
Whitacre still stirring the pot, though he does not have a company pot to piss in anymore (he’s retired from AT&T)…
Joi: Media companies are driving the boom.
What seems interesting as I catch up tonight: