Don’t Click It

If you ever had the sneaking suspicion that your online navigational habits have gotten into a rut, this site will confirm it. dontclick.it. (Thanks Dave)…

DciIf you ever had the sneaking suspicion that your online navigational habits have gotten into a rut, this site will confirm it. dontclick.it.

(Thanks Dave)

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My API’s Better Than Your API

Google and Yahoo both introduced mapping APIs last week, which is a good thing. Not surprisingly, this Yahoo fellow (Jeff McManus) likes his API better that Google's. That raised the ire of Google's Kevin Fox. Ah, competition. It's good for ya….and good for developers and, in the end, all…

Google and Yahoo both introduced mapping APIs last week, which is a good thing. Not surprisingly, this Yahoo fellow (Jeff McManus) likes his API better that Google’s. That raised the ire of Google’s Kevin Fox. Ah, competition. It’s good for ya….and good for developers and, in the end, all the web.

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The Real Master Plan

Steve Jurvetson has posted a shot of a whimsical "Google Master Plan"whiteboard he saw at the Googleplex. You need a flickr account to see the best bits, but it's worth checking out in any case. (Via GMSV)…

GoogjurvSteve Jurvetson has posted a shot of a whimsical “Google Master Plan”whiteboard he saw at the Googleplex. You need a flickr account to see the best bits, but it’s worth checking out in any case. (Via GMSV)

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Guess The Google

Tweney points us to "Guess the Google" – a good way to screw around during conference calls. The site throws up 20 seemingly random images and you try to guess the keyword that generated them….

GtgTweney points us to “Guess the Google” – a good way to screw around during conference calls.

The site throws up 20 seemingly random images and you try to guess the keyword that generated them.

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Seth’s Final Media Futures Piece…

Seth posted it a while ago, and I finally have read it. It's worth your time. From it: Our actions, expressed as Attention, establish networks that connect us, our family, our friends, our colleagues and our affinities.  The net currently has a schizophrenic but unique way of remembering bits…

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Seth posted it a while ago, and I finally have read it. It’s worth your time. From it:

Our actions, expressed as Attention, establish networks that connect us, our family, our friends, our colleagues and our affinities. 

The net currently has a schizophrenic but unique way of remembering bits and pieces of these attention streams:  Not all data is captured; the consumer has no central attention management tool; and most companies don’t want you moving your history between their networks anyway. 

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Lots to Catch Up On

Google eyes Baidu….I got a call on this, and honestly have no idea if this is true. But you've been reading my opining on China and Google for some time now. Google Toolbar for Firefox coming. Cnet has the scoop. SEW finds an interesting study which tracks usage of…

Google eyes Baidu….I got a call on this, and honestly have no idea if this is true. But you’ve been reading my opining on China and Google for some time now.

Google Toolbar for Firefox coming. Cnet has the scoop.

SEW finds an interesting study which tracks usage of Google.

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