Will Google Search one day become omniscient? :)
Following on the heels of Jonathan-C. Phillips, I have been asked if I would like to contribute to [GAS]! Feeling honored, I of course accepted…thank you, Kiltak! I will try to offer a hint of my somewhat humorous nature when I post about new technology & software. Of course, at the same time hopefully giving you […]
By Jonathan C. Phillips Contributing Writer, [GAS] Everyone seems to be talking about Google and Feedburner lately, and for good reasons. Feedburner, an important player in the RSS (really simple syndication) management world was just acquired by Google. It was announced on Techcrunch just yesterday, and apparently, the rumors were true: $100 million US! A […]
Interested in learning about the top search queries on Google for a certain day? If so, you’ll be pleased to learn that Google just introduced a new service, Google Hot Trends, that allows anyone to see the current top 100 searched-for keywords on Google’s search engine. As an example, the term “Super bowl 2011” was […]
By Jonathan-C. Phillips Contributing Writer, [GAS] Hey everyone, just wanted to write a little something here to let you know that I will be writing/contributing on [GAS] on a regular basis. I also wanted to give you some infos about me, and tell you a little bit about my background and experience. Thanx to Kiltak for inviting […]
Lo and behold, the full theatrical trailer for Michael Bay’s upcoming film, “Transformers”, has finally been released. I really hope they won’t have spoiled my childhood memory with this, but unfortunately, I have a feeling I’ll be seriously disappointed when it comes out. Enjoy the show!
Google has just announced that starting next Wednesday, it will start combining all of its search services under a single, universal interface. What does this mean for you? Let’s say you search Google for the term “geek”. Previously, the search engine would have returned you results based on its search database alone, but from now […]
In just a few months, the most complex and expensive scientific instrument to ever be built by mankind will be turned on. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) promises to recreate the conditions right after the Big Bang. By revisiting the beginning of time, scientists hope to unravel some of the deepest secrets of our Universe. […]