WordPress blogs now supports Pubsubhubbub protocol – this is an important step that will lead to new and interesting innovative websites (you don’t have to spend millions $$ to do large scale near-realtime aggregation).
In the year 2014, The New York Times has gone offline. The Fourth Estate’s fortunes have waned. What happened to the news?
If you have not seen this yet, have a look.. quite amusing;
As we know Google are very good at making people work for them for free and they’ve done it again. You can now create your “own” search engine searching only your topics of interest and with your look and feel and even “tags”/filters.. I created one to test it and it searches Java resources… my link is;
Just tap it!! http://www.songtapper.com can recognise song names by you tapping it with a key on your computer! Its online, free and worked for me – twice! (and everyone knows I don’t have a musical bone in my body)
Those marketeers at Sensis has some great ideas every now and then;
Idea: for every search you perform using the search engine, the company will donate money to clean 100 grams of Co2 – which equals the emission from running your refridgerator for 12 hours .
CitySearch, Australias second largest entertainment portal, which I spent a long time being the architect for, has finally launched. Go to CitySearch
This site is very interesting;