Great, just months after I switched from a Blackberry to a Treo (hoping to have access to a wider range of apps), Google goes and announces Google Talk for Blackberry.
Anyone know if there is a version for the Treo 650?
Rubel’s comments include…
What I glean from this study is that the majority of bloggers generally amplify news through pointers and commentary to information others might not see. They’re not conducting real thorough reporting.
It’s clear that the term “blogger” has two distinct meanings.
a) Blogger = a news ‘journalist’ that uses an informal reporting style and offers personal commentary.
b) Blogger = anyone that publishes thoughts and commentary to a web site, on a regular basis, using a tool such as Blogger or Typepad.
Here’s what they had to say…
“This is Andy Beal’s post on ways to monitor your online reputation. While this is not about recruiting, this post is a great primer on ways to monitor the blogosphere regarding your online employer reputation. We selected this piece because it was informative, educational, easy to digest and something that would provide great utility to a wide audience of bloggers. So on behalf of Recruiting.com may we be the first in congratulating Andy and awarding the first of our Starbucks gold.”
I’d never heard of Watson, but the search tool is using Ask’s retirement of Jeeves in a clever viral marketing effort.
At the A Job For Jeeves site, they suggest that Jeeves is now looking for a job, after beeing forced into retirement. They ask whether they should hire the butler…
He’s got the right M.O. – after all, butlers, just like online search tools, should be proactive, not reactive. You don’t need to ask a good butler a question to get or find something; he should already know what you need and always have the info at-hand, just like Watson proactively brings computer users relevant information.
It’s a cute way to bring attention to Watson, so I’ll bite and go ahead and give them a plug. What does Watson do?
Barry’s discovered a disturbing occurence. Couples wedding registries are being placed online and then indexed by the search engines. Searchers looking for matching products are stumbling on these registries and buying the products without realizing some poor unsuspecting couple thinks they’re going to receive the items.
Barry refers to these as “fraudulent” purchases. That’s a term that appears to be kicked around without much thought these days. I wouldn’t call them fraudulent, just unfortunate.
Of course, this could all just be a stunt for Barry and Yisha to get more wedding gifts. just kidding Barry.
According to The Mercury News, American Airlines wants Google to reveal the identity of the person who uploaded a copyrighted video to Google Video.
The airline claims the clip was excerpted from a copyrighted training video. If the video is copyrighted, Google will probably be forced to comply, said Cindy Cohn, legal director for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a San Francisco-based group that advocates for digital rights.
Google has already indicated that, if the claim is legal, they will turn over the info – although they’ll give the poster of the video a chance to object.
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