As a quick follow-up to my post last week on the Google Zeitgeist, the official Google Blog has provided details on how they come up with their annual Zeitgeist stats. And it’s not based on the most common searches (thank GOD).
Archives for December 2006
Read a great article in the Wall Street Journal today where two venture capitalists face-off on whether the whole Web 2.0 thing is a bubble about to burst or a healthy boom. According to VentureOne, VCs sank $455 million into Web 2.0 companies in the first nine months of 2006 — three times the amount […]
I recently relocated to Aliso Viejo. Now instead of spending three hours on the road each day driving to and from the office, my commute is about five minutes. This gives me roughly 15 hours each week to fill with more meaningful pursuits. Pursuits such as mountain biking. Being new to the area I set […]
I’ve got to agree with Boing Boing: Nothing says Merry Christmas like a chihuahua with a rifle, as in this Christmas card from 1895.
Google has published their year-end zeitgeist — a collection of stats that describe what the world thought was worth searching for. It’s always interesting, and often surprising, to see things from a global perspective. Not surprisingly, myspace ranked pretty high on the list — number two overall. I was surprise to see bebo, a myspace […]
In a couple weeks, I’ll be heading to Las Vegas for the 40th annual Consumer Electronics Show. It’s an enormous convention — so big that only a city like Vegas could really handle the crowd. I’ll be checking out the latest technology for BigBlueBall.com. Last year we got some inside info on Google Talk upgrades, […]