Hopefully I am not the only fool out there to have posted about Google’s public April Fools’ joke, Virgil! Apparently Google is historically known for their annual hoaxes. So a word of warning come next year…don’t believe any news on April 1st, even if it is on the Official Google Blog. So really, did anyone […]

If this wasn’t posted on the Official Google Blog I probably wouldn’t have believed it. Google is teaming up with Sir Richard Branson to form Virgle, the goal of which is the establishment of a permanent human settlement on Mars. If you ever dreamed of being a pioneer here is your chance. The adventure begins […]

CNET is sponsoring the Webware 100 Awards where you can vote for the best Web 2.0 apps. The winners will be announced at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco on April 21st, 2008. Here is a look at my picks from the productivity category (you can vote up to 3 times), plus a few […]

Google announced the introduction of Google Sites as part of Google Apps. This is a nice addition to the free suite of Google Apps services. Here is a brief introduction to Google Sites: It’s an online application that makes creating a team web site as easy as editing a document. You can quickly gather a […]

Google’s Android mobile operating system has already gotten a lot of press, but seeing is believing and once you see what can be done on this platform you will be excited about what the future of mobile has to offer. Check out this video released by Google… You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to […]

Don’t get me wrong, I think it is great that awareness for environmental issues is growing and that many companies are taking serious efforts to make a difference. However, I really find it annoying when they just use it as a marketing gimmick without any real substance to back it up. An example of which […]

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Looking for a keyword tool? With a quick search you will find that there many tools to choose from, but here is one that you probably have not tried. Google Sets is a tool in Google Labs that “Automatically creates sets of items from a few examples”. Obviously not born as a keyword tool, as […]