For Google’s Founders, What’s Cooler Than a Private Jet? Making your mobile search faster – Google Inside Search BlogGoogle adds expandable sitelinks, or "quick links" (essentially sitelinks within sitelinks), as well as an experimental blue "Quick...
An overview of some of today's ad/tech news. Search & Social Ask.com is both going back to its original Q&A format as well as moving forth into social search by launching what it calls the beta version of "new Ask.com" site, focusing on its...
Twitter is already like the mall, or at least an airport concourse with companies such as Starbucks, Dell, Dunkin' Donuts, JetBlue and . TimAsh Applying Probability to Landing Page Optimization SEW EXPERTS: BY THE NUMBERS In the context of LPO...
Twitter is already like the mall, or at least an airport concourse with companies such as Starbucks, Dell, Dunkin' Donuts, JetBlue and Southwest Airlines tweeting away. It's one of social media's favorite topics: How will Twitter make money?
JetBlue is testing limited wifi on one of its planes. Lately, there have been a swarm of announcements regarding Wifi coming to some previously unconnected spots. California has installed Wifi in several of its state parks.
Eric Schmidt has the use of a corporate jet that he makes available from time to time to Apex Aviation Corporation for charters by Apex to its customers. Bluestar Jets must be singin' the Blue Star Blues to Google.
In the event of a sudden loss of propulsion, look under your seat for the blue, red, yellow and green Google parachute. InsideGoogle spotted a funny write up from the Seattle Times called Google founders eager to take users for a ride.
New details out now about the Google Jet we've written about
used 767 that Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have purchased. FYI, we have a Search Engine Watch Forum discussion on the jet:
Airlines including JetBlue, Northwest, American, and Delta handed over records that in some cases contained personally identifiable data (credit card info, telephone numbers, etc. Department Of Justice subpoena or request for search data.
Every major airline is participating in the program, and even most low-fare airlines including JetBlue, Independence and others are on board—the one exception being Southwest, which traditionally has never partnered with anyone else.