MichaelArrington is a sharp guy. Either way, you are getting them Michael, and I will watch closely how those search numbers over at Alexa are influenced. As many of the comments on the article have stated, an anonymous post about transparency is...
MichaelArrington at Techcrunch reported that Yahoo is announcing fireeagle, which is a new service for obtaining geo-location information, storing it, and making it available to other web applications.
TechCrunch's MichaelArrington says "They've crossed a hazy ethical line here. I thought Barry Schwartz did a good job of putting the argument to bed in a post at Search Engine Roundtable earlier this week, but it seems that lots of people are up...
It spurred MichaelArrington to fire up a list over at Odd Post To An Official Google Blog Raises Security Concerns Does another odd post to one of Google official blogs mean Google losing it in
terms of security?
It spurred MichaelArrington to fire up a list over at That's certainly MichaelArrington view at TechCrunch. Does another odd post to one of Google official blogs mean Google losing it
in terms of security?
TechCrunch's MichaelArrington served at MC of the
event, and All Women Team Takes Yahoo Hack Day Top Prize post covers the top winners,
briefly. It sounds like Yahoo's first open Hack Day was
a big success, featuring even a performance by Beck.
A new post and positive comments from Greg Linden along with posts from SiliconBeat and an older post and company profile from MichaelArrington at TechCrunch all point to a podcast/vidcast search and recommendation service named Loomia that...
MichaelArrington has a bit more on TechCrunch. For more on Content-Based Image Retrieval, this post might be of interest. Microsoft tries classifieds from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer (spotted
via Greg Linden) has nice details on the project...