Monthly Archives: November 2007

Google to let you Vote for Search Result

[Via TechCrunch] Google is working on a new experience within their search result, offering a way to the users to customize their search (voting for or against a result). Unfortunately this behavior would be only for the users not for all the research neither than for a network of friends / coworkers: […]This experiment lets… Read More »

Web 2.0 and Advertising

Very interesting article from Dale Dougherty at O’Reilly Radar. After displaying a (quite boring but illustrative) video, the author look at the changing world of advertisement with the Web 2.0. […]The concept behind this video is that advertisers think they know consumers and know what they want but they really don’t[…] […]Will my online profiles… Read More »

Click to Activate to be Removed by April 2008

[…]As a result of recent technology licenses acquired by Microsoft, the “click to activate” restrictions are no longer mandatory. Microsoft plans to remove the activation behavior from Internet Explorer in April 2008. Microsoft has indicated that developers will not need to make any modifications to existing websites; controls will function as they did before the… Read More »

Adobe MAX 2008

Ted Patrick has announced the future location of Adobe MAX 2008: San Francisco Amsterdam Bangalore If there is no major shift in my life until then I’ll certainly be heading to the Amsterdam’s one 🙂 Ahmet

Semantic Search Engine – Database and User Input

Very basically we have created a technology which can represent the world’s knowledge in a form that is clear and accessible to humans, as well as being comprehensible to computers. This is different from the knowledge stored in websites and books, which is written in natural language that is good for humans, but incomprehensible to… Read More »

Europe – onAIR Tour

According Andrew Shorten’s blog, Adobe is preparing the onAIR Tour for Europe 🙂 Seems that Adobe is taking Europa very seriously, we are having the European User Group Tour, oriented for the User Group Community (from November 6th to November 16). The last night of this Tour is taking place in Geneva, if you are… Read More »

Open Social Is Out :)

Just a copy from Opensocial homepage: The web is better when it’s social The web is more interesting when you can build apps that easily interact with your friends and colleagues. But with the trend towards more social applications also comes a growing list of site-specific APIs that developers must learn. OpenSocial provides a common… Read More »