Apple iMac Touch coming soon? Looks like it! This would be the DEATH OF THE MOUSE as I see it!
Although both Facebook and Google has not yet announced this officially, some folks are reporting that status updates from Facebook pages will start showing up on Google search results today. Of course, this comes hot on the heels of Yahoo’s announcement of their content-sharing deal with Twittter.
Wow, the federal government is now using Google Analytics!? Wow. Cool! Google is now officially Skynet!
Just about everyone who calls me wonders about my voice mail / answering service… well I use Google Voice and love it. Learn more here!
Ok, so I finally set up a ning site for zen-cart. If you find the zencart forum to be rather large, crowded and intimidating then you might like this smaller more intimate setting in ning to ask all of your zen cart questions.
A “little bird” told me that Zen Cart 1.3.9 should be coming out VERY SOON! This will have all of the latest patches for zencart obviously but it will also add in some great updates! And some possible new foreshadowing of ideas that are coming with zencart 2.0! One area that should be coming is an update to attribute insertion! If this is added (I have heard that it will!), it will make adding attributes MUCH QUICKER FOLKS! And this should be a sign of things to come for Zen Cart 2.0 folks! I’ll update you on more Zen Cart news when I know more!
Goodbye Facebook! It was REALLY nice knowing you! Love live Google Buzz!
Google Takes on Facebook With BUZZ
This MIGHT work… could be amazing… or it could be Orkut… Facebook needs to pay attention to this! But only if it integrates Picasa!
Gmail is set to become Google’s next major push into social media. According to The Wall Street Journal, the popular webmail service will soon launch a new feature for sharing content and status updates with friends.
Under an agreement that is still being finalized, the National Security Agency would help Google analyze a major corporate espionage attack that the firm said originated in China and targeted its computer networks, according to cybersecurity experts familiar with the matter. The objective is to better defend Google — and its users — from future attack.