Friday, May 14, 2010
I have yet to see the same "editor" in Blogger in two consecutive posts in the last four days, so I am guessing that Teh Google is changing platform things up a bit, too. Teh Google has also added e-mail commenting and photo album viewers for Buzz, as well.
Additionally, there are a couple of new features that have been added to G-Mail recently, too. You can now just drag and drop attachments in G-Mail. This doesn't really add any ease to the way that I send e-mails, but maybe you can see the benefit.
If you are a BIG proponent of "open-web" stuff, Teh Google Docs has majorly upped their game in an effort to break the stranglehold of Microsoft Office. I can see this as nothing but a good thing, even though I do not use cloud-computing as much as I did just two short years ago. With the demise, or the lack of stability, of G.ho.st, I have started moving everything to my physical drives, but maybe it is time for me to start taking a harder look.
As far as Teh Google Teh Phone, they have made a few changes that appear to be acknowledging Teh Google FAILURE, though. So, when coupled with Android, Teh Google is dropping the MacApple-like online store, which obviously is a form of marketing that is only attractive to DUMB people.
At some point in the VERY near future, I am going to be launching my business site for real and I am trying to figure out traffic generation and what interests folks. Obviously, it AIN'T the content on this danged blog, either. But, with three years of active learning on what drives traffic, maybe I can become an interblog-millionaire and start sending y'all money for reading my rants.
Anyhoo, I have added Amazon Affiliate Links on posts and a search on the sidebar. I think that I might have inadvertently added AdSense, too, but I won't know what it looks like for a couple of days. Buy my junk, y'all.
In the last couple of weeks, there have been big changes in Google link value, plus IBM has launched a new Social Media Analytics thingy, and FAILbook has kicked the door open to selling every single piece of your personal information. Traffic is about to become more unpredictable, it seems. As if, traffic predictability was ever something that we could figure out.
By the way, please keep in mind that this blog is the MOST accurate information delivery portal on the entire Dubya.Dubya.Dubya, so keep coming around so you will know how NOT to get had in Gangland territory, yo.
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