Twitter Gmail Gadget Developer Pushes Out Updates

It’s one of the more useful Gmail gadgets out there and it’s just got better. If you are a user of the Twitter Gadget For Gmail, you may have noticed a couple of cool improvements lately. For those of you who don’t know what the gadget is, it’s...

The Search Deal 18 Months in the Making

So it finally happened: Microhoo, YahooSoft, YaBing…however you call the search deal between Microsoft and Yahoo it is now officially signed with the biggest pen I have ever seen.  There has been tons of write-ups on the pros and cons by people with a lot more...

ROI Is a Number, Not “Awesome”

You probably get them as much as I do: those sales calls from people who can “guarantee top positioning in Google and other search engines”.  Little do they know that when they call me, they’re talking to someone who doesn’t mind showing them...

My 5,000th Tweet – Why it Took 2 Years to Get There

Hello, my name is Brian Wallace, and I’m a Twitterholic.  I’ve been on Twitter as @nowsourcing nearly 2 years now. (image credit: whendidyoujointwitter.com) So if I’ve been on Twitter so long, you might be skeptical that I only have 5,000 updates and...

Aardvark – Giving Search Queries The Personal Touch

I am a big online searcher, so much so that I should trademark the phrase “I’m off to ask my friend Mr Google”. But Google and other similar search engines can only do so much when it comes to answering search queries. Being an algorithim, they are...