If you listen to Google (and these days who doesn’t?), speed is everything on the Web. “Page load times are the critical metric,” says Marissa Mayer, Google’s SVP for search. She says the entire basis for Google’s success was their emphasis on extremely fast page loads way back in the dial-up era when the Web loaded line by line. Many … Continue reading
WorldMate is huge in the mobile world — it first started as a Palm OS app back in 2000. Then, as today, they realized that “travel = mobile” and so it made sense to build a mobile application for travelers. WorldMate had an innovative approach and built what was the industry’s first on-device portal with a myriad of travel content … Continue reading
Once upon a Myspace time, I tried searching for a few band profiles inside the Myspace network. I didn’t get the exact spelling and spacing right, and ended up on a total search maze. What a disaster! From there on out, I would actually leave Myspace, go back to Google and search there for a Myspace profile. Strange and sad … Continue reading
Social gaming has become huge in the last year — after all, playing games is naturally a social activity. Social gaming basically combines the best of the gaming portals with the social network platform. What’s so great about this idea is that the social tools offered enable casual gamers to play in a much more fun, interesting and competitive environment. … Continue reading
Most people find their favorite social networking spots for their personal needs quite easily. The socialites go to Facebook and the business networkers go to LinkedIn. But the search for the musician’s perfect online home is becoming just a little bit harder these days.
Facebook has been adding a whole lot of new features lately. Although they haven’t quite filled the cups of each kind of social profiler (ie: musicians, career seekers, etc) but they have certainly risen to the 3/4 mark, and are getting closer by the day. (Yes, I’m recording exact measurements). Last week Facebook implemented a new fresh alerts system. But … Continue reading