Everything on the MicrosoftMax site reminds me of Picasa2. The only other noteworthy part of…
Technorati is “a real-time search engine that keeps track of what is going on in the blogosphere “” the world of weblogs.” It’s been my default search engine when looking for content specifically in blogs and not in other websites.
But now there’s a new kid in town in the realm of searching blogs. (This kid and his cousins are all around town!) The new kid is called Blog Search by Google.
You see those Point-Of-Sale (POS) machines in SM? The machines that slurp your credit card when you make a purchase (I call it slurp, but most call it “œswipe”). The integrated machines that accept almost any credit card, debit card, and almost “œany” payment card. Now these POS machines at SM accept G-Cash payments!
Former Microsoft executive Dr. Kai-Fu Lee who was at the center piece of a non-compete bonanza between MS and Google, is now clear to start work for Google’s research and development center in China with the condition that “he does not use confidential information gleaned while he worked at Microsoft.”