1. A long winding road out of beta

    Date: 02/11/05 (Web Technology)    Keywords: google

    Is a two-year beta really a test? Bloggers, developers argue over whether companies like Google stretch the beta concept too far.

    Source: http://news.zdnet.com/A+long+winding+road+out+of+beta/2100-9588_22-5571590.html?part=rss&tag=feed&subj=zdnn

  2. Google Part-Time Job Opening

    Date: 01/01/70 (Programming)    Keywords: spam, google

    I was reading on a couple other sites about a Google temporary job opening. They're offering a new position, where someone can work remotely, called a Quality Rater. Another name for this title could be Spam Reporter, since this job...

    Source: http://www.coreycollins.com/blog/archives/000052.php

  3. 301 Redirect

    Date: 01/01/70 (Programming)    Keywords: google

    I learned how to do something new today. I learned how to do a 301 redirect. This type of redirect is said to be the most search engine friendly and is a way to move Google PR from one site...

    Source: http://www.coreycollins.com/blog/archives/000049.php

  4. In Out Board Search Engine Optimization

    Date: 01/01/70 (Programming)    Keywords: google

    I've been playing around with Search Engine Optimization tactics and I have employed some at my test In Out Board page. I am going to try to get my In Out Board page ranked in the first page in Google....

    Source: http://www.coreycollins.com/blog/archives/000044.php

  5. What’s so great about Google Search?

    Date: 12/19/04 (Java Web)    Keywords: google

    Keith posted an interesting article countering the hype generated by Google Suggest & GMail - Google Suggest and GMail are a step backwards I think there are two things which makes Google Suggest interesting.

    Source: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AngsumansBlogOnJavaAndWebTechnologies?m=104

  6. Why does my Google Desktop search contact internet?

    Date: 12/15/04 (Java Web)    Keywords: google

    Occassionally Google Desktop Search contacts internet, even when I am not using it.

    Source: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AngsumansBlogOnJavaAndWebTechnologies?m=99

  7. “Will I go to hell?” takes on whole new meaning on googling!

    Date: 11/13/04 (Java Web)    Keywords: google

    Just google for "Will I go to hell?" and select the "I am feeling lucky" button. This may be a good avenue of redemption for so many tortured souls ;) For the curious this Hell is a creation by Kenneth Aronson, a Topanga, CA based artist, who sells art in Santa Monica gallery.

    Source: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AngsumansBlogOnJavaAndWebTechnologies?m=21

  8. Google Desktop - A review

    Date: 11/04/04 (Java Web)    Keywords: google

    I have been using Google Desktop for about a week now and it is a wonderful tool to have, except for few caveats.

    Source: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AngsumansBlogOnJavaAndWebTechnologies?m=26

  9. JDK1.5 Downloaded?

    Date: 03/05/04 (Java Web)    Keywords: google

    Update: Lots of people have been coming to this link as it is top ranked in google for "jdk1.5". Few links of interest for them (looking at their comments):

    Source: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AngsumansBlogOnJavaAndWebTechnologies?m=49

  10. Attention Distraction Disorder of Computer Users

    Date: 02/12/05 (Java Web)    Keywords: rss, google

    I think many of us, including myself, often find ourselves distracted while doing a job on computer. The distractions could range from checking email, IM, checking RSS feeds of latest news or getting sucked into google mode and continuing browsing, in detrement to the work at hand. Personally I get...

    Source: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AngsumansBlogOnJavaAndWebTechnologies?m=141

  11. Google, VNU in targeted ad deal

    Date: 02/16/05 (Web Technology)    Keywords: web, google

    The search giant's AdWords program is coming to the Web sites of Billboard, Hollywood Reporter and other VNU publications.
    Images: Google's maps to go

    Source: http://news.zdnet.com/Google%2C+VNU+in+targeted+ad+deal/2100-9588_22-5578976.html?part=rss&tag=feed&subj=zdnn

  12. Fight over 'forms' clouds future of Net applications

    Date: 02/17/05 (Web Technology)    Keywords: web, google

    They're used in everything from Google searches to Web tax filings. But standards struggle is rattling W3C and confounding developers.

    Source: http://news.zdnet.com/Fight+over+%27forms%27+clouds+future+of+Net+applications/2100-9588_22-5581106.html?part=rss&tag=feed&subj=zdnn

  13. Percentage-based outcomes

    Date: 02/17/05 (PHP Community)    Keywords: php, google

    I'm in need of a program that will take a number as input and use said input to determine the percentage of time it will return true. Just off the top of my head, without looking at google or even the PHP manual, I'm thinking something simple like generating a random number from 1-100 and subtracting the input number from it. The result would then be tested to if it is equal to or less than 0, at which point it would return false - else, it would return true.

    Of course, I already see an obvious problem: if looking for say a 99% chance of success, and the random number is anything less than 99 the function would return false and would actually have only a 2% chance of returning true.

    Any thoughts a good way to accomplish this?

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/php/261246.html

  14. where to store images?

    Date: 02/16/05 (PHP Community)    Keywords: database, security, google

    Because '[info]'xinu is too busy working in production environments, I spent about 15 minutes reading through different articles Google found on the subject. Here's a brief result:

    extremeexperts article summary: if the images are small and need security, use a DB. If the images are big or requested frequently, use the filesystem. The article also has a link regarding the TerraServer, which stores all its images (8 terabytes) in a database.

    Here are some fetch statistics, too.

    Community memories would come in handy, if the admin ever felt so inclined. *hinthint*

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/php/260494.html

  15. Office 2003 weirdness

    Date: 11/12/04 (Software)    Keywords: software, microsoft, google

    Hi folks,

    Recently with Office 2003 when I start Word and FrontPage (which I use most commonly) I get a dialog with "Installing: Microsoft Office Word feature" and "Installing: Microsoft Office FrontPage feature" respectively. The program starts after a few second once the install is complete, so the software is still working at least.

    It's getting increasingly annoyed though as (a) it adds to the time to start the application (b) I'm wondering why on earth it does this.

    Any ideas why it's doing this? A quick Google hasn't turned up anything that I can see.


    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/software/43187.html

  16. Pear::DB vs. ADOdb?

    Date: 02/03/05 (PHP Development)    Keywords: php, mysql, database, sql, java, google

    I'm sure this is going to create a firestorm of debate, but I'm tired of spending countless hours on Google. Before doing PHP, I was a Perl/Java programmer, and was used to doing database stuff with DBI in Perl more than anything else. I'm presently writing a PHP/MySQL app, which will be ported over to Oracle, so I'm looking to start using an abstraction layer (something I admittedly should've been doing the whole time). I've researched ADOdb and Pear::DB, and I can't make up my mind. Would some of you folks mind sharing your personal experiences?


    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/php_dev/52325.html

  17. Deceptive clicks?

    Date: 02/25/05 (Web Technology)    Keywords: microsoft, google

    Commentary--Google, once the bastion of all good will, is now being likened to Microsoft--as the brouhaha over a new search feature rages.

    Source: http://news.zdnet.com/Deceptive+clicks%3F/2100-9588_22-5590568.html?part=rss&tag=feed&subj=zdnn

  18. Finally Yahoo joins the web services posse!

    Date: 03/01/05 (Java Web)    Keywords: web, google

    Too bad their sample request url's do not work! Their width of services is more than google - image, news and video search capability in addition to standard web search. They seem to think that location based search is a separate category.

    Source: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AngsumansBlogOnJavaAndWebTechnologies?m=171

  19. Dictionary API?

    Date: 03/02/05 (PHP Community)    Keywords: php, web, google


    So I made this AIM bot using the PHP:TOC class that plays a word game. See, you give it a word, let's say "cow" and he replies with another 3 letter word that's different from your word by a letter, like "how". It gets its words from a list I found on the internet, about 26,870 words.

    Here's the thing: I wanna get it to learn new words. Let's say someone says "mow" after "cow" but it's not in the listing. Right now, it'll say that "mow" isn't a real word, but I want some way of verifying if in fact it is a real word, and adding it to the list. Is there some web API for dictionary.com or something similar I could talk to with PHP?

    I'm think Google API might do it, but I haven't gotten to poke around with it yet. Anyone familiar with that API? How easy is it to use with PHP5?

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/php/268380.html

  20. Finally Yahoo joins the web services posse!

    Date: 03/01/05 (Java Web)    Keywords: web, yahoo, google

    Too bad their sample request url's do not work! Their width of services is more than google - image, news and video search capability in addition to standard web search. They seem to think that location based search is a separate category. It does offer choice to web services based service providers. However for Yahoo I think [...]

    Source: http://blog.taragana.com/index.php/archive/finally-yahoo-joins-the-web-services-posse/

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