Wednesday, July 21, 2010

New About Google - 21 July 2010

  • On July 24, It's Time to Make Film History

    July 20, 2010

    This Saturday, don’t forget to charge those batteries, polish those lenses, and get your cameras ready to capture a glimpse of your life for “Life in a Day.”

    Two weeks ago, we announced this historic cinematic experiment to create the world's largest user-generated documentary, made possible by LG, produced and directed by renowned filmmakers Ridley Scott and Kevin Macdonald, and filmed by you. In the words of Ridley, it’s now time to “just do it.”



    If your video is selected for inclusion in the final film


  • Google Finance adds oodles of options

    July 20, 2010


  • SketchUp Pro Case Study: Allied Container Systems

    July 20, 2010

    Allied Container Systems is a family-owned design firm out of the San Francisco area that specializes in the design of live urban training facilities for the Military, Law Enforcement and First Responders.

    Their work includes the design and construction of projects including sleeping quarters and offices, military FOBs (Forward Operating Bases), city-scale urban training facilities (MOUT, or Military Operations Urban Terrain) for the US military, as well as a host of commercial companies.


    Large-scale projects can range from 50 to 1000


  • Rebooting Responsible Disclosure: a focus on protecting end users

    July 20, 2010


    Vulnerability disclosure policies have become a hot topic in recent years. Security researchers generally practice “responsible disclosure”, which involves privately notifying affected software vendors of vulnerabilities. The vendors then typically address the vulnerability at some later date, and the researcher reveals full details publicly at or after this time.

    A competing philosophy, "full disclosure", involves


  • Watch our latest webinar recordings!

    July 20, 2010

    Over the last few months, we held a number of webinars to help you further optimize your site:
    • Optimization Best Practices
    • AdSense for Search
    • AdSense Top Tech Tips
    If you haven't seen one yet, you can view the recordings of these events whenever it's convenient for you!


  • Ooh! Ahh! Google Images presents a nicer way to surf the visual web

    July 20, 2010

    When you think about “information,” what probably comes to mind are streams of words and numbers. Google’s pretty good at organizing these types of information, but consider all the things you can’t express with words: what does it look like in the middle of a sandstorm? What are some great examples of Art Nouveau architecture? Should I consider wedding cupcakes instead of a traditional cake?

    This is why we built Google Images in 2001. We realized that for many searches, the best answer wasn’t text—it was an image or a set of images. The service


  • Business problems need business solutions

    July 20, 2010



    Today we submitted comments with the Federal Trade Commission in reaction to the Staff Discussion Draft about the future of journalism in the age of the Internet.

    We agree that the Internet has posed challenges as well as opportunities for publishers. Google works closely with publishers to find business solutions so journalism can thrive online, and we’re optimistic about the news industry’s future. But we strongly disagree with a number of policy recommendations set forth in the


  • Reducing our carbon footprint with the direct purchase of renewable energy

    July 20, 2010

    When we decided in 2007 to voluntarily become carbon neutral, our intent was to take responsibility for our carbon emissions and promote sustainable environmental solutions. We approach this goal in three ways. First, we minimize our energy consumption; in fact, we’ve built some of the world’s most energy efficient data centers. Second, we seek to power our facilities with renewable energy, like we did in Mountain View, CA with one of the largest corporate solar installations. Finally, we purchase carbon offsets for the emissions we cannot

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