Thursday, September 30, 2010

New About Google -30 september 2010

  • Veni, Vidi, Verba Verti

    September 29, 2010

    Ut munimenta linguarum convellamus et scientiam mundi patentem utilemque faciamus, instrumenta convertendi multarum nationum linguas creavimus. Hodie nuntiamus primum instrumentum convertendi linguam qua nulli nativi nunc utuntur: Latinam. Cum pauci cotidie Latine loquantur, quotannis amplius centum milia discipuli Americani Domesticam Latinam Probationem suscipiunt. Praeterea plures ex omnibus mundi populis Latinae student.

    Hoc instrumentum convertendi Latinam rare usurum ut convertat nuntios electronicos vel epigrammata effigierum YouTubis


  • Yabba Dabba doodle!

    September 29, 2010

    As a young kid, I drew a lot of dinosaurs. My dad would bring home reams of dot matrix printer paper from work, which I'd take, fold into stapled booklets, and then fill with dinosaurs doing what dinosaurs did—eating, leaping about, facing off in epic combat on top of spewing volcanoes. What I didn't know was that dinosaurs were also quite handy. A brontosaurus tail made an excellent water slide, you could walk up a row of plates on a stegosaurus' back like a flight of stairs and the triceratops’ horns were actually cutting-edge can openers. For


  • The HOVER Challenge

    September 29, 2010

    It’s a fact that people who use SketchUp also use other tools; we live in a multi-app universe, and I like it that way. Figuring out what program to use for what, and when, and how to move data between them is the tricky part. And that’s why blogs like Ronen Bekerman’s are so useful. It’s chock-full of information about all things related to architectural visualization. V-Ray, Maxwell, 3ds Max, Photoshop, Fryrender, SketchUp – it’s all there.


    W Boutique Residential Tower by Ronen Bekerman; SketchUp, 3ds Max, MultiScatter and V-Ray


  • Event recap: How to run a successful social campaign

    September 29, 2010

    Last week, YouTube and SEMPO hosted a social marketing panel, "How to run a successful social campaign," for SEMPO's San Francisco and Los Angeles working groups. The panel featured speakers from YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Athena East, and highlighted the unique products available to marketers, and best practices for executing measurable, impactful social advertising strategies.

    Derek Gordon of Yield Software was there, and shared what he learned in his Mediapost Search Insider column.

    Cross-posted from Agency Ad Solutions Blog


  • Fly through your Instant search results with keyboard nav

    September 29, 2010

    Our aim with Google Instant is to make search faster and easier, and this week we’re rolling out two enhancements to take that a step further. First, we’ve introduced keyboard navigation to help you explore your Instant search results using just your keyboard, with no need for a mouse or touchpad. We’re also making Instant available within many of the search features in the left panel of the results page including Videos, News, Books, Blogs, Updates and Discussions.

    Check out our quick video to learn how to use these new features:




  • More features added to version v201008

    September 29, 2010

    Last week, we announced version v201008 of the AdWords API. Today, we’re releasing more new features as part of this version that we think you’ll be excited to start using.

    Here’s what we’ve added:
    • Remarketing: Reach customers who have shown an interest in your product or service by visiting your site, and show them relevant ads across the Google Display Network. Note that with this release, you can create new remarketing lists only by generating new remarketing tags. We’ll add support for creating lists with existing remarketing


  • Share your Stock Screener Scenarios with the Google Finance Team

    September 29, 2010


  • Turn off Gmail’s conversation view

    September 29, 2010



    The way Gmail organizes mail into conversations is like cilantro. You either love it -- and, like me, enjoy the nice citrusy, herbal finish it gives to everything from salsa to curry -- or you hate it. And those of you who hate it hate it enough to launch sites like nocilantro.com and ihatecilantro.com (“an anti cilantro community”), where you can hate it together.

    But my fondness for cilantro pales in comparison to my love for Gmail’s conversation view, or message threading. I haven’t had to


  • Stevie Wonder to UN: Ensure Blind Can Access Books

    September 29, 2010



    Music legend Stevie Wonder recently spoke at the United Nation’s World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). He delivered a simple, important message: “End the information deprivation that keeps the visually impaired in the dark.”

    What does intellectual property and WIPO have to do with this issue? Blind or visually-impaired people need to be able to convert documents into accessible formats, but that conversion can require copying the work in ways that might be prohibited by copyright

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