Digg, a still relatively new web 2.0 site which previously focused primarily on technology and other geeky news, has expanded its coverage to include broader topics. For instance, business and finance. Time will tell if their readers are as adept at ranking interesting stories in other topics, which is its strength.
According to Om Malik, Google is rumored to be coming out with an online spreadsheet application tomorrow, but I don’t think it’s going to have much of an impact. Why? Well, in my experience at least, everything I do in Excel is with data that I don’t want anyone, even Google (imagine that), to haveContinue reading “Google spreadsheet app will not catch on”
FeedBurner have just announced a new automated feature for advertisers to join their ad network, greatly streamlining the entire process.
Google’s Analyst Day in February 2006 presented some PowerPoint slides touching on some future plans for storage: With infinite storage, we can house all user files, including: emails, web history, pictures, bookmarks, etc and make it accessible from anywhere (any device, any platform, etc). We already have efforts in this direction in terms of GDrive,Continue reading “Google’s foray into web storage”