Tag: Google

January 21, 2010

52 Weeks of Code

I read in the January issue of Dream.In.Code‘s newsletter about a challenge called “52 Weeks of Code” that the site has launched. From the site: For the next 52 weeks we will challenge you, and you will challenge yourself, to become a better programmer. The goal is to broaden your knowledge and understanding of various languages, programming concepts, and techniques. This is not a competition […]

August 22, 2009

The Fall Collection on Google Code University

Back-to-School usually means preparing new courses and topics. Educators as well as students are looking for exciting and fresh content. We are happy to announce that we are able to share some new additions to Google Code University‘s repository of CS course materials just in time for the fall semester. As always, all of these course materials are Creative Commons licensed and can be reused […]

November 29, 2008

15 Minute SEO List

Kelvin Chan clued me into a fantastic page from webconfs.com that lists the best and worst practices for search engine optimization. Check it out here: 15 Minute SEO List – Learn how to SEO

June 18, 2006

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March 15, 2006

Explore Mars

I can’t find any information regarding when they did it, but Google has released a service called Google Mars. This new service allows visitors to travel the surface of Mars using the familiar Google Maps interface. Talk about a neat tool!

February 15, 2006

Google acquires Measure Map

Google announced on Tuesday that it has acquired Measure Map. Measure Map is a neat statistics tool for blogs. It’s exciting news – I am sure that Measure Map will be good for Google and that Google will be good for Measure Map. Personally, I’m still waiting for an invitation to Google Analytics.

February 14, 2006

Googled Out

I recently commented to a friend that I sometimes feel like I spend my entire life on Google. Until I saw my Google Trends today, though, I didn’t realize how right that statement was. It appears that I have made over 2000 searches on Google since last May. That doesn’t include all of the searches I have made when I wasn’t logged in to Google. […]