In most technical circles, Microsoft has been considered the evil empire for many years. Well, Microsoft may have a new challenger for that title as Google has decided they want to rule the world, and the blogosphere has started to notice. Google has been given a free pass for quite some time because they changed […]

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I have been slacking on my updates on the DonorsChoose.org progress and it is almost too late. The Social Media Challenge ends this weekend. This is your last chance to donate to the cause! Go to the RegularGeek giving page and throw in a $10 donation or whatever you can afford. If you go to […]

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I know that Google’s Social Search was released days ago and is now old news, but I wanted to use it for a bit before really commenting. Generally speaking it is an interesting idea to use your contacts from various social sites to drive search results. The idea they are exploring is that your social […]

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Recently, I had the opportunity to have a short interview with Kosmix Co-Founder Venky Harinarayan. Many people may ask what is Kosmix, and why it looks so different from traditional search engines. I figured I should ask them, and little did I know that they would be announcing the acquisition of Cruxlux at the same […]

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In my morning reading, I found an article at the NY Times that got me thinking, How High Will Real Time Search Fly? It is an interesting article more for the questions it raises than any profound theories. First, the real time web is obviously a hot topic: No one doubts that helping users find […]

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