It was a much slower day, as can be seen by the lead story. Reuters reported on some research that cockroaches have personalities. This is interesting from the “seeing how life evolves” perspective. Google released the Android 5.1 Lollipop SDK, but this is not a huge release like some previous ones. Whenever Avinash Kaushik writes,… Read More Geek Reading March 11, 2015
By now you have heard about the user revolts and the general feedback on the new Digg. Some people like it, others understand that the stream-based interface was implemented to compete with Facebook and Twitter, and there are lots of people that just hate it. Well, it looks like those people that hate the new… Read More Did The New Digg Bury Itself?
In the wake of the various privacy problems we have seen with Google and Facebook, both companies have been trying to find a way to get some good privacy publicity. One of the many things that people complain about is how much information sites track about you when you visit. Google has decided that it… Read More Google Analytics Throws A Bone To Privacy Zealots
In a not so surprising move, Google finally released a URL shortener. To start, it is available in the Google Toolbar as well as Feedburner. This will likely spell doom for TwitterFeed unless they come up with some seriously interesting features. Earlier in the day, Facebook decided it wanted to get in on the analytics… Read More The Fight For Data Intensifies
I will admit that I do not agree with Michael Arrington very often. He tends to be a bit of a sensationalist, but I guess that goes with the news territory. However, he wrote something this morning that I completely agree with, and I do not think he went far enough. Twitter as a search… Read More Twitter, The Analytics Provider And Data Mine