Category Archives: Web 2.0

iPhone 5 / iOS6 Apple Maps – a gift for Google

September 21, 2012 is a bit early for Holiday gift giving, but Apple gave Google a big one none the less.  On that day iPhone 5 was released with no sign of the Google Maps app which had been the … Continue reading

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Why “Synced Cloud Based Data Storage” is a major WEB evolution

Right now it’s hard to read about the Internet without coming across the topic of “Cloud Based Data Storage”.  Why such a Hot Topic suddenly?  Marketing media hype will tell you, because it is cool, low cost (or Free) and … Continue reading

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Google+ for Business, more than just for social marketing

Before addressing how Google+ holds potential for “more than just social marketing” I want to highlight, that while many business applications exist, software technology is often applied to two primary areas of business. Marketing – meaning promotion, advertising, educating, selling … Continue reading

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Defining future Web tech via Google IO – 2011

Google IO – the company’s namesake annual event (held May 10-12th) is one many have never heard of!  That’s because its primary audience is “technology developers”.  A gathering of geeks, nerds and mystical genius types who actually create and build … Continue reading

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Google Groups – now “for Business”

Over a year ago I made 2 posts (below) about social networks with respect to use with business groups. Facebook.com has since grown by another 10 Million users, Twitter.com continues to expand, LinkedIn.com now has 100 Million profiles and Meetup.com … Continue reading

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Is CLOUD COMPUTING safe? Yes says Apple (iTunes) and Verizon (Google Apps)

New technology often comes with large doses of “rational and irrational skepticism”.  It often takes change by established companies to fully break the inertia – and overcome resistance born of skepticism.  The result is like releasing a parking brake on … Continue reading

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Your Digital Data – who really owns it? (Often not you!)

Microsoft, Apple and Google are each giants in the “digital data” selling business.  Most of us (if not all) have acquired “digital data” at some time from one of them.  We pay real $$s to purchase programs, music downloads, e-book … Continue reading

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Santa Google – Extends FREE “Phone” minutes for 2011

Google’s progress in the Voice / Telephone world has been more evolutionary than revolutionary. So occasionally major advances are sometimes hard to notice.  Like the  “Phone” ability inside the Gmail inbox which was added this past August and allowed Free … Continue reading

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Santa now calling all boys and girls (regardless of age!)

Well, Santa’s no Internet slouch or laggard that is for sure, he knows his IP!  For Christmas 2010, he’s leveraging the advantages of VoIP (his Google Voice #) to keep in touch with everyone.  He knows boys and girls of … Continue reading

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Share Good Wishes and more in everyone’s Native Language

For millions (billions?) of people around the globe, the last quarter of the year involves recognition, observance and celebration of major religious holidays.  A wonderful part of this time is the emphasis on positive and shared commonalities of mankind – … Continue reading

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