RockMelt— a browser based in social media

Posted by Andrea Campo

on Nov 10, 2010 3:05:00 PM

Today I came across this new browser that has your world built in. You can chat, see your friend’s updates, share information and more, right from your browser, without leaving the current webpage you’re in, it’s really easy! RockMelt is built on Chromium, the open source project behind Google’s Chrome browser; try it and see what you think.

Impact of media value – Apple vs. Google (and other brands) –

Posted by Andrea Campo

on Oct 12, 2010 3:09:00 PM

With Internet and social media, millions of people are talking about brands through multiple channels like Blogs, Twitter, Facebook etc. Additional buzz can be created by a single consumer‘s product experience, and many other triggers, even scandals and sometimes these exposures count more than traditional advertising.

Marketers wonder: How much would it cost to attract the same media exposure through traditional advertising?

The Answers are here: The General Sentiment Media Value Report calculates the dollar value of the buzz, content and conversation online. So what brand do you think gets the most value and impact?

According to the Media Value report by General Sentiment, Apple is ahead of Google with $1,489,568 – it seems that Apple continued to dominate with tons of attention on the iPhone 4’s antenna, Ping and the new iPod !

Google TV is just around the corner

Posted by Andrea Campo

on Oct 7, 2010 2:45:00 PM

According to USA Today, engineers are putting the finishing touches on Google TV - with their sights set on the living room with their version of TV that includes the internet.

It’s expected in stores later this month so watch out for it. In the meantime you can take a tour of Google TV right here.

Happy 12th birthday Google

Posted by Murray Sye

on Sep 27, 2010 2:56:00 PM

Google is 12 years young today. If you've searched for anything today, and I'll bet you have, you'll see the painting created by Wayne Thiebaud.

Happy 12th birthday Google.

Explore world history and add a piece of your own with Historypin

Posted by Andrea Campo

on Sep 22, 2010 2:12:00 PM

Historypin is a digital database of historic photos and stories from around the world. Partnered with Google, Historypin allows you to compare photos with their modern day location.

You can search images by place and by time, compare photos, read their stories, and even make your own. I think it's pretty cool, I'd encourage you to check it out.

Facebook vs. Google and Yahoo

Posted by Andrea Campo

on Sep 10, 2010 8:58:00 AM

According to the fresh data that comes from comScore it appears that Facebook is gaining ground on Google once again. The data indicates that time spent on Facebook was greater than time spent on Google sites for the fist time in history. And it appears that Yahoo is not doing so well as it continues to slide from the top.

Source: Business Insider

Silicon Valley and the Internet facing lawsuit

Posted by Andrea Campo

on Aug 30, 2010 10:44:00 AM

Paul Allen, one of the co-founders of Microsoft is suing the top 11 tech companies, such as Apple, Google, Facebook and ebay.

He claims they have used his patents and technology he created a decade ago mostly for e-commerce sites.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the four patents named in the suit, include technology ideas such us pop-up stock quotes on a website, suggestions for related articles you might be interested in, based on what you’re currently reading and videos along the side of your screen.

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Bigger selection of fonts available for your website design

Posted by Andrea Campo

on Aug 12, 2010 12:58:00 PM

In one of our previous blog post we mention two resources that will allow you to use a bigger selection of fonts for your website design. Here’s a new one! Google font directory: It will allow you to browse all the fonts available via the Google Font API and use them on your website pages with an open source license, it’s worth checking it out.

Undergoing a B2B website redesign – keep existing h1 tags

Posted by Andrea Campo

on Aug 11, 2010 5:17:00 PM

If you're undergoing a B2B website redesign, DO NOT change headlines (h1 tags) on pages. These headlines account for the most important content (keywords) on the page and pages have already been indexed and accounted for by search engines like Google.

Frida Kahlo, famous Mexican artist celebrates 103 anniversary

Posted by Andrea Campo

on Jul 6, 2010 4:41:00 PM

Today is the anniversary of Frida Kahlo, apparently Google created a special logo in her honor...we would have loved to have seen it, but unfortunately we can't find it.

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