September 29, 2014
Google search in beta

Google search in beta

June 26, 2014

Oh look, Google has come up with cardboard VR version of my childhood Viewmaster toy.

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November 25, 2013
newyorker:  http://nyr.kr/1fOl8Ae


“The Google car is an old-fashioned sort of science fiction: this year’s model of last century’s make. It belongs to the gleaming, chrome-plated age of jet packs and rocket ships, transporter beams and cities beneath the sea, of a predicted future still well beyond our technology.”

Watch a video of Google’s driverless car, and previous attempts to create driverless vehicles: http://nyr.kr/18N2Vhp
Illustration by Harry Campbell.

newyorker:  http://nyr.kr/1fOl8Ae

“The Google car is an old-fashioned sort of science fiction: this year’s model of last century’s make. It belongs to the gleaming, chrome-plated age of jet packs and rocket ships, transporter beams and cities beneath the sea, of a predicted future still well beyond our technology.”

Watch a video of Google’s driverless car, and previous attempts to create driverless vehicles: http://nyr.kr/18N2Vhp

Illustration by Harry Campbell.

(Source: newyorker.com)

October 20, 2013
It was so thoughtful of Google to change the Doodle on its home page for my birthday today!
Okay, they do it for any Google+ user on their birthday, but still…

It was so thoughtful of Google to change the Doodle on its home page for my birthday today!

Okay, they do it for any Google+ user on their birthday, but still…

April 30, 2013
Think with Google

Think with Google is a hub for digital marketing information, research and learning resources both from a Google product standpoint and more broad industry standpoint.

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Filed under: technology Google 
March 31, 2013
I find Google Glass to be creepy. Not a big fan of the “Internet of things”

I find Google Glass to be creepy. Not a big fan of the “Internet of things”

(via smarterplanet)

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March 11, 2013

via The Guardian

The life and work of science fiction and comedy writer Douglas Adams has been marked by a Google doodle.

Adams was probably best known for the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, which started life as a radio comedy before being published as a “trilogy” of five books, the first published in 1979. It was later turned into a Hollywood film.
The doodle marks the anniversary of his birth. Adams was born on 11 March 1952 in Cambridge and died in 2001 at the age of 49 in Santa Barbara, California after a heart attack.
The doodle features many of the touchstones of Adams’s popular writing.
It displays a cup of tea - a reference to one of his Dirk Gently detective novels, called The Long Dark Teatime of the Soul. It also shows a towel, an item Adams wrote was essential when travelling in space).
With a click of a lift door on the doodle, one of Adams’s most enduring characters from the Hitchhiker novels, Marvin the paranoid android, is revealed.
There are many references to the Hitchhiker’s Guide. With many clicks, some of Adams’s best fictional inventions, including the Babel Fish, which can be inserted in your ear to translate any language, are on show.
Adams worked with Graham Chapman of Monty Python and is credited for working on some of their sketches, but his career only took off with Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.
He also wrote three episodes of Doctor Who starring Tom Baker.
He became well know for his atheist views, conservation and love of technology. As well as his works of fiction, Adams also wrote about some of the most endangered species in the world for his book Last Chance to See.

Doug

via The Guardian

The life and work of science fiction and comedy writer Douglas Adams has been marked by a Google doodle.

Adams was probably best known for the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, which started life as a radio comedy before being published as a “trilogy” of five books, the first published in 1979. It was later turned into a Hollywood film.

The doodle marks the anniversary of his birth. Adams was born on 11 March 1952 in Cambridge and died in 2001 at the age of 49 in Santa Barbara, California after a heart attack.

The doodle features many of the touchstones of Adams’s popular writing.

It displays a cup of tea - a reference to one of his Dirk Gently detective novels, called The Long Dark Teatime of the Soul. It also shows a towel, an item Adams wrote was essential when travelling in space).

With a click of a lift door on the doodle, one of Adams’s most enduring characters from the Hitchhiker novels, Marvin the paranoid android, is revealed.

There are many references to the Hitchhiker’s Guide. With many clicks, some of Adams’s best fictional inventions, including the Babel Fish, which can be inserted in your ear to translate any language, are on show.

Adams worked with Graham Chapman of Monty Python and is credited for working on some of their sketches, but his career only took off with Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.

He also wrote three episodes of Doctor Who starring Tom Baker.

He became well know for his atheist views, conservation and love of technology. As well as his works of fiction, Adams also wrote about some of the most endangered species in the world for his book Last Chance to See.

January 11, 2013
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”[Google] creates as much data in two days — roughly 5 exabytes — as the world produced from the dawn of humanity until 2003, according to a 2010 statement by Eric Schmidt, the company’s chairman, who later declared that he didn’t “believe society understands what happens when everything is available, knowable, and recorded by everyone all the time."

Pamela Jones Harbour is a former commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission, The Emperor of All Identities, The New York Times, Dec 18, 2012. (Illustration: David Rowe)

(Source: amiquote)

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December 14, 2012

Google’s Zeitgeist 2012: Year In Review 

I guess they are assuming that nothing big will happen in the last weeks of the year. (Take that Mayans!)

(Source: youtube.com)

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October 29, 2012
Today’s Google Doodle on their home page is birthday boy Bob Ross.
Robert Norman “Bob” Ross was an American painter, art instructor, and television host. He is best known as the creator and host of The Joy of Painting, a television program that ran for more than a decade on PBS in the United States and Canada. a Born: October 29, 1942, Daytona Beach Died: July 4, 1995, New Smyrna Beach

Today’s Google Doodle on their home page is birthday boy Bob Ross.

Robert Norman “Bob” Ross was an American painter, art instructor, and television host. He is best known as the creator and host of The Joy of Painting, a television program that ran for more than a decade on PBS in the United States and Canada. a Born: October 29, 1942, Daytona Beach Died: July 4, 1995, New Smyrna Beach

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Filed under: google 
November 1, 2011
Google Buzz is going away, but…

In a few weeks, Google will be retiring Google Buzz. At that time you won’t be able to create any new posts, but your existing content will remain accessible in two ways:

  1. You can view it on your Google Profile
  2. You can download it using Google Takeout

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