Recent coverage of googlebombing by the BBC has prompted Google to respond: Google strikes back.
A judge ruled yesterday that amateur news gatherers now have the same rights as professional journalists. The focus of the case was on freedom of speech issues, but does this ruling mean that access apply to the ever coveted confidentiality of sources? (state-by-state account of confidentiality laws) This could be the precident for the futureContinue reading “Amateur news gathers rights”
Start printing out your email… the digital Domesday Book is outlived by its paper version. I’m afraid of the amount of data I’ve put on CD for “safe keeping.” Very afraid. Although, this doesn’t mean I’m having any second thoughts about web publishing.
Scott Andrew is using Google to create a new weblog widget: instant context. Each weblog post is accompanied by a link that directs users to whatever is most closely related on Google. Scott takes the work out of finding relevant information by providing the appropriate search query for his readers. (via web voice) This approachContinue reading “GoogleIt!”