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Digg This: Version 3 To Debut

The popular comumunity news website Digg will make new verticals and added features part of its next revision, which debuts on June 26th.

Top 3 Design Priorities – Old and Wise, But Still Not Recognized

Imagine it – a new, shiny red sports car that is simply stunning to behold. A beauty. A masterpice of shape and design. But, it doesn’t move – not an inch.

Big 3 Search Engines Building on Columbia River

Google, Yahoo and MSN are all building massive datacenters along the Columbia River in southern Washington State and northern Oregon .

Being a Bigdaddy Jagger Meister

It took a little while to start to figure it out. Such things almost always do. After months of observation, research, discussion and debate, Search Engine Optimization experts appear to be getting a better handle on the effects of Google’s Bigdaddy infrastructure upgrades.

I <3 BlogHer

While I do not write often enough about BlogHer – okay, I have never written about them before – I cannot put into words how much I love them.

SEO For The Big 3: Tying It Together

This article is part four of a four part series on optimizing your website for the three major search engines.

Another Viewpoint

David Weiss posted a great virtual tour of the Mac testing lab in Redmond.

3 Steps to Setting Up a ‘Refer a Friend’ Marketing Program

In today’s world, it seems that almost any topic is open for debate. While I was gathering facts for this “refer a friend” marketing program article, I was quite surprised to find some of the issues I thought were settled are actually still being openly discussed.

Ups and Downs with Offline Blog Editors

Upward movement with new beta versions of a couple of offline blog editors I’m trying out:

Maslow & Branding: Last 3

We’re almost to the end of the series on Maslow and Branding. I’ll wrap up the last three needs in Maslow’s hierarchy here, and then we’ll look at how they all interact in social networks.

Podcast: Selling to BIG Companies

If you’re involved in complex sale, you’ll want to listen to the recording of my live interview with Jill Konrath, Chief Sales Officer and author of Selling to Companies.

Privacy Experts Advice Against Google Desktop 3

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, go-to guys for legal issues in Web 2.0, have recommended against using the latest version of Google Desktop.

New Version Of Google Desktop Released

Google has released a new version of its desktop search / sidebar suite. Google Desktop 3 has some cool new features:

Sending Personalized Microsoft Publisher Newsletters to a Distribution List

If you create an email newsletter in Microsoft Publisher, you have probably run into the same problem that I did – distributing the newsletter after creating it.

Linux Developers Tackle GPL 3

Some developers in the Linux community have taken the discussion about the new General Public License terms to a contentious point: using it for the next Linux kernel, while a greater challenge over DRM looms.

And Then There Were 3 Google Chefs

Steve Petusevsky’s quest to score one of two executive chef jobs at Google’s Mountain View headquarters continues, as he revealed he is one of three finalists.

AOL Reveals Top Searches for 2005

AOL Search today announced the year’s top searches based on the topics that received the highest volume of online queries on AOLSearch.com, the AOL.com portal and the AOL service during 2005.

3 Authors, 2 Founders, And A Xoogler

Google gets the roundtable treatment from SiliconValley.com this week, with lots of all-star talent talking about a variety of topics surrounding the search engine.

Technorati Turns 3

Blog search engine Technorati turned three this week. They’ve had an interesting history and they’re now tracking upwards of 22 million blogs covering just about every feasible topic that comes to mind and a few that probably don’t.

Accidentally Clicking On Google Ads?

TDavid wins the “come up with a cool new word of the week” award for noticing “accidense.”…

Library Of Congress Googles $3 Million Dollars

The World Digital Library project has received an infusion of cash from the search engine company to digitize rare documents from Asia and the Middle East.