- Why would you need Search Engine Optimisers when Google has a whole page on what you should do? Google’s information for Webmasters page pretty much contains all the basic stuff that you need to make your site work well in search engines. Stick with that. Fire SEOs.
- A place where it rains, but not on you “A circular room made of iron clad in green leaves. It is raining inside the room, excpet where you’re standing. No matter where you go in the rain, it will stop falling right above your head”
- Special keycases that only let people who are excited about driving get access to the keys Uses galvanic skin response sensors. Which rocks. Except it’s for the Vauxhall Astra, which makes you wonder if anyone will ever get to drive the thing..
- A step-by-step guide to charisma “Scientists claim to have found the secret to that magical quality, charisma, and they say it can be learnt. But before you enrol for classes, don’t think it will get you the job of your dreams.”
- The BBC Listen Live is now available on the Apple Dashboard downloads site Remember, this is the only official BBC widget – and we need your feedback to make it better…
- Andrew Otwell’s thoughts on Dashboard mirror a lot of the things that I’ve been thinking about (and talking about to Adam Greenfield) It’s a perfect environment for prototyping ambient informational devices around the home – like the orb that we were playing with a while back…
- Delivr Digital Postcards Built using the Flickr API, you can send any of the creative commons licensed photos to your friend as a postcard
- Harold Rheingold’s visualisation of technologies of cooperation I don’t feel I’ve been able to interrogate this enough yet to present an opinion on it, even though it’s been available for weeks…
- New Scientist on “Entering a dark age of innovation” Seems like a pretty stupid and unfocused argument – lots more people in the world but we’re not producing as many discrete units of innovation per person as we once did… Is that it?
- About Google Video “Our mission is to organise the world’s information, and that includes the thousands of programs that play on our TVs every day”
- The Madonna Code – Searching for the perfect music recommendation system (including an awesome one that correlates music with cultural traits) “Thus, we can see that a high-energy vocal style correlates with the presence of dairy in a society’s diet; a high degree of rhythmic blending between vocalists signals a high degree of social solidarity;”
- Podcasting Juice – a Japanese podcasting portal It’s more interesting to me because of the beautiful Aqua-style effects than for the functionality. I must steal it.
- Are Brits the world’s worst lovers? It seems a little unfair to be honest. Just a little. Well, maybe not. Well okay then.
2 replies on “Links for 2005-07-10”
Surely if you’re really excited about driving, it would be better not to give you the keys?
Uhuh, those Google guidelines. Tell you about some of the basics on how Google ‘wants’ you to make you’re web sites. Though considering how just about every tool Google is launching these days is an effort at user tracking, I’m not sure how much I trust them.
Plus, if I want to compete in business, I’d like to know a bit more than the basics…..
Fire SEO’s, hire and SEM.