Posts Tagged ‘search’

Clicky – Where Form and Function Coexist

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008

Rarely do I blog about individual products or services. I am not often compelled or inspired by what I see. In the case of Clicky however, the company seems to be doing everything right – from a business perspective and a product strategy.

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Search Starts With The Algorithm

Monday, May 26th, 2008

Last week, Microsoft unveiled plans to compensate search users with cash. This weak attempt to thwart Google isn’t going to work. If Microsoft truly wants to compete against Google, their strategy has to start with the search results.

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Seesmic Video Comments

Thursday, May 15th, 2008

I know I’ve criticized many services recently, but I get upset with poor judgment. Video comments from Seesmic are no exception. I see no value in them. In fact, I find them counterproductive and downright annoying.

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