Daily Archives: March 3, 2007

Microsoft to move almost all ads online over next three years. It’s about … time!


I’ve been wondering how long it would take for the big players to shift the big money online, and it looks like Microsoft is heading powerfully in that direction based on this story from Media Daily News. I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Mobile Muppet Laboratory at Disneyland’s California Adventure


The Mobile Muppet Laboratory is roaming Disney’s California Adventure this spring.  I’m glad our family is heading down their in a few weeks for spring break.   We’ll be able to see how this advanced animatronics display is interacting with people all over the park. … Continue reading

Posted in Artificial Intelligence, california, gadgets, tourism, travel | 2 Comments

China’s Mega Dam – Three Gorges Dam Project


Don’t miss the Discovery Channel’s fascinating inside look into the history and construction of the Three Gorges Dam project on China’s Yangze River.     This massive project is the largest public works project in human history.   It will create a 400 … Continue reading

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Social networks = people, not technologies


The New York Times reports that Cisco has acquired Tribe Networks in what appears to be an effort to become a player in the social networking space.     The article quotes Marc Andreeson of NING, another social network facilitator, … Continue reading

Posted in advertising, internet, myspace, search, SEO, Social Networks, Web 2.0, Websites, yahoo | 4 Comments