Aug 31st 2011
This Week in Google 110
The Fabio Of Open Source
U.S. files antitrust complaint to block AT&T and T-Mobile merger, Google explores re-ranking search results using +1 button, "if you can't use your real name, don't use Google +" and more.
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U.S. files antitrust complaint to block AT&T and T-Mobile merger, Google explores re-ranking search results using +1 button, "if you can't use your real name, don't use Google +" and more. Guests: Adam Pash, Chris DiBona and Lewis Gray Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/twig. We invite you to read, add to, and amend our show notes. Friendfeed links for this episode. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
- Gina's Tip- Speed up web page load time using OpenDNS or Google Public DNS--now using location information to deliver content from servers closer to you
- Adam's Number- 8,868 tweets per second spurred by Beyonce's pregnancy announcment.
- "U.S. Files Antitrust Complaint to Block AT&T, T-Mobile Merger "
- "DOJ's statement regarding AT&T and T-Mobile "
- "Google Explores Re-Ranking Search Results Using +1 Button Data "
- From official Google Blog: Doing more with the +1 button, more than 4 billion times a day
- Eric Schmidt: If you can’t use your real name, don’t use Google+.
- You can now "ignore" people who have added you to their circles
- Great Steve Jobs story from Vic Gundotra - we would've never gotten to read this without G+
- "Galaxy S II finally lands on American shores for Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T "
- "Samsung's ChatOn Messenger Guns for BlackBerry, Apple "
- Free calls home from Gmail for all U.S. service members
- Google announces offline Gmail, Calendar, and Docs
- Google, New York Times Launch Sept. 11 YouTube Channel
- "Java founder Gosling leaves Google for startup "
- Blogger redesign beginning to roll out (are they still retiring the Blogger brand name? :(
- H-P's One-Year Plan
- "Facebook Just Bowed Out of the Check-In War With Foursquare "
- Facebook music service launching 22nd September, reports CNBC