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September 1, 2010

Google releases Priority Inbox for Gmail

Google will begin rolling out Priority Inbox for Gmail(<-Hover for video), a new feature for managing tons of e-mail. Your inbox will never be the same again.

Priority Inbox is Google’s attempt to solve the e-mail woes of Gmail power users. At its core, the feature is an algorithm; Priority Inbox uses information such as keywords, the people you e-mail the most and your e-mail habits to select the most pressing e-mails in your inbox. Those e-mails are brought to the top of your Gmail and marked as important so you deal with them first.

Priority Inbox is also an adaptive algorithm. Marking items as important or unimportant teaches the system what types of messages you [...]

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August 18, 2010

Better Start Page for Chrome

I was looking into creating a start page portal that used facebook login, but before I got started a little research uncovered this little gem: If you’re a chrome user you’re going to love this!

From their Description:

Incredible StartPage is a productive start page replacement for Chrome. Put all your favorite bookmarks in a beautiful frame, and enjoy our handy features!

New in 0.9 – Notepad sync – Post notes to Google App accounts – More theme options, including using custom gradient as background – Bundled default wallpaper for faster loading – Recently closed tabs options

Features – Customizable color [...]

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July 29, 2010

Street Slide:Microsoft's return to innovation?

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Microsoft  recently released a sneak peek at their new street view navigation system called Street Slide. After I watched the Video (Which tells you everything you need to know about so I’ll save my breath explaining it and just let you watch the video) I thought to myself, [...]

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July 15, 2010

Some Insight into Google Page Rank

Often I hear the question, how do you increase your page rank? So here’s the skinny on what Page Rank is, why you need it, and how to get it. First thing I’ll tell you is that anyone who says they know how it works, (Google aside of course), is fibbing. That is, it’s true nature is a secret, but what I can tell you is that from experimentation of fellow webmasters in the community, is that there are things you can do to help and to hurt your rank. Now, bear in mind, this is an authority rank, NOT  the position in the SERPS.  The position in serps is even more complicated (If you hovered over the Page Rank link for Wikipedia you’ll see just how complicated I [...]

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