Browsing All posts tagged under »GOOGLE«

Apple And Google Fulfill Obama’s Dream: Gather The Same Collective Info Across Platforms

January 25, 2012


People unhinged about Google’s announcement that it will now begin to treat platforms in its purview such as Android, Google Search, G-Mail and YouTube as a single entity by merging information about customers of these units as a single source for information about an individual signed up for these services should turn their gaze to […]

PLEEEASE, GOOGLE – No More Sharing – Go Away

May 15, 2011


And now WordPress having been hounded by subscribers for additional capability has developed a means to allow you to publish your documents from Google docs and to publish your calendars and heaven know what else.  But that’s OK because your privacy is protected.  Yes indeed and here is the promise: Note: if you’re sharing a […]

Facebook vs Google With Millions of Users Paying the Price and the Lawyers Winning

May 15, 2011


This post dedicated to one of two faithful info scouts who use their avian avatars to fly info speedily to SamHenry.  This morning up with the birds was Darc’s Falcon.  When SamHenry uses HT it does not mean “hat tip.”  It means hugs and thanks. Facebook allegedly ran a smear campaign against Google; Google has […]

Wikileaks Founder Confirms SamHenry’s Worst Fears About Facebook; Google

May 4, 2011


Wikileaks founder calls Facebook an ‘appalling spying machine’ QMI Agency First posted: Wednesday, May 4, 2011 11:54:47 EDT AM WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange leaves after appearing at Belmarsh Magistrates’ Court in London February 24, 2011. Assange, who is awaiting extradition to Sweden on sexual assault charges, lashed out at Facebook in an interview with the […]

GOOGLE Algorithm Tweaked; Webmasters Freaked “Googlization” Marches On

February 27, 2011


Last week to the horror of Huffington Post and other businesses on the web, Google changed its algorithms. Our goal is simple: to give users the most relevant answers to their queries as quickly as possible,” said Gabriel Stricker, Google spokesman. “This requires constant tuning of our algorithms, as new content — both good and […]

Why Google and NOT Facebook Should Buy Twitter

February 11, 2011


We do not need the two premier tools used to reach out and contact people globally, twitter and Facebook, formally merged.  Anti-trust bells should go off if nothing else – bells that have been silent in curbing the cross process functionality of a WalMart for example. Here is an excellent article on WHY twitter should […]

Governments and Santa Use Social Media to Track You

January 27, 2011


Facebook can track you all over the internet each time you click on their “like” button.  Who doesn’t want to be liked, eh?  Now Santa is interested in making naughty and nice buttons available to streamline his operations.  Hugh Heffner is more than interested in the development of those to “beeline” his operations to the […]