Posts Tagged ‘Google’

Marissa Mayer new CEO of Yahoo

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

There are almost as many articles in all of the press (online, offline and the blogosphere) on Marissa Mayer as there are on 50 Shades of Grey. (more…)

Robot cars in Reno: Will they save or enslave drivers?

Saturday, May 21st, 2011
Google Robot Cars Reno Nevada

Credits: Tim Boyles / Getty Images

In a time when being “first” in Reno usually means topping the list of something bad, Reno residents are amused to see that Google has picked us for something good… we hope. (more…)

Google launching a Chrome OS tablet on Verizon, goes on sale November 26 (Lee Mathews/Download Squad)

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Lee Mathews / Download Squad:

Google launching a Chrome OS tablet on Verizon, goes on sale November 26  —  The title pretty much says it all on this one, folks.  —  Yes, our source tells us that Google is building a Chrome OS tablet.  It’s real, and it’s being built by HTC.  No surprise there, since HTC churned out the Nexus One for Google.

Q.&A.: Pinning Photos to a Map, Or Not

Saturday, July 31st, 2010

You can tag photographs with your location, or not, using Picasa.

Google Search Engine Is Blocked in China

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Google said it was the first time the site had been blocked since March.

How Fast Can a Cloud Run?

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

A new tool tracks the speed at which cloud services from Google, Microsoft and run, and then displays their worldwide performance.

Google Updates its Image Search

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

Google updates its image search.

What We’re Reading: Power and Money

Friday, July 16th, 2010

The Antenna Song, Paul Allen’s billions and eBay’s fashion sense are on the reading list.

Italian Court to Google: “GUILTY!”

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

Google Convicted
Wednesday Feb. 24, 2010 Milan, Italy:
In a criminal trail, Judge Oscar Magi delivered a guilty verdict and sentenced three Google executives (more…)

The Google Search

Wednesday, August 20th, 2008

I was wondering, and am still wondering, how we shape our answers.

I tried to figure out if there is a way to out fox myself.  If I could pose my question in such a way that I could trick myself, then maybe I might find a different answer.

The way we post questions creates our world.  It is difficult to get beyond our own perception.  We may try to trace the origin of our perception, i.e. childhood, to find out where it has gone from there, but we then still move forward from the same point of origin.

I think, maybe, I am understanding the idea of the empty vessel.

This is a difficult subject.

Let me start again.

I am trying to express something that to me goes beyond words.

It began with a thought I had, every time I do a search for answers, a Google search, a search in the book store, a search by queries, verbally to people I meet in alleged real-time, my subconscious has already framed the questions to find a channel of answers.

The question then becomes, how do I get beyond myself to reach the pure channel of information or am I already in it?  As long as I have this other, this human self, that speaks for me, thinks for me, writes for me…will I ever truly know what lies beyond my own sphere of perception?

Namaste!  Thanks for the fireside chat.

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