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Authors@Google: Richard Florida

The Authors@Google program was pleased to welcome Richard Florida to discuss his new book “Who’s Your City?: How the Creative Economy is Making Where to Live the Most Important Decision of Your Life” Richard Florida is a Professor of Business and Creativity at the University of Toronto. His previous work includes two national bestsellers, “The […]

Authors@Google: Dan Roam

Dan Roam visits Google’s Mountain View, CA headquarters to discuss his book “The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures.” This event took place on May 27, 2008, as part of the Authors@Google series. Drawing on twenty years of visual problem solving combined with the recent discoveries of vision science, this […]


Viewfinder is an interesting technology that wants to bring photos to a software like Google Earth and display them as part of the satellite imagery

GOOG announces Google App Engine

Arrington describes: “Google App Engine is designed for developers who want to run their entire application stack, soup to nuts, on Google resources. Amazon, by contrast, offers more of an a la carte offering with which developers can pick and choose what resources they want to use.”

Lil Wayne vs 2Pac

Lil Wayne is growing on me for sure, but I would of never guessed that he would of been so much more popular than 2Pac!

Google Me

There’s a new video is coming out called “Google me” by Teyana Taylor, don’t know how it’s gonna turn out but I did find a bunch of funny related videos.