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The Great Google Docs Conversion of 2008

Today marks Day 1 of the Great Google Docs Conversion of 2008. My goal over the next year is to convert all my existing documents into Google Docs and Spreadsheets. My preliminary estimates put this somewhere in the 200-300 document range. Currently (Sep 2007) Google has a limit of 5000 documents / presentations and 200 […]

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“Can you check the weather in Green Bay?” That’s what my wife yelled across the house tonight during the Green Bay Packers vs New York Giants football game taking place in Green Bay, WI. So, can we? Of course! The result is easy to find via Google search. Simply enter the keywords “green bay weather” […]

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This is my own fault, and I pretty much got what I deserved. After putting a clean install of Tiger (OS X 10.4) on my PowerBook, I decided it would be a great time to test Google Browser Sync for Firefox. For those that don’t know, Google Browser Sync is supposed to keep multiple instances […]

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New AdSense Units?

ProBlogger Darren Rowse is reporting the sighting of new AdSense units. The new units include links below the main ad. This appears to be a combination of regular ad units and link units. What a strange beast! What about you? Have you seen these new AdSense ad units?

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Link: Supplemental goes mainstream Color me pessimistic. Google claims that since the gap between the main Google index and the dreaded “Supplemental Index” is now so narrow, there is no reason to continue labeling results from the Supplemental Index as such. This all sounds fine and good (despite the lack of actual data), but it […]

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