# @ 7:09 PM  0 comments Sunday, November 28, 2004 view from google

Press Coverage

Press Coverage: "Stumbleupon is a brilliant downloadable toolbar that beds into your browser and gives you the chance to surf through thousands of excellent pages that have been stumbled upon by other web-users'"

If you press the Sign-Up Now button it all makes sense.

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HubMed: "Features

RSS feeds of literature queries - updated daily.
Drag the XML button from a page of search results into your newsreader:"

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Translated version of http://www.freedows.com/index.php?page=forum_cats.php

Translated version of http://www.freedows.com/index.php?page=forum_cats.php

Why Freedows?

It is part of the nature human being to search in its creative capacity, the innovation, the unusual one, the ultraticket of established barriers. In the area of the Technology of the Information, this innovation is today in the concept of Open Software . A concept capable to move talentos, efforts and investments in the entire world.

Open Software is a tool of democratization of the technology. It gives to its users the freedom to execute, to copy, to distribute, to study, to modify and to perfect its programs. With technological independence and sharing of knowledge, softwares opened currently reaches the platforms of competitiveness of the solutions developed for the traditional industry of Software Proprietor.

Exactly thus, Open Software still comes across with the resistance the changes of great part of the users. Software Proprietor is the standard of the market, with immense base installed, vast invested resources and great accumulated experience.

The biggest challenge for the Technology of the Information now seems to be, to use the benefits of the Software Opened in harmony with the reality reached for Software Proprietor - that is, to obtain to move without generating resist�ncias.

The Freedows was conceived as a reply to this demand. This operational system was developed to harmonize best of these the two worlds . It sails for the menu to the side, it knows more on Open Software and it knows what it is and as the Freedows appeared.

# @ 10:47 AM  0 comments Saturday, November 27, 2004 view from google

Google Web APIs - Home

Google Web APIs - Home: "With the Google Web APIs service, software developers can query more than 8 billion web pages directly from their own computer programs. Google uses the SOAP and WSDL standards so a developer can program in his or her favorite environment - such as Java, Perl, or Visual Studio .NET."

# @ 10:05 AM  1 comments

Blogger Help : All About Blogger Internationalization

Blogger Help : All About Blogger Internationalization: "Blogger has begun the process of going global. Localized versions of the site will be keyed off your browser's language setting, but not all pages have been translated at this time."

AH! did we use the browser word there?

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What’s Next For GoogleGoogle could use their JavaScript expertise (in the form of Gmail ubercoder Chris Wetherell) to build Mozilla applications. Built-in blogging tools. Built-in Gmail tools. Built-in search tools. A search pane that watches what you’re browsing and suggests related pages and search queries or watches what you’re blogging and suggests related pages, news items, or emails you’ve written. Google Toolbar++. You get the idea.

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MozillaNews - Google's Browser Plans

MozillaNews - Google's Browser Plans: "For several months, there's been a lot of buzz around Google's April 2004 registration of the gbrowser.com domain. After quite a while of digging, I believe I've managed to boil some truth out of the rumor stew. While this is pure speculation, it's speculation based on a wide variety of facts gathered over the past three months."

# @ 8:57 PM  1 comments Thursday, November 25, 2004 view from google

PCP Research on Intelligent Webs

PCP Research on Intelligent Webs: "Different participants in the Principia Cybernetica Project are researching algorithms to inject more intelligence into the web, and into distributed knowledge systems in general. The main idea is that the different documents available on the web can be seen as nodes in a network, connected by a number of links, along which variable numbers of users travel in search for information. The resulting directed graph can be enhanced with weights (that, e.g., measure the frequency of usage) and semantic link types, and reorganized in order to provide better access to the knowledge that it contains. This makes it possible to 'mine' the implicit knowledge distributed over millions of documents, the connections between them, and the way they are used."

# @ 5:30 PM  0 comments Wednesday, November 24, 2004 view from google

mozilla.org - lair of firefox and nest of thunderbird

mozilla.org - lair of firefox and nest of thunderbird: "Andkon does not need an email client and thus can offer no specific examples. But why doesn't Andkon need an email client?"

# @ 1:39 PM  0 comments

Recent referrers to the TouchGraph browsers

Recent referrers to the TouchGraph browsers

TouchGraph GoogleBrowser V1.00 :the OTHER blog: Us
Google-Suche: touchgraph
Pesquisa Google: touchgraph
On Google Scholar
StumbleUpon Refer
On Google Scholar: TouchGraph browser for Google S
Josh Rubin: Cool Hunting: Design
Visualizing the Web with Google
Google-Suche: touchgraph
Bloglines | Log In
Jeffrey Zeldman Presents: For Your Pleasure
Google Search: web graph
BlogStreet : Blog Tops
Bloglines | Log In
My Yahoo!
Protégé Downloads: Visualization

Monthly top referrers to the TouchGraph browsers

StumbleUpon Refer
Google Search: touchgraph
Googleism is a quick guide to cool sites relating
Google Search: google browser
TouchGraph Google Browser
Google Image Result for http://www.touchgraph.co
Image:WorldWideWebAroundWikipedia.png - Wikipedia,
Josh Rubin: Cool Hunting: Design
Google Search: touchgraph
Visualize the intarwebs! - GameDev.Net Discussion
Elastico.net: Su árbol genealógico web, gracias
A Roadmap to Text Mining and Web Mining
Google-Suche: touchgraph
Google Search: google
Google Search: livejournal
TG: Contact
Curiosidades Google ++ GoogleMania ++ Todo Sobre G
ALDv3 - Afrael live&direct versión 3 - bitácora de
TouchGraph GoogleBrowser V1.01
Maris blogg

# @ 7:41 PM  0 comments Sunday, November 21, 2004 view from google

Daihard's Web Site - Firefox

Daihard's Web Site - Firefox: "This page is for all the Firefox lovers; it contains a wide variety of information about the best Web browser available today - from how to build it yourself to what you can do to customize it to your liking. If you have any tips and other information that you feel should be included here, just let me know!"

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Firefox fortune hunters | CNET News.com

Firefox fortune hunters | CNET News.com: "Just because Firefox is free and open source doesn't mean developers aren't cashing in on the popularity of the Mozilla Foundation's new browser.

On the contrary, new businesses are cropping up to provide organizations ranging from museums to software companies to the U.S. Department of Defense with Mozilla-based applications--for a fee.

"Business is pretty crazy right now," said Pete Collins, who last year founded the Mozdev Group in anticipation of demand for private Mozilla development work. "With the popularity of Firefox and the economy rebounding, we've been swamped. We don't even advertise--clients find us and provide us with work."

# @ 3:24 PM  0 comments

How thick is your toolbar? - MozillaZine Forums

How thick is your toolbar? - MozillaZine Forums: "How thick is your toolbar?"

# @ 11:22 AM  1 comments

I still remember how it all hapend

I played with Maxthon Opera K-Melon and a lot of other browsers, they all have there own style, all have unique features. Have to know how to use a feature if you want to know how useful it is. Not seeing or knowing how to use it will not show how useful the feature is. Maxthon has a lot of optional features but the gecko engine is experimental, so it renders with Internet explorer. Great features but currently still 1 big Internet explorer add-on. IE Googlebar is not supported in the last version, thats kinda sad. For me that's the main indication the crew didn't communicate with google. http://www.google.com/firefox does look a lot more serious.

But Firefox was hard to configure, it didn't already have all the features that Maxthon does, you have to add them yourself. But thanks to Maxthon I knew exactly what I was PERSONALLY looking for. Things like mouse gestures, I just refuse to surf without. Maxthon had this great highlighter for search words typed in the browser but it doesn't insert them back in the box like the google bar does in tab-less IE, firefox Googlebar does this perfectly. I mis-spell 9 out of 10 strings, I need the highlight to work on the "Did you mean" button in google. Firefox gives me all the features that would normally turn my windows installation into a laggy resource hog.

I had to try the features to know I needed them! Same for Window-SOS we loved toying with the features on this OS simulation platform. We had to. It was the best way to find the features we really need. Now the web is rewinding into the text based wonder it was in 1970 I think it's time we start looking at the alternatives we had back then. Scrap the CPU, We need CO-processors running their own firmware OS preferably coded in assembly. The next step would be to jump out of your char point our finger an laugh as loud as you can at people who say the word emulator, simulation, compiler or compatible.

It should be easy for Microsoft to emulate the new platform. I see a big future for Microsoft in creating there multi platform platform emulator. Specially with all the toys there now, But I would prefer to use the real thing myself. We know the features we want, all we need is a dedicated processor to make the assembly language simple enough to understand for a 12 year old. We can then make the hardware do "the impossible". audio for audio, video for video, all kinds of data can be managed by it's own processor. I know a instant messenger card sounds weird but programs like that should be running all day and be unaffected by any other processes. We only want the options on our monitor not the hardware mixed up. It's own storage with a read only switch for the main program should make it really safe from a crash and hack point a view.

Dedicated cpu's and a Firmware operating system.

Can I say commodore here? oke I won't then :(

# @ 8:41 AM  0 comments

Google Search: Thomas A. Edison Hell, there are no rules here we're trying to accomplish something

Google Search: Hell, there are no rules here we're trying to accomplish something: "Thomas A. Edison"

# @ 12:21 PM  0 comments Saturday, November 20, 2004 view from google

Is there a browser in Google's future?

Is there a browser in Google's future?: "The larger question is one of why. Why a browser? What does Google hope to offer that isn't already extant in the web browser market? The obvious answer is linkage to other Google properties. There could be tie-ins to Gmail, Froogle, Google News, Picasa, the Blogger, and other services in the offing. With G-Browser, the surfer could get all her online business done without ever leaving the confines of the Google universe. G-Browser would be another path to the Google destination. The more people who arrive at Destination Google, the more ads served up, and the stronger Google's position becomes."

Likage is my main goal for the firefoxgooglebrowser.

# @ 11:56 AM  0 comments

Paolo Massa Blog: Enormous P2P Network by Google

Paolo Massa Blog: Enormous P2P Network by Google:
"When millions of users will have Desktop.google.com installed, Google will simply release a new version in which the user can check a box and say 'Share the files in my disk' eat more?

This sounds like a good idea for the googlebrowser, hello (google chat client) has great picture sharing options, were would google's filesharing program be? Can I use the word ripoff? Ok I won't then :(

# @ 10:41 PM  2 comments Friday, November 19, 2004 view from google

Firefox PRGoogleBar

"PRGooglebar is a modification of the Googlebar extension for Mozilla and Firefox. It adds the long awaited Pagerank to the toolbar. This has helped many people make the change from Internet Explorer to Firefox because they were reliant on using the Google Toolbar for its Pagerank feature."

PRGoogleBar > Home

# @ 10:08 PM  0 comments

Google Browser Buttons

Google Browser Buttons for Netscape 6

"The Google Browser Buttons have been tested on recent versions of Mozilla."

A bit of the gbrowser mistery revealed? why not a word on Firefox? Is this a preview of the mozzila build google is making for us? who knows ^^ Can I say spinoff here? ok I won't then :(

# @ 8:27 PM  0 comments Thursday, November 18, 2004 view from google

TouchGraph GoogleBrowser V1.01

TouchGraph GoogleBrowser V1.01
... TouchGraph GoogleBrowser V1.01 Enter starting URL Google:related? Requires Java
JRE 1.3+, Quick Instructions: Double Click to retrieve surrounding links,; ...
www.touchgraph.com/TGGoogleBrowser.html - 11k - 25 nov 2004 - In cache - Gelijkwaardige pagina's

TouchGraph GoogleBrowser V1.01: "TouchGraph GoogleBrowser V1.01"

This is a 3d tool. A must see, gives a whole new view on things. Can I use the word sexy here? ok I wont then. :(

# @ 7:25 PM  0 comments


I wrote a pdf for you all to link to googlebrowser.pdf just in case your lazy here they are wraped in tags. Used pdf because it doesn't have any links, your visitors won't be confused into leaving you. :)

  • <a href="http://uploads.savefile.com/users/uploads/googlebrowser.pdf">googlebrowser.pdf</a>
  • [URL="http://uploads.savefile.com/users/uploads/googlebrowser.pdf"]googlebrowser.pdf[/URL]


# @ 2:38 PM  0 comments

wow can't beleve they let me have googlebrowser

Ok I will find and review all that googlebrowser gossip out there over here, and create some of my own :)

If you have any comments on this project press the reply button and I will be happy to delete this blog make you the owner of it or let you join in making it. There is also a reply button for you on this page. Doesnt blogger just rule? I would say so. :)

For now, this is the google browser for me:


Give firefox. a try, it's free and it's rocks! I can say it rocks because it does. :)


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Thanks for the collection! I'm glad *someone* had the initiative to enummerate the Google-related extensions and provide such a good synopsis...

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I can't believe they snubbed the WebDeveloper extension, which is #1 in my opinion! Man, I used to respect that magazine.
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