March 3, 2010
Interesting article about a potential project involving google, paypal, verizon and others.
“Open Identity Exchange (OIX) is a newly founded non-profit organization, launched today at the RSA Conference 2010 by Google, PayPal, Equifax, VeriSign, Verizon, CA and Booz Allen Hamilton. The aim of this new organization is exchange of online identity credentials across public and private sectors; in other words, it can certify online identity providers to U.S. federal standards.”
Hmm… Google, Paypal, and Verizon?
February 3, 2010
So, I’m the admin for like 5 different google groups. I’ve set the groups to moderation for new members and membership has to be approved. Still, still, we are getting hit with spam. Finally, as a desperate last measure, I’ve closed the list down for reading, unless you are logged in. I kind of wanted to keep the list open for reading, but oh well…
I discovered that google groups is being hit with spam and there has even been some chatter on the ‘net that google is slowly dumping google groups. I don’t know that to be true, but there’s the ‘net gossip and the Jquery list dumped google groups back in October.
January 1, 2010
In 2009 the web as we knew it changed dramatically. Twitter graduated to become a media darling and a mainstream communication staple. Facebook became the most significant social network of this day and age. And Google changed the way we search.
Lots of reflection on google including gmail, google apps, chrome & android/mobile.
To the future:
more at mashable
December 11, 2009
The ALA Washington Office will be participating in the Google Policy Fellowship program for the summer of 2010. Google Policy Fellows work for ten weeks during the summer at ALA Washington or at other public interest organizations involved in debates on broadband and access policy, copyright reform, online privacy, and open government. In particular, ALA encourages master’s and doctoral students in library and information studies with an interest in national public policy to apply for this fellowship.
This year’s host organizations include: American Library Association, Cato Institute, Center for Democracy and Technology, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Internet Education Foundation, Media Access Project, New America Foundation, Public Knowledge, Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic, The Citizen Lab, Creative Commons, Future of Music Coalition, Progress and Freedom Foundation, Technology Policy Institute. Host organizations new in 2010 are The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies and National Hispanic Media Coalition.
Check out the Google Policy Fellow website for pertinent details.
Applications are due Monday, December 28, 2009.
December 3, 2009
I’m always leery of statistics as I have a hard time believing they are ever accurate… but whoa is this kind of cool:
You can read more about it here, including where the numbers come from.