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Deals Out The Wazoo

There seems to be a never-ending supply of new ratings and deals sites lately. There’s national sites like Living Social and Groupon and more locally based sites like PG Deals, CBS Local, DoubleTake Deals, and Google Offers just to name a few.

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Google+: The [insert service] Killer

Are you on Google Plus (aka Google+ or G+) yet? What do you think so far?

Maybe it’s just me, since I’m not huge on video chat and haven’t tried Hangout yet and rarely open Skype, but to me Google+ isn’t a Facebook or Twitter killer. My mother isn’t on Google+, nor is she clamoring

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The Fisticuffs Are Out: Facebook v Google & Microsoft v Apple

Tech companies are coming out swinging at each other today starting with Facebook being discovered paying advertising firm Burston-Marsteller to place anti-Google stories out in the wild. (Facebook Loses Much Face In Secret Smear On Google) The fights continue with a lawsuit being brought against Apple in the issue of whether App Store can be trademarked

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Claim your “Place” on Google

Have you claimed your Place on Google? Your Google Places page that is.

If you haven’t, why not? It’s free!

Your Places page is the page that shows up with a map and hours and other information when a Google Maps search is performed on your business. (See the Six Degrees Web Design Google Place

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Google's Eric Schmidt on What the Web Will Look Like in 5 Years

This could be interesting. I particularly like, “Within five years there will be broadband well above 100MB in performance – and distribution distinctions between TV, radio and the web will go away.“


Google CEO Eric Schmidt envisions a radically changed internet five years from now: dominated by Chinese-language and social media content, delivered

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