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Google's augmented reality glasses project - will it fly?
Here's Google's newly-released video presentation of their Project Glass project. It's nothing less than a fully-functional smartphone built into glasses with head-up display on the lenses.
How the "free" model of internet service really works
"If you’re not paying for it, you're not a customer. You're the product being sold." So says the Consumerist Blog, in relation to Facebook, Google, or any other "free" online service.
John 3:16 google search provides few useful answers to seekers
What happens if you google on John 3:16? Frank Johnson has blogged on the huge lack of appropriate search results, because outreach sites have not optimized any pages for such a search, or created specific landing pages for that search phrase.
Evangelism and meeting people within common interests and needs
Being what they search for: Google can predict a flu outbreak in a particular town or area long before the medical authorities, based an upsurge in geographical searches about flu. Google has a unique*, mind-blowing direct line into the minds of the planet. (*With the exception of God, of course.)
How to sign up for Google alerts, and find top keyword searches in search engines
Google offers a remarkable Alerts service. You can set up a request for email notification any time that new online content appears relating to any keyword, or keyword group, that you have specified. You can further specify whether this should be content listed on Google News, Blogs, Videos or the main comprehensive Google database. You can also ask to be informed as it happens, once a day or once a week.
Googling the Gospel - how people use Google to search for life answers. Christian Herald article by Russ Bravo
How do you connect to people? It’s a question I’ve been thinking about increasingly in recent days, as life gets more hectic and the pressures of work make time ever more precious. As with so many things, the internet can be a blessing or a curse. It can deliver information to our fingertips at the click of a mouse, give us access to knowledge, understanding, entertainment and much more at very modest cost – and help us communicate faster, wider and more creatively than ever before.