The rumors are true. Google AdSense ads for RSS feeds are coming next week. Here’s a sample code that will be inserted in your FeedBurner feed for showing AdSense ads.
Google Wiki (aka Google Sites) is now open for all. Please stop reading this post and visit Google Sites immediately because if you are late, someone else may grab your favorite URL(s).
Google AdSense ads will make an appearance in Google Image search very soon. This is not a clear screen capture but should give you an idea about how well Google has managed to blend advertising in image search results.
You thought the word ‘blog’ is an abbreviation of web log but some have discovered a better meaning of the word Blog.
Sage Lewis writes: Siloing is the idea of only linking out to other pages on your site and other outside resources that relate to that specific category or topic.
There seems to be some issue with AdSense reports. Several publishers have complained that their earnings report have not been updated in the past several hours.
Spotted these Google AdSense ads in a RSS feed that is syndicated through FeedBurner.
"I think we need to take a follow break until you get your twittering under control"
Made this stop motion video by photographing some toy animals of my kid using the same technique as described in a previous tutorial on creating stop motion animation.
The next time you download a file from RapidShare, you may be asked to solve a tough CAPTCHA image.
Spotted this conversation between Nick Denton (Gawker) and Michael Arrington (TechCrunch) on Valleywag.
Eric Berlin prefers using Twitter over his RSS Reader. He writes – "I’ve been using my RSS reader more selectively of late, as a place to browse around when I have the time rather than looking at it as a mountain must be climbed everyday.
Q: What are the benefits of submitting a sitemap to Google Webmaster dashboard if your website is already crawled well by Google?
What is the best font for creating LOLCAT pictures ?
Microsoft will make some significant announcement at 8:30 AM PST which is not related to the Yahoo!