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Date: 2007-11-05
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Current and Future Search Trends: What the Top Internet Search Engines Are Doing
The future of search is unclear – what is clear is that change is rapidly happening for all of the top Internet search engines. Google as always is the frontrunner for many of these search trends, but even little guys like are making waves. In this article, I will attempt to cover some of the more interesting search trends that are occurring today with the top Internet search engines – but I am by no means being comprehensive about the subject.

PowerPoint Presentation to the Web: The Complete Guide
Actually PowerPoint to the Web is just a piece of cake for you. Just post your PowerPoint presentation to your Blog, Share your PowerPoint slideshow in MySpace, Facebook, GeoCites, and Google Pages, etc like this way.

Using Microsoft Expression Encoder
It does not matter where you look, video is dominating the Internet
It does not matter where you look, video is dominating the Internet. Microsoft wants to make it easier for you to deliver video. It is clear with web sites such as YouTube that there is an insatiable desire for us to put our own video and shows on our Web sites. The Expression Encoder allows you to do exactly that.

Content Insider #90 – Flash the Savior
Flash Memory…Nothing Less Than World Domination
Flash memory -- according to the chip manufacturers -- is saving the world. Will the wicked Ming HD crush Earth. Will Dale the delicate consumer be the first to be rescued. This is a story with sequels !

With new Centro Palm shows that not all shrinkage is bad
The Centro is Palm's way of fighting back, by making a Treo that's smaller, cuter and cheaper. It's just $99 with a two-year Sprint contract (after a mail-in rebate), making it probably the cheapest smart phone yet. It would have been more interesting if Palm fought back by revamping its outdated software, but if small and cheap are on sale, I'll take it.


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