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Can Romans help Russians in the dark?

David Petherick looks at the history of daylight savings time, and discovers that the Romans might have been on to something with their water clocks...

Seven pointers to why Google may be about to surprise us, and everyone else, again…

Originally published: 05 March 2009 at The Next Web

It’s March. Spring is almost in the air. Change happens.
Reuters say Google are building up cash, and they quote the CEO on that one.
Google’s CEO publicly put his foot on his mouth and said very odd things about Twitter (160 characters, anyone?) including the word […]

Imagine there’s no Google (Part 1)

What if there was no Google – right now? Goog, gone! What would that mean for the way that I work online? So I’m writing this article in a theoretical situation, where suddenly, there’s no Google. (My colleague Zee will write a companion article to this later in the week, outlining the alternatives to these services...

If our fathers can’t go farther online, we are all missing out…

It’s a question that hardware and software makers, as well as internet service providers, really need to address, because there is a huge potential audience out there that will use more, buy more, share more and get more fun and enjoyment from the online world – if only they could simply understand how to get it into their lives simply, reliably, and safely.
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You’re a Nobody unless your name Googles well: Wall Street Journal

In the age of Google, being special increasingly requires standing out from the crowd online. Many people aspire for themselves -- or their offspring -- to command prominent placement in the top few links on search engines or social networking sites' member lookup functions...

Business Blogs still make sense…

What we see with successful blogs is a chain reaction that starts with a sincere interest on the part of the bloggers to provide their audience with great value in terms of useful and engaging content in the form of information, help, discussion and ideas. If a company can harness their customers' knowledge and ideas, a company will find better ways to satisfy their customers needs and wants...