Google Analytics recently released 7 new features for their free online analytics tools. For those who have been using Analytics for some time Google has been silently adding improvements to the site for some time, but this is the first official notice of added features that I have received in almost a year.
Yesterday Google released the new version of Google Earth. This new version of Google Earth just doesn't let you explore the earth's surface now you can dive beneath the surface of the ocean. Through animation Google Earth lets you dive blow the surface and explore the ocean floor, see exclusive content provided by Google Partners like the BBC, and the National Geographic.
The Google G1 will be going on-sale here in Germany at the start of February, so I thought I would take a closer look at Google's first mobile phone. I first thought that perhaps the G1 would be a competitor to the iPhone but by the looks of things I couldn't have been more wrong.
One of our clients an electronic entertainment company provides movie trailers on their site. They also want to provide their partners with a simple EMBED tag for a flash player similar to what youtube does with it videos. Naturally they want to be able to track how often the movie clip or trailer is viewed on their partners sites by using google analytics, or as yet to be determined tracking methods.
I hadn't planned on writing about this as I thought I was the only one affected. But on closer inspection it appears a lot of the 'previously' highly rated blogs I read (see left nav bar for list) have all been adjusted downwards, some more dramatically than others.
I recently decided to use Google docs to do a little writing. I find it's ok for simple documents without too much fancy stuff, simple for simple needs.
I decided to start playing around with the "not so new" Google Maps Flash API. I downloaded the SDK, got my API Key and set up a simple "Hello World" type example.
It seems to have a rather large and vibrant community and a heck of a lot of plugins available. One plugin that caught my eye, specifically because I recently pointed out a post about the Google Charting API, is a charting plugin for JQuery called
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