Monthly Archives: June 2006

Video of Google’s new “Google Checkout”

Google is releasing a new shopping feature called Google Checkout. I have attached a link to the demo video below. What is interesting about this feature is that they are tying it into adwords (the search words that advertisers purchase … Continue reading

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Adobe Releases Flash Player 9

Adobe just released an update to Flash Player that compiles actionscript with a Just-In-Time (JIT) compiler. Adobe claims that this update provides a 10-fold speed increase in how the player behaves. Besides the actionscript compiler, there is also support for … Continue reading

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Google to release competitor to PayPal this week

I heard about this in the past that Google was working on a competitor to PayPal, now officially called GBuy. A news article on msnbc released the story today. Naturally there will be an API for GBuy, much like there … Continue reading

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Why Most Companies Shouldn’t Co-Locate a Server

Your company uses its web site and online applications more and more as an integral part of your business. Your sites are getting bigger, and more applications are being integrated into them. Or perhaps you have grown from one web … Continue reading

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