Google Maps has a mobile version. This week they’ve begun offering real-time traffic on their mobile map as well. You can download their application for your phone for free at http://www.google.com/gmm/index.html. (The […]
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Several years ago, I reviewed a lot of search engines that launched as technology showcases. To demonstrate what they could do, they’d take a large body of data and proceed to slice-n-dice […]
You know it’s a search engine because it’s got some kind of weird name you’re not sure how to pronounce. Oyaka allows you to meta-search for both events and tickets; it’s in […]
Resourceshelf, piloted by Gary Price, has added a couple new features that you might want to take a look at. Gary has started a collection of calendars, calendars, more calendars, and a […]
Last winter I reviewed a Flickr search tool called Retrievr. It allows you to make a drawing and then finds Flickr photos based on what you drew. I found it worked best […]