There are certain things that evoke my distant memories of childhood glee. Pocket knives, the smell of burning ant carapace underneath one’s magnifying glass and throwing rocks at stuff come to mind. Oh, and Pacman.
Which happens to be celebrating it’s 30th anniversary today. And Google has gone and created a Doodle to celebrate, as they often [...]
So, Stephen Conroy’s Australian Mandatory ISP Internet Filter was featured in a Yahoo! news article today, but the comments are limited to 1000 characters. If you’ve been paying attention it’d be pretty clear theres no way that’ll be sufficient for my ramblings, so here’s the full response below:
(Note: if you’d like to leave a comment on the Yahoo [...]
Thought I’d keep tabs on Google’s ‘I’m feeling lucky’ page during the tickover into the new decade, and lo and behold, they’d like to wish us all a Happy New Year:
What I thought was a little more.. well… awesome, was this page, courtesy of a Holiday Season email from Google.
This morning Googler in Australia (and preumably other timezones with a date of 21st September) have been presented with a(nother) new Google Doodle – this time most definitely in honour of the birth of H.G Wells (see google.com.au to check it out)
So the big question is : Have the last two Google logos been a lead [...]
So I’ve been following the Google Doodle UFO/Abduction/Crop Circle phenomena (See ITWire for the best write up I’ve found so far) and today there’s been a series of comments on assorted sites made directing folks to www.googlecropcircles.info for ‘The Truth’
image from googlecropcircles.info
Apparently, the Truth comes at a price: US$1.46 to be exact, and it goes [...]