Archive for October, 2009

ContextVoice Provides Real Time Tracking

Friday, October 30th, 2009

ContextVoice has just added a new option to search functionality, with many new and useful filtering options. With the new analytics in place a person can deal with real time research rather than being forced to dig through results, focusing on thousands of comments that any given conversation might have. The decision to add these features came after examining the users as a group, rather than as individuals.

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3D Site Building Is More Popular Than Ever

Friday, October 16th, 2009

For many years web developers have been creating 3D using Flash. In the past year there have been massive improvements in terms of proliferation of internet 3D content which has led to a burst in popularity. Every new release of Flash has seen improvements unveiled, but with Flash 10 penetration is now resting at roughly 75% of the market, meaning it will soon become the norm.

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The History Of Search

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

A search engine is used to store info and make it available for search results. The very first search engine was Wandex. The predecessor to today’s search engines was WebCrawler. Around 2001 Google became thee search engine. Google pioneered page rank and link popularity. The google search page is not fancy, but it does the job and that seems to be what people want. The other biggie in the world is Yahoo. The newest to hit the scene is msn search.