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SExpand by Wendy Boswell Next to email, search is Internet users' primary activity. But most people don't realize that there's a LOT more search engines out there than just the Big Four: Google, Yahoo, AOL, or MSN. In fact, there are literally hundreds of really great niche, or vertical, search engines that focus on all kinds of topics: images, jobs, Bit Torrents, blogs, etc. You can find all sorts of great stuff using these alternative search engines that you might not be able to find on the more general, Big Box-type of search engines; plus, most of these niche search engines have really interesting features that are fun to play with. Seek and Ye Shall Find: Top Ten Alternative Search Engines
Video: Search multiple video services in one place with uLinkx - Lifehacker Want to search multiple video search engines/services all in one place? Try uLinkx, a site which offers up vids from Youtube, Google videos, Myspace, Metacafe, iFilm, Revver, Yahoo videos, Grouper, Dailymotion, and more. These videos are viewable within uLinkx itself, so you don't go skipping from site to site; plus, you have the ability to bookmark videos from multiple video search sites in one convenient playlist. It's an easy way to get your Spice Girls fix (don't look at me like that).
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Online search is now a multi-billion dollar industry, with Google alone grossing over $3.5 billion in profits last year. It’s no wonder why so many newcomers are hopping on the search bandwagon, hoping to become the next Google.
Presentation Zen The 2nd Edition of Presentation Zen Design is now on sale on Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, and directly from Peachpit Publishing (which offers a hardcopy/ full digital bundle) The 1st edition of Presentation Zen Design debuted exactly four years ago as a follow-up to Presentation Zen which was published in 2008 (now in 17 different languages and in its 2nd edition as well). Presentation Zen Design (2nd Edition) focuses on teaching basic design principles and techniques to non-designers. The context is presentation visuals but the principles can be applied more widely to other forms of visual communication. Although I did not write it or design it to be a textbook, the 1st edition has nonetheless been used as a textbook, or supplementary book, in communication-related classes at colleges and universities worldwide. The meaning of the term "2nd edition" actually varies wildly.
I attended Steve's keynote address at Macworld Expo San Francisco this morning, and I took a picture of most of the slides that he used. I couldn't capture them all because of the special effects he was using. You can read about these announcements all over the place, but here's a good summary on MacNN. Admittedly, from a photographic sense, my pictures will win no awards. Lessons from Steve's Keynote