Wednesday, April 12, 2006

News 04.12.2006

Internet News
Engadget posted an awesome How-to on building a cheap but effective network rack. Looks like a fun little project.
[Digg Story]

TechCrunch has a snippet about the new TuneFeed service that will allow people to upload music to an allotted space and put a Flash player on a website to share with visitors.MySpace and others have similar services that do the same, but It seems in the personal blog and website arena people have their own way of pulling this off. Personally, I'd like to see some sites and blogs that differ from the NET9 approach to this idea. Why buy the cow when the milk is free, right? (By the way, I've discovered that I like using Portable Playlist to personalize my favorite audio)

Google News
Ars Technica thinks Google Voice Search is coming soon. Could Google be actually be undertaking such a gargantuan technological feat as voice recognition to enhance search options? It would be cool if they pull it off and even cooler if it worked well enough to use on mobile devices.
Related GigaOM Post: Is Mobile Voice Search Hot?

Podcast Links:
Buzz Out Loud - 04.11.06
Daily SearchCast - 04.11.06


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