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Archive for October 2007

October’s Triple Google Dance: eliminating Paid Link industry?

October 31, 2007

Google Dance is a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) professional term referring to the period of time when Google indices are tuned. According to Wikipedia Google Dance often cause “both a fluctuation in index size as well a significant change in a web site’s search result position.” A week ago, on Wednesday morning October 24, the […]

Between Two Rivers, my friend and the Saddam Hussein dreamroll

October 30, 2007

18 years ago, in 1989, I left The Department of the Theater Arts in Tel Aviv university and joined a fringe production written by a friend who was studying with me, and served as assistant for director Rami Danon who was already a well known and reputed theater director. The young writer was Ilan Hatzor […]

Call of Duty 4 for the Xbox 360 pre-released in Colorado

October 29, 2007

According to, based on this taped phone conversation, the “highly anticipated first person shooter, Call of Duty 4 for the Xbox 360 is now on sale in a video-game store in Colorado, even though the official release date is November 5th.” Unfortunately he also says “there were only four copies of the game” so […]

Southern California wildfires: of the worst fire disasters in Californian history

October 29, 2007

If any of us needed another proof for how real global worming impact is I am sure, as sad as it is, the recent events in southern California might “help” on that. According to france24, a French international news channel broadcasting on a 24/7 basis, it seems that the Californian Firefighters are getting the upper […]

Movies that changed Cinema: The African Queen – fiction meets reality

October 28, 2007

Some people say hunting elephants was the real type of activity director John Huston had in mind when he decided to do The African Queen. Anyway, right from the start, he insisted this is not going to be just another cardboard decorated studio feature. Ranked by the American Film Institute in 2007 as the 65 […]

Israel’s airstrike on Syria: imagery clues emerge

October 26, 2007

While we are on the subject of rumors, In our new media enhanced universe it’s really just a question of time until everything is revealed. Even some things USIsrael government rather leave hidden. Thus, the Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) website now serves the original DigitalGlobe imagery pdf report of the location where […]

Welcome BlogCatalog. Still love you MyBlogLog.

October 26, 2007

The requirement of being reviewed and accepted rather than just going through the usual registration process we know from most Internet services is perhaps the most important difference between BlogCatalog and its sibling/rival community MyBlogLog (MBL), both probably the two leading social blog directories on the Internet. Other differences, at least as I see it, […]

Funny hot lady

October 25, 2007

I thought this is funny.

FaceBook and Microsoft: is it final or is it Google?

October 25, 2007

Rumors about FaceBook negotiating a bitter acquisition bidding war with Microsoft and or Google have been around for quite some time. This morning another step was taken as the company confirmed it is planning “a significant advertising-related announcement” in two weeks, in perfect timing with the AdTech new-media marketing conference: “Facebook has invited some of […]

Metacafe and Peerbox team up for user video sharing on mobile phones

October 24, 2007

PeerBox by Nareos, a popular mobile social networking service already reviewed on this blog, announced last week a partnership with Metacafe, the world’s leading independent online video entertainment site, to provide Metacafe’s users with mobile social networking. With the help of PeerBox technology, Metacafe users may now access, download and share user generated videos directly […]