Tweet With so much talk about page rank in the past few weeks, I read a lot of articles, as I am sure all of you did too. I also read a lot of people mentioning different page ranks for their internal pages and wondered what my site’s individual pages ranked at. So a couple […]
Tweet Sunday was a nice day at fresh perspectives, weather wise and other wise, for a few good surprises! For one, Google was kind and assigned this blog a page rank of 4 and gave me a feeling of ‘official belonging’ to the blogosphere. What more? it came on my birthday (yes, not blog birthday, […]
Tweet So what does the term Google mean? I always wondered about it subconsciously but never took the time to find out…… and today their logo encircled in colorful candy made me ‘curious‘ The name ‘Google’ is a play on the word ‘googol,’ coined by Milton Sirotta, nephew of American mathematician Edward Kasner. A ‘googol’ […]
Tweet Does speed-linking has to be a weekend activity? It seems customary to write link posts over the weekends but here I am, sharing some of the links that I have followed on using Google Reader more efficiently. These posts have wealth of ideas and I am sure you will love to bookmark them if […]
Tweet Today’s video is good 20 minutes long but its really worth every second. Sergey Brin and Larry Page co-founded Google in 1998, and redefined the way people use the web. Now two of the world’s richest people, they still play an active role in the company, encouraging fresh approaches to Google’s unique culture and […]
Tweet When I signed up with Blogger one day, I had not given a careful consideration to the name of the blog or even the title. Before this blog, I used to start blogs and would quickly lose interest and would delete them after a few months. But with Fresh Perspectives it was different from […]
Tweet leon Ho the techie guy over at Lifehack lists a number of nice things you can do with Google. I guess even he didn’t think of doing this. Type in New York, NY to Paris, France in Google Maps and Look at the directions in the picture and Note #24 carefully Click on the […]
Tweet BusinessWeek has an interesting story about google planning to provide free wireless service to public in Washington DC!