Monthly Archives: June 2007


I’ve been adding plenty of video’s to my VodPod, but of course they don’t appear in the RSS feed, so those that don’t regularly visit the site won’t know they are there. So, here’s a list of some of the video’s … Continue reading

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Customised Search with Google

Here’s a presentation I have put together to explain some of the whats, whys and hows of creating a Google Customised Search.

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A perfect blog post

Evan Davis, BBC News’ economics guy, has a pretty good blog called Evanomics (nice). Yesterday he posted on the hot topic of the moment, private equity. And as a blog post, for me it is pretty close to perfect. For … Continue reading

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A knowledge management search engine

The latest stage of my attempt to take over the world of vertical search is KMSearch, which focuses on knowledge management resources. As well as the search engine, there is a wiki to manage the site, which includes the list … Continue reading

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The importance of the browser

Simon Dickson points out that the latest Beta of Safari, the web browser for the MacOS operating system, has now been ported to Windows. I’ve just installed the new public beta of Apple’s Safari browser on my Windows PC. It … Continue reading

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