Archiv: April 2006
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Journalist over the years have assumed they were writing their headlines and articles for two audiences--fickle readers and nitpicking editors. Today, there is a third important arbiter of their work: the software programs that scour the Web, analyzing and ranking online news articles on behalf of Internet search engines like Google, Yahoo and MSN.
The Track Stick records its own location, time, date, speed, heading and altitude at preset intervals. With over 1Mb of memory, it can store months of travel information.
But will ants be able to survive Google AdSense?
The only thing new in this story was that Gawker put its celebrity sightings atop a Google map with pretty Wisp boxes. The only thing new was a redesign. What the press was supposedly up-in-arms about — readers “stalking” celebrities and reporting their encounters — has been going on since Gawker began.