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Google SEO ebook

By on January 11, 2009


There are a lot of tools either is free or paid to help you to increase your site traffic, one of the important is the SEO. The search engine giant – Google do provide us a lot of tools for free such as Google Webmaster to help us to increase our site traffic by bringing in the web user from the search engine.

But are you really understand how actually the search engine actually work and how to increase your ranking in the search result page? This e-book i get from one of the tech blog in Internet where this e-book named as  “Marking the Most of Your Content”.


Google change the favicon

By on January 11, 2009

google-favicon-2009Google has changed their favicon on 9 Jan 2009. I just found out it today after I came back from my Genting highland trip. They actually changed it once before in June 2008, now again they change it to the new one. You may found out the new favicon will appear on your address bar, tab and the title bar of the browser.


The favicon is actualy choosen from the Google favicon contest. The latest icon is from a contestor name André Resende. He is a computer science undergraduate student at the University of Campinas in Brazil, submitted the design that inspired Google new favicon. His placement of a white ‘g’ on a color-blocked background was highly recognizable and attractive, while seeming to capture the essence of Google.


But the final favicon is slightly difference from the original design by André Resende. Google has change the layout slightly and moved the ‘g’ off center.

The new design consists of four color areas – blue, red, green and yellow – overlaid by a lowercase white “g”.
Google's new faviconGoogle’s new favicon



Google IME PinYin input method

By on January 10, 2009

pinyin_demoGoogle has just annouce their Google IME PinYin input method for all users who like to enter the chinese charecter. Google IME PinYin Method now is free for download all Microsoft Window 2000 SP4/XP/Vista user.

Although Microsoft Window XP and Vista are build-in with the Chinese cherecter input method, but Google IME PinYin input method do provide some extra and unique features such as:

  • Smart sentence building – Google PinYin Input Method builds sentences for you, reduce the time to choose the correct words.
  • Popular words – Powered by Google database, Google PinYin Input Method automatically updates the latest buzz words in Internet.
  • Spelling correction – Google PinYin Input Method provide the spelling correction features where it will show you the suggested correct spelling for your word that enter
  • Custom dictionary – For advance user, you may add your prefer word into the system
  • Sync – You can sync your input habit and personalized words with Google account and apply it on other computer, so your personalized habit will follow where you are.
  • One-click search – It is Google. You can search any word directly from the Google PinYin Input Method toolbar
  • English input – Google PinYin Input Method gives English words suggestion when you type english characters. No need to switch input method.
  • More features on Google IME PinYin Input method 

The latest version at this moment is

Click here to go to Google IME PinYin Input Method
Click here to download Google IME PinYin Input method  

Google Knol

By on December 30, 2008

Google has annouce their new product call Google Knol. This is the new product annouce by them to direct compete with the well know encyclopaedia site – Wikipidia.



Google Knol

Google define Google Knol as the sharing of specific authoritative articles about a specific topics by a group of expert. The main concept of the Knol is to group all the vast amounts of information from everyone into the a site so that other can benefit from there.

The creator of the articles will be address as the owner or the author. The authour of an article will be also moderator for that article, public may suggest an edition to the author, then it depand the author whether want to accept the suggestion or not. Once the suggestion has been moderate and accepted, then it will only appear to the public.