Swine Flu iPhone Application

Under our IntuApps brand, we released a new iPhone app that has data on the Swine Flu outbreak. Let me take you through the app, which has yet to be approved by Apple. Note, if you want to be notified when the app is live, leave a comment below with your email address and I

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Daily Search Coverage & Link Finds: April 30, 2009

Daily Search Coverage: Do you still have your job? AdSense reports sometimes go to Euros. Google creates ad site. Google Analytics fixes content report. AdSense finally integrates with Analytics. An advertiser lost $30,000 with Google. Search Engine Roundtable Topics: Google Analytics Fixes “Content Data” Reports Why Am I Seeing AdSense Reports in Euros? Google Centralizes


I Want Better Water Pressure

The one thing I miss about my previous home, the Monsey condo, is the water pressure. My new home, which I have been at for over 18 months now, has horrible water pressure. I tried changing the shower head in my bathroom, but that really didn’t do much. The bottom line is that the water


What Twitter Would Look Like In Real Life

This is too funny… If you forgot your iPhone and you needed to Tweet. So you decide to yell out our Tweets, how would it look… Watch Real Life Twitter and more funny videos on CollegeHumor Via Gizmodo.

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Daily Search Coverage & Link Finds: April 29, 2009

Daily Search Coverage: Google spams Twitter. Don’t mess with Google or else. Microsoft stops fake spam referrals. Google’s location aware toolbar. Google Maps makes a mess of the world. Google slaps Wolfram Alpha. Conductor raises $10 million. Build robots. Google News tweets. IAC buys UrbanSpoon. Search Engine Roundtable Topics: Google Web Spam Team Joins Twitter


Urinal Test iPhone App

We released a new app under the IntuApps brand today named the Urinal Test. It is basically a game that challenges men to pick the right urinal. The decision on which urinal to use when in a public bathroom is not always clear. This game tells you if your first instinct is in fact correct

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Daily Search Coverage & Link Finds: April 28, 2009

Daily Search Coverage: Google picks the category for contextual ads. Do you like the new AdWords interface? Google’s geo targeting is off. Google may make the AdWords exam harder. Get longer AdWords titles. AdSense publishers freaking out about payments. Marin secures $13 million. Google releases awesome study on Sitemaps. Search Engine Roundtable Topics: Google Determines


iPhone Use Phones for Personal Use? Common!

A Compete report mentioned by the NY Times blog says that 73 percent of iPhone owners used their mobile devices primarily for personal reasons, such as entertainment. I find that incredibly high, but what do I know. Personally, I would say I use my iPhone for 90% work. I am constantly checking email when using


Estimated Life Span of RustyBrick Fridge: 18 Months

The RustyBrick 2007 holiday gifts were mini RustyBrick Fridges. They were not as big of a hit as our RustyBrick Laptop Bags but they were a nice hit. In any event, the RustyBrick Fridges were first put into use in early December 2007. We stored our mounds of RedBull in these Fridges, refilled them daily.

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Daily Search Coverage & Link Finds: April 27, 2009

Daily Search Coverage: Google Logo is Morse code today. Google banning out of date privacy policies? Google Image Labeler pornographic? Google Maps bugs leaves without reviews. Yahoo indenting multiple results. Hires, fires and departures. Google does Digg. Kumo launching at SMX? You don’t have to sell out to blog. Check out my latest video recap.