Thursday, November 22, 2007

Googler’s nabbed by facebook….

Will Facebook UI gets better than ever…?

As TechCrunch Reports, facebook is capturing the google employees.
Facebook is allegedly grabbing google employees. How and why? Because google become calm, and crossed his halfway of his age, while facebook have a cool offers for goolge employees.

According to sources, good number of top performers have made the switch over the last two months. Googler’s expect to continue seeing at least two to four more leave for facebook each month. Know facebook is targeting skim of the team. Many of the googler’s are leaving, or being actively recruited.

A steady stream of google employees are making the switch to facebook, and competition for top college graduate is fierce as well. Facebook just seems to have a hell of a lot “sexier” offer than Google.

Good, Maybe facebook will get a face lift and get a better. If only for the face lift, facebook is grabbing googler’s seems to making competition with google. If face lift is the only reason then here is a good UI company.
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Anyhow, by these competition employee are getting a hell lot sexier then ever…cross the finger…and pray for this competition.

Monday, November 19, 2007

Flickr by place

You can find a new way to browse the worlds happening.

Flickr, Yhaoo Inc’s online photo-sharing site, introducing a set of mapping features, this week, that makes it easier to find photo based on their location.

“Places” the new service identify latest hot-spots on global map for photo contribution.

Flicker is going to start on Monday his new service “places” where web user can browse photos from millions of geographically located photos on the site

Web user can now search photo that might interest them, by more than 100,000 geographical places names. More of the countries, city and regions have their own featured pages.

User can click on a category tag, that will take them to selection of photo, giving them a glance of other flicker users what they find interesting on that tag.

Now the site will give more local appeal to users, as well as attract prospective travelers seeking to get beyond photos of landmark for places they plan to visit

Flickr is increasing new location pages per week.
Places will be available in the eight languages that flickr now offers—English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Korean and traditional Chinese.