During his Macworld Expo keynote address on Tuesday morning, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the MacBook Air Tuesday, a computer that the company billed as the world’s thinnest notebook — small enough to fit inside an interoffice mailing envelope. It’s priced starting at $1,799 and will be available within two weeks.
Amazingly thin. Amazingly full-size.
The thinness of MacBook Air is stirring. But perhaps more impressive, there’s a full-size notebook encased in the 0.16 to 0.76 inch of sleek, sturdy anodized aluminum. And at just 3.0 pounds,1 MacBook Air is more than portable — it’s with you everywhere you go.
A no-compromise display.
The glossy 13.3-inch, widescreen LED backlit MacBook Air display is the same viewable size as the screen on MacBook. The 1280-by-800 resolution gives you vibrant images and rich colors at full brightness the moment you open MacBook Air. So you get full-screen performance with all the benefits of a slim design.
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NewsGator announced today the general availability of NetNewsWire 3.1, FeedDemon 2.6, and NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile 2.0. The public beta of NewsGator Inbox 3.0 also began today.
The award-winning products for PC (FeedDemon), Mac (NetNewsWire), Microsoft Outlook (Inbox), and mobile (NewsGator Go!) deliver a best-of-breed RSS reading experience that synchronizes through NewsGator’s online platform. All of the new product versions deliver a better user experience with the inclusion of significant performance, usability, and relevance enhancements.
NewsGator also announced that all of its client RSS reader products are now available free of charge and include free synchronization along with other services. Users can now enjoy the great features and performance of all of NewsGator’s Web, desktop and mobile readers for iPhone, Windows Mobile, and BlackBerry (powered by FreeRange), all synchronized to provide the same view of their RSS content no matter when or where they read it. Enterprise customers will continue to enjoy the extended value of having all these clients synchronize with NewsGator Enterprise Server (NGES). The combination of innovative client reader features and the ability to leverage core platform data and capabilities have made NewsGator products dominant in the enterprise.
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Another important metric for search engine optimization is the frequency of search engine visits and crawls website content. The rate of the crawling can be quantified by crawl cycle (CC) which present the time between two crawls.
SEOmeter.com provides a tool for webmasters in order to monitor search engine’s crawling on their website. Their tool will record each cache update events for each website listed on them and display the history of cache update in a user friendly graph. Currently SEOmeter.com monitors Google only, since only Google who allows public access to the caching timestamp among other major search engine.
here are many benefits by using this tool. Webmasters can show to public how their website is trusted by search engine (by crawling frequency) while SEO marketers can measure their marketing campaigns (by checking the historical trend of search engine crawling rate) of their clients’ site. The detection and analysis any problems related to robot’s crawling is another benefit.
Here is a sample of Crawl Cycle for Google.com
The history graph visualizes how the crawl cycle (CC) of a given website changes over time. The x-axis of each dot represents the timestamp of search engine’s crawling event. The y-axis of the dot is a past one-month average of crawl cycle from that date. So for example, CC=2 on Dec. 20 means that between 11/20 and 12/20, search engine crawled the given website once every other day on average.
For webmasters who want to ramp up the search engine’s crawling rate, SEOmeter.com also shares their tips that describes what determines search engine’s crawl rate.
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