Google Groups launched a new version of itself, replacing the old iteration. The new features allow users to create their own groups, as well as the ability to create a mailing list. These features were first introduced a few months ago, as Danny Sullivan discussed here. John Battelle has a lot more on Google

Occasionally the eternal optimist (I realize the contradiction), I routinely go to IWon, spyware and all, to try for the $10,000 daily prize. Maybe it’s time to move on to a new prize site and fulfill my search needs. With Blingo, you can do just that. Blingo is a search engine that awards

As blogs become more a part of the Internet mainstream, corporate leaders are using them to discuss their companies and the business world in general. That’s why a site like the CEO Blogs List is so cool — it’s a list of CEOs (and others in leadership positions) who are currently blogging. Better, it’s also

I have mentioned PubSub several times over the past year — it is a terrific way to keep up with information on the Internet, without having to constantly check resources day after day. Once you set PubSub to monitor your keyword searches for you, all you have to do is wait for the results to

Sometimes an important part of getting to the right source on the Internet is knowing the exact URL. Once you understand how URLs work, you can often find information that did not appear to be immediately available. The folks at Eipert Information Services have a two-part series on URLs that you should definitely check out:

Gary Price mentioned a nifty news visualization tool last week, called 10×10. It’s a grid of 100 pictures (thus, 10 by 10), with news stories (from Reuters, BBC, and New York Times) associated with each. The photos/stories are updated each hour. Not a very hard-hitting news site, but then again, it’s not intended to