Author Archives: Daniel Verhoeven

Well Connected? The Biological Implications of ‘Social Networking’

First published on thewingsofthecarp Two scientists express their concern about the use of the social Web.  According to Sigman’s article, entitled “Well Connected? The Biological Implications of ‘Social Networking.”, it could  increase the risk of problems as serious as cancer, … Continue reading

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Google’s one-way mirror

Author: Daniël Verhoeven The main Google paradox One way to define contextual information search would be intelligent search. In this article we explore one of the origins of human intelligence: mirror neurons. As to prominent linguists like Arbib  and Lakoff … Continue reading

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E-reputation toolkit: Social Web Metasearch

First Pubished at 2bloggen The Socal Web is fantastic if it is built on top of social relations in the real world. Somebody discribed it ironically: “Twitter is for the friends you want to have while Facebook is for the … Continue reading

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Google and net neutrality

Permalink Author: Daniël Verhoeven, 22 feb 2009 Avant-propos: finding information on the web NOT using Google or any other search engine A fortnight ago I planned to write an article about Google and contextual information search, the opposite of full … Continue reading

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