Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Google Blog Search launched

Blog Search is Google search technology focused on blogs. Google is a strong believer in the self-publishing phenomenon represented by blogging, and we hope Blog Search will help our users to explore the blogging universe more effectively, and perhaps inspire many to join the revolution themselves. Whether you're looking for Harry Potter reviews, political commentary, summer salad recipes or anything else, Blog Search enables you to find out what people are saying on any subject of your choice.

Your results include all blogs, not just those published through Blogger; our blog index is continually updated, so you'll always get the most accurate and up-to-date results; and you can search not just for blogs written in English, but in French, Italian, German, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese and other languages as well.

Quite interesting to check which blogs refer back to AME Info :-)

An rss-feed search is expected to be released soon as well.

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

September specials - AME Info Radio

Hi All, Some of the features/interviews being streamed this month on

Celebrity Views - "Robbie Williams – Mr Entertainer” - nice one this, a new series taking a look at key places in the region "This Month In … Bahrain", Executive Views - "Sports Marketing Donal Kilalea” , for a holiday with a difference, Travel Special - "Adventure Holidays in Afghanistan” and "Al Essa – A Stepping Stone For South Africans". Music, especially - for Lotte, featured CD - "Ray Charles & Friends”.

Plus Techno News (Gizmos, It etc), News Review and Gitex, previews. That is it for now ...

Stay cool with The Blizz

Saturday, September 03, 2005


The ultimate geek Robert X. Cringelys long awaited web cast NerdTV starts next week.

...what makes NerdTV different and gives it unique value is that it is something you would never see on TV. Never. Not even on the most esoteric distance learning channel or the poorest-produced local cable access show, much less from a national television network with a global reputation. That PBS would take such a gamble on the intelligence of its audience is breathtaking and I, as the guy who came up with this idea, can only marvel at their willingness to experiment.

Watch out at: