Google Trends analyzes a portion of Google web searches to compute how many searches have been done for the terms you enter relative to the total number of searches done on Google over time. We then show you a graph with the results -- our search-volume graph.
The O'Reilly Radar blog will track what O'Reilly people are tracking, and turn the blips into conversations. Using some of the technologies they're currently enjoying -- tags by del.icio.us, photos by Flickr, trends by the Yahoo!/O'Reilly Buzz Market -- they'll draw from the wisdom of the alpha geeks, amplify the weak signals, draw out effective design patterns, iterate, and see if they can predict the next Mosaic, P2P, or Amazon.
NewsFutures' prediction market is a game. Similar to fantasy stock market games, this one lets players trade on news events. You predict the outcome of various real-world news events we supply. So the more you know, the more likely you are to predict correctly and win. And it's not just how much you know. You can benefit from the bad predictions of others.
Digg is a technology news website that combines social bookmarking, blogging, RSS, and non-hierarchical editorial control. With digg, users submit stories for review, but rather than allow an editor to decide which stories go on the homepage.
comScore maintains massive proprietary databases that provide a continuous, real-time measurement of the myriad ways in which the Internet is used and the wide variety of activities that are occurring online
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