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Google Maps upgrade now helps non-highway drivers avoid traffic jams

Bolstering our infrastructure

engineering.twitter.com
Last night, the world tuned in to Twitter to share the election results as U.S. voters chose a president and settled many other campaigns. Throughout the day, people sent more than 31 million election-related Tweets (which contained certain key terms and relevant hashtags). And as results rolled in, we tracked...
Bolstering our infrastructure

Gmail Meter brings detailed analytics to your inbox

www.engadget.com
Just in case a constantly increasing unread messages counter is providing enough details about the flow of messages to your inbox, the Official Gmail Blog points the Gmail Meter tool for detailed monthly activity breakdowns. A Google Apps script developed by Romain Vialard, it can show you stats on...
Gmail Meter brings detailed analytics to your inbox

Maybe "Being the Product" Isn't So Bad: Why Data Harvesting Doesn't Have to be a Nightmare

allthingsd.com
The often-cited expression “When something online is free, you’re not the customer, you’re the product” is compelling and smart and seems to sum up the problem of living in an advertising-supported online world. But it also stops too short. People trot out this line to advocate disengaging from a world...
Maybe "Being the Product" Isn't So Bad: Why Data Harvesting Doesn't Have to be a Nightmare

Scalability means flexibility

googleappengine.blogspot.com
From the beginning we've worked hard to ensure that building and maintaining applications on Google App Engine is as easy as possible and that those applications can be made to scale very well. Scalability can mean different things to different people though. For us, platform scalability (today) means efficiently serving...
Scalability means flexibility

How big data will change networking

gigaom.com
Boundary CEO Gary Read What if you could know everything about your network? Instead of getting snapshots — albeit very rapid snapshops — you could see the path of every packet and run basic analytics on that stream of data in real time? It’s the difference between watching a Pixar...
How big data will change networking

Google expands typical traffic mapping to include roads, helps plan your route during rush hour

thenextweb.com
Google has today announced that it is expanding typical traffic pattern mapping service to include regular roads, not just highways. It has always provided the service on highways, but now arterial roads (major gateways of traffic) are also covered. If you enter a set of destinations and enable the traffic...
Google expands typical traffic mapping to include roads, helps plan your route during rush hour
Twitter's record-breaking night killed the Fail Whale, no thanks to Ruby

Twitter's hour-long sustained peak of 9,965 TPS during election displays shift in how service is used

thenextweb.com
Twitter had a sustained hour-long peak of 9,965 election-related tweets per second during the election tally last night, from 8:11 to 9:11 PST. Twitter VP of Infrastructure Operations Engineering Mazen Rawashdeh says that this was a change in how the service is normally used during events. “Seeing a sustained peak over the...
Twitter's hour-long sustained peak of 9,965 TPS during election displays shift in how service is used

Google’s New “Gmail Meter” Crunches Data About Your Email Use

techcrunch.com
Similar to Google’s new Account Activity dashboard, the company is now expanding its data-crunching ways to another popular Google service: Gmail. With a new tool called “Gmail Meter,” you can now know everything there is to know (well, almost) about your Gmail usage. Using the Meter, you can learn about...
Google’s New “Gmail Meter” Crunches Data About Your Email Use
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