Launched recently is a new recipe search engine – Recipe Finder. The site currently boasts of around 1.7 million recipes plus more than 700,000 images in its database. If those are not too many for you, well I don’t know what is. The recipe search engine covers tons of recipes worldwide. I mean, you can search for recipes for European cuisine, American cuisine, French and more. Heck, you can even find various recipes for Chicken Tinola or Chicken Adobo from Recipe Finder.
Design-wise, Recipe Finder is very pleasing to the eyes which is how all food-based sites should be. It’s one of those sites which will compel you to linger on longer because the site’s theme color won’t distract your browsing experience. In other words, the site’s design is as appetizing as the photos of the recipes that you’ll find there.
You’ll also love the way the site displays individual recipe entries – simple, helpful and informative as well. I appreciate the fact that the site specifically displays calorie counters for individual recipes. This goes well for those who are on strict diet plan but still want to enjoy a sumptous and appetizing meal.
I won’t make this post too long since I know you’re dying to get to the site. So, the next time you’re in need of a good recipe to prepare for you family, or if you want to impress your girlfriend, check out the Recipe Finder. Here’s the link to Recipe Finder.
Guess what is the fastest rising search term on Google Zeitgeist for the Philippine market? JEJEMON! What a shocker, right? Why are we so engrossed with “Jejemon” anyways? Interestingly, the second fastest rising query was “iPad.” I guess many are searching Google to find out when the iPad will be released locally.
If you’re like me who “lives on the internet,” so to speak – you’ve got to watch this video put up by Google. It’s the annual Google Zeitgeist, and for 2010 Google decided to create a Zeitgeist year-end video. It’s cool and if you’ve been living on the web for the past year, you’d feel kind of nostalgic while watching this as i did. Hit that read more link before you can watch the Google Zeitgeist video.
In case you’re living under the rock (so to speak), Google has just officially announced the Chrome Open Source Project. And if you’re going to ask me what is it all about, I won’t answer you. I’m tired of writing about it. I practically made four posts about it in different blogs. But the video above tells it all. Go watch it.
If you’ve been reading the tech news the past couple of hours, you’d know that the biggest story right now, and perhaps this year is the Yahoo, Microsoft Search deal which has just been made official moments go. Yahoo and Microsoft just reached a 10 year search and online ad deal. And you can read more details here.
Attended the first day of SemCon 2008 Philippines today. It was a pretty good experience for me, hearing SEO and PPC experts in the field talk about, well practically two things – PPC and SEO as applied to brand campaign marketing.