The Google, The FTC, and The News headlines

If anyone’s been looking at the tech headlines today, particularly the really big sites with very political writers, you may have read something about the FTC having...

Secure search service stirs SEOs slightly

Every once in a while there’s an announcement that makes a huge kerfuffle online only to be yesterdays news the next week. Yesterday’s news is that Google made...

A Google Engineer who sees the outsider perspective?

I know that as a stubborn old nerd I can be pretty hard to win over, and as much as this Google Engineer claims to have accidentally leaked his rant, I read this as intentionally...

1st SEO Impressions of Windows 8

I started my computer life on an Apple II PC, my first gaming/entertainment electronics experience was the Lesiure Vision, and it wasn’t until high-school that I met...

Google+ starts Name Verification

There are some really famous people reaching out to fans on-line, but if you just got a notification today that someone famous has added you to some circles what can you do...

Google+ Free For All

If you’ve been able to get on-line with all the outages this morning (EAST-1 was down for a bit) then you may have seen a number of links showing up for ‘free...

Google is taking out the trash

For some time now the “free hosting” Korean company Co.cc has been a target of malware, phishing, and large volumes of spam content. Over at Google I can picture...

Bitcoin takes a beating..

Bitcoin had a serious case of the Mondays yesterday as the EFF dropped the currency for donations, and MtGox, a major international exchange, managed to spill over $5 million...

Official IPv6 Test Day

Don’t forget, June 8th is the official IPv6 test day! We should have a full blog post later today but I wanted to remind everyone to take a look and see who’s...
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