It’s Hard To Do The Right Thing

For anyone who’s ever found themselves blocked while trying to do the right thing, this post is for you. Some time ago we were contacted by a company (Eyewear Pros to...

Search Engine Experiment in Spam Surfing

If you took a very heavily spam-influenced search engine like Bing for example and removed the first 1 million results for a query, how good would the result be? How about...

Week One with Google Drive

Well Google Drive has been making a lot of headlines about ownership of files, depth of file privacy, virus scanning, archive support, etc.. etc.. One item I have not seen...

Robotic Asteroid Mining for Rare Elements

When I was a teenager the coolest speakers on the planet were made by AVI Sound International in Vancouver BC and they stood out from other manufacturers because of how they...

Google’s Self Driving Cars – More than a vision

As an SEO who loves 12 volt tech, cars, and robotics, I tend to focus on these updates from Google’s self driving car project. This morning I came across a video showing...

Google IO is a sellout

I know we’ve been anti-Google the last few weeks, but Google’s upcoming IO conference really did sell-out, in 20 mins no less! With only 5,500 seats the 20 minute...

Beanstalk SEO Announces Minecraft Contest

The official press release for our first Minecraft contest finally went out today (though our blog readers got an early start from a mention last week).  Here’s the...

Beanstalk Offices Closed

Due to fairly significant wind storm, the power in our offices is out. Since 99.9% of the work we do requires power and the rest involves the ability to see 3 feet in front...

Beanstalk Minecraft 1.2 Contest

UPDATE: Contest has been EXTENDED until May 31st 2012 in order to give all participants a chance to finish their masterpieces. As I mention on the blog yesterday, Minecraft...
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