Category Archives: Search

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NY Times Exposes More Google Spam

The New York Times has another high profile article exposing how Google is broken.  The article notes that JC Penny ranked #1 in Google search results pages for numerous terms during the lucrative shopping season thanks mostly to numerous paid links. Both the writer and

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Why Google Is Broken – Title Tag

Counting links is the core of Google’s ranking algorithm. The idea that the more incoming links a webpage has the greater its “authority” or the more highly recommended it is has powered Google search for a long time. Unfortunately, one of the main reasons Google

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Why Google Is Broken

There has been a lot of talk recently about the amount of spam that appears in Google’s search engine rankings. Indeed, the once vaunted, gold-standard, of Internet search has come under an increasingly critical eye as technology writers re-examine what was a non-issue. Many of

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Undo Feature a Sign Post?

Today’s, "Hmmm. I never thought of that, but it makes sense," moment comes courtesy of Infectious Greed. Author Paul Kedrosky suggests that you can tell a software product or service has come of age when it gets an undo feature. He points out that many

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Galaxy Tab Flash Support Shows Flash Sucks?

An interesting development in the world of technology may be inadvertently playing out with the release of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab tablet computer. When Apple released the iPad to much fanfare in early 2010, one of the big things people noticed was that the device did

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Google Chrome Built-In PDF Viewer

Yeah! Google Chrome is finally getting with the program. Well, part of it anyway. A blog post announced that Google Chrome beta is getting a built-in PDF reader. That means that I will no longer have to have a temporary directory to download PDF files