A serious problem – I have 2800 “Zombies” that haven’t been fed for 11 days – they like eating my brains.. or the product of my brain, yet can’t get their daily dose.[Continue reading]
The website real estate around forms is both highly valuable and rarely used effectively.
But when I see the tech media oohing about a 3rd Party captcha service that uses ads, I feel I can add something to the discussion.[Continue reading]
It seems Cuil.com is dead.
Michael Arrington’s sources suggest this is permanent.
That is $33 Million down the drain in research, development, infrastructure for the search engine crawlers etc.
But that is a fair investment… the investors new there was a significant risk, and based on the Crunchbase profile there were a whole load of smart people involved.[Continue reading]
Special Update: Google Edition
What motivates people to link to other people? Listed are some of the reasons people might have for linking to you, and I am sure, some of the reasons you might link to other people.[Continue reading]
I can only vaguely rememember signing up for an account with RevResponse for a “tradepub” online trade publication store.
I can’t remember ever linking to it, but it might have happened – a quick search of my archives doesn’t reveal anything.[Continue reading]
Lots of rash statements get written by new media types after a press conference by Google, as an attempt to grab attention or to validate their business model by detrimenting that of others.
I am glad Matt Cutts, Marissa Mayer and many other Googlers have been fairly quick to defend the continued need for some kind of Search Engine Optimization, because ultimately a lot of what is SEO helps Google index content and find relevance.
I don’t run site queries anywhere near as often as I used to, but I was just doing a few indexation queries to pull up some examples and came across this interesting “Google Promotion” for webmaster tools.[Continue reading]
Icons that can be used for the development of open source projects, themes and plugins are very rare. So many designers are either a little lax in their licensing, or opt to use creative commons licenses.[Continue reading]