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Google vs. Anonymous

Within search results, information tied to verified online profiles will be ranked higher than content without such verification, which will result in most users naturally clicking on the top (verified) results. The true cost of remaining anonymous, then, might be … Continue reading
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Is Google Right or Wrong?

Online advertising will never replace what was lost.
Oh, come on, Jay: Forget about the price tag!
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Google, Facebook, Whatever: The internet will route around mainstream / retard media

Great article at confusedofcalcutta.com: open source specifications are now a force to be reckoned with In my opinion, language is the quintessential open source technology (it’s actually hardware and software baked into one — whether that’s brain cells, tongues, voice … Continue reading
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An Internet of things must be a place of all of our things, not just Google’s things

Andrew Keen seems to think such things need to be regulated by bureaucrats. I beg to differ. My things are indexed at the TAGSEO index (another “search engine” ) — if you are ready to “move ahead” (beyond retard media) … Continue reading
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Adam Kleinberg on Coke :)

Adam Kleinberg has a very well-written post about Coca-Cola — “Is Coke it?” Well, I think the “it” you should definitely pay attention to is Adam’s post: It is not only well-written but also wonderfully succinct (you will not be … Continue reading Continue reading

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GooTards believe they hear + see everything

If you, too, believe this, then please send me the following 2.63 billion results

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Facebook: The Web App prototype

I think many people look down on web apps — but who thinks of Facebook as a web app? I do! I can’t really tell you what makes a site become a web app, but in my opinion the way … Continue reading Continue reading

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Which is more complex: The IRS Federal Income Tax Code or the Google Algorithm?

I would say the Google Algorithm, because — unlike the IRS Federal Income Tax Code — the Google Algorithm is top secret. I would say it’s easier for a camel to step through the eye of a needle than for … Continue reading Continue reading

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“If it’s a search result, it goes through their algorithm” — LOL @ Google vs. Fair Search coalition

What algorithm?
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Retard Media: Hubspot vs. Google

As luck would have it, on the one day that I check the New York Times, they have an article (actually it’s more of a classified advertisement, for so-called “SEO agencies”) about what I will from now on refer to … Continue reading Continue reading

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