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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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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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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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On Google, I know for sure that emerging stories are indexed from the get-go

A while back, a friend of mine suggested I try duckduckgo … and at first I was rather dismissive. However, I gave it another spin, and I must say I was indeed impressed! Today I decided to do some reading … Continue reading Continue reading

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How many search engines do you use — and how many different kinds of search engines?

Traditional / Mainstream media people often have a very superficial view of search — for example: They might not consider asking somebody the time of day to be a “search query” (OK, that one is a little extreme — but … Continue reading Continue reading

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I distinctly remember when Mark Grimes stated how well I understood the web — except that I was about half a century before “my time”

That was, I guess, both inspiring and yet also demotivating at the same time. But quotes like this one made by John Battelle yesterday — in that scale of things not all too long after Google went public — make … Continue reading Continue reading

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Google #Epic #FAIL

I just decided — in a sort of sentimental flash — to use #HASHTAGS. (Sorry for the corniness ) In any case, I have long known that Google sucks, but now I’ve just discovered how much of an EPIC FAIL … Continue reading
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Better Without You?

I was just thinking about something related (which I’ll get to in a moment), and then this song started playing in my mp3 player: “Better Without You” by Anne Haigis. Go ahead — “search” for it! I bet you won’t … Continue reading Continue reading

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You Search: How fresh are your results?

A little riddle for anyone who has ever used a “search engine”: If / When you “search”, do you expect 100% of all information published in the last hour to show up in the results? That might be the case … Continue reading
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