I'm really not a fan of the UI test.
From the BBC this morning, news that a Drug Dealing website has been taken offline in a DOS attack.
Was it Hackers or Governments?
Don Campbell shared 5 steps to secure a WordPress site.
Wikipedia editors stand accused of trashing the profile page for an American novelist, after she cried foul at Wikipedia removing women from their list of "American authors".
Ok, so the AuthorRank is not here yet, but no one can stop us from elaborating on what it's going to do and how it's going to work.
The google signin App activities found here https://developers.google.com/+/features/app-activities will soon allow s
Kristi Kellogg interviews Bruce Clay on the much-anticipated Penguin 2.0 update: Bruce Clay on Expecting and Escaping Goo
Jonathan Schikowski reviews a web browsing tool he created for viewing the internet as a search engine would.
Social networking users get tired of Facebook & seek alternatives The Guardian re
The dream company that turned into a nightmare. Barry Schwartz gives us an small insight into what happened at BlueGlass.
Rachel Hirsch writes about the opportunities for affiliate marketers in profitable, but risky areas like online trading.
Google has updated the Authorship rich snippet that appears alongside search results.
You can always count on Aaron Wall to call Google out, especially on its hypocrisy.
The power of a single twitter account has hit an all time high with the hacked tweet yesterday from @ap saying "Breaking:Two Explosion
So the good folks at Mozilla got a manual penalty from Google. But the message was as cryptic as ever,
Business Branding for entrepreneurs sometimes is dilluted in the efforts to be noticed and, often, for not staying true to your course when advised to do otherwise.
Danny Brown's Sunday Share features a worthwhile presentation by John Lane of Centerline Digital:
AJ Kohn sounds off on Google for removing related searches from its analytics with (Hulk Mad) Google Removes Related Search
No reasonable useage cases were presented in objection to the removal and as such <hgroup> will be removed from the html5 specification.
If you used Hostagator, probably not as secure as you thought it was. Eric
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