A little while ago Google got into the domain registration game on an invite-only basis. Now, after about 6 months of testing, they have decided to open up domain registration to all US users.
Who could have thought!
One thing I used to love about Google search was the breadcrumb feature, where I could click on the link to a higher level category page if the main link Google served me was not what I was actuall
Even more fun than taking this web IQ quiz http://www.pewinternet.org/quiz/web-iq-quiz/
was following the little debate about mosaic vs. navigator
TRUSTe, a company that certifies websites' compliance with various security and privacy standards, was recently penalized by the FTC for not reviewing all of the sites with the TRUSTe logo annually
Google has been using Moffett Field, a NASA airfield, as the home for it's private jets.
Yelp.com, already a giant in the local business review space, now offers the ability to reserve hotel stays through the site.
The new domain names are starting to be released to the public for purchase from .email to .photography to .cool and .pro.
Intuitive step by step troubleshooter for Google's penalties. Check it out and let me know what you think!
Here is a good way to spread the word about Net Neutrality in an entertaining video anyone can understand: http://vimeo.com/fiorecartoons/gilded-age-internet
Sometimes I think we all take for granted the power & physical space it takes to run Google.
Here is a great image gallery of Google's Data Centers:
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[Warning that page is NSFW and NSFK but so true]
This is a motherf*cking website.
I don't think I can even comment on this...
Yahoo! is hoping to get about $4 million for a chunk of domains they've dropped on domain market SEDO.
I know I would be happy to have a threadwatch button on my site. Not sure about how hard it would be to develop this but it should be something you guys consider in the future.
Barry Schwartz posted an interesting article not long ago about a Webmaster World poster that claimed he considered killing
According to a story in Wired, "On an average day, Google accounts for about 25 percent of all consumer internet
We've lost one of the most respected members of our community. Ted Ulle (Tedster), passed away late last week.
No reasonable useage cases were presented in objection to the removal and as such <hgroup> will be removed from the html5 specification.
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