Last week, a pretty interesting legal case with ramifications for search engine optimization came to light. Here are a few snippets from the press release announcing the verdict (emphasis added): Based on the jury’s verdict, Judge Margaret B. Seymour of the United States District Court for South Carolina, entered judgment [...]
“Google results without the search!” shrieks TechCrunch. I’m not clicking on this. I’ll offer you what is meant by it from elsewhere. Marissa Mayer from Google has been talking to Michael Arrington of TechCrunch about Contextual Discovery: Contextual discovery, Mayer explained, encompasses “local Search, Maps, Earth, Latitude, and all the [...]
I’m a frugal person. I used to say cheap, but I know a business owner who reuses his own dental floss – now that’s cheap and probably unsanitary. So when I see a company pay a $6 million settlement for not knowing – or caring – about the most basic [...]
You’ll be pleased to know I’ve just passed the longest period of uninterrupted home Internet access with the illustrious Comcast. More or less ever since I moved into my apartment last June I’d lose service for unconscionably long periods. Various Comcast ‘techs’ had run so many wires through the place [...]
I call my lawyer today (about B&O taxes, not for that impending insider trading lawsuit). During our small talk that I hope I won’t be billed for, he says something about Christmas would have been better if he could have found a Wii somewhere. I had heard they were sold [...]
I’m having to sneak this blog post in between Justin popping out for a meeting and the next breaking announcement relating to West Virginia, baseball or sport in general. Heaven help us should something happen over at the Pittsburgh Pirates within the next 24 hours. But let me assure you [...]
During my formative years over in the UK, I remember a bit of a fuss over a bus. I don’t want to lose anybody here, but circa 1988, Burnley & Pendle Transport bought themselves a fleet of old red London double becker buses and named them all after characters in [...]
I’ve always gunned for the underdog. There’s nothing I like more than getting hold of a Web presence of a small company and helping them compete with the bigger boys and girls. Honestly, it’s fun. Whether it’s a small sheet metal shop getting its blog archived by The British Library, [...]
Would somebody be so kind to inform me as to whether one is not only over the hill but quickly hurtling down the other side of it if the highlight of one’s weekend is purchasing a new bed? At what point in your life does this kind of thing become [...]
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