So the iPhone 5 has been released and I bought the second and third ones sold in my state after a night of camping out, which was extremely fun. But all the fun and “ooh ahh” aside, the presence of iPhone 5′s on the web is to be taken into consideration, and here I offer [...]
Many have noted Google’s data processing issues they’ve been having as of late, affecting such services as AdSense, YouTube, and Analytics. What is causing these issues? Evidence suggests it’s BigTable (also known by its newer version’s name Colossus), Google’s distributed filesystem, and MapReduce, Google’s renown bulk-processing algorithm, causing these issues at the I/O level.
Say your website could use better bandwidth and upgrading your hosting connection is not a feasible option at the moment. Well dearest reader, I have just the medicine for you! With just a few simple tricks, you can economize in this situation by applying a little more transparent server-side processing to squeeze more bandwidth out [...]
Nobody would expect that the famous and late Steve Jobs, Apple’s driving force for over a decade whose direction made them the world’s most valuable company, was a key contributor to Google’s Google Plus “social networking” website, but it’s true. In addition to that, I’m going to reveal that Google+ is functioning exactly as intended [...]
The year is 1998. AOL is installed on virtually every consumer’s home PC, and past the horrible dialing sounds as it connected to the Internet via modem, AOL’s browser software and homepage were in your face. Every company promoted their AOL keyword on commercials and other advertisements. Fast forward to 2012: we’re about to enter [...]
…is by far the most annoying thing to find on the Internet when you’re in an honest search for something. This “tagline” is part of a fake “search engine portal” used by the world’s largest cybersquatter, information.com, and this article aims to outline just how they “get away” with these registrations while gaining the audience [...]
It’s on everyone’s mind every now and again, but nobody ever says it: SEO and spam both have the same goals, yet the ethics involved in the tactics of reaching said goals are what separate one from the other. This post is more of a “Dos and Don’ts” post as far as SEO is concerned. There is a point where optimization [...]