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ReadWrite: Google+ Is Poised For A Big Breakup.

I wondered for how long it would continue to limp along.

03/02/15 • 11:59 AM • GoogleInternetSocial Media • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Snapmail: Self-destructing emails for Gmail.

Of note.

02/25/15 • 03:30 PM • GoogleInternetSecurity • (1) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

c|net: Google’s Blogger to put sexually explicit content behind privacy wall.

Remembering the early days when amateur First Amendment advocates would have had a cow over this. Crickets.

02/24/15 • 02:21 PM • GoogleHuman RightsSecurityWeblogs • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

ArtDaily: 2 masterpieces from Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden available in gigapixel resolution.

Article here, gigapixel here. I adore those two bored cherubs at the bottom of the frame ...

02/22/15 • 08:55 PM • ArtsGoogleInternetTravel • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Imgur: Updated Google Maps Middle Earth.

HAH.

02/02/15 • 10:03 AM • ArtsBooksEntertainmentGoogleInternetSoftware • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Google LatLong: Google Earth Pro is now free.

Used to be $399.

01/31/15 • 02:49 PM • GeneralGoogleScience • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Bruce Clay’s 2015 Predictions for the SEO Industry.

BC’s always ridden the top of the SEO industry. You know I don’t like SEO in general, but he makes good predictions.

01/20/15 • 08:16 PM • GoogleInternet • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Yanado - Task management inside Gmail.

Never heard of it. Thought some might be interested.

01/14/15 • 01:07 PM • GoogleInternetSoftware • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Dither and Bicker: RIP Google Analytics, Casualty of Spam.

Spammers have figured out that its pretty easy to spoof Google Analytics traffic. When Google Analytics logs traffic on your site it uses a simple key. Since all tracking is handled through JavaScript on the client side, there’s no real checks to ensure that your key is run off your site. They can make requests directly to Google from their domains using your unique key and their bogus traffic shows up in your reports.” Of interest.

01/11/15 • 12:31 PM • GoogleInternet • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

naked cap: Google Further Crapifies Search, Exploiting Both Users and Advertisers.

I never use Google to shop. I look for products directly, after doing extensive research. Once that happens, I go direct to my favorite outlets to compare prices. I never click on affiliate links on review sites, or on Google itself. So Google is designing away from me, I guess. I still get best results to my arcane queries via Google. Make the interface too cluttered, I’ll take off.

12/29/14 • 11:34 AM • GoogleInternet • (3) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Reuters: Germany’s top publisher bows to Google in news licensing row.

Interesting. I assume the publisher makes money from ad-clicks? There’s no connection made here between visitors from Google and actual revenue.  I’d rather see *that* impact.

11/06/14 • 10:27 AM • GoogleInternetNews • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Re/Code: Inbox Comes Close to Mastering Email.

I finally got access to Inbox a while ago. It seems very nice, but it does adopt a different philosophy than standard Gmail. If you have an intricate construction of labels, beware. It will hide important unread emails until you figure out ‘bundles’. If I chucked all my labels, it might workflow better. That’s a big consideration at this point, and won’t be taken lightly.

11/05/14 • 12:17 PM • GoogleInternet • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

BusinessInsider: The Guardian’s Dark Social Traffic Problem.

Important read; bookmark it for future reference.  Via rc3.org.

11/05/14 • 11:13 AM • GoogleInternetProgrammingSecurityWeblogs • (2) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

The Verge: Google VP’s 135,908-foot leap breaks world record for highest free-fall parachute jump.

The accomplishment came seemingly out of nowhere with no fanfare or media buzz whatsoever; The New York Times’ science Twitter account first reported Eustace’s incredible feat.” A quiet one-up; I like it.

10/24/14 • 02:11 PM • GeneralGooglePhysical FitnessSanta Fe LocalScience • (2) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Burce Clay: How To Use Social Meta Tags to Optimize Social Sharing.

Of interest.

10/15/14 • 01:57 PM • GoogleInternetProgrammingSocial Media • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Oh, Google, now you’ve really gotten me angry.

I was trying to attach images to an email, and MailPlane borked the attachments. Now Google’s “locked down” my account for “suspicious activity”. For anywhere between one hour to 24 hours! What about an error message instead, huh?  This is a royal pain the arse, for a rudimentary error on my software’s part.

Moving to the top of my IT list, “get the hell off Gmail.”

Later: And, of course, their servers are still taking my POP3 emails off my other accounts and erasing them (as I had set on my now unreachable GMail prefs). Which means I have to reconfigure my email at the server.

Even later: What is really, really annoying is that the attachments were simply uploading into a draft - I hadn’t pressed send. Penalized for just *composing* a too-large email.

10/08/14 • 03:58 PM • GoogleInternetPersonal • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Moz/Blog: Panda 4.1 - The Devil Is in the Aggregate.

A good read, even if SEO gives you hives.

10/07/14 • 10:25 AM • DesignGoogleInternetProgramming • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

SERoundtable: Google Says Rich Snippets Generally Not For Your Home Page.

No, review rich snippets should only be used in cases where ‘the main topic of the page needs to be about a specific product or service.’

09/24/14 • 04:36 PM • GoogleInternetProgramming • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

NewsMax: Google Wants to Fly Drones Over New Mexico.

Google is planning to begin testing drones in a virtually uninhabited area of New Mexico in pursuit of providing internet connectivity to remote areas or monitoring environmental damage.

09/17/14 • 10:40 AM • GoogleInternetSanta Fe LocalScience • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

DailyDot: 5 million Gmail passwords leaked to Russian Bitcoin forum.

Good reason to be using two-factor authentication.

09/10/14 • 10:43 AM • GoogleSecurity • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

DP Review: Pics.io, a browser-based Raw editor built on Google Drive, goes live with public beta.

Instead of storing your images on its own servers, Pics.io connects to your Google Drive account. Not only does this provide you with an extremely reliable cloud connection, but it also means that you won’t lose your photos if you stop using the Pics.io service, or they ever shut down.

08/22/14 • 11:21 AM • GooglePhotographySoftware • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

Hello, Fastmail. Goodbye (soon), Google.

I’ve been using Gmail for email aggregation for quite a while now.  In the last year or so, email checking has become so slow and unpredictable, such a barrier to accomplishing timely work, that I’ve invested in new accounts at Fastmail.fm. Simple yet deep feature set, easy interface, larger attachment sizes ... and actually fast.

08/15/14 • 12:15 PM • GoogleInternetMobilePersonalSoftware • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

SERoundtable: Google - Low Quality Guest Blogging Considered Content Spam.

Oy vey. No doubt I’m going to be fighting their definition of ‘scraped content’. So, do I drop using article titles and pullquotes?

Google as arbiter of ‘good blog posts.’  What’s the world coming to?

08/14/14 • 11:25 AM • GoogleHuman RightsInternetWeblogs • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

CNBC: Has Google lost control of its anti-spam algorithm?

Not the best source. Still, some more interesting info to be gleaned within. Double-check before counting on it. Really horrible modal dialog to begin.

08/07/14 • 12:50 PM • GoogleInternetWeblogs • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks

SERoundtable: Google Gives Full HTTPS/SSL Secure Web Sites A Ranking Boost.

Hmmm. I don’t see any huge need here on DM!, do you?

08/07/14 • 11:44 AM • GoogleInternetSecurity • (0) Comments • (0) Trackbacks
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