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Stomping The Search Engines #2
4 September 2008, greg @ 10:49 am

The StomperNet folks had some major technical challenges yesterday and pushed back their launch until today, September 4th, at 1400 EDT…or so I have been told.

The good thing is they are throwing in some more bonuses.

Click here for Stomping The Search Engines v2.

“Stomping The Search Engines v.2″ will be available today at 1500 EDT. New start time is 1630ish EDT. (StomperNet folks having trouble getting enough load balanced machines from their host) This follow-on to the seminal “Stomping The Search Engines” is the best organic SEO instruction available today. Get it while you can. Oh, and you can’t beat the price, it’s FREE (do hackers and crackers spell it phree?)

Click here for Stomping The Search Engines v2.

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If You Post Via Google's Chrome Browser They Own Your Content!
4 September 2008, greg @ 10:34 am

Update: Google has apparently re-worked the EULA for Chrome which leads one to believe the original EULA was just something hacked together by one of their legal umm…hacks?

More here…

Just came across a very, very interesting blog post that everyone using Chrome should know about. In part, Google’s Content License in Chrome states, in part,

“By submitting, posting or displaying the content you give Google a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute any Content which you submit, post or display on or through, the Services.”

Read More Here…

This will keep me from using Chrome, you?

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Matt Cutts on Chrome Browser Phoning Home
2 September 2008, greg @ 2:31 pm

Matt takes a run at how and when the Chrome Browser phones home. He makes a good point in that it is open source so it is pretty hard to hide this stuff.

Read Matt’s blog posting…

Have you installed Chrome yet? Do you like it??

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Google Chrome Is Now Available!
2 September 2008, greg @ 1:28 pm

Click HERE to download Google Chrome Beta

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A New Browser – Google Chrome
2 September 2008, greg @ 9:27 am

So finally the long rumoured Google Browser is going to show tomorrow. After reading through the details of the product, it looks like it may be very good. Of course, how much behaviour information it pushes back to homebase will be a concern. Also, Googles ability to get plug-in developers on-board may be the key to widespread adoption.

Read More…

Could this spell the demise of Firefox?

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Is MarketingVOX Confused Or Just A Slow Newsweek?
6 June 2008, greg @ 2:02 pm

MarketingVOX is pushing a news story about Google getting it’s wrist slapped by the French court, that from all accounts appears to be over three years old. In the story they cite a CNET piece entitled “Google loses trademark case in France” that dates from February 2005.

Am I missing something here?

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Virgle: The Adventure of Many Lifetimes
1 April 2008, greg @ 11:29 am

“For thousands of years, the human race has spread out across the Earth, scaling mountains and plying the oceans, planting crops and building highways, raising skyscrapers and atmospheric CO2 levels, and observing, with tremendous and unflagging enthusiasm, the Biblical injunction to be fruitful and multiply across our world’s every last nook, cranny and subdivision.”

Man these people are incredibly forward thinking. The cool thing is they always release their best products and ideas on April 1st. I have already signed up everybody in our household! You should too!!

Read more here…

Google Offers Free Wireless Broadband
4 April 2007, greg @ 11:00 am

Coming soon to a bathroom near you! More info here…

Matt Cutts Blog Hacked?
1 April 2007, greg @ 11:39 pm

I just happened to travel over to Matt Cutt’s blog and found this image. Real hacking here or just a great April Fools joke? Time will tell.

Matt Cutt's Blog Hacked?

Amazon Replaces Google with MSN Live on Alexa, A9
2 May 2006, greg @ 2:39 pm

“MSN Live is now powering Amazon’s Alexa and A9 search results instead of previous search partner Google, reports Search Engine Lowdown’s Garrett French (via MarketingVox), citing Aaron Wall at Thread Watch and others. Previously, Alexa’s search results were essentially Google results – tweaked by user data from the Alexa toolbar and post-search refinement buttons.” Read more..

Always interesting to see the market leader lose a little busine$$. We have always had a love/hate feeling toward G!.

What are your thoughts?

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