Server Wars II: Attack of the Clouds


Storage has always been a static concept. Whether you are looking to put away those ancient vinyl records or decade old annual reports, storage has been viewed as a tiresome necessity dressed in a guise of unimportance. However, the growth of online storage devices is not only providing new options, but seeking to change the way we envision and use storage.…

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False Alarms: OMG, It’s a Google Penalty!

Why is it that the first thing we think of when traffic goes down is that we’ve been penalised by Google?

Scream: Penalty!

Penalties are a relatively rare thing and apply only to a very tiny fraction of the web, when a penalty strikes though, there is no doubt about it – the effects are devastating.…

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Open Linked Data, DBpedia, Serendipity, and the Future of Web – Interview with Kingsley Idehen

Being a Semantic Web, Open Linked Data, Open Source enthusiast, and at some point the contributor to the AP for the FOAF and other metadata standards, recently I had an opportunity to talk with Kingsley Idehen on his current projects,  views on the use of the Web technologies, Open Linked Data,  WebID, serendipity, and certain aspects of the Internet that influence our everyday lives.

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Why work at Google?

Hear what Research Scientist T.V. Raman has to say about working at Google

Google’s mission: Organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.

Google is an engineering company. The Google web site is powered by some amazing technology, most of it developed in-house.

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Smart Link Building With Twitter Followers

Stop! Is your link outreach targeting total strangers? Start with your Twitter followers instead, but do it the smart way.

Twitter Links

I see many SEOs and link builders reach out to people without leveraging existing relationships and connections. In a recent article I talk about scanning referral traffic to get link ideas and connect with the right people.…

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Leveraging Post-Purchase Excitement to Gain Links and Social Shares

This is a simple and effective tip for all of you who sell products online. Get free social media shares and earn natural links by leveraging post-purchase excitement.

I Bought Something Cool

Something very, very exciting happened today. I bought a Nexus 7 (16GB) tablet from Google after reading raving reviews of those who have tried it.…

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