Australia’s Internet & Cultural Boom

As it stands, the internet offers considerable opportunity for Australia in terms of economics and cultural opportunities. The media sector is a catalyst for growth via the internet and it is improving the available choices to consumers and allowing new …

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Dealing with Pagination Issues

If you have a site that manages a great amount of content, mostly ecommerce sites or news, pagination issues will come around. That leads to duplicate content issues and what not, similar pages broken up, or large pieces of content …

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Google Search Quality: 50 Changes in March

Google’s search quality department announced 50 important changes which took place in March this year.

Here’s the summary:
  1. Symbols: Inclusion in autocomplete.
  2. Symbols: Improved indexing.
  3. News Results: Scoring system for news groups improved.
  4. Sitelinks: Fresher and faster updates.
  5. Autocomplete: Now

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YouTube Offline

Buy the entire contents of YouTube on 567,711 discs for only $2,892,179.

If the main URL doesn’t work for you, try the cached page (it works well).

Shipping Options:

  • Stick with DVDs
  • Videocassette
  • Laser Disc
  • Betamax Tape

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Google Maps Quest in 8-bit NES Mode

A fully functional 8-bit NES style Google Maps as a very elaborate April’s Fools Joke from Google this year.

This is what it looks like:

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To enable it hover over the map options and select QUEST:

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Here’s the promo video:…

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Deep in Spam! Or Are We?

Search engine spam was created by people looking to gain the upper hand in the SEO race and lazy marketers that want everything on auto pilot. It exists to trick search engines into thinking that a website should have a …

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