Archive for ‘Web & Technology’

The Future of Search: Interfaces

According to Vernor Vinge and Ray Kurzweil [1] we’re at the dawn of technological singularity. According to their theory, in a few decades (circa 2045) technological advancement will reach a critical mass and result in an explosion of advancements in fields of science and technology.

 

Google Pagination rel Link Element Support

In today’s of series of updates and announcements by Google – an absolute gem popped up [1]. Handling of previous and next links in paginated navigation via rel [2]. …

 

Google Reconsideration Requests Now More Transparent

Google is listening to webmasters and the proof for that is their recent commitment to more transparent reconsideration requests [1]. …

 

Bought, Owned & Earned media types

After speaking with someone recently about the different types of media that a company or organisation can make use, I thought I should put a short article together to cover this in more detail.

To clarify, this article is pertaining to forms of “online media” only and is not written with traditional “offline media” in mind.

 

Google Plus SEO, What Does it Equal?

Google+Google Plus has now been live just over a month. It has amassed over 20 million users since its time of release, even though technically it is still in its beta version and hasn’t even been properly released yet, which is saying something.…

 

Google Archive News

In their information preservation initiative, Google introduces many pages of books and news materials available for search by public. Although OCR technology has been around for decades we still don’t seem to be able to get it right. …

 

The Promise and Challenge of Digital Data

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

Article by Dan Petrovic, http://dejanseo.com.au/

Audience QuestionsA great evening with the Friends of the Library brings a fascinating discussion around the promises and challenges of digital data. Four industry experts shared their insight and knowledge around information preservation, digitisation, retrieval, storage and continuity:

  • Anna Raunik, State Library of Queensland
  • Adrian Cunningham, Queensland State Archives
  • Michael Blumenstein, Griffith University
  • Linda O’Brien, Griffith University
 

Free Traffic from Google Shopping Australia via Easy Data Feed Optimization

Australian eCommerce retailers rejoice,  Google has finally released it shopping engine to the Australian market. Google Shopping has been quite successful in the United States and United Kingdom, bringing highly targeted traffic (shoppers) directly to product pages ready to buy.  They are now displaying their shopping engine in the results found on www.google.com.au.  …

 

Giant Stars

Credits: Dan Petrovic, Brad Schwede, Jaala Webster…

 

UX Tips For E-Commerce

Measuring the UX, or user experience, of a site is essential in the world of e-commerce. The ease of use and efficiency of a site can often times prevent customers from abandoning a purchase due to confusion. Many things play a role in understanding and designing good UX, including the disciplines of science and psychology.…

 

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