Archive for ‘Web & Technology’

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.

 

Google Experiments With Share Button In Search Results

Experimental Share Buttons

Google’s Sean Liu announced today that they would be rolling out a new experiment to show a ‘Share’ link in Google search results in place of the +1 button. The new button would allow users to add a comment about a site and why they find it useful then share it either publicly or with circles and post to Google+ streams.…

 

Smart Link Building With Referrer Traffic

Referrer traffic monitoring. A great tactic for building good links which won’t harm your website.

New link and old links hitting the target

This one is real nice and easy, and everyone can do it. The chance is, your website likely already earns real natural links (if it doesn’t then you may have to look at what you’re doing wrong with your content anyway).…

 

Google Search Preview Bug

Taking a closer look at an odd bug in Google search snippet preview of an indexed Google+ post.

Every day I run a brand search query to see who is talking about us. I checked one particular mention by John Mueller which refers to a short little article/observation I posted in March.…

 

Interview with Robert J. Sawyer

Interview with a celebrity science fiction writer, Robert J. Sawyer, and his plan to beat PageRank.

ROBERT J. SAWYER

Note: This interview is a follow-up to an article titled “Work of Fiction Inspires a New Search Engine“. For those of you with less than 10 minutes to spare, here’s a quick teaser:

I am a hard S.F.

 

ACTA: you won! What’s next?

Last weeks’ 4th of July will remain remembered in the history of science and technology, and intellectual property rights and democratic actions – celebrating two big events. Higgs boson’s event at CERN was the trending topic in media internationally:  the LHC has discovered a new particle.…

 

Recent Google+ Advancements

Google’s mission to create a platform of social engagement continues unabated a year after the launch of Google+. Recently, the company made two exciting announcements for the social network: it is going on tablets and it is making life events easier and more fun to share on the web.…

 

Be a ‘Google Power Searcher’

Google has many hidden features that can enhance and focus search queries, but not all of them are known to the public at large. These are in addition to the standard and advanced search options that are displayed whenever people use Google.…

 

Google Maps for Android: Now Offline!

Have you ever lost reception while driving and discovered your Google map app could no longer give you directions? Previously, an internet connection was required to access area maps, so in places with low or no reception, you’d just have to find your own way.…

 

Work of Fiction Inspires a New Search Engine

#JAGSTER: Judiciously Arranged Global Search-Term Evaluative Ranker

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“Caitlin Decter is young, pretty, feisty, a genius at math — and blind. Still, she can surf the net with the best of them, following its complex paths clearly in her mind. When a Japanese researcher develops a new signal-processing implant that might give her sight, she jumps at the chance, flying to Tokyo for the operation. 

 

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