Google is becoming more social on several levels but doesn’t have a central hub where those social interactions can all be seen at once. That may change in the future, and a new patent application from Google shows an example interface that such a system might use. I couldn’t help but be reminded of Twitter … Read more A Hint of What Google’s Social Network Might Look Like?
The Washington Nationals no longer set off fireworks after someone hits a homerun at one of their games or when the team wins, and I think it’s great. Instead you hear three blasts from a submarine horn. The team is creating its own unique identity. Nationals Park is located next to the Navy Yard in … Read more Turning Fireworks into Submarine Horns
How credible is your website? How likely are people to believe what they find on your pages, or contact you to learn more about what you offer, or conduct a transaction on your site? Would you consider your site to contain high-quality content? How do you measure the quality of the content on your pages? … Read more Just What is Web Site Quality?
This past October, an Official Google Blog post, What weâ€™re driving at, introduced Google’s efforts to bring self-driving cars to the world. The post told us: So we have developed technology for cars that can drive themselves. Our automated cars, manned by trained operators, just drove from our Mountain View campus to our Santa Monica … Read more Google Self Driving Cars Get Jumpstart from IBM Patents
Does User Behavior Data Influence Search Rankings? In a blog post at the Official Google Webmaster Central Blog on Monday, High-quality sites algorithm goes global, incorporates user feedback, Google Fellow Amit Singhal announced some changes to the way that Google ranks web pages, including the spreading of the Panda update to all English language Google … Read more User Behavior Data Google May Use to Influence Search Rankings