Google’s self-driving cars have covered over a million miles of roadway, and recently, one of them crashed into a slow-moving bus. Details about the accident can be found in Googleâ€™s bus crash is changing the conversation around self-driving cars. Oddly timed, but appropriate, Google seems to have been working on the issue that caused that … Read more Google Granted Patent on How Self-Driving Cars Might Handle Tailgaters
Back in September of 2009, I wrote a blog post that I titled Google’s 10 Oddest Patents. The first of those that I included in that list was one named Instrument for medical purposes, I included it mostly because Google was a search company, and it felt odd that Google would have a patent on … Read more Google Assigns 148 Medical Patents to Verily Life Sciences
I am on the first week of my move from Northern Virginia to Carlsbad California, and I got to witness a historical local event last night. A sign was installed along a highway that goes along the Pacific Coast and through towns as it winds through the way. It’s something of a replica of a … Read more Lighting a Sign In Carlsbad
SEO by the Sea started as an idea that found its way into my head as I was watching sails bounce up and down, through a window, on the Chesapeake Bay. I’ve been looking at some different waters over the last week, thousands of miles away. These beaches aren’t much like the Jersey shore I … Read more Which Sea For SEO by the Sea?
I’ve decided that it’s time for something of a change at SEO by the Sea, and so I am introducing Patent Free Fridays to the blog. Patent Free Fridays do not always have to happen on a Friday, but they do have to be patent-free, at least if they don’t involve a patent that is … Read more Patent Free Fridays