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02 August 2014

01 August 2014

Google Ranking Factors: The Complete List

by 84GHz
You probably already know that Google uses about 200 ranking factors in their algorithm… But what the heck are they?

28 July 2014

18 July 2014

Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Promoting modern websites for modern devices in Google search results

by night.kame & 2 others

Fortunately, making websites that work on all modern devices is not that hard: websites can use HTML5 since it is universally supported, sometimes exclusively, by all devices.

Google n'est jamais meilleur que dans le bullshit. En même temps, c'est un peu leur cœur de métier.

Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Promoting modern websites for modern devices in Google search results

by srcmax & 2 others
Starting today in our English search results in the US, we will indicate to searchers when our algorithms detect pages that may not work on their devices. For example, Adobe Flash is not supported on iOS devices or on Android versions 4.1 and higher, and a page whose contents are mostly Flash may be noted like this

17 July 2014

16 July 2014

13 July 2014

Hidden from Google

by tyteu & 1 other
A list of search results omitted, erased, or censored due to the "Right to be forgotten"

Hidden from Google

by gregg & 1 other
A list of search results omitted, erased, or censored due to the "Right to be forgotten"

11 July 2014

NSA uses Google cookies to pinpoint targets for hacking - The Washington Post

by sbrothier (via)
The National Security Agency is secretly piggybacking on the tools that enable Internet advertisers to track consumers, using "cookies" and location data to pinpoint targets for government hacking and to bolster surveillance.

08 July 2014

Blog nouvelles technologies

by crypticcyco
Le nouveau blog dédié à l'actualité des nouvelles technologies en Suisse

04 July 2014

How A Former Google Data Guy Could Change What We Eat For Breakfast | TechCrunch

by sbrothier
Hampton Creek, the plant-based egg startup known for its product “Just Mayo,” launched in Dollar Tree this week and is expanding its operations to a 90k square-footfacility in the heart of San Francisco in the next few months. On top of that, it just lured away Google’s main data guy, Dan Zigmond. The reason? To turn the food industrial complex on its head. Zigmond has tackled complex data problems for the last eight years for both YouTube and Google maps. His new plan is to build the world’s largest plant database at Hampton Creek. This, in turn, may just change what you and I put in our mouths every morning without us even knowing it. But first…

02 July 2014

Google Is About To Take Over Your Whole Life, And You Won't Even Notice | Co.Design | business + design

by sbrothier
GOOGLE'S NEW DESIGN ETHOS, LIVING ON AND BEYOND EVERY SCREEN, COULD MAKE GOOGLE AN AMORPHOUS PROBLEM SOLVER OF UNIMAGINABLE SCALE.

01 July 2014

Use Google Spreadsheets as your CMS | Brace Data

by srcmax & 2 others
Display your spreadsheet data however you like right on your static site.

Use Google Spreadsheets as your CMS | Brace Data

by Krome & 2 others
Display your spreadsheet data however you like right on your static site.

Use Google Spreadsheets as your CMS | Brace Data

by Spone & 2 others
Display your spreadsheet data however you like right on your static site.

29 June 2014

IndexKings - The Best Rapid Indexer Online Today!

by Kingo
IndexKings is today's best Rapid Indexer. This Rapid Indexer is 100% FREE to use. Simply add the URL you want to be indexed. Get your site indexed today!

26 June 2014

23 June 2014

Web Starter Kit

by Krome & 2 others
Your starting point for building great multi-device web experiences

20 June 2014

Web Starter Kit

by srcmax & 2 others
Your starting point for building great multi-device web experiences

19 June 2014

Skybox Imaging - Skybox Imaging + Google

by sbrothier
We’re thrilled to announce that Skybox Imaging has entered into an agreement to be acquired by Google! Five years ago, we began the Skybox journey to revolutionize access to information about the changes happening across the surface of the Earth. We’ve made great strides in the pursuit of that vision. We’ve built and launched the world’s smallest high­-resolution imaging satellite, which collects beautiful and useful images and video every day. We have built an incredible team and empowered them to push the state­-of­-the-­art in imaging to new heights. The time is right to join a company who can challenge us to think even bigger and bolder, and who can support us in accelerating our ambitious vision.