They say the demise of Google as a search engine is imminent due to the way they constantly rewrite their search algorithm, making it harder and harder for content-producers to establish keyword relevance.
I can’t speak to that, not being one of ‘they’ but some days I have to wonder. … [continued]
People, people, people. More Google keywords. … [continued]
When I went to post my latest Webstream post at Google+ today I was greeted by a large notice saying that I am in violation of their Names Policy. … [continued]
I like to answer the questions that people have because sometimes it’s easier than making stuff up. But some Google keyword searches probably confuse Google too. So, here’s some of those. … [continued]
In the continuing saga of (mostly Google) keyword searches, these are expanded answers. I know I’ve written something about the subjects because that’s what’s bringing people to my site from the search engines, but I can also tell from the queries I haven’t said enough. So, here I am saying more. … [continued]
While my friends are hawking my business card around town and I’m short on sleep and creative inspiration, it’s easier to answer ready-made questions. So, here’s some more illumination from Google keywords. … [continued]
These are a few of the Google keywords leading to JLog in the last 3 days. Fairly typical going back months or years. And my answers, in case that would be useful. … [continued]
In the year 2011 A.G., let it be known there really is life after Google. I have very happily left Google Reader and returned to my roots – Sage RSS Reader for Firefox. This is blog-reading in high style. … [continued]
This describes how to read and write GPS using GPS devices, Google Maps and Bing Maps. If you simply need a fast way to add GPS to your digital images, get GeoSetter. It has Google Maps embedded, IPTC editing run by ExifTool in the background, and it’s free.
The other day a friend phoned and we got sidetracked into talking about Internet privacy. Or, rather, lack thereof. I hadn’t thought about it too much except that, by instinct, I don’t like social networking sites. … [continued]