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Technology

Google Programming Contest

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. I’ve had a chance to look at the source and the data files for the Google Programming contest. In the last several years, I’ve spent so much of my time tweaking sites for business use — better use of the database, better security, better architectural design, better use of Internet technologies, […]

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Web

Googlestak

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. One last post as a favor to my antipodean friends. (Antipodean — what a perfect word. You meet the most charming and erudite people in weblogging.) Victor wants to try to do a Googlestak — stacking the decks for a Google search by having webloggers link to a specific web site. The more links […]

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Web

Googlestak

Recovered from the Wayback Machine Victor is trying to see how we can influence Google page rankings, using weblog links. He’s calling the process Googlestak. It will be interesting to see if this effort works. Target link is Stand Out Training — Victor’s company. Because of my interest in the semantic web, I’ve always been interested in our […]

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Just Shelley

More Googlewhacking

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. More Google fun. I know that Cam thinks that Googlewhacking is nothing more than surfing Google with the Mature Content Filter set to “off”, but it’s still one of my favorite tech toys. Besides, we all know that Cam is an effete snob, anyway. (Just joking Cam! Honest! Really! Cross my heart!) […]

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Weblogging

Googlewhacker Book

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. From my Google search referrals, I’m getting people looking for a “googlewhacker book”. Well, okay, here you go: Steps: 1. First, buy a computer 2. Setup the computer 3. Turn on the computer 4. If computer doesn’t come on, call someone. Do not call me. 5. Connect to the Internet. […]