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961: new post   Behind the Scenes at Google IT Department
"... the GFS ensures that for every file, at least three copies are stored on different computers in a given server cluster. That means if a computer program tries to read a file from one of those computers, and it fails to respond within a few milliseconds, at least two others will be able to fulfill the request."
July 11, 2006
962: new post   Using Googles Rare Binary Search To Easily Find Malware
Using Google binary search to dig up Malware is pretty easy: "Security experts have found thousands of worms, trojans and malicious files all over the internet, by using the Google search engine. "
July 10, 2006
963: new post   Google Pack Goes International
"Google pack is now also available for Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, and the U.K."
July 6, 2006
964: new post   Google DataCentre List
"I don't think I have ever seen a complete list of all the datacentres that Google has online."
July 6, 2006
965: new post   How often is Google's Page Rank updated?
"After how many months/days the google page rank of a webpage is updated."
July 5, 2006
966: new post   Anything That Can Be Done About Thousands of Stolen Articles?
So Google prefers to develop an algorithmic approach to spam control, rather than making one off hand removals. Are there any steps you can take besides the Spam Report?
July 5, 2006
967: new post   Suit Over Low Google Rankings May Go Forward
"A federal judge in California hinted that a parenting Web site that's suing Google over a poor ranking in the search giant's massive index would be able to proceed with its lawsuit."
July 4, 2006
968: new post   "Spam is an Arms Race"
"Online search is not a "solved problem", a senior executive for net giant Google has told BBC News.
"Our position is that search is a very hard problem. We have still a lot of work to do," said Douglas Merrill, who looks after internal engineering. "
July 3, 2006
969: new post   Datacenter Watch: 2006-06-17
We continue with this months data center saga: "Matt Cutts goes on vacation. Is it any wonder some problems pop up in the index?"
June 17, 2006
970: new post   Google U.S. Government Search
"Google has launched a new U.S. Government Search to make finding government information easier."
June 15, 2006
971: new post   Google Indexing Error: Google Ignoring Robots No Cache Noindex Tag
Millions of pages are showing up in Googles Cache that are specifically marked, no cache. The risks and exposure to webmasters is quite large.
June 15, 2006
972: new post   Red Alert :Google Indexing Error: Google Ignoring Robots No Cache Noindex Tag
Millions of pages are showing up in Googles Cache that are specifically marked, no cache. The risks and exposure to webmasters is massive.
June 14, 2006
973: new post   Google testing Plus and Minus sign to expand/contract site results
"...some sites have a + sign next to the site title and if you click it a search box appears under the snippet and url of that site."
June 13, 2006
974: new post   Google Browser Sync For FireFox
"Google Browser Sync for Firefox is an extension that continuously synchronizes your browser settings; including bookmarks, history, persistent cookies, and saved passwords; across your computers."
June 8, 2006
975: new post   Bigdaddy - so what are we doing?
"I'm thinking its time to move ahead and stop waiting for Google..."
June 2, 2006
976: new post   What are today's Google Bots, and what do they do?
"What are the different types of google bot and for what purpose are these bots meant?"
June 2, 2006
977: new post   Larry Page sets out his Vision
"The answer - artificial intelligence - with search engines so powerful they would understand "everything in the world". It's the dream of Larry Page - one of Google's founders and now a multi-billionaire."
May 24, 2006
978: new post   Google Co-op - search just became 'Search 2.0'
Members take a hard look at the new Google Co-op service. Could this throw a major spanner in the works for traditional SEO?
May 24, 2006
979: new post   Sporadic Reports of Google Testing New Ad Layout
May 23, 2006
980: new post   Google, time to define "RELEVANT" or "RELATED" linking and reciprocal linking
"I'm a bit worried about the simplistic concept of "relevant" or "related" content used by MC when he talks about linking and reciprocal linking."<br>
May 22, 2006
981: new post   Google's site: Query Gives Wrong Results for Hyphenated Domains
Google's report: "We've had some issues with our "site:" operator not returning appropriate results when used with hyphenated domains... so it's quite likely that much of the falloff you've seen is thankfully illusory. We've noted similar discrepancies with site: searches using domains with a trailing slash as well."
May 21, 2006
982: new post   Google Video Easier to Use
"Until the system was changed late Tuesday, uploading a video to Google's site required a special piece of software to be installed on a computer. The Mountain View-based company has retooled its service so that step is no longer required. Google also is shortening the wait for uploaded videos to appear on its site. "
May 17, 2006
983: new post   Google Notebook Goes Live
"Login now working. Google's Notebook service, which allows web users to store and compile links to web sites, favourites, and snippets of information while browsing, went live last week..."
May 16, 2006
984: new post   English Pages Added 'Translate this page' function on Google English?
" I saw some of my listings added with 'Translate this page' link on Google. When I clicked on the page, I saw my 100% English page being translated from Spanish to English. Then I realized that my server is recognized by IP country database as a Argentina site."
May 13, 2006
985: new post   Google Retests Whats Related Search Refinement
Google brings back and old favorite we thought was dead.
May 13, 2006
986: new post   Google and Nokia to Team Up on Tablet/WiFi/Phone Device/Service
"The agreement calls for Nokia to introduce a handheld device that comes loaded with the Mountain View company's Google Talk, an instant messenger and Internet calling service."
May 13, 2006
987: new post   Google Introduces 4 Pack of New Services
" Google Co-op, Google Desktop 4, and Google Notebook and the new GoogleTrends."
May 10, 2006
988: new post   eWeek asks "Is Big Daddy Choking Google?"
Many have remarked here about the lack of press regarding what seem to be current problems at Google. Well, the news may not yet have reached CNN, but eWeek now has an article online.
May 10, 2006
989: new post   Google in the Midst of a Child Porn Lawsuit
"When we find or are made aware of any child pornography, we remove it from our products, including our search engine," Langdon said. "We also report it to the appropriate law enforcement officials and fully cooperate with the law enforcement community to combat child pornography." He added Google had a SafeSearch feature on its search engine "that works to filter out adult content."
May 5, 2006
990: new post   Google CEO admits, "We have a huge machine crisis "
I was reading the New York Times article 'Microsoft and Google Set to Wage Arms Race' and there was paragraph that quoted Eric Schmidt (Google CEO) - "We have a huge machine crisis - those machines are full".
May 3, 2006
991: new post   Webmasters Ponder: Do we have a Google Update? Care to Dance?
It is hard to say what is or isn't an update these days. However, there have been many underlying infrastructure changes (how Google produces and uses an index). There have also been many simple algo dial and knob tweaking changes. This set of cumulative progressions with the Google index has many believing it is time to call it an old fashioned dance.
May 3, 2006
992: new post   Google Searches for Microsoft Limits - on the IE7 Search Box
"The New York Times reports that Microsoft's new Internet browser includes a search box in the upper-right corner that is typically set up to send users to Microsoft's MSN search service. Google contends that this puts Microsoft in a position to unfairly grab Web traffic and advertising dollars from its competitors."
May 1, 2006
993: new post   Major Change in Google Supplemental Result Handling
"... Before today [last Friday], you could only see a modern copy of the cache. Now, you get to see either a new copy or the old copy depending on exactly what you searched for."
May 1, 2006
994: new post   Flattening Effect of Page Rank Iterations - explains the "sandbox"?
I have had my new sites rank well initially, then drop. Here is what I think is happening. The first observation about the Page Rank equation is that it can only be calculated after a statistically significant number of iterations.
Apr 28, 2006
995: new post   With Googles New Big Daddy Index, Crawling is Changing
Matt Cutts confirmed at Boston PubCon that Google with radically change the process used to spider pages. Caching will be implimented on the spider and thus reducing the requests that Googlebot will be required to make of a page.
Apr 26, 2006
996: new post   'Google Certified Domain Change' - just an idea
"Proposal: To create some kind of 'certified domain change' service. Companies who really must rebrand, or who purchase a more desirable domain name for some other reason, have some recourse with Google other than getting buried in the SERPs and taking a financial hit."
Apr 25, 2006
997: new post   The Google Calendar (BETA)
"Simplify. Organize. (And relax.) Organizing your schedule shouldn't be a burden. That's why we've created Google Calendar, our free online shareable calendar service. With Google Calendar, it's easy to keep track of all your life's important events, birthdays, reunions, little league games, doctor's appointments, all in one place."
Apr 13, 2006
998: new post   Google Algo Moving Towards Site Traffic Patterns
We have been talking about the Google Toolbar data set for years and how it could possibly make a major impact on Googles search listings. More and more people are beginning to believe that Google is - and has been as far back as the Florida Update - using toolbar generated site traffic patterns to influence search listings.
Apr 11, 2006
999: new post   Google Buys Search Algorithm Created by Israeli Student at Australian University
"Orion...relates only to the most relevant textual results. For example, if you search for information on the War of Independence, you'll receive a list of related words, like Etzel, Palmach, Ben-Gurion. The text will only appear on the results page if enough words relevant to the search and the link between them is reasonable."
Apr 9, 2006
1000: new post   Google Is Banning Sites That Use Open Directory (DMOZ) Data
"There is a new study that says Google is 'massively' banning sites that use any DMOZ data."
Apr 6, 2006
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