As many of you know, I’m a HUGE TechCrunch reader. I live in Palo Alto, what can I say. Looks like they are currently down. This is due to the new re-design that they’ve been working on for the past couple months (I know two companies that didn’t get the bid) so I knew it […]
Managing Editor John Rampton
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On Friday, October 4, 2013, Google released the fifth edition of its Penguin update. If this latest version of Google’s web spam hunting algorithm has you concerned, you’re not alone. What is Google Penguin? Penguin’s job, in the most basic sense, is to devalue manipulative links. It does this to penalize websites that use one […]
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Tumblr Even those leaked documents from the German magazine Der Spiegel, which claims that the National Security Agency dubbed Apple co-founder Steve Jobs “Big Brother” and iPhone users as “zombies,” couldn’t put a damper on the highly buzzed iPhone Event on September 10. After all the rumors and speculation, Apple unveiled its next-generation smartphone, the […]
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