By Adam on March 3, 2009
Ever since moving this blog over to dofollow, I’ve noticed an increase in questionable comments. What I mean by that is comments that seem relevant to the post content but are spammy because of jamming keywords into the username field or the actual site linked is spammy. It’s these borderline comments that I’d like to […]
By Adam on November 13, 2008
So we discussed DoFollow earlier this week on The 42nd Estate’s blog (you are subscribed, aren’t you?) but just to spread the word a bit further, let’s check out what we learned. First up, DoFollow means links on a site get crawled by Google, thus giving the linkee a bit of a boost. Second, many […]
By Adam on March 23, 2008
Picture says it all. How does Gmail classify a Google Alerts e-mail as a spam message?
By Adam on March 14, 2008
Google Sky is easily one of the coolest things I’ve seen on the internet. For years, I’ve been fascinated with the stars in the night sky and now there’s a zoomable map of them at my fingertips. Google Sky is wicked cool. Check out this green space laser beam I found: