You may have noticed that the online marketing strategist in your life has been sweating a little more than usual these days. It’s not because the heat inside your building is set to unnaturally high temperatures to combat the cold. Thanks to recent changes in search engine security, online marketing has just gotten a bit more challenging.
Major search engines – including Google, Yahoo, and little brother Bing – are looking to find that sweet spot between customer privacy and satisfaction. As Christopher Soghoian, technology researcher and Principal Technologist with the American Civil Liberties Union, stated during his …read more
This summer, I took a friend on a drive through beautiful Cape Elizabeth, Maine. After devouring a lobster roll, we hopped on some large rocks and sat down, staring into the beautiful, crackling waves. I have always harbored a healthy love and fear of the deep ocean. I want to learn its secrets.
I shared this thought with my friend. “I wish I had a science-brain,” I sighed. “But I don’t.”
My friend, who is both a mathematician and science enthusiast, laughed. “I think everyone already has science-brain. We all want to discover things. Scientists are just the people who …read more
It’s another face off for Internet freedom. On one side we have the United Nation’s International Telecommunications Union (ITU) who claims that revising their global treaty would help increase Internet access to all, stop spam and increase safety. On the other side are organizations like Google and Mozilla who believe the two week conference held by the ITU to revise their International Telecommunication Regulations will jeopardize Internet freedom and legitimize censorship. As the EU digital commissioner Neelie
Google 貼牌冰箱（Google Refrigerator） (Photo credit: Aray Chen)
Kroes tweeted, “The Internet works, it doesn’t need to be regulated by ITR treaty. If …read more