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  • 5 Reasons Not to Freak Over Panda

    Internet marketers complain about how Google’s Panda ruined their rankings. They act as if Panda was more like a Grizzly; devouring their sites with an insatiable hunger. But Panda was created for one purpose and that was not to do away with your site’s rankings. Panda was produced by Google to help seekers find what […]

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  • New Online Source for Luxury Pet Travel

    People and their pets seem to be attached at the hip these days. Part companion, part fashion accessory, Fido seems to spend as much time out and about with his owner as he does curled up on the edge of the bed. I guess it’s good news for both parties that there’s a new website […]

  • Infographics
  • Planet Text [Infographic]

    3 out of 5 humans on earth partake in texting – that’s fives times the number of people on Facebook, and equal to the population of the entire world in 1975. It’s not news to any of us that texting is a popular trend, but putting it into perspective like that definitely solidifies just how […]

  • Google
  • Google Maps Goes Inside

    People were amazed a few years back when Google began to offer innovative mapping options like actually viewing the landscape (via satellite photos) rather than just a drawn or rendered map

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  • Osama Bin Laden: The Social Media Response

    While bands of merry-makers took to the streets to celebrate in New York, Washington D.C., and cities across America (even breaking into rousing versions of “God Bless America” and other national songs), the response to the news that Osama bin Laden had been killed

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  • Digg Overhaul Aims to Reclaim Users

    You may recall the major debacle of last year wherein popular news site Digg enacted an overhaul of their interface only to see disgruntled users jumping ship in a mass protest of the changes. Apparently, the original idea was to make the site more user-friendly (and probably compete with similar services