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Mobilegeddon A Month Later: Small Business Study Shows…. Nothing Happened

Contributor Conrad Saam shares the results of a small-scale study looking at the impact of Google’s mobile friendly update on local law firms.

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Right-To-Be-Forgotten One Year Later: 70 Percent Of Requests Refused

The most often cited reason for RTBF requests is “invasion of privacy.”

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Google’s Mobile Friendly Algorithm A Week Later: Was It Really Mobilegeddon? – Search Engine Land


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Google's Mobile Friendly Algorithm A Week Later: Was It Really Mobilegeddon?
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Google’s Mobile Friendly Algorithm A Week Later: Was It Really Mobilegeddon?

Thus far it seems that Google’s mobile friendly algorithm, commonly known as Mobilegeddon, has not been all that significant.

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One Week Later, The Pirate Bay Shows Signs Of Life


A little less than one week after its servers were raided and taken down, you can find copies of The Pirate Bay online once again.

See also: The Pirate Bay Goes Offline Following A Raid By Swedish Police

Torrent site isoHunt has put a copy of The Pirate Bay, which has long been available for anyone to download, at the URL oldpiratebay.org. The copy is being run by the isoHunt team while the Pirate Bay crew takes an extended hiatus.

According to Mr 10100100000, a self-identified member of the Pirate Bay staff who spoke to TorrentFreak over an encrypted channel, the staff is lying low for now.

“Will we reboot? We don’t know yet. But if and when we do, it’ll be with a bang,” he said.

Although The Pirate Bay was down all week, piracy levels have not been affected. Other torrent sites began to report huge traffic spikes in the wake of the seizure. Furthermore, dozens of other copies of the Pirate Bay are online, not all of them safe to use.

Excepting one founder who thinks it’s time for The Pirate Bay to die, it doesn’t look like the original Pirate Bay staff seems to mind.

See also: Pirate Bay Cofounder: Site ‘Has No Soul Left,’ Should Stay Offline

“We love being cloned. It would be amazing if, like in the classic movie Spartacus, everyone could stand up and say ‘I am The Pirate Bay,’” Mr 10100100000 said.

Photo by Olivier Bruchez

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18-Days Later, Google Penguin 3.0 Continues To Slowly Roll Out Worldwide

Friday night, October 17th, Google finally pushed out a refresh/update of the Penguin algorithm, we code-named Penguin 3.0. We discovered later it was a worldwide update, impacting less than one-percent of English queries and that it would roll out for the next few weeks. 18-days later, 2 weeks and…



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Nearly A Year Later, Are We Finally Going To Get A Penguin Update Refresh?

In 22 days from now, it will be the year anniversary of the release of the fifth update to Google’s Penguin algorithm, code-named Penguin 2.1. As you can imagine, waiting 11 months and 8 days can be excruciating for those who were negatively impacted by the punitive algorithm. They’ve…



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Facebook Save Lets You Bookmark For Later

Since you’re not spending enough time on Facebook, you can now save things to read or view later … on Facebook.

On Monday, the company announced the Save feature, which allows users to bookmark things like links, photos or videos to view when they actually have time to sit down and enjoy them. It’s Facebook’s answer to Pocket and Evernote—sort of.

Unlike these other services, stuff saved on Facebook can only be saved and viewed while using Facebook mobile and Web services. 


Though the feature lets you bookmark things like pictures, it’s clear this is geared more towards news and information shared on Facebook—the stuff we usually don’t have time to check out when we’re quickly scrolling through the news feed. The company has put an increased focus on putting news higher in your feed than, say, pictures of Grumpy Cat. 

Good on Facebook for calling this feature “Save” instead of “Read Later,” because, let’s be real, who has time to read it later anyway?

Lead image via Connie Ma on Flickr. Save photo via Facebook. 

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Save Facebook Posts, Read Them Later: New Feature Announced by @mattsouthern

Today, Facebook announced the addition of a new feature that will allow users to save items found while browsing Facebook for later viewing. Every day, people find all sorts of interesting items on Facebook that they don’t have time to explore right away. Now you can save items that you find on Facebook to check out later when you have more time. With this new update you will be able to save items like links, places, movies, TV and music. All items saved are private, unless you indicate that you want to share them with friends. To save individual posts, […]

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Assessing Hummingbird’s Impact On Search — 10 Months Later

On September 26, 2013, Google let slip that it had updated its overall search platform, which they referred to as “Hummingbird.” In this post, I am going to take a look back at the past year to see what impact Hummingbird may have had. One of my goals with this post is to help dispel…



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