Archive for April, 2011

Most search engines were created in the days when the web was in its infancy, when pages were little more than plain text and hyperlinks. Search Engine developers made spiders that read through html in order to determine how relevant a page was to any particular search term. In 1994 this was somewhat easier than […]

Last night, I attended the first London Google site clinic at TechHub in London. Tickets were limited to the first 175 people to sign up, so when I arrived with 15 minutes to spare, the air was thick with with excitement. Californian accents floated through the air mingled with the sounds of furious keyboard tapping […]