They look like the bastard offspring of a crossword puzzle and a crop circle. QR codes, also known as “quick response” or “quick read” codes, are often seen lingering on the corner of magazine ads, clothing tags or band fliers … Read on.
Deal-of-the-day website Groupon might have passed on Google?s multi-billion dollar acquisition offer but it hasn?t forgone using the online search engine and advertising empire?s document hosting services for a memorandum entitled the ?Public Groupon Voice Guide,? which details, with embarrassing … Read on.
Last month, the big brains of the “computational knowledge” world gathered in central London to explore how “advances in computational technology are unlocking knowledge assets and shaping the future.” The event, dryly named the London Computational Knowledge Summit, was underwritten … Read on.
In no way do I purport to understand the alchemy of search engine optimization ? that arcane conflux of meta tags, algorithmic jockeying and ritual sacrifice to Google that produces page rankings and spankings in equal measure. Well, who knows … Read on.
The Internet is all-atwitter about Google’s upgrade of various services, including Gmail, from “beta” mode. What has tech pundits tweeting, blogging and otherwise filing digital observations is that Google took five years to do so. I, of course, take exception … Read on.