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  1. Hypertext Visionary Jorge Luis Borges Celebrated with Google Logo

    What is the web if not an always expanding invisible labyrinth that folds back on itself or an infinite maze or book, showing an “incomplete yet false” picture, as Borges wrote. Before there was the World Wide Web, the Internet, hypertext markup...

  2. Usability and SEO

    If your Web site isn't accessible through Safari on a Mac, you're missing an opportunity and creating a bad user experience for someone. A website can be coded to be accessible to blind people by complying with the Web Content Accessibility...

  3. New Search Patent Applications: June 5, 2006 - Taking Care of Web Decay, Dead Links, and Parked Domains

    Yahoo provides an XML based bid management tool, and a way to maintain a persistent link to dynamic information between a browser and specific web pages. The system comprises: a web application server for serving a web page that includes...

  4. End Of Size Wars? Google Says Most Comprehensive But Drops Home Page Count

    Today, Google is dropping from its home page the famous count of pages in its index while simultaneously claiming it has the most comprehensive collection of web documents available to searchers. Way, way back one century ago Not long after the web...

  5. Yahoo Search Subscriptions Brings Premium Content Into Web Search

    These databases have content typically "invisible" to web crawlers. As I've noted before, to some degree anything not on the first page of results is the invisible or deep web for many people, given they won't go past the first page!

  6. Managing the Firehose of Real-Time Information

    Instead, Wyman says that PubSub is looking at ways to surface invisible web content via PubSub subscriptions. In essence, PubSub combines the real-time benefits of feed aggregation with the retrospective query capabilities offered by web and blog...