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  1. We Love Google, We Love Google Not: 6 SEO-Inspired Valentine's Day Quotes

    Jackson Brown, Jr. It's Valentine's week. Love the Hallmark Holiday or hate it, at the very least it's one of the top five times of year to stock up on chocolate candy. This is also a good time of year to search for quotes about love and romance...

  2. Recovering from Penalties, Penguin, and Panda

    Kathy Brown took the stage next to talk about how to recover from penalties or algorithm updates affecting a site. The session featured Stone Temple Consulting President Eric Enge (@stonetemple) along with two of his colleagues – COO John Biundo...

  3. 20:20 Vision: 20 Brands Share Insights on 20 Topics – Earned Media, Search & Social

    Patrick Brown, Principal, Marketing Analytics, Adobe Systems, Inc.no one wins. The goal of Share13 was to connect like-minded marketers and brands and hear from "them" about the future of search and the rise of earned media.

  4. Google April Fools' Pranks 2013: YouTube Closing, Google Nose, Gmail Blue & More!

    Because brown was a disaster. You know, immature and cheesy, with a quick, bright finish. At least according to Google Nose, one of the latest additions to Google's long line of new technologies that never seem to quite make it past April 2.

  5. Google Birthday Doodle Gives Power to the Poople

    In brown. By now, most Google users are accustomed to seeing Google celebrate the birthdays of famous artists, scientists, and holidays or events. Today, Google is celebrating its own birthday, as the search engine officially turns 14 years old.

  6. Alan Turing Google Doodle: Turing Machine Codebreaker Logo Honors Father of Computer Science

    Over the years millions more lived in fear of conviction,” Brown wrote. In former Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s official 2009 apology to Turing, long since deceased, Brown referred to the cultural icon as, “one of Britain's most famous victims of...

  7. Google NSA Relationship Secrecy Continues Despite Courts Efforts

    Wired reported that Judge Janice Rogers Brown, in a 3-0 opinion, sided with the government’s contention that acknowledging any records “might reveal whether the NSA investigated the threat,” or “deemed the threat a concern to the security of the U...