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Common Cold

  1. Google CEO Larry Page Suffers From Rare Voice Health Issue

    It is quite common in cases like these that a definitive cause is not found. About 14 years ago, I got a bad cold, and my voice became hoarse. Fast forward to last summer, when the same pattern repeated itself — a cold followed by a hoarse voice.

  2. Google's Vint Cerf Celebrates 30 Years of TCP/IP

    Arpanet, or the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network, was itself the world's first operational packet-switched network, and a product of the Cold War era. Cerf outlines the situation back then, and the need for a common protocol that could be...

  3. What 'Doctor Who' Can Teach Search Marketers

    There are fixed points throughout time where things must stay exactly the way they are – The Doctor, “Cold Blood” One of the common complaints about the original run of “Doctor Who” (1963-1989) was that alien planets typically all looked like the...

  4. Search, Social Media & the Offline Purchase

    It's inevitable that we'll wake up in a cold sweat every so often, facing up to the reality that some consumer behaviors can't be measured intuitively, certain audiences just can't be segmented, and the occasional performance metric actually does...

  5. Sneak previews of Online Marketing Summit 2010 and SES San Diego

    Steve Ennen, Director of Wharton Interactive Media Initiative, and Eric Bradlow, Vice-Dean and Director of Wharton Doctoral Programs, will discuss the ground breaking research they have done that dispels a lot of common myths when it comes to...

  6. Using Search to Find Missing Persons: Scratching the Surface

    Families of cold case missing persons victims often turn to private investigators in an attempt to locate their loved ones. Oftentimes their investigations go 'cold' due to the absence of any new leads," Rahn says.

  7. Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics in Landing Page Optimization

    For example, perhaps there was a holiday with common family vacations, some major breaking news affected your industry, or you made a major public relations announcement. While there's nothing wrong with statistics itself, there are many common...