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  1. Google Gives More Prominence to First Playable Music Video Search Result

    Even though there is a DrDreVEVO account, "Let Me Ride" isn't a video uploaded to that YouTube channel; though the video for "I Need a Doctor" is, and a search for that music video doesn't trigger one of the giant YouTube thumbnails, even adding...

  2. These 10 Types of Blog Posts Save the Day When You’re Out of Ideas

    Also, be sure to hit the timely part, as writing about the Doctor Who 50th anniversary in December won’t do as well as someone who published a post prior to November 23rd. We’ve all been there, facing an impending deadline with nothing written.

  3. Google Maps 'Doctor Who' Easter Egg Lets You Explore TARDIS

    If you're a big fan of "Doctor Who", you'll love the new Google Maps Easter egg. TARDIS (which, for those unfamiliar, stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space) – you can actually “look inside” to see exactly how it appears on "Doctor Who".

  4. Yandex Co-Founder Ilya Segalovich Dies

    He got a good doctor, his strong body responded well to chemotherapy. Ilya Segalovich, cofounder, CTO and director of Yandex, passed away on Saturday, June 27 in a London hospital after being removed from life support on Saturday.

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

    So I went to a doctor and was diagnosed with left vocal cord paralysis. In seeing different specialists, I met one doctor — Dr. While he is quick to state it isn’t life threatening, it does affect his vocal cords.

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

    Doctor's Office - Latex and sterile metal Smells like April Fools' Day. 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...

  7. Flu Shots & Symptoms: The Winter 2013 Outbreak of PPC Spending

    When a sore throat rears its ugly head, body aches surface, or a sniffle starts, many rely on themselves to try to interpret whether what they have could be the all-consuming influenza virus, perhaps rather than visiting a doctor.