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  1. Marketers Talk Hummingbird, '(Not Provided)' & More Ahead of SES Chicago 2013

    BT: As they say in Hollywood, the show must goes on, so we SEOs need to look at life beyond Keywords. This will be the first time that this many Meetup Groups of marketing professionals, brand advertisers, agencies, and business leaders from...

  2. The Social CEO: 6 Reasons Why the CEO Must Lead the Way

    With a reported 1 million+ downloads in the first few days following the event, spurred on by a stream of tweets, blog posts, coverage by the Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, TechCrunch, Chicago Tribune, New York Post, the Hollywood...

  3. Hollywood Stars Visit Googleplex to Shoot Scenes for ‘The Internship’ Movie

    Watch for creative trailers and marketing pre-release if Google are partnering with Hollywood for its launch. Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson and crew visited the Googleplex in Mountain View this week to shoot external scenes for upcoming film “The...

  4. Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon Comes to Google: Search for Any Actor’s ‘Bacon Number’

    Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon is a U.S.pop culture reference that popped up from a comment Kevin Bacon made during a 1994 interview, in which he said he's worked with nearly everyone in Hollywood. Have you ever played the game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon?

  5. Google Failing on Piracy, Claims RIAA, Hollywood Agent

    Meanwhile, one Hollywood agent doesn't understand why Google can keep child porn out of search results but not pirated movies, the Wall Street Journal reported. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is urging Google to make some...

  6. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, California For Google, April Fools' Day is the annual launch day for a slew of gag products and hoax services you’ll likely never see in real life. Google’s practical jokes began a day early in 2012, with 8-Bit Google...

  7. SOPA, PIPA On Hold, But a New Threat on Horizon

    Indeed, it will be interesting to see just who lawmakers are willing to work with and which perspectives they entertain in reworking PIPA s Julian Sanchez(former Ars Technica Washington Editor), believe the piracy problem has been artificially...

  8. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    Whether it’s called SOPA, PIPA, OPEN Act, or some other acronym, the U.S.government, driven by pressure largely out of Hollywood, is determined to put piracy safeguards in place. SOPA is proving to be more resilient than many had hoped, with Rep.