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

    The start of 2013 marks a significant milestone for the internet, as it is 30 years ago that Arpanet, precursor of the modern day internet, was switched to running on the TCP/IP protocol stack, a move that paved the way for the global internet as...

  2. World IPv6 Launch: What it Means for Content Owners & SEO

    The vast majority of IP addresses in use today conform to Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and this is the standard that has been widely used on the Internet as most of us know it. The real solution is a new addressing scheme, which has been...

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

    Many notable opponents have spoken out publicly, though there are a few the U.S.government may wish to pay particular attention to: the engineers who created the Internet, including TCP/IP co-creator Vint Cerf, Jim Gettys, editor of the HTTP/1.1...

  4. The Worldwide Web Just Went Global

    In other words, we'd have to pretty much forget hypertext transfer protocol and adopt a different method of linking computers together via a Web. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers takes responsibility for IP addresses, generic...

  5. What Can TV Learn from Search?

    Meanwhile, Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) is looming on the horizon with promise of interactivity and the long tail-like content capacity. This will come with the IP-based architecture that will let users "telescope" in to certain products to...

  6. SearchDay Week In Review

    Does changing IP [Internet Protocol” address affect ranking? Boston.Internet.com Apr 11 2003 5:08AM GMT Enterprise Search Engine Technology Strikes Gold.uk.internet.com Apr 10 2003 10:08PM GMT SiliconValley.Internet.com Apr 10 2003 11:44AM...

  7. What Search Engines See Isn't Always What You Get

    By convention, crawlers announce themselves to the web server, identifying themselves both by name and IP (Internet Protocol) address. Ironically, by taking advantage of the protocol search engines use to be "polite" when requesting pages from web...