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The paradox of search

One of the foundations of search results is the more people click on a webpage, the higher it will show up in search.

What’s interesting about this is if someone posts a page with content someone doesn’t like, the more that person clicks on it and shares it with others, the higher it will rise in Google search rankings. 163 more words

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Why do I always have to?

This morning, I got on the bus to go to work and it was about 300% humidity and easily over 75 degrees. The bus was fairly full, and I couldn’t help but wonder if anyone else was as uncomfortable as I was. 302 more words

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Come ride with us

You never know what’s going to stick in your head, but I’ve always had a weakness for the power of a good jingle.

This ad used to run when I was young and growing up in Milwaukee. 43 more words

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Acronyms

Can you imagine what it would look like if you could make an acronym out of every word you’ve ever spoken?

Think about how much time you could have saved…

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A nation of immigrants?

Immigration was never even in the top ten issues that Americans cared about until the recent influx of immigrant children pouring through the Southern border of this country. 367 more words

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Joggling? Oh, it's real, baby

I was just at a conference at which our strategist showed off his juggling prowess in between sessions. He asked if we had ever heard of joggling. 59 more words

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