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gTLD vs subdomains?

Matt Cutts, Google’s king of web spam prevention, and marathon running, recently responded to some gTLD assertions from Adrian Kinderis of ARI Registry Services, arguing that ownership or use of a gTLD would not bestow any special advantage in SEO:

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Do Not Track is way off track

Since about May 2012, anyone who has accessed a website owned or hosted in an EU country will very likely have seen some kind of message describing a new cookie policy and requesting user opt-in to provide permission for publisher

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gTLD

This week ICANN finally and formally made the long anticipated decision to adopt the gTLD proposal that has been percolating through their processes for around 6 years now. It feels to me that we’re on the cusp of some significant

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PGP for Gmail

Have recently found the FireGPG plugin for Firefox. Among its various nice features is the ability to integrate GPG/PGP into Gmail. What can I say, it works really well. Now there is even less excuse not to use secure email.

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