As mentioned in a previous post, Google has reignited the link removal hysteria by going after guest blog posts. People who have written guests posts on other sites over the years are now rushing to have their links removed just in case Google doesn’t like them, and decides to penalize their sites. Who can blame them when Google is in fact penalizing sites for guest posts?
BLOCKBUSTER: THIS IS ACCURATE AND NOW 100 PERCENT CONFIRMED: HIJACKED IBM ENGINEER SUCCESSFULLY DIALED OUT OF DIEGO GARCIA
RUSH UPDATE: The story below is NOW CONFIRMED 100 PERCENT TRUE.
The man claimed to be blindfolded when he sent the message. When the American military blindfolds someone, it is accomplished by putting a bag over the head that is locked so you can’t get it off. This left the engineers hands free. This would have made it possible for him to pull his Iphone 5 (a fact confirmed by the Exif data) out of his butt as stated, and use the voice command ability of the Iphone to just talk to it to log in and post the message.
- Gunny G: COCKED AND LOCKED!
- GUNNY G: BB ORWELL 1984+
- GUNNY G: P!SSED YET, PILGRIM?
- GUNNY G: NOTHING BY ACCIDENT…
- GUNNY G: IF THE TRUTH BE KNOWN…
- GUNNY G: THE PEOPLE WHO CAST THE VOTES…
- GUNNY G: BLOGGING BAD!
- GUNNY G BLOGS, ETC.
Hard Times and Headaches… “Did the recent recession make people feel physically ill? A study of Google queries suggests it did. “
Hard Times and Headaches
The New York Times ^ | January 8, 2014 | Nicholas Bakalar
Posted on Thursday, January 09, 2014 9:35:55 AM by Biggirl
Researchers counted queries for health terms — abdominal pain, headaches, shoulder pain, migraine and hundreds of others. Then they tracked how the numbers of searches for those terms changed during the recession — December 2008 through December 2011 — from levels before the recession began. The study was published in the February issue of The American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
Everyone has experienced that sinking feeling after sending an email to the wrong person, clicking on ‘reply all’, or bashing out a message in the heat of the moment that you wish you could take back.
But now there is a tool hidden away among other Gmail settings that allows users to unsend emails.
However, there is only a 30-second window of opportunity for hasty senders to realise their email mistake as after that time the message cannot be unsent.
Are you ready for a future in which unmanned drones come from the sky to deliver you products you ordered less than a half hour ago?
I hope so, because that future is very close. At least Amazon hopes it is.
Do you like the idea of drones delivering products to your home? Share your thoughts in the comments.
The service is called Amazon Prime Air, and the company pretty much has it ready to go, pending FAA regulations. As long as April Fool’s Day didn’t come four months early, Amazon appears to be serious. The company has been working on it in its R&D lab. Here’s the test flight footage that shows what we’re looking at.
Amazon Prime Air
Problems with U.S. are not in our heads News-Press Now
Judge Andrew Napolitano said a government official who was elected may utter untruthful statements.
That is not illegal for him to do so. But if a nonelected …
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Recently, an apocalyptic federal prophesy was divined by Janet Napolitano,
Director of Homeland Security, declaring that:
“a massive cyber attack and a natural disaster, the likes of which have
never been seen before, are coming.” [ABC-News]
Obama \”im really good at killing people\”
Yahoo ^ | November 3 2013 | Michael KellyPosted on Sunday, November 03, 2013 6:12:55 AM by GlockThe VoteJ
Today\’s Toons 10/25/13
The Briefing Room ^ | 10/25/13 | pookie18
Posted on Friday, October 25, 2013 6:55:17 AM by pookie18
Click on link.
GyG: Elephant paints a Self-Portrait …………
GyG: TODAY’s TOONS
Tattooed American Women
Posted on Sunday, October 06, 2013 5:49:36 AM by AlexW
What shocks and amazes me is that most all of the women on all of the programs are slathered with Tattoos.
Is this a new phenomena in America? Have women degraded themselves to such an extent?
Some may think it cool. I think it is disgusting.
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When Google Brainstorms, Online World Shudders (“Supercookie” tracks you 24/7)
Posted on Friday, September 27, 2013 7:26:23 AM by Red in Blue PA
If the notion of an anonymous identifier strikes you as a contradiction in terms, you aren’t alone.”It’s a persistent identifier, a super cookie,” says Jeff Chester, head of the Center for Digital Democracy. “Google will gain more information about users wherever they are, across platforms and with one number. This will be the new way they identify you 24/7.”
OBAMA: FALSE HOPE, FALSE MESSIAH
Posted on Saturday, September 21, 2013 11:36:34 AM by dvan
Ask a cop: Trolling should be illegal… ” I am speaking about the spineless bottom feeders who sit at their computer all day bullying other people with inflammatory comments and remarks. A troll’s sole purpose in life is to comment about an article, statement, question in a forum or other Internet venue so that comment will upset the target person or persons to the point where they are yelling at their computer and punching the monitor. The upset person will even go so far as to Google search the user name “wizardslayer7” to see if somehow there is an address associated with it.”
Ask a cop: Trolling should be illegal
Posted on Saturday, September 21, 2013 1:44:55 AM by 2ndDivisionVet
SALT LAKE CITY — First off, I am not talking about those silly wild haired dolls with jewels in their belly buttons. I am also not speaking about the ones that live under bridges and eat small children. I am speaking about the spineless bottom feeders who sit at their computer all day bullying other people with inflammatory comments and remarks.
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We’ll be uploading our entire MINDS to computers by 2045….
dailymail.co.uk ^ | 9/18/13 | By VICTORIA WOOLLASTON
Posted on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 8:15:51 PM by GrandJediMasterYoda
We’ll be uploading our entire MINDS to computers by 2045 and our bodies will be replaced by machines within 90 years, Google expert claims
Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, believes we will be able to upload our entire brains to computers within the next 32 years – an event known as singularity Our ‘fragile’ human body parts will be replaced by machines by the turn of the century And if these predictions comes true, it could make humans immortal
Did Any of You Bloggers Ever Wonder Why You Were Getting So Many Hits From Google HQ…?… (GyG: AS ALWAYS, SEE READER RESPONSES !!!!!
Reaganite Republican ^ | 13 September 2013 | Reaganite Republican
Posted on Friday, September 13, 2013 8:37:12 AM by Reaganite Republican
Why all the monitoring when you’re a good boy/girl,
By Chris Crum · 9 hour
We may have reached the end of an era. We haven’t seen anything official, but Google hasn’t been updating Toolbar PageRank, and hasn’t said that it is not killing it. In fact, earlier this year, the company hinted that a time could come that they would kill it. Now, there’s nothing but virtual tumbleweeds in PageRank land.
Do you think Google should kill Toolbar PageRank or does this still provide value? Share your opinion in the comments.
Google has not updated its Toolbar PageRank since early February, and that was the only time they’ve done so all year. It’s unlike Google to go so long without updating it, which is leading some to wonder if Google is no longer going to provide this information.
Gunny G: ANYONE EXPERIENCING PROBLEMS W/BCC EMAIL SUSPENSIONS, ETC ???
(BLIND CARBON COPY) To a Listing !!!
Coincidence Or Kill Switch? Google, Nasdaq, Amazon, Microsoft, All In Two Weeks? (Video) | New World Order
(Before It’s News)
By Susan Duclos
On Thursday the Nasdaq Market suffered what they claimed was a glitch in their system which caused them to halt all trading for approximately three hours, which locked up trading in stocks with a total market capitalization of $5.7 trillion.
Taken alone, this so-called glitch, while concerning, would be nothing more than a newsflash, it happened, it ended, situation over, but over the last two weeks there have been other “glitches” and “outages” and “technical errors.”
One doesn’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to think that it is all a little too coincidental.
GUNNY.G: INFO REQUEST !!!!! ~ Hey Out There! Anyone Else w/GMail Having Trouble With BCC Sends ?????
Ever since GMail‘s last “we’re make things even better” go-around, all my BCC posts end up going as To:
Of course, GMail claims there’s nothing wrong…
Demographic Death of the GOP
And the role of libertarians. Too bad about Pat Buchanan’s solutions.
License To Steal
Eric Peters on manipulating speed limits for maximum revenue.
Edward Snowden Is the Educational Wave of the Future
He rejected the regime’s indoctrination system, says Anya Kamenetz.
DIY Heart Therapy?
Linus Pauling developed this simple, effective Vitamin C and Lysine protocol long ago. Article by Paul Fassa.
How the US Captures Political Enemies
Like whistleblowers. Article by P.T. Freeman.
Alternative Search Engines-Stop using google, yahoo, bing etc… “Freeper geeks submit your suggestions…”
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U.S. Prism spying program rattles EU lawmakers… “The news has forced European governments to explain whether they let Washington spy on their citizens or benefited from snooping that would be illegal at home.”
Posted on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 9:07:14 AM by Oldeconomybuyer
European lawmakers threatened on Tuesday to unpick data-sharing agreements with the United States, reacting furiously to reports that U.S. authorities have accessed emails and other personal data from leading Internet companies.
The news has forced European governments to explain whether they let Washington spy on their citizens or benefited from snooping that would be illegal at home.
Posted on Saturday, June 08, 2013 8:52:00 PM by eagleye85
CNN) — I’m going to start with three data points. One: Some of the Chinese military hackers who were implicated in a broad set of attacks against the U.S. government and corporations were identified because they accessed Facebook from the same network infrastructure they used to carry out their attacks.
Two: Hector Monsegur, one of the leaders of the LulzSac hacker movement, was identified and arrested last year by the FBI. Although he practiced good computer security and used an anonymous relay service to protect his identity, he slipped up.
THE TRUTH ABOUT NSA SPYING: They Still Have Your Internet Data And Tech Giants Know It
Posted on Friday, June 07, 2013 9:24:53 AM by blam
THE TRUTH ABOUT NSA SPYING: They Still Have Your Internet Data And Tech Giants Know It
Jun. 7, 2013, 9:00 AM
The Washington Post has backtracked on its claim that nine major tech firms ‘participate knowingly’ in the National Security Agency’s domestic surveillance program, Jon Russell of The Next Web reports.
But that doesn’t mean that the dragnet snooping didn’t happen, or that the tech heavyweights didn’t know about it.
CNet.com ^ | May 31,2013 | Declan McCullagh
Posted on Friday, May 31, 2013 5:21:01 PM by Biggirl
A federal judge has ruled that Google must comply with the FBI’s warrantless requests for confidential user data, despite the search company’s arguments that the secret demands are illegal.
(Excerpt) Read more at news.cnet.com …
bing.com and google.com ^ | May 27,2013 | NLZ
Posted on Monday, May 27, 2013 4:46:11 AM by NoLibZone
Search Engines Bing and Google on May 27,2013
What is it with YouTube and their new ad program?
Posted on Saturday, May 25, 2013 7:36:45 PM by RoosterRedux
I really used to like youtube.com. Watched old movies, gun videos, how-to videos, and all sorts of unusual films.
Am watching an old series on British Commandos tonite.
But the video ads now added to youtube are so incredibly disruptive that I have started to cut my usage down dramatically.
There is a mechanism…another site…that permits one to watch a youtube video without the ads (just add a “skip” after youtube in the address) but even that is getting overwhelmed with traffic.
Webmasters Hope This Google Test Doesn’t Become A Reality… “… it completely removes URLs from search results pages (apparently unless there is authorship involved). “… it completely removes URLs from search results pages (apparently unless there is authorship involved…). ‘ | WebProNews
Note: We’ve updated this article after people have had time to react to the test.
Google tests different things with its search interface all the time. Sometimes we cover the tests, and sometimes we don’t. Frankly there are just too many to keep track of. Matt Cutts has said that Google runs 20,000 search experiments a year.
This one is kind of interesting though, as it completely removes URLs from search results pages (apparently unless there is authorship involved). Tecno-Net tipped Search Engine Roundtable with a couple screen caps.
Vanity | Various
Posted on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 3:44:33 PM by TEXOKIE
Several people have become interested in a quite controversial topic called “AGENDA 21.” They have requested being on a ping list for this topic.
While I do not have time to do a thorough treatment of this subject, nor am I in any way an expert, I am willing at least for a time,to ping people as I run across articles which might pertain to this concern.
It might be good to start with an examination of just what it is or might be.
Send to KindleSome webmasters are afraid to link to their own content, for fear of Google penalizing them. This isn’t exactly new, but the point is being emphasized lately ironically by Google itself.
Has Google ever worried you about your own linking practices? Let us know in the comments.This past week, Google Google’s Matt Cutts addressed the following question in a Webmaster Help video:Suppose I have a site that covers fishing overall A & I make another fishing site that solely focuses on lure fishing B. Does linking to A from B violate guidelines?
The outlandish purchase of billions of rounds of ammunition by the federal government has created a serious shortage in the United States. In response, according to a Russian website Lenta.ru, suppliers in the United States are turning to Russia to fill the gap.
From Lenta.ru translated by Google on Friday:U.S. private companies purchased from Russian producers 900 million rounds of ammunition for rifles and pistols. This is with reference to sources in the military-industrial circles reported April 26 the newspaper “Izvestia”.
The subject of the contract with the Russian factories, steel machine-gun cartridges of 7.62 x 39 millimeters and a pistol – caliber 9×19 mm. It is reported that customers were five U.S. companies, including Intrac Arms International LLC and Wolf Perfomance Ammunition.Negotiations on the supply began in 2011 with the participation of “Rosoboronexport”.
Google report highest ever government censorship requests
Euronews ^ | 4/26/2013Posted on Friday, April 26, 2013 6:55:05 AM by markomalley
Google’s latest data shows the number of requests from governments to remove content from its services is higher than ever before.
PGA Weblog ^
Posted on Monday, April 15, 2013 11:13:13 AM by ProgressingAmerica
In “The Papers of Woodrow Wilson”, Volume 3, Wilson states the following: (page 111)
“I have modelled my work chiefly on Mr. Bagehot’s essays on the English Constitution, though I have been guided in some points of treatment by the method followed in some of the better volumes of “Macmillan‘s admirable “English Citizen Series.”
According to an undescript Google Blog page, here:
What happens to your data after you die?
Google wants to help
myfoxal ^ | April 13, 2013Posted on Sunday, April 14, 2013 7:31:40 AM by JoeProBono
In the digital age, settling your estate is not the only thing many need to think about.A new Google tool gives users the power to decide what happens to their digital assets, including email, photos and data, should they pass away.
The Inactive Account Manager allows users to enable Google to delete their data or pass the info along to a trusted loved one after a certain period of inactivity – three, six, nine or 12 months.
About Google Doodles (How to contact them with opinions/ideas)
Posted on Sunday, March 31, 2013 11:30:26 AM by smoothsailing
About Google Doodles
Doodles are the fun, surprising, and sometimes spontaneous changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists.
Who chooses what doodles will be created and how do you decide which events will receive doodles?
A group of Googlers get together regularly to brainstorm and decide which events will be celebrated with a doodle. The ideas for the doodles come from numerous sources including Googlers and Google users. The doodle selection process aims to celebrate interesting events and anniversaries that reflect Google’s personality and love for innovation.
How can Google users/the public submit ideas for doodles?
The doodle team is always excited to hear ideas from users – they can email
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Posted on Sunday, March 31, 2013 3:46:46 AM by MaryLou1
it is cesar chavez’ birthday according to google
how sickening is that
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By Salvador Rodriguez
March 29, 2013, 10:54 a.m.
With the change, users now have to compose their email in a new window that pops up on top of the inbox. Previously, users were switched to a new page to write their email.
Google has been experimenting with the pop-up feature since October and says it is faster and simpler than the previous way of writing emails on Gmail.
QUIZ: How much do you know about Google?
ATTENTION: GMAIL USERS !!!!! ~ Gmail ‘compose’ complaints: Changes to Google’s email anger thousands – Orlando News | Examiner.com
Why Republicans Sell Us Out
Freedom Outpost ^ | Mar. 21, 2013 | Publius Huldah
Posted on Thursday, March 21, 2013 8:59:07 AM by EXCH54FE
It is a cliché to speak of “spineless Republicans”-Google spineless republicans and you will see. They talk “conservative” when they campaign; but once in office, they go along with the progressive agenda. That agenda is to grow the federal government until it controls every aspect of our lives.
Why don’t they oppose the progressive agenda? 1
Rush Limbaugh says they don’t oppose it because they want to be invited to the right parties and praised in the liberal media.
Google Wants to Replace All Your Passwords with a Ring
MIT Technology Review ^ | March 12, 2013 | By Tom Simonite
Posted on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 4:24:54 PM by Red Badger
As part of research into doing away with typed passwords, Google has built rings that not only adorn a finger but also can be used to log in to a computer or online account.
FoxNews.com ^ | March 6, 2013 | FoxNews.com
Posted on Saturday, March 09, 2013 6:38:57 AM by Timber Rattler
The FBI used National Security Letters — a form of surveillance that privacy watchdogs call “frightening and invasive” — to surreptitiously seek information on Google users, the web giant has just revealed.
Google’s disclosure is “an unprecedented win for transparency,” privacy experts said Wednesday. But it’s just one small step forward.
13,753 Gov’t Requests for Google E-Mail Data in 2012, Most Without a Warrant
Posted on Friday, February 22, 2013 4:05:01 PM by Olog-hai
American government agencies—state, local, and federal—made a record 13,753 requests to read emails or gather other information sent through Google’s Gmail and other services in 2012, more than half without warrants, according to statistics released by Google.
The total number of users about whom government agencies wanted information also set a record at 31,072, up from 23,300 in 2011, the first year Google began reporting the data. The discrepancy comes because government agencies request information on multiple users or accounts at the same time. …