A short video about how Google Search works, including how Google’s software indexes the web, ranks sites, flags spam, and serves up results. There’s also a part about a lasagna festival.
A directory of direct links to delete your account from web services.
The Location feature that Google built-into the Android operating system and some of its applications power location-based services such as Google Maps and provide Google with information about a customer’s whereabouts. The Location feature is not turned on by default but Google apps, services, and third-party apps may prompt the user to enable it to provide more accurate information.
When we started building websites in the mid-’90s, we had great dreams for e-commerce. We fundamentally thought all brick-and-mortar stores would disappear and everything dot-com would dominate. But e-commerce has failed us miserably. Today, less than 15 percent of commerce occurs through a website or app, and only a handful of brands (think: Amazon, eBay and Netflix) have found success with e-commerce at any real scale. There are two giant structural issues that make websites not work: HTML and Google.
Our glossary was designed to help visitors to our website understand unfamiliar book-related terms. A more complete guide to Book Sizes, Book Conditions and Binding Terms can be found through the aforementioned links.
Google offers a powerful new security setting aimed its most (rightfully) paranoid users.
Gmail Tricks: The most used email services are Gmail. Almost everyone holds an account in Gmail. Email accounts have made our life easier.
Google Drive is becoming increasingly popular among freeloaders, hidden YouTube videos are everywhere, and pirates are even hiding torrents in Google Maps!