How Blogs Help? People write blogs for a bigger reason than wanting to be heard for free! Blogging is basically a way of search engine optimization. For years it has been a very efficient way of attracting traffic to your web site by building back links to it. The back links ate posted on a blog and the people who visit the blog are likely to visit eh website it links to. But now, these techniques of increasing page rankings are likely to become obsolete because search engines do not seem to promote them. The question is what does it mean for the future of blog network?
Having enough thirst for rumors for today? No? There are always more rumors than the “actual product facts” about almost all iPhone editions.
Here is one iPhone 5 accumulated rumorsthat should essentially cool your thirst down.
Personally I don’t like rumors. Mainly rumors are like chewing gum of our daily life. You know what I mean? Of course you do.
I liked this rumor infographic because it has some pretty neat interesting data for the road-map.
“Geeks“, lately it has been a trending word to use in online communities and what not? Some are Geek by knowing not much of Geekery but some are the real deal from the very beginning. It is the ability of detailing things beyond common human sense.
Geeks are everywhere, whether you recognize them or not, they do make the world goes around. Let me put down some names here; Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Wozniak, Paul Allen, George Lucas, Stan Lee, Mark Coker, Marie Curie, Walt Disney. Yes this list can go on and on.
Facebook, the social networking site founded by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004, was initially a Harvard-only site, as users were required to have Harvard.edu email addresses to join. The social network later extended its boundaries to include students from other universities, and then to everyone across the globe older than over the age of 13. It currently has just under 850 million users and, due to the sites’ expansion and on-going updates to the interface, issues such as consumer trust and privacy concerns have increasingly captured the attention of the media and academic researchers.
With Nevada passing the nation’s first law sanctioning autonomous vehicles in June 2011 (Assembly Bill No. 511), and driverless cars now being tested by Google, General Motors, BMW, Audi, Volvo, Volkswagon, as well as other car makers, how close are we to seeing these vehicles in every day life?
This infographic explores how driverless cars work, the legality of driverless cars, as well as their potential impact on one of today’s most dangerous and costly auto trends: distracted driving. Distracted driving accounts for hundreds of thousands of motor vehicle accidents, injuries and deaths each year, along with hundreds of billions of dollars in damages.