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    Artificial Intelligence | What Now?

    Some of these images were random and bizarre, others were closer to the image attached today.

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    Net Neutrality, and Performance | Netflix Might have It

    Did you realize that Netflix has their own hardware they use at "participating ISPs" so Netflix traffic can flow through this device, hence offloading the traffic from heavy processing with the ISP infrastructure. The immediate gain, Netflix regains some control over their hardware.

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    Mercades adopting Apple Watch App

    Among those who have already contributed announcements of an app for their automobiles, BMW and Volkswagen, Mercedes is going to be joining the elite who adopt Apple Watch integration.

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    Why an EV SSL Certificate is the Way to Go

    The following is from Comodo regarding the steps to get an EV SSL Certificate.  (You know, the green name in the address bar like PayPal)

     

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    Make Facebook work for you: Reach your Target Audience

    Seriously, there does need to come a time when someone has either been stumped, baffled, or otherwise had absolutely no clue they could do something.  It happens to the best of us, but that doesn't mean someone isn't able to help you.  Want to boost posts on Facebook to very specific targeted markets, but hate how you can't change your options to anything besides interests, age, and gender?  Well, actually you can, and it's not even really all that difficult.  Here I'll explain how you can fine tune your audience.

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    Trending Designs

    I wanted to take a few minutes to discuss what is currently trending in the web development market. I want to explain a few different things going on because I feel it's important for everyone to keep up with the times. Unfortunately, the cost of not keeping up to date is simple: you get left behind. That equates to lost money!

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    Microsoft Might Have a Home Run!

    This might just be what puts a spring back into Internet Explorer - getting rid of it. Yes, I know, before everyone gets heartbroken, they only dropped the name. For a while, they were calling it Spartan, and there was a lot of rumor stating that Spartan would be the official name. Alas, Microsoft got a little "creative" and in turn called it "Microsoft Edge".

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    Mobilegeddon

    To quote the very first search result for new Google algorithm, "If your website traffic plummets suddenly Tuesday, you can blame it on Mobilegeddon."

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    The change is here

    A quick Google search for "April 21 Google algorithm change" will show some results that are a bit scary. If you're curious about what exactly the public opinion is on the matter, check out these headings:

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    Search Results / SEO

    So it was mentioned in a previous blog from April 4th that Google is going to be doing a big shake up soon. If you may remember, the biggest of those is changing how search results are displayed, which is highly dependent on your website being mobile friendly or not.

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