I found this infographic today while doing some research for a client. Though it is a bit wordier than the average infographic, it depicts the complexity of what Google does with content you add to the Web.
Google’s algorithm for indexing and ranking your website content changes 500-600 times per year according to this Moz.com post.
I recently had need of a quick scanning app so I could send my brother-in-law his college notes. He had left his notebook home over the weekend, and needed his notes in it to study for a test. My father-in-law asked me to scan them with our flatbed scanner, but a geekier method was top of mind.
Why boot up the dusty ol’ desktop when I have a zippy Android phone right here?
I have run with a Road ID for 1000’s of miles. You never know what might happen out there. Bears, cars, wolves, cars…
So true, Eric. So true.
For those who don’t know what a Road ID is, here ya go.
If you are a runner, cyclist, triathlete or just an active person, Road ID is for you. In the event of an accident, if you can’t speak for yourself, your Road ID will. It’s not just a piece of gear – it’s peace of mind.
I recently caught the running bug and thought this was a good addition to my fitness arsenal. And because I’m a geek. Love just about any opportunity to utilize the world wide web in interesting ways. And one that could help my physical well-being in an emergency seemed like a good idea.
I opted for the Wrist ID Elite Interactive. The Interactive versions allow you to create an online profile that first responders can access by entering a serial and pin number that is engraved on the back.
If you want to get in on the Road ID action, click the banner below for more info!