A very happy Friday to one and all! We made it!
And an even happier Friday to everyone’s favorite search engine (or mine, at least), Google, who celebrates their 15th anniversary today.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been that long, and yet for those of us who grew up with Google, it’s hard to remember the world before it. Read the rest of this entry
It was a big week day for the most visited site in all of the Internet — Google.
Today, the search engine giant began to roll out their redesigned logo. If you don’t notice any difference between the logo above, and the one that’s been gracing your web browser for the past three years, then you might want to have your depth perception checked.
The sleek “new” logo features the same iconic Google colors and shape, minus the slight shadow featured in the old logo. Read the rest of this entry
Every day, we find out more about how the government is invading our online privacy (if that’s an actual thing).
It seems like we have too options just accept that our personal info is not in fact our own private property, or completely erase your Internet presence. The first option may look like the delusional, defeatist option…but we all know it’s not actually possible to remove anything from the Internet.
This week, there’s some surprisingly good news (sort of). Read the rest of this entry
This July, a giant fell. It was a quiet fall, but impressive nonetheless.
For the first time since it claimed the lead back in May of 2011, Google did not claim the title of “most visited site.”
It’s an impressive feat. Consider how many times you use Google in a day, week or month. I’m guessing it’s a lot. There’s a reason they’ve become a verb.
So who dethroned the Internet giant? Read the rest of this entry