Daily Archives: August 15, 2008

SES San Jose – Sessions and Google Party


Greg over at Search Engine Watch (which is SES’s blog and forum), has a  tidy summary of sessions at the conference here. Although he’s tagged sessions with ‘advanced’ or novice content in my experience at conferences like SES you never … Continue reading

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SES San Jose Countdown


In terms of internet search the really big and influential conference is – without a doubt – SES San Jose. WebmasterWorld Pubcon and the new SMX Conference series by Danny Sullivan (who more than anybody was the architect of the … Continue reading

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Why are we failing?


Can you have too much concern over safety and security?    Yes, and we do in this country.   Far too much though I don’t expect things to change any time soon.    Our irrational perceptions of risk are damaging our economy more … Continue reading

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