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Sorry for the lack of posts, here are some updates

Posted by Nadir on July 7th, 2010

Sorry for the lack of posts lately. I’ve been quite busy the last few months and was involved in many projects day and night. Blogging isn’t the only thing I was less involved in, I also spent less time going out and also visiting friends. This is worst than not blogging. So, I’ve decided to [...]

So Google apparently hasn’t officially confirmed that yet, but now every SEO on the planet is aware of its decision to ignore PageRank sculpting.

If you’re a mobile content provider, then you’ll enjoy the new feature available in Google AdWords. You can now display ads exclusively for the iPhone and Google’s G1. For example, if you are providing games for the iPhone, you can run AdWords Campaigns to only target these users, so you’ll get more targeted users when [...]

iPhone in 2001

Posted by Nadir on October 1st, 2008

The iPhone already existed in 2001, yep, it had Internet, emails, and all. Check this out here. I’ve found it via Google in 2001, go ahead and play with it.

How to Open a File with Google Chrome?

Posted by Nadir on September 3rd, 2008

In this post about Google Chrome, I mentioned that there is no “Open File” function like in Firefox or other browsers.

When you use Google Search from your mobile phone, you see two kinds of web pages results: traditional web pages (the same ones that you’ll see from your desktop) and mobile web pages.

Note Regarding Comments On This Blog

Posted by Nadir on March 18th, 2008

The readers of this blog know that links on comments do not have the nofollow tag. I’ve decided to do so because all comments are manually moderated, and Akismet does a good job of filtering spammy comments. So I find it fair to give credit to people who are adding valuable comments to my posts.

Confirmed: Microsoft Offers to Buy Yahoo! for $44.6 Billion

Posted by Nadir on February 1st, 2008

This day has come my friends. Microsoft just offered to buy Yahoo! for $44.6 Billion, or $31 a share. According to the press release: