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Google Unleashes Mobilegeddon on Unprepared Websites


Webmasters who have not conformed to Google's mobile-friendly mandate have been cast out of their previous ranks on the mobile version of search, now that Mobilegeddon has befallen the world. Google last fall announced that it would give higher rankings to websites it deemed "mobile friendly," and any site hard to read or navigate on a mobile device would lose prominence in search results.
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Shopping for Algorithms and APIs in the Cloud


Algorithmia and Bedrock Data's cloud-based, on-demand services are turning the old-world drudgery of software development and data integration into point-and-click simplicity. These companies are bringing their services to market at just the right time. Their innovations are making it easier to gain real value from a widening array of business applications via the cloud.
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Re: AOL Books $99 Billion Loss; Turner To Step Down 2  munjak   2003-01-30 21:15:30 
Re: Ask Jeeves Revamps Web Ad Strategy 3  jegan   2003-01-30 17:33:07 
Re: A New Starring Role for E-Commerce 2  jleahy   2003-01-29 11:59:04 
Re: Report: 75 Percent Of E-Businesses Destined To Fail 2  jsmith2622   2003-01-29 11:16:20 
Re: Microsoft's .NET: Still .NOT Fully Baked? 5  El_Cu_Guy   2003-01-27 17:20:32 
Re: Buy - or We Die! 4  icoo   2003-01-24 03:28:56 
Re: E-Commerce's 1.3 Percent Problem 5  MikeJacobs   2003-01-23 15:32:40 
Re: ISP Ordered To Reveal File-Swapper's Identity 5  sribeiro   2003-01-23 04:09:13 
Re: Hot Software for Enterprise E-Business 2  patotts   2003-01-22 14:54:59 
Re: The Case Against Case 3  jpflaum   2003-01-21 17:51:37 
Re: Will Froogle Be a Google for Shoppers? 3  alpinechic   2003-01-20 11:16:23 
Re: New Respect for the Internet Bubble-Blowers 2  alpinechic   2003-01-20 11:12:01 
Re: Corel Delivers Macromedia Flash to Linux 4  bratwiz   2003-01-17 16:35:16 
Re: Investigative Report (Part I): Concerns Mount over Symantec 8  yabuts_13   2003-01-15 14:31:37 
Re: Penthouse.com and Feds Bust Copyright Pirate 2  dragon5   2003-01-09 19:35:50 
Re: Making Sense of Web Traffic 4  web_master   2003-01-09 12:58:11 
Re: Is High-Tech Fever Gone Forever? 4  jmiotke   2003-01-07 19:36:05 
Re: Kmart Bypasses Brokers To Sell Its Stock Online 7  smokedemt   2003-01-04 10:42:19 
Re: Online banking Experiences Growth, Pains: Concerns Remain for Consumers 2  hirzlg   2003-01-03 12:39:34 
Re: B2B Isn't Dead. It's Learning 2  mcarracher   2003-01-02 18:18:58 

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Is native advertising good for journalism?
Yes -- It's a reasonable source of additional revenue for media outlets to support their traditional editorial efforts.
Yes -- Paid-for articles can contain useful information, but readers might bypass them if they look too much like ads.
Maybe -- But only if it's clearly labeled as paid-for content.
No -- I don't trust any information from media outlets that cloak paid-for content as objective journalism.
No -- Native advertising is confusing and devious, and it threatens the fabric of traditional journalism.
I Don't Know -- I don't understand what native advertising is.