Tag Archives: SEARCH

YouTube has Replaced Yahoo as the No. 2 Search Engine

From the Online Business Newspaper: "For many adults, their research quite often begins with a web search.  Long gone are the days of visiting the library to review the most recent versions of your favorite encyclopedia or the card catalog.  … Continue reading

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Google Updates Search Console to Consolidate Duplicate URLs in Reports

In a post on its Webmaster Central Blog this week, Google announced a change to the way the various reports and statistics on Google Search Console reference URLs. Starting in April (and prepping a backfill of data even sooner), the URLs … Continue reading

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The realities of the 2019 legal job search

No matter how much you enjoy learning for the sake of learning, there will come a point when you’re going to have to land a real legal job. So just for the heck of it, let’s take a look at … Continue reading

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Young Cruiser Goes Overboard, But No Attempt at Search and Rescue is Made

On Monday morning, a young cruise ship passenger fell overboard en route to Melbourne, Australia. No attempt at a search and rescue operation was made. The post Young Cruiser Goes Overboard, But No Attempt at Search and Rescue is Made … Continue reading

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[Stewart Baker] Russia’s Successful Search for Deterrence on the Cheap

Episode 246 of the Cyberlaw PodcastBrazen Russian intrusions into the US electricity grid lead our episode. I ask Matthew Heiman and Nick Weaver whether Russia intended for us to know about their intrusions (duh, yes!) and how we should respond … Continue reading

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