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Popping the Filter Bubble

One of the biggest changes in Search Engines in 2011 is the continually tweaking of search algorithms to create relevance and personalization for their users. But does this narrow our world view? And what does this mean for optimizing your web site? The world wide web offers its audience a virtually unfiltered, unlimited supply of…

Visualizing Data with Google Charts

If you can type a URL in your browser, you can create a quick chart with the help of Google. Just when you thought Google had made your life easy enough, you stumble upon Google Charts. Never again will you draw a Venn Diagram by hand. Plotting out a line graph in Excel? Nope! The…

Google+ Pages are Here

Google+ took off like a rocket. It only took 16 days for the social media platform to reach 10,000,000 users. Now¬†Google+ has launched pages for businesses, organizations, and institutes. What does this mean for the Academic Health Center? Looking Under the Hood Here we see the Google+ page for the University of Florida. As you…

X Marks the Spot

Geosocial or geolocation applications are one of the big buzzwords in Social Media and web marketing these days. After being introduced via Foursquare and Gowalla at the South by Southwest conference, each of the major internet players have been making inroads into geolocation and trying to find ways to make it appeal to larger audiences…

X Marks the Spot

Geosocial or geolocation applications are one of the big buzzwords in Social Media and web marketing these days. After being introduced via Foursquare and Gowalla at the South by Southwest conference, each of the major internet players have been making inroads into geolocation and trying to find ways to make it appeal to larger audiences…