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Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals for AWS Professionals | Coursera
This accelerated 6-hour course with labs introduces AWS professionals to the core capabilities of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) in the four technology pillars: networking, compute, storage, and database. It is designed for AWS Solution Architects and SysOps Administrators familiar with AWS features and setup and want to gain experience configuring GCP products immediately. With presentations, demos, and hands-on labs, participants get details of similarities, differences, and initial h...
google  gcp  cloud  course 
may 2019 by whip_lash
GitHub - jarun/googler: Google from the terminal
googler is a power tool to Google (Web & News) and Google Site Search from the command-line.
cli  google  python  search 
february 2019 by whip_lash
Google Search Operators: The Complete List (42 Advanced Operators)
In this post, I’ll share 15 actionable tips to help you master search operators for SEO, which are:
google  search 
january 2019 by whip_lash
How I Quit Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Amazon - Motherboard
A reflection on my month without Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Amazon, plus a how-to guide if you want to quit the biggest companies in tech.
amazon  apple  facebook  google 
december 2018 by whip_lash
Concealing Network Traffic via Google Translate | Running the Gauntlet
This translate proxying method is often used by the malware if their domain or IP is blocked. The malware uses either Google Translate, Bing Translator, or Yahoo! Babel Fish for this purpose. The malware sends HTTP GET requests using the following strings, where *URL* is the URL they wish to access
malware  pentest  proxy  google 
december 2018 by whip_lash
Why I left Google to join Grab – Steve Yegge – Medium
Food trucks lowered the barrier to entry significantly, but food delivery lowers it to near-zero. Cathy and Romano realized you can literally cook out of your own kitchen to get started. They are the forefront of a new era. When this idea inevitably takes off, people are going to be able to order take-out from their neighbors, from anyone in the city who wants to cook their family recipe. It will change cuisine forever.

business  google  food 
january 2018 by whip_lash
If Google Is Biased, So Are Its Algorithms - Bloomberg
If the Damore lawsuit correctly describes an aggressively leftist culture at Google, the human input into the algorithms can be expected to favor the leftist worldview. That may lead to overcorrection -- and to the burying of alternative views, noxiously right-wing or even mainstream conservative. When I type "women are" in the Google search window, the first suggestion I get is "women are always right." How do I know this is not the result of the personal bias of someone who tweaked the suggestion algorithm?
politics  google 
january 2018 by whip_lash
Don't Ask Siri About Your Weird Sex Thing - Motherboard
Google Assistant performed better than Siri in general, answering queries with information from more reputable sources. Siri frequently misunderstood the spoken words or failed to return relevant results.

apple  google  siri  ai 
december 2017 by whip_lash
Search Console - Home
Get the data, tools, and diagnostics needed to create and maintain Google-friendly websites and mobile apps.
To get started, just add your site or app now.
google  tools  web  webapp  pentest  owasp 
august 2017 by whip_lash
Brief thoughts on the “Google memo” – Julia Galef
I’d actually be less disappointed if the critics’ response had simply been “Look, you can’t talk about gender differences at work.” As a general rule, I hate to ban topics, but I can see how this one could have harmful effects.
google  diversity  culture 
august 2017 by whip_lash
Detectify Blog – How we got read access on Google's production servers
tl;dr: We uploaded a malicious XML to one of Google’s servers. Turned out to be a major XXE issue. Google financed an awesome road trip for the team.
google  security 
april 2014 by whip_lash
Google Voice Now Offers SIP Addresses For Calling Directly Over IP - Disruptive Telephony
Wouldn't it be great if you could call a Google Voice number directly via SIP? So that you could bypass the PSTN when calling a GV number and go directly over IP? With potentially all the advanced capabilities that could give? (wideband audio, video, etc.) It turns out that you now can!
google  voip 
march 2011 by whip_lash
TheSpec - The Dirty Little Secrets of Search
So how does he justify all his efforts to undermine that engine?

“I think we need to make a distinction between two different kinds of searches — informational and commercial,” he said. “If you search ‘cancer,’ that’s an informational search and on those, Google is amazing. But in commercial searches, Google’s results are really polluted. My own personal experience says that the guy with the biggest S.E.O. budget always ranks the highest.”

To Mr. Stevens, S.E.O. is a game, and if you’re not paying black hats, you are losing to rivals with fewer compunctions.
search  google  SEO 
february 2011 by whip_lash
The Most Helpful Ways to Use Google Voice that You're Not Using
Google Voice is suddenly everywhere—in Gmail, Android devices, and now even on iPhones. Beyond the basic call/text/voicemail services, though, Google Voice can do some pretty incredible things. Here's a look at the more unusual—and unusually helpful—alternate uses.
google  voip 
november 2010 by whip_lash
Google and Money! by Charles Petersen | The New York Review of Books
If we can imagine that future, we can also picture a more disturbing variation: perhaps a depressive son begins reading blog posts about suicidal thoughts, and shortly thereafter his parents begin to notice a rise in advertisements for psychotropic drugs and crisis prevention hotlines. Would that be wrong? Perhaps not, but as advertising becomes more personalized, pervasive, and instantaneously updatable, it seems likely that more and more users will want to opt out of a system that, though perhaps seldom deeply intrusive, will continually be pushing the boundaries of what we find acceptable.
internet  google 
november 2010 by whip_lash
Apple Wins First Round Of TV War With Google (AAPL, GOOG)
Google is going after "input one" on your TV -- the first input where your cable box is plugged in, which is a really big, really risky bet. Most people don't mess with input one. How often do you switch cable or satellite providers? Or set-top boxes? Rarely, if ever.
Apple, meanwhile, is going after "input two," where your DVD player or videogame machine is probably plugged in. In most households, that's likely to be an easier entry point -- mentally easier to unplug, easier to experiment with.
apple  google  television 
october 2010 by whip_lash
Gmail Priority Inbox Sorts Your Email For You. And It’s Fantastic.
Email overload has finally met its match. Tomorrow, Gmail is rolling out a new feature called Priority Inbox that is going to be a Godsend for those of you who dread opening your email. In short, Google has built a system that figures out which of your messages are important, and presents them at the top of the screen so you don’t miss them. The rest of your messages are still there, but you don’t have to dig through dozens of newsletters and confirmations to find the diamonds in rough.

The beauty of the system lies in its simplicity — it’s nearly as easy as Gmail’s one click spam filter. There’s almost no setup: once it’s activated on your account, you’ll see a prompt asking you if you want to enable Priority Inbox. You can choose from a few options (the order of your various inboxes and if there are any contacts you’d like to always mark ‘Important’) but don’t have to setup any rules or ‘teach’ Gmail what you want it to mark important. It just works, at least most of the time.
gmail  google  email 
august 2010 by whip_lash
The Agnostic Cartographer - John Gravois
Just five years since the release of Google Maps and Google Earth, the corporation may well be the world’s most important mapmaker. More than 600 million people around the world have downloaded Google Earth. As a testament to ambition, that number alone would be remarkable. But Google is also intent on upending our very notion of what a map is. Rather than produce one definitive map of the world, Google offers multiple interpretations of the earth’s geography. Sometimes, this takes the form of customized maps that cater to the beliefs of one nation or another. More often, though, Google is simply an agnostic cartographer—a peddler of “place browsers” that contain a multitude of views instead of univocal, authoritative, traditional maps. “We work to provide as much discoverable information as possible so that users can make their own judgments about geopolitical disputes,” writes Robert Boorstin, the director of Google’s public policy team.
china  google  information  internet  politics  technology 
july 2010 by whip_lash
Five Really Handy Google Command Line Tricks
With the right commands, you can turn your favorite command-line text editor into a distraction-free Google Docs app, add new events to Google Calendar, upload images to Picasa or video to YouTube, backup your Google data, and more. Here's how it works.
google  sysadmin 
june 2010 by whip_lash
Trick Out Google Apps for Your Domain - Gmail - Lifehacker
You registered a domain name and set up the free Google Apps Standard Edition to get Gmail, GTalk, GCal, and GDocs running behind it. Now, take a look at some advanced settings Google Apps (for your domain) makes available.
google  apps  email 
october 2009 by whip_lash
Keyboard shortcuts - Gmail Help
Keyboard shortcuts help you save time by allowing you to never take your hands off the keyboard to use the mouse. You'll need a Standard 101/102-Key or Natural PS/2 Keyboard to use the shortcuts.
shortcuts  google  keyboard  email  gmail 
june 2009 by whip_lash
YouTube Is Doomed (GOOG)
Since the majority of Google’s costs for the service are pure variable costs of bandwidth and storage, and since they’ve already reached the point at which no greater economies of scale remain, the costs of the business will continue to grow on a linear basis. Unfortunately, far more user-generated content than professional content makes its way onto the site, which means that while costs grow linearly, non-monetizable content is growing geometrically as compared against the monetizable content that YouTube really wants and needs to survive. This means less and less of YouTube’s library will be revenue-contributing, while the costs of delivering that library will continue to grow.

With the ongoing hammering of ad CPMs and unstoppable growth in the site’s popularity, Google is going to bleed substantial cash on this experiment for the foreseeable future. With costs of operation at half a billion dollars and growing, YouTube’s future is very much in doubt.
business  google  web  advertising 
april 2009 by whip_lash
HowToBuild - google-gadgets-for-linux - Google Code
This page describe the method of building Google Gadgets for Linux from source code.
gadgets  google  desktop 
june 2008 by whip_lash
The High Cost Of Wooing Google
States and cities are dangling ever-bigger inducements to attract companies
google  business  taxes  economics 
july 2007 by whip_lash
Google apologises for Sicko outburst
The company has transformed itself from the best search engine in the world a search advertising monopoly using the oldest tricks in the book to avoid Washington taking too close a look at its position
advertising  google  politics 
july 2007 by whip_lash
OpenDNS Blog » Google turns the page… in a bad way.
Google is accused of installing spyware on Dell PCs. The claim that it's difficult to remove is kind of laughable though.
google  business  malware  tech 
may 2007 by whip_lash
Google, Clear Channel ink long-term deal - Yahoo! News
Google Inc. and Clear Channel Communications Inc. announced a long-term agreement Sunday that will allow the Internet search leader to place advertising for its online customers on more than 675 Clear Channel radio stations.
google  clearchannel  advertising  evil 
april 2007 by whip_lash

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