Make it so Google Earth!

By Mark O’Neill Never let it be said that this blog doesn’t cater for the Google Earth NASA geek community.  If you have Google Earth installed and an overwhelming desire to go where Patrick Stewart and William Shatner have gone before, you can now download a file that allows you to see Planet Earth from […]

One for the SEO Firefox geeks

By Mark O’Neill If checking a website’s PageRank or number of backlinks on Firefox is what fuels your loveboat, then you’re going to love this one. SEO Book has an excellent Firefox extension which gives you more than the standard information that Google normally offers.    It also works on Yahoo. Before you install “SEO for […]

Ego Searching for Privacy Protection

By PatB Contributing Writer, [GAS] The Pew Internet research team recently published a poll saying less than half of us have ever performed an “ego search,” or an internet search of ourselves, using either Google or some other search engine. From the AP here: More Americans are Googling themselves — and many are checking out their […]

EFF Flogged Over Comcast Report

In the past, I have been a frequent critic of the activism that the Electronic Frontier Foundation has engaged in, specifically regarding national security issues involving electronic monitoring of networks. I believe that monitoring networks keep us safe and the EFF does not. And when it comes to their latest crusade against Comcast over bandwidth […]