Feb - 22nd

Is Digg Trying To Tell Me Something?

Posted at 12:47 pm | Filed Under blogthropology, lackofmeds, nerdiness, Social Media

As far as CAPTCHA’s go, I think that the one that Digg.com uses for story submissions is fairly reasonable. It’s monochrome, decent contrast, and doesn’t try and get too fancy with out of focus characters or exotic fonts. Of course I have a preference for my own PuzzCAPTCHA as far as usability goes, but for […]

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Feb - 5th

Digg Allows Image Ads Embedded With Hidden Subliminal Messages

Posted at 1:14 pm | Filed Under blogthropology, lackofmeds, scams, Social Media

I was looking through Digg the other day, when this image ad caught my eye for some reason. Something about it caught my attention, and I wasn’t quite sure what it was, so I took a closer look at it. It was subtle, and hard to figure out at first. The copy on the ad […]

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Feb - 2nd

What Will *Really* Break If Google Switches To AJAX…?

Posted at 11:26 am | Filed Under blogthropology, coding, Google, lackofmeds, SEO, web design

On Friday I wrote a piece on how it looked like Google was testing AJAX results in the main serps. Some discussion followed as to whether, if this change were to become a widespread permanent one, this would affect Firefox plugins that existed (definitely some existing ones would stop working), break some of the rank […]

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