DMOZ, the Open Directory Project that uses human editors to organize websites — is closing. It marks the end of a time when humans, rather than machines, tried to organize the web. The announcement came via a notice that’s now showing on the home page of the DMOZ site, saying it will close as of March 14.
Google search operators are like chess & knowing how the pieces move doesn’t make you a master. Dive into 67 examples, from content research to site audits, and level up your search operator game.
In the hurried, fast-paced world we live in, it seems only natural that hands-free voice search is fast becoming the next big technology sensation.Apparently, it’s not enough to have the World Wide Web at your fingertips or even at the push of a button. No, now we want to have it at the tip of our tongues — and ask what, where, how, why and when almost anything with voice command software.