People think I’m crazy, but I love Google+. I’m continually trying to talk my friends, family, coworkers, and our clients into engaging more on Google’s social network.
I recently went back down my rabbit hole seeking for reasons to get people (back) on Google+; and I was very please with what I found.
Buffer just recently published an article on the benefits of Google Plus. I like where this is going…
And it only gets better: Moz, the most wonderful SEO company in the world, also recently published an article on, you guessed it, Google+ SEO.
From a development standpoint, sometimes the progression of things at Apple can be underwhelming. So it’s really awesome to see their new Machine Learning Journal pop up on their site today. I haven’t had a chance to look at everything on the first journal yet, but it looks promising.
Walt Mossberg is retiring this year — he’s already written his last column, hosted his last Code Conference, and taped the final episode of Ctrl-Walt-Delete in front of a live audience in New York. But Walt’s also assembled an impressive collection of notable gadgets over his two-decade run as a reviewer and columnist, and we asked him to talk us through some of the more notable items as he cleared out of his office.
Besides the Atlanta Falcons and Lady Gaga, check out our favorite thing about the Super Bowl, the commercials.
Now it’s your turn to decide who the real MVP is. No, not between Matt Ryan and Tom Brady, we’re talking the top ad lineup. Check out some of the top teasers and leaked ads before anyone else does. Even if your team doesn’t win, these cheeky, playful commercials are sure to make watching the game worthwhile. Check them out:
We debate this all the time when we get a new website project. From a designer’s perspective, infinite scrolling can be very cool. However, it can be prohibitive from a user’s perspective and it’s never been quiet clear that the hidden content would be included in the index of the page (although I’m 98% positive it is indexed, based on what I’ve read and experienced with some of our sites).
Yoast provides some good insights on this debate and I like this solution:
One of the things that is always pup for discussion is how to add large blog archives or even homepages to your blog. This can be done in a number of ways. You can list a certain amount of blog posts and add and ‘Older’ link at the bottom of that list.
It doesn’t solve the debt around here (I’m looking at you, Elias), but it is a good compromise, albeit it’s not as cool as the traditional infinite scrolling effects.
Source: Pagination vs infinite scrolling