Doesn’t it feel great when you “Google” something and exactly what you were looking for was one of the top hits? It feels awesome. Well, the New York Times technology blog, Bits, reported that Google “made a major change to its algorithm in an effort to improve the rankings of high-quality Web sites in its search results — and to reduce the visibility of low-quality sites.”
Real the full post here.
How great is that? Google is listening to Punxsutawney Phil and doing a little bit of Spring organizing. On a side note, check out that the New York Times is still using “Web site” instead of the current AP Style spelling of “website.” Go, New York Times! I don’t think they should have changed it in the first place.