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The term "Glasshole" has made its way into the backdrop of the BBC's popular Have I Got News For You celebrity news quiz show.
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Is it still running on the TV then?
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Gurus are apparently gobbling up .guru domains.
Nevermind that the label/title “guru” has been getting mocked for years. That’s not stopping anyone from registering domains using the new .guru top-level domain (gTLD). In fact, according to nTLDStats.com, .guru recently became the first of the new gTLDs to pass 50,000 registrations. That puts it ahead of the far less annoying .berlin, .photography, .email […]
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Is it time for a whole new level of squatting?  +Danny Sullivan 
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What do you do when you can't put any more blades on a razor cartridge to make your razors seem all cutting edge? Stick the cartridge on a rotating ball, is apparently P&G's answer. Crazy.

I long ago gave up on trying to have the latest razor with a zillion blades. More me, the Mach 3 (which this WSJ article describes as aging) was perfect. I got a nice shave, better than a twin blade -- and the lubricating strip reallly makes a difference. The bigger blade models just felt to large to shave with.

Recently, I've been going old-school with Bevel (https://getbevel.com/) which is all about the single blade. That's been some rediscovery of how to shave that way. It takes me longer, but it's been kind of fun and turns shaving sometimes less into a pain and more into an art form.

I don't have skin problems after shaving, which is a group Bevel is especially aimed at, so we'll see if I keep with the single-blade or return to my beloved Mach 3. But at least Bevel got me thinking about shaving in a way that's not just "get the cheapest blades" or "get even more blades -- and a ball!" but instead more about the process of getting a good shave.
P&G is preparing to roll out its latest weapon in the fight for men's faces—a razor featuring a swiveling ball-hinge that allows the blade to pivot and comes with a high-end price, according to marketing documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
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I, too stopped at Mach 3. This new humongous gimmick seems really ridiculous. 
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How to ensure that if your email subscriber does some spring cleaning, your newsletter doesn't get tossed out.
Spring is here — that time of year when everyone starts cleaning out all the “stuff” they’ve accumulated. But while the spring cleaning ritual will undoubtedly include some heavy dusting, house-wide reorganization and purging of clutter, it’s no longer limited to people’s physical lives. With today’s digital lifestyle, that clutter invariably lives on PCs, tablets […]
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It's a living room. It's a pinball machine. Remember, play pinball responsibly.
In a super cool activation, Publicis Italia created an awesome piece of experiential marketing for the introduction of Heineken’s “The Sub,” a futuristic-looking, advanced technology method of dispensing beer. Effectively, it’s a really cool keg. It was designed by Marc Newson and the agency decided to tout Newson’s masterful achievement in Milan during Design Week […]
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+Coca-Cola creates giant real-life rainbows to help celebrate 20 years of South Africa as the rainbow nation.
Here’s some Happiness from Coke to brighten your day and your spirits. Twenty years ago South Africa held its first democratic election and Nelson Mandela was elected into office. And Bishop Desmond Tutu coined the term “the rainbow nation.” The rainbow, of course, represents the country’s diversity and its many achievements. To celebrate the 20th […]
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I didn't know it rained in South Africa.
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You can now get Google Trends information via email.
Google Trends announced today it has added a “Subscribe” feature, allowing users to receive email notifications on search topics, Hot Searches for any country, or any US monthly top chart. From the announcement by Googler Gavri Smith on the Google Search blog: I’m a Liverpool F.C. fan, so I set up a subscription to get notifications […]
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May all your customer complaints on social media be from the Meek customer type, easily pleased, not very irrational. Unlike the Chronic Complainer.... an infographic of complaining customer types and how to deal with them.
Social media has turned into a new and important channel for customers to reach out to brands when they have complaints, though sometimes in a most-unsocial manner. Here’s a guide to five types of customers you might encounter and how to deal with them. Meek, Aggressive, High-Roller, Opportunist and Chronic Complainer are the customer types […]
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This is fantastic. Now just devise a test to determine the type before they become a client, and we'll be all set! :)
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You can now describe actions that entities have performed, through new vocabulary from Schema.org. How search engines will make use of this is unclear, but the major ones are all behind it.
Schema.org announced a new form of Schema they have introduced with support from Google, Microsoft Bing, Yahoo and Yandex named Actions. Schema Actions are a way to communicate via markup on your web page the actions they enable and how these actions can be invoked. Technically, Schema.org describes it as: An action performed by a […]
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Thanks for sharing, +Danny Sullivan !

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Web and app activity are now combined into a single visitor metric within Google Analytics.
Google Analytics announced yesterday it is combining web and app data into a single reporting view, as well as merging its Visitor web metric and Active Users app metric  under the same “Users” name. Google Analytics product manager Nick Mihailovski shared the updates on the Google Analytics Google+ page, clarifying how the newly consolidated web […]
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Widely considered a leading "search engine guru," Danny Sullivan has been helping webmasters, marketers and everyday web users understand how search engines work for over a decade.

Danny's expertise about search engines is often sought by the media, and he has been quoted in places like The Wall St. Journal, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, Forbes, The New Yorker and Newsweek and ABC's Nightline.

Danny began covering search engines in late 1995, when he undertook a study of how they indexed web pages. The results were published online as "A Webmaster's Guide To Search Engines," a pioneering effort to answer the many questions site designers and Internet publicists had about search engines.

Danny currently works as the founding editor of Search Engine Land and Marketing Land, which cover all aspects of digital marketing, search marketing and search engine news. Danny also serves as chief content officer of Third Door Media, which owns Search Engine Land, Marketing Land, Digital Marketing Depot and the SMX: Search Marketing Expo conference series. Danny also maintains a personal blog called Daggle and writes CNET's Common Sense Tech column.

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Great tacos and more. Enough said. This is the original that gave birth to other Chronics around Southern California. Pick whatever you want, it'll be great. I go for the fatty tacos or the tostada bowls myself. The store is very small; no seats, and if it's busy, you'll be standing in line for up to 15 minutes to get your food. But the staff will be friendly while you wait, and you'll enjoy what you get.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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I ended up here almost by accident in September 2010. There was a big event at Jericho, where we thought we could pick up guns for our group of newbies, which included me. No such luck. But we saw the sign for No Limits and figured it was a close enough drive. The staff couldn't have been more helpful. They gave us plenty of time, talked through the different options, and we left with guns that have continued to do us fine. No problems, no fails, they're holding up great. I realized that we'd left the rail for one of the guns behind about a week later. I called, and they sent it to us no problem, covering the postage on their end. In April, we were in the area so I headed back to get a pistol. Same thing: really helpful staff. About the only downside is that if the shop is busy, you might have a wait. But compared to my nightmare experience with doing mail order through Airsplat (gun doesn't work, sent back, still doesn't work, sigh), it was nice feeling like here was a place that was going to ensure I had solid equipment. And I do.
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Or so I've heard. Really, I'm just curious to see if Mike will notice this review :) Oh, I need 100 characters in all. Was that enough?
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