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Matt Cutts
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    Software Engineer, 2000 - present
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I'm the head of the webspam team at Google
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I'm the head of the webspam team at Google. That means that if you type your name into Google and get porn back, it's my fault. Unless you're a porn star, in which case porn is a completely reasonable response.
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  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Nice!  For Mom, I hope.
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Still in vacations ? Home flowers then from your beautiful garden ?
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A few years ago my wife and I got a rosebush that I considered to be a "Yahoo" rosebush. It was some sort of hybrid that had yellow and purple flowers, which are the Yahoo colors. The purple blooms have faded away, but the yellow flowers are flourishing. I'm happy to see Yahoo flourishing in several ways too, from redoing their search contract with Microsoft to sponsoring the show Community. I'm all for more competition in the Internet space, and I think Marissa Mayer is doing a great job at Yahoo to foster that competition.
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lovely
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Monday night burritos!
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My talk about some lessons from the early days of Google is now live. You can watch the slides at https://www.mattcutts.com/blog/lessons-from-early-days-of-google/ Thanks to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for hosting me, and especially to everyone in the computer science department that I got to see again!
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+Sam z hi
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Many are uneasy about a court ruling that said Oracle can sue Google over copyrighted API's. Now, the White House has just sided with Oracle.
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Much of the recent "self-driving cars get in accidents" coverage felt off to me. This piece does a good job of explaining why. I've ridden in a self-driving car and I pass them all the time in my own car. I can't wait for them. I've seen way too many bad drivers, so I'm looking forward to the better safety and technology that will come with self-driving cars.
This is terrible journalism designed to upset you. Google's program and the data we have are cause for great optimism, and at this point, only optimism.
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Hilarious comments about how computers can't land planes. Humans can't land the Space Shuttle, and that computer tech was how old when they mothballed the fleet?

Seems to me from all the reports that the Google cars are already better drivers than a huge percentage of the population.


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Emmy looks at me.
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I recorded a podcast episode with +Kevin Kelly and +Mark Frauenfelder about some tools that I really like. You can see other episodes of the Cool Tools podcast at http://kk.org/cooltools/archives/category/podcast-2 , and Kevin Kelly's Cool Tools site is just great in general: http://kk.org/cooltools/ . Check it out!
Our guest this week, Matt Cutts, is a well-known blogger and the head of the Web Spam team at Google.  For more recommendations from Matt be sure to check out his personal blog. Show Notes: Subscribe to the Cool Tools…
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So very good. I recommend the salted butterscotch ice cream. It's really tasty.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
I stayed here for the Folsom Triathlon. The hotel is older, but the staff were very nice--they called the room to check whether everything was fine with the room. They also let me check out an hour late so I could clean up after the triathlon. The location is very convenient for Nimbus Dam Recreation Area.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Showed up just as they were closing one day and Henry let me in and helped me find the right tool. Good folks here.
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reviewed 2 years ago
Very good food. Pretty fast for an upscale restaurant. Can get crowded/loud, so consider doing takeout. Especially good: BBQ ribs, the French dip sandwich.
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reviewed 3 years ago
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The staff were very nice. I think this the nicest hotel in Auburn.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago
The bagels really are delicious.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago
The lady who runs this bagel shop is fast and competent. If you come in regularly, she'll remember your order and your name. A nice place to grab bagels on the weekend.
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