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Nathan Byloff
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I've come across a weird issue where URLFetch doesn't capture response codes for a specific website. I tried this script on multiple domains, and it works just fine, but the returned headers in this instance just return an empty object. Has anyone ever experienced this? When I copy and paste "lastUrl" in my browser, everything works fine.

Logger.log(lastUrl);
var response = UrlFetchApp.fetch(encodeURIComponent(lastUrl));   
Logger.log(response.getAllHeaders().toSource());
Logger.log(response.getResponseCode());
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I checked robots.txt, no problems there, and checked the headers with curl -i "myurlhere" and it reports everything correctly. At a loss.
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A new security key protects your accounts from hijacking

Lots of people protect their Google accounts with two-factor authentication. If you use two-factor authentication, you might be interested in a new security key that works with Google. It makes it harder for bad guys to phish your account.

In addition, the security key uses an open protocol, so it can authenticate your logins for other websites too. Note that other websites need to add support for the Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) protocol by the Fido Alliance: https://fidoalliance.org/ .

If you don't use two-factor authentication yet, this isn't as good a match for you, although there are many reasons to consider enabling two-factor authentication. Read more about that here: https://www.mattcutts.com/blog/google-two-step-authentication/ .

If you're a high-profile individual, or someone whose account has been hacked before, or someone at high risk of being hacked (like a journalist or a dissident), consider getting one of these security keys. Personally, I'd recommend this for anyone tech-savvy or security-conscious enough that they already use two-factor authentication.
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Playing catch-up with the competition can only ever help you make incremental gains. It will never help you create something new.

It’s important to understand what’s going on around you, but the best way to stay ahead is a laser focus on building great products that people need.

#howgoogleworks #innovation

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I know it's not GIF Tuesday but I like this one a lot. Street art in Hong Kong...
Democracy is dead: http://bit.ly/NaF9Y5
The War on Whistleblowers: http://bit.ly/1qJezV8
How to hack a democracy (Manufacturing Consent): http://bit.ly/1l1QPfI

#gif   #gifs   #gifoftheday   #obama   #bush  
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Here are 22 mesmerising GIFs that show how things are made

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This is not how #HTML and #CSS should be used! Part III: Circle, square, triangle, dolphin, all in CSS. See how it's done http://bit.ly/1iONBuZ

#webdevelopment   #animatedgif  
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New post on YouMoz!
A fast website is no longer a luxury; it an expectation from site visitors and search engines. Google's PageSpeed Module can give you a leg up in creating a better user experience.
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Google granted a patent to use what’s currently playing on your TV to influence search results. http://seer.is/1mgrik8 - I tested this in Google Now the other day and it worked like a charm.  With every TV eventually being connected to the internet, I wonder if this is Google's Trojan Horse into going back to buying TV ads via adwords, they shut it down about 2.5 years ago - http://marketingland.com/google-shuts-down-tv-ads-in-adwords-20318 but that would open a WHOLE NEW screen where they don't show ads cc +Rand Fishkin +Bill Slawski +John Mueller +Danny Sullivan +Larry Kim +Nico Miceli 
Google uses a variety of signals to determine how to rank search results, such examining linking patterns on the web, an individual's geographic location,
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Lamar Hunt US Open Cup Semifinal | FC Dallas vs. …: http://youtu.be/ma385dsscSE
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Please follow us >>> +Jokes Plaza <<< for more #Funny #Jokes  Subscribe us >>> http://jokesplazza.com <<<<
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If you can't beat 'em....

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"There is a huge amount of freedom that comes to you when you take nothing personally." ~Don Miguel Ruiz
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  • University of North Texas
    BCIS, 1999 - 2002
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  • RankHammer
    CTO, 2012 - present
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    SEO Manager, 2008 - 2011
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I was in town for a conference downtown, so the hotel was close enough to the venue and was less expensive then most of the other places downtown. The hotel looks very nice, has a style of its own, and the rooms are of an adequate size. However, I am a tall person (6'4"), and the bathrooms were minuscule. There was essentially no counter top space, and the sink is practically hovering over the toilet. Showers just as small. Very odd layout.
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