Archives for January 2009

Webmaster Tools: Feature Request for Bulk Deletion of URLs

Most webmasters use Google Webmaster Tools (GWT) to submit their URLs to Google. Yahoo had a similar product – Site Explorer and Microsoft too has one. GWT by far is the best and is far ahead of the so called competitors.

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US Approves a whopping $6 Billion Broadband Plan

The House Energy and Commerce Committee on Thursday approved a $6 billion broadband plan that would provide grants to shore up the country’s broadband infrastructure. This is part of the $825 billion economic stimulus package.

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Americans too find broadband expensive

Looks like we have company, even Americans find broadband expensive! A report released by Pew Internet & American Life Project says, Read more on Americans too find broadband expensive…

Is Indian Language on the net really pathetic?

I got few calls about IAMAI’s report – “Number of Local Language Sites in India stands at a Pathetic 1249!”. I wasn’t able to read this report on the day it was published as I was travelling.

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I hope India’s 911 version – 108 survives

EMRI (Emergency Management and Research Institute) has lately been in the news for the wrong reasons. Very few know what EMRI is about, I didn’t until few days ago. But the irony is I should have heard about EMRI earlier, you will get to know why soon.

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