There are lots of fake websites out there designed to fool you into thinking they’re real. Sometimes they’re sites that you’re sent to because your system has been compromised, such as through DNS Malware. Other times they’re just mistyped URL’s. I recently typed “yourube” instead of “youtube” and got this:
As always, I recommend to ignore spam emails suggesting that someone will improve your search rank by performing Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Google knows about the tactics that SEO Consultants use. And if Google notices that you are artificially trying to improve your rank, they can penalize or ban your site from
Google set up a crisis response page here: http://www.google.com/crisisresponse/japanquake2011.html The Google page has a person finder, maps, and information on subjects such as shelters, transportation, rolling blackouts, and donations. To see video on events as they happen, check out NHK World (English) on the digitial over-the-air channel 30-2 from the
Google just added this nifty instant preview feature to their mobile searches.
Al Jazeera Al Jazeera English has a live stream that has the most in-depth coverage of events in Libya, Bahrain, Yemen, Egypt, Iran: Tweet Mashup From the MIBAZAAR Blog, there is a Twitter Mashup of protests: Here’s a look at Middle East “Protests” on Twitter which are mapped out on