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  2. Personal web page - Wikipedia

    The personal "homepage" or web page of athlete Keira Shepherd. The navigation bar on the top of the page contains links to additional content, such as more digital photos, information about her sponsors, press clippings and news links, a calendar of her appearances at athletic competitions, and contact information.

  3. Google Doodle - Wikipedia

    Google holds competitions for school students to create their own Google doodles, referred to as "Doodle 4 Google". Winning doodles go onto the Doodle 4 Google website, where the public can vote for the winner, who wins a trip to the Googleplex and the hosting of the winning doodle for 24 hours on the Google website.

  4. PageRank - Wikipedia

    PageRank is Google's indication of its assessment of the reputation of a webpage: It is non-keyword specific. Google uses a combination of webpage and website authority to determine the overall authority of a webpage competing for a keyword. The PageRank of the HomePage of a website is the best indication Google offers for website authority.

  5. Jim Reeves - Wikipedia

    Reeves was born at home in Galloway, Texas, a small rural community near Carthage. He was the youngest of eight children born to Mary Beulah Adams Reeves (1884-1980) and Thomas Middleton Reeves (1882-1924). He was known as Travis during his childhood years.

  6. Google bombing - Wikipedia

    The operator then sets up the server so that page requests generate a page full of desired Google search terms, each linking to a subdomain of the same site, with the same title as the subdomain in the requested URL. Frequently the subdomain matches the linked phrase, with spaces replaced by underscores or hyphens.

  7. Protests against SOPA and PIPA - Wikipedia

    The usage of Wikipedia's front page increased enormously during the blackout with 17,535,733 page views recorded, compared with 4,873,388 on the previous day. A petition created and linked to by Google recorded over 4.5 million signatures, [4] while the Electronic Frontier Foundation reported that more than 1 million email messages were sent to ...

  8. Orkut - Wikipedia

    The new logo also had the word "My" in it, as in My Orkut. Vertical scroll bars were added in the friend and community list in the home page to allow viewing all friends/communities from the home page itself. In the home page, the recent visitor's list now displayed six most recent visitor's profile image as small clickable icons.

  9. Dogpile - Wikipedia

    Dogpile is a metasearch engine for information on the World Wide Web that fetches results from Google, Yahoo!, Yandex, Bing, and other popular search engines, including those from audio and video content providers such as Yahoo!.