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Why Google Should Fear Facebook’s New Product Ads Social network’s targeting threatens retail search dominance

Anything Google can do Facebook wants to do better. And with the latter’s new product ads, it has a data advantage that could lead to big revenue for the social network.

Yesterday, Facebook revealed that it’s starting to serve ads for retailers’ goods that use the targeting and personal-interest information it has on its 1.4 billion users. These product adsare an answer to a service that Google has offered businesses since 2013 with Shopping Ads (which were initially called Product Listing Ads). Google Shopping Ads show up as paid posts atop retailer-focused

Twitter Reaches Deal to Show Tweets in Google Search Results

(Bloomberg) — Twitter Inc. has struck a deal with Google Inc. to make its 140-character updates more searchable online.

In the first half of this year, tweets will start to be visible in Google’s search results as soon as they’re posted, thanks to a deal giving the Web company access to Twitter’s firehose, the stream of data generated by the microblogging service’s 284 million users, people with knowledge of the matter said Wednesday. Google previously had to crawl Twitter’s site for the information, which will now be visible automatically.

The agreement underscores the progress that Twitter Chief Executive Officer Dick

Forcing SSL with phpMyAdmin

I installed yet another install of phpMyAdmin, and every time I forget how to configure it to force SSL. All phpMyAdmin installs should do this (use SSL). You never want to login without SSL unless you’re on a secured network.

2 1/2 ways to force SSL with phpMyAdmin

1) Using Apache .htaccess (this can also be put in the httpd.conf if you don’t use .htaccess files):

RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} !^443$ RewriteRule ^/directory(.*)$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}/directory$1 [L,R]

or with nginx:

location /phpmyadmin { if ($ssl_protocol = “”) { rewrite ^ https://$server_name$request_uri permanent; } }

Note: I don’t like this way but I

How to get the variables available within a PHP script or page

When you’re in there working your butt off, sometimes you have issues with what variables are available to you. For example, you might be working with some open source code like Drupal or WordPress, and you might not know based on the documentation what variables you have available to you. Here’s a way of finding that out with some simple PHP:

$vars = get_defined_vars(); var_dump($vars);

This will return a multidimensional array containing a list of all defined variables.

Why would I do this?

When coding a Drupal theme or a WordPress theme, you don’t always know what the

Persons or Businesses Causing Intentional Interference to Wi-Fi Hot Spots Are Subject to Enforcement Action

Personal wifi networks, or “hot spots,” are an important way that consumers connect to the Internet. Willful or malicious interference with Wi-Fi hot spots is illegal. Wi-Fi blocking violates Section 333 of the Communications Act, as amended.1 The Enforcement Bureau has seen a disturbing trend inwhich hotels and other commercial establishments block wireless consumers from using their own personal Wi-Fi hot spots on the commercial establishment’s premises. As a result, the Bureau is protecting consumers by aggressively investigating and acting against such unlawfulintentional interference.

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