Google’s Disappointed Founders Get it Wrong With Alphabet; G is for Greed

  • Posted by Eric Lander
  • On August 11, 2015
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Larry Page took to Google’s official blog yesterday to declare that “G is for Google,” and went on to tell the world that “Alphabet Inc. will replace Google Inc.” If you have not done so, please go read Larry’s announcement in it’s full context, available here. If you have read Larry’s comments – I’d like […]
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“Sorry, I’m Late…” & Other Overused Phrases in the Workplace

  • Posted by Eric Lander
  • On August 26, 2013
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Earlier this evening, Andrew Clarke, a fellow Associate Director at d50 Media shared an article with me via email. The article is actively passed around on LinkedIn and is showing up in a number of feeds – so perhaps you’ve already seen it. if you haven’t, it’s called Stop Using These 30 Phrases At Work! – […]
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Google’s Plus Sized Failure

  • Posted by Eric Lander
  • On August 8, 2011
  • 15 Comments
A month ago I was excited about Google+. It represented something new. Something shiny. Attractive. Google had finally created something that people outside of the tech industry could get on board with. Today, just one month later, the once promising community has become useless to me. It’s just another proverbial flash in the pan on […]
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Ranting on Criticism, Innovation, Ethics and Conversation

  • Posted by Eric Lander
  • On November 16, 2008
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Criticism and innovation are nothing new to our small, opinionated and fiery industry. If you’re not truly  passionate about search, you’re not going to make it in this space. At least not long. I was reminded of how passionate I can become when I was speaking Monday night. I said a few things that in […]
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¡Yo quiero SEO! Taco Bell’s Simple SEO Failures

  • Posted by Eric Lander
  • On November 13, 2008
  • 9 Comments
Last night I thought I wanted Taco Bell for dinner. Somehow the gastrointestinal torture was an acceptable trade off for that delicious grade D beef that was cooked about three months ago and frozen before being shipped cross country in warm container trucks. Not knowing what I wanted though, I went to check their menu […]
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