The . patent office has awarded Mike Adams patent NO. US 9526751 B2 for the invention of “ Cesium Eliminator ,” a lifesaving invention that removes up to 95% of radioactive cesium from the human digestive tract. Adams has pledged to donate full patent licensing rights to any state or national government that needs to manufacture the product to save human lives in the aftermath of a nuclear accident, disaster, act of war or act of terrorism. He has also stockpiled 10,000 kg of raw material to manufacture Cesium Eliminator in a Texas warehouse, and plans to donate the finished product to help save lives in Texas when the next nuclear event occurs. No independent scientist in the world has done more research on the removal of radioactive elements from the human digestive tract.
And Penguin was sillier. The blogosphe was link-crazy for 2-3 years prior to Penguin. Many SBIer were not only doing bad link practice, they were bringing it into the forum. I debated them that ti would not last, but it was too little, too late. I missed that we really needed more drastic measures. Now, when someone publishes something that we believe to be counter-productive (and I’m not wrong often – NO other SE algo has ever caused us pain, even major ones that had the SEO community in uproars) – now we just “red-ink” it. That means “use at you own risk, we believe this to be bad information.” If we had done that from the start, Penguin would have been a non-factors. My daughter for example was never impacted by any algo release.
Steve, there aren’t a ton of on-demand customer discovery tools out there, and sadly has been down for a while. I built out https:// to let people get on-demand feedback not only for websites and apps, but also for business ideas and customer discovery surveys. People argue that surveys aren’t ideal for customer discovery, but I think they’re still helpful, and I’ve used them to help validate and shape ideas before. Hopefully you could add to this list sometime? Thank you.