Link Farm – Backlog

On the World Wide Web, a link farm is any group of web sites that all hyperlink to every other site in the group. Although some link farms can be created by hand, most are created through automated programs and services. A link farm is a form of spamming the index of a search engine (sometimes called spamdexing or spamexing).

There’s been a recent lack of posts and but the news just keeps on coming so for this post we are just going to send you to other sites and skip the summmary in favor of one liners (summaries not jokes).

Videos you might have missed in the past 2 weeks

Paintball pop art – Andy Warhol’s famous Marilyn recreated by a team of paintballers!

Skateboard Tetris – Check out these 36 SF skaters on Freebords flexing mad skills with neon Tetris-like shapes mounted on their heads to awesome effect.

News Stories that you should have read

Google: We’re Buying Startups Again – after a brief hiatus from aquiring startup talent Google is back in the game.

Red Rocks on Mars Aren’t Just Rust – its long been thought that the reddish tinge on Mars was a result of iron oxide or rust but a recent experiment proves that it could be something else.

Emo Labs Invisible Speakers: HDTV Screens Could Become The Speaker – speakers could be finding their way into HDTV, laptop, cell phone and hand held console screens with Emo Labs’ invisible speaker system (theres a video there too)

Ad data implies only 23% of iPhone owners updated to 3.1 – The latest mobile advertising metrics suggests that users don’t install incremental updates to iPhone OS very quickly. It also shows that the adoption of major OS versions on the iPod touch are hindered due to the upgrade fee.

Oh and by the way theres WATER ON THE MOON.

Note: Many of these summaries come from the site and were not written here

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