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Stuffed Week - BTR teaches you how to boost your website’s SEO without attracting Google penalties.
Many websites where people can offer services -- such as those for actors, models, etc. -- include warnings for their users about potential scams. Sarah Fraser asks people whether they think these warnings are necessary of if common sense should prevail.
Share Week – Opinion: You’ll never believe what one website did to ‘Sopranos’ creator David Chase just to get clicks.
Really, Confused Cats Against Feminism? You’re proof that the internet has collapsed in on itself.
Channel the domestic cat’s perspective through a video game.
This week on BTR Pulse, Sarah Fraser talks to people about whether online reviews of businesses should be allowed anonymity.
"The biggest security threat the internet has ever seen" is one way the ‘Heartbleed' bug has been described.
Joachim Schmid discusses transitioning from analog to digital found photography, and his projects throughout the decades.
In an age of information abundance, is quality being buried at the expense of internet junk?
Who needs the (subscribed) reader? An internet punditry manifesto through the lens of music review revisionism.