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Matt Cutts

Matt Cutts

I'm the head of the webspam team at Google.
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New blog post: a book review of Skinner, by @CharlieHuston:
"What's that smell?" "Vegetables." "Does it smell kind of evil to you?" "No, that's just how vegetables smell." "Huh."
Last night I wrote about nailing dial tone moments before pursuing magical moments:
What four cities in the United States do you think matter the most?
Mountain View, Palo Alto, Sunnyvale and Menlo Park. - Louis Gray
Sleep is a waste of time and unproductive. - Louis Gray
I wrote about nailing dial tone moments before pursuing magical moments:
RT @Oatmeal: Dear @SenTedCruz, I'm going to explain to you how Net Neutrality ACTUALLY works
" 'Net Neutrality' is Obamacare for the Internet." <--said Ted Cruz, unironically. Wild to see Cruz burn bridges with many tech-savvy folks.
The White House strongly supports net neutrality: Joins a record number of public comments:
RT @WhiteHouse: I'm urging the @FCC to keep the internet open and free. Here's my plan to protect #NetNeutrality for everyone: –bo
Some thoughts on choosing the right ecosystem for your data:
Just fyi if you need to moderate a big batch of WordPress comments all at once, look under "Screen Options" in the top right.
RT @FioraAeterna: I was wrong. some software licenses -are- just better than others
Backlog of 14,000 blog comments to process. WordPress' Bulk Actions only lets you mark 20 at a time as spam. @photomatt?
RT @Publici: PricewaterhouseCoopers negotiated deals in Luxembourg to secure tax relief for hundreds of corporations #luxleaks
I wrote a book review of "Skinner":
RT @quinnnorton: "Against Productivity" An essay that took me four years to write, and was worth every minute.
Here are 9 simple tips to get your personal finances in great shape:
Gorgeous, silvery full moon light right now. On nights like this in Kentucky, I'd grab my best friend and go for a walk in the not so dark.
I just did a new blog post with some non-obvious tips for runners:
In case you missed it, I wrote a blog post with feedback for @Active:
If you take the paper handles off Google (Shopping) Express bags, they make excellent cat toys.
RT @ftrain: I wrote this big, complex thing about grieving and old computers. I honestly have no idea.
Google releases an open-source tool to help test and secure SSL:
You know what's better than a prestigious-but-fake postal address? Not jumping up and down in front of me shouting "I spam! I'm a spammer!"
Spammy guest blog service, not a good idea to invoke my name on Quora, causing Quora to email me. I enjoyed your paper-thin virtual address.
Find your closest voting location in 15 seconds:
Another new blog post for my 30 day writing challenge, "This is what bonking is like":
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