1st April 2008
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I post at SearchCommander.com now, and this post was published 8 years 6 months 29 days ago. This insustry changes FAST, so blindly following the advice here *may not* be a good idea! If you're at all unsure, feel free to hit me up on Twitter and ask.

Mark this date down in history, because Google is getting really ambitious today. First they rolled out the ability to search future Web content,  which is really slick. Although currently its active only in Australia, It will work on all .com domains,  including my own, so I was able to easily take care of my blog posts for the next 90 days.

Next, they announced Project Virgle, which is a joint venture with Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group to establish a permanent settlement on Mars.   Again, make note of this date, April 1, 2008, because it’s not something you’re going to read every day.

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    4 Responses to Google Makes History – Again

    1. April says:

      Wow, not sure what to make of it. Looked at the info and it doesn’t make an awful lot of sense to me!

    2. Jason says:

      Very sweet, the internet of the future!

    3. Julie Davis says:

      Happy April Fools Day!

    4. Scott says:

      Yeah Jason it’s truly amazing. I had no idea what I was going to write about for my site, as well as for a few client sites, but using that new Google tool, it was a snap!

      And the partnership with Virgin is brilliant. My 11-year-old actually filled out the application this morning hoping to show Google that he has “the right stuff”, but he got stuck at the end because he didn’t have a video ready to send. 😉

      April this really doesn’t make sense?
      Did you see this too?

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