Google Search with 'desk ornament' typed in image results in Nazi images

Search results for ‘desk ornament’ show images of Nazi memorabilia across Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo

Multiple search engines show the same results.

On Jul 1, 2022 by Siobhan Ball

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Master the art of SEO with this $18 online course

Quit Googling how to be better at Google.

On Jun 1, 2017 by The Daily Dot Bazaar

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‘Battle Hymn of the Digital Publisher’: a media epic in verse

This is what they must have meant / When they spoke of 'shareable content.'

On Sep 11, 2015 by Dave Infante

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The outsider genius of microstock photography

Welcome to the weirdest, most wonderful art gallery on the Web.

On Apr 14, 2015 by Madeline Gobbo

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Michael Chabon whitesplains Kendrick Lamar’s new single in record time

The celebrated novelist and Pulitzer Prize winner took it upon himself to translate Kendrick Lamar for a (lame) audience.

On Feb 10, 2015 by Miles Klee

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How to gain a million followers on Twitter without really trying

I didn't realize the consequences of being listed in the recommended users column until they happened to me.

On Oct 24, 2014 by Michele Catalano

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I applied to be Wu-Tang’s unpaid social media intern

No college credit, either.

On Jun 25, 2014 by Miles Klee

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On Twitter, fake friends can have real benefits

On social media, it is easy to mistake popularity for credibility.

On Jun 9, 2014 by [email protected]

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Is the White House using sponsored Google searches to troll Russia? appears to have purchased keywords that lead to a sponsored link slamming Russia's president.

On Jun 2, 2014 by Tim Sampson

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Why we retweet

Retweets have morphed into much more than just “here’s what I like”—which is a good thing for users and for Twitter.

On Apr 27, 2014 by [email protected]

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Uber villain racks up $50K in credit—then blows it all with a bad review

Blake Jareds enjoyed the (free) ride of his life—till it came to a screeching halt.

On Apr 10, 2014 by Miles Klee

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Can Vox win the news by being a better Wikipedia?

Ezra Klein, formerly of the Washington Post, launched his “explain the news” website over the weekend.

On Apr 7, 2014 by E.A. Weiss

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SEO spammers’ last-ditch efforts to save themselves

Google is cracking down, and now spammers have a problem. It takes some balls to do what they’re doing to me.

On Apr 6, 2014 by [email protected]

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How I nearly lost my 6 figure domain

"[Those] notifications made my heart nearly rip through my chest and splurge out onto the floor in a bloody mess."

On Mar 24, 2014 by [email protected]

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After link scam, RapGenius is back in Google’s good graces

The popular rap lyric database appears to be back in Google search results after Google exiled it for trying to game the system.

On Jan 4, 2014 by Sarah Weber