Before I point you to this new search engine, let me ask you: don’t let me use it. Don’t let me sign up for it. You’ll never see me again. When it comes to obscure Internet searches I am like a Lab with a tennis ball. From The Next Web: ‘Digle’ wants to gamify search for uber-specific queries. “UK startup ‘Digle’ wants to change the way we search for hyper-specific queries. Rather than digging in and sorting through pages of un-optimized sites, Digle gives you the option to hand the task off to someone else. These ‘Finders’ are then tasked with the grunt work in exchange for badges, higher positions on the leaderboard, and credits — which are redeemable for cash.”
Search Engine Journal: How To Find Anyone’s Email Address In 60 Seconds Or Less “You need to develop personal connections with influencers, regardless of whether you work in PR or SEO, it’s always the same. But finding the right person’s email address can be a draining, time-consuming task. Who has time for that? Well, actually, it’s not so difficult, or time-consuming. In this post, I’m going to walk you through the exact step-by-step process our agency uses to find (almost) anyone’s email address, in 60 seconds or less!”
Have you seen this new guide featured on Global Voices? It’s an extensive guide to conducting open source resource on the Russian Internet. “This research project by Aric Toler, a contributor at RuNet Echo and Bellingcat, will create a series of guides, tutorials, and walkthroughs on understanding and conducting open-source research on the Russian-language Internet (RuNet). The primary focus of the project will be providing instruction on the nuances of Russia.” These guides are intended for users who have little or no Russian. There are seven so far, the earliest being published in October and the most recent published yesterday.