Louis Gray snapped a photo of a Tesla at the GooglePlex, main Google offices. The license plate is SKYPE. Yep - the company Microsoft owns. What was it doing there? I have no idea. … [Read more...] about Spotted At GooglePlex: A SKYPE License Plate On Tesla
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At one of the new Google buildings at the GooglePlex campus in Mountain View, California, they have a new section where they hang license plates from various US states. I am not sure why? Maybe it is near the Google Maps street view stuff? … [Read more...] about Google Building License Plate Art
“I felt using the infinity symbol was the best way to represent the ‘car of the future.’” Department Director Bruce Breslow said. “The unique red plate will be easily recognized by the public and law enforcement and will be used only for licensed autonomous test vehicles. When there comes a time that vehicle manufactures market autonomous vehicles to the public, that infinity symbol will appear on a green license plate. … [Read more...] about Nevada Approves Google Auto-Driving Cars, Issues “AU” Plates With Infinity Symbol
Specialist in Housing Credit Management (SHCM): This certification is for management professionals involved with properties developed and operated under the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. It’s developed by the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA). … [Read more...] about Top Licenses & Certifications for Property Management
In particular, if you are using a CMS system that is used by many others, and the CMS uses display: none in some of the ways discussed above, I doubt you’ll have a problem. What you want to stay away from is custom and exotic new ways to use display: none. They might be neat coding tricks, and fun to learn, but they will increase your exposure to potential negative reaction by a search engine. … [Read more...] about Is Hiding Content With “Display: None” Legitimate SEO?