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Progressive Web Apps: The New Standard For Mobile Search? by @ChuckPrice518

Congratulations – you survived Mobilegeddon and the recent introduction of the “Mobile First Index.” So what are you doing to prepare for Mobile 2.0? This article delves into the future of mobile and whether or not PWA is the future or just more Google hype.The post Progressive Web Apps: The New Standard For Mobile Search? by @ChuckPrice518 appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Hubble telescope photo of a spooky dead star will creep you out

A dead star takes on a ghostly green pallor in a new photo taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. The image, released conveniently in time for Halloween, reveals the remains of a star that exploded years ago as a supernova in the Crab Nebula, 6,500 light-years from Earth, leaving behind a “tell-tale heart,” according to NASA. SEE ALSO: Dazzling Video Shows Nebula Expanding Over 12 Years “The ‘heart’ is the crushed core of the exploded star,” NASA said in a statement.  “Called a neutron star, it has about the same mass as the sun but is squeezed into an ultra-dense sphere that is only a few miles across and 100 billion times stronger than steel. The tiny powerhouse is the bright star-like object near the center of the image.” Read more…More about Astronomy, Space Photos, Stars, Hubble Space Telescope, and Nasa

Reddit Breaks Up With Imgur, Releases Its Own Image Uploading Tool by @SouthernSEJ

This week Reddit announced it will be moving away from its integration with Imgur and introduce its own image uploading tool. At first the beta feature will only be available to select communities/sub-Reddits. “Today, we are partnering with mods to launch native image hosting in beta to 16 default communities across Reddit, followed by 50 more next week. In this iteration, native image hosting will support single image and gif uploads” Reddit’s new tool is actually slightly less capable than Imgur. The new tool allows you to upload images up to 20 MB in size, and GIFs up to 100 […]The post Reddit Breaks Up With Imgur, Releases Its Own Image Uploading Tool by @SouthernSEJ appeared first on Search Engine Journal.