10 Jan

Google Gives Preference to HTTPS and Egypt’s Next Museum is Under Water

This Next Web story about Google’s latest move to improve its search results and prioritize safe websites.

“The company started giving HTTPS pages a bump in its rankings last year, but will now seek to ensure these become more standard in search results.”

This Smithsonian Magazine article about a proposed underwater museum showcasing sunken relics in Egypt.

“At the moment, relics are under threat by pollution in the bay, poaching by divers and damage by fishing boat anchors. A museum would help safeguard the remaining relics not only as a physical structure, but also as a protected area that could be monitored.”

photo credit: Egypt – Alexandria – 19-33 via photopin (license)

7 thoughts on “Google Gives Preference to HTTPS and Egypt’s Next Museum is Under Water

  1. One can learn something new here everyday. Im a regular for most of those blogs, but still didnt know about a couple of them.
    Sybille Emmy Buttaro

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