Marissa Mayer / The Official Google Blog:
“This site may harm your computer” on every search result?!?! — If you did a Google search between 6:30 a.m. PST and 7:25 a.m. PST this morning, you likely saw that the message “This site may harm your computer” accompanied each and every search result. This was clearly an error …
Discussion: L.A. Times Tech Blog, BBC, Zero Day, Technologizer, GigaOM, Gizmodo, John Battelle's Searchblog, WebWorkerDaily, Silicon Alley Insider, Network World, Google Enterprise Blog, SmoothSpan Blog, Quick Online Tips, Interactive Marketing Blog, TECH.BLORGE.com, blogs.chron.com, Lifehacker, Computerworld Blogs, Ars Technica, AltSearchEngines, ReadWriteWeb, Search Marketing Gurus, TheNextWeb.com, Pocket-lint.co.uk, CircleID, SANS Internet Storm Center …, Mashable!, Google Operating System, Neowin.net, tech.slashdot.org, UMBC ebiquity, John Palfrey, Workbench, Connecting the Dots, p2pnet, deal architect and Traffick, Thanks:clank86
Chris Gaither / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Google mistakenly warns that search results ‘may harm your computer’
Ryan Naraine / Zero Day: Google blames ‘human error’ for search ‘malware’ hiccup
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Google: The Web is Dangerous! All of It! Bwahahahahahahahahahah!
Dan Nosowitz / Gizmodo: Google Explains the Site-Wide Mistake: “Human Error”
John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog: We Must Remove Pesky Humans From This Equation
Google Blogoscoped / Network World: Google: Every Site May Harm Your Computer
Rishi Chandra / Google Enterprise Blog: This morning's spam filter issue
Michael W. Jones / TECH.BLORGE.com: Google temporarily marks all Web sites as dangerous
Kevin Purdy / Lifehacker: Google Marked Every Site as “Harmful” This Morning
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols / Computerworld Blogs: Google search snafu fixed, explained
Charles S. Knight / AltSearchEngines: What's Your Favorite Non-Google Search Engine?
Lidija Davis / ReadWriteWeb: Human Error Causes Google's ‘Epic Fail’
Y.M. Ousley / Search Marketing Gurus: Are cookies eating Google results?
Stuart Miles / Pocket-lint.co.uk: Google explains search outage
John Bambenek / SANS Internet Storm Center, InfoCON: Google Search Engine's Malware Detection Broken, (Sat, Jan 31st)
Pete Cashmore / Mashable!: Google Blames Human Error for Malware Warning Mistake
Rogers Cadenhead / Workbench: Visiting this Web Site May Harm American Thinker
Steve Borsch / Connecting the Dots: Oops...Google is Broken
Andrew Goodman / Traffick: Google Red-Faced...And Me, Too — You know a glitch is bad …
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Google Flags Whole Internet As Malware — We're not quite sure what's going on, but a couple of minutes ago any search result from Google started being flagged as malware with a message stating “This site may harm your computer”. Including Google's own websites as you can see above.
Discussion: CNET News, GeekBrief.TV, Guardian, Search Engine Land, The Register, Gawker, The iPhone Blog, Kevin Restivo's Tech Blog, TheNextWeb.com, Download Squad, Technosailor.com, Speeds and feeds, CloudAve, MYBLOG by Ouriel, TeleRead, Zoli's Blog, Terry Heaton's PoMo Blog, Zero Day and Computerworld Blogs, Thanks:sampad
Natalie Weinstein / CNET News: Google warns entire Internet is malware
Cali Lewis / GeekBrief.TV: Breaking: What's the Matter with Google?
Caroline Davies / Guardian: Google blacklists entire internet
Cade Metz / The Register: Google mistakes entire web for malware
Joshua Stein / Gawker: Momentary Google Search Weirdness Sends Shockwaves Through Blogging Community
Rene Ritchie / The iPhone Blog: UPDATED: FIXED! Google Search Broken? …
Kevin Restivo / Kevin Restivo's Tech Blog: GOOGLE MAY HARM YOUR COMPUTER: I CAN RELATE!
Aaron Brazell / Technosailor.com: Google Blows Up, Suggests the Internet is Harmful
Peter Glaskowsky / Speeds and feeds: Google taking security a little too seriously?
Zoli Erdos / CloudAve: Google Advises Against Visiting their Own Pages
Ouriel Ohayon / MYBLOG by Ouriel: Google is dangerous for your computer
Zoli Erdos / Zoli's Blog: The Entire Web is Unsafe to Browse, Says Google
Terry Heaton / Terry Heaton's PoMo Blog: They'll be talking about it for years... The day Google declared the entire Web malware.
Ryan Naraine / Zero Day: Google flags entire Web as ‘malware’
Eric Lundquist / Computerworld Blogs: Google goes crazy claiming everything is malware
Maxim Weinstein / StopBadware Blog:
Google glitch causes confusion — This morning, an apparent glitch at Google caused nearly every [update 11:44 am] search listing to carry the “Warning! This site may harm your computer” message. Users who attempted to click through the results saw the “interstitial” …
Discussion: PC World, Data Center Knowledge, Security Fix, Hardware 2.0 and F-Secure Antivirus …
Nancy Weil / PC World: Google Bug Vexes Saturday Morning Searches
Rich Miller / Data Center Knowledge: Google Sees Malware Everywhere
Brian Krebs / Security Fix: Google: This Internet May Harm Your Computer
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0: UPDATE x5: Google goes nuts with the “This site may harm your computer” warnings
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Nielsen Deletes Reply-To-All Button — This happened last Tuesday, but we wanted to make sure you're aware that Nielsen management, after years of research, has finally come up with an adequate solution to cluttered e-mail inboxes and inefficiency in office environments …
Discussion: greg hughes and SmoothSpan Blog
Chris Anderson / Wall Street Journal:
The Economics of Giving It Away — In a battered economy, free goods and services online are more attractive than ever. So how can the suppliers make a business model out of nothing? — Over the past decade, we have built a country-sized economy online where the default price is zero — nothing, nada, zip.
Rachel Gordon / San Francisco Chronicle:
BART signs 20-year deal for Wi-Fi — A pilot project testing high-speed Internet access on portions of BART will expand systemwide, allowing people to surf the Web, send e-mail and videoconference when riding the rails or waiting in the stations. — The goal is to outfit the 104 miles …
Discussion: dailywireless.org, Engadget and Wi-Fi Networking News
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Free Wi-Fi for Oregon Commuter Rail
Sean Portnoy / Home Theater:
16:9 wide-screen looks narrow-minded compared to Philips Cinema 21:9 HDTV — It's getting harder to make an HDTV that really stands out, but Philips has gone to great lengths (well, widths) with a new set it's recently unveiled. Forgoing the 16:9 wide-screen aspect ratio most new sets have …
Discussion: DisplayBlog and Engadget
Darren Murph / Engadget: Philips' 56-inch Cinema 21:9 HDTV: not for Americans
Arnold Zafra / Search Engine Journal:
Yahoo to Shut Off Briefcase Online Storage Service — Quite frankly, I already forgot about Yahoo's online storage service despite the fact that it was the first online storage service that I used way back ten years ago. I've used it several times for sharing my scanned photos to my friends online.
Discussion: Download Squad and Webware.com
David Meyer / Webware.com: Yahoo drops its Briefcase
Jim Goldman / Tech Check with Jim Goldman:
Meet Creator of ‘Hero On The Hudson’ Game — So it took some digging, but if you can believe it, I tracked down the team who invented the free game “Hero on the Hudson” and it turns out the company is quite the prolific games developer. Not to mention how successful this particular title has become.
Greg Linden / Geeking with Greg:
How Google crawls the deep web — A googol of Googlers published a paper at VLDB 2008, “Google's Deep-Web Crawl” (PDF), that describes how Google pokes and prods at web forms to see if it can find things to submit in the form that yield interesting data from the underlying database.
Sean Bonner / Los Angeles Metblogs:
Celebs in public and on twitter, how will it end? — This morning I went to Intelligentsia to grab some espresso, which if you follow me on twitter you know is part of my daily routine. When I got there I noticed that a guy at the counter had a cute dog with him, and since my wife Tara …
Discussion: sarahintampa and Dan Blank
Sarah Perez / sarahintampa: Twitter Goes Hollywood
MG Siegler / VentureBeat:
Source: Intel prepping for mass roll-out of Android netbooks — As netbook sales continue to pick up in a struggling world economy, Intel, which makes the Atom processor found in many of those netbooks, is looking towards the future of the market. Specifically, it's looking to pave …
Discussion: CrunchGear, GPS Obsessed, Electronista and GottaBeMobile.com
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile.com: Intel Readying Android Netbooks?