Blog Archives for the LSI/LSA category

Mike Marshall Talks SEM Logic

Thanks to Rand for pointing me in the direction of the staff of Fortune Interactive (including Andy Beal, and Mike Marshall). SEM Logic is a brilliant piece of programming done by a guy nice enough to talk to me for 25 minutes even though he […]

Mr. Ploppy’s Monday Tool List – Volume V – Content and Links

You want higher rankings, but you just want to press a magical button and see the traffic roll in. The truth is you’re probably not gonna get anywere near that magic button, so you had better start building two things – content and links. Here’s […]

Applied Semantic Whitepaper

With all the talk of patents and search technology development lately, I wanted to have this to go back and reference. The Applied Semantics White Paper is fairly readable, and definitely worth a good perusing. If you can’t seem to get it, try through the […]

Information Arms Race – SE’s vs. SEO’s

This has been a post I’ve been procrastinating on for quite some time now, but with the release of the most important SEO related document in the last 5 years according to WebGuerrilla, I thought it was about time to forge ahead, and at least […]

Mr. Ploppy’s Monday Tool List – Volume I

So I have a section of this site that is for tools, and I have a ton of tools in my bookmarks. Creative use of tools, afterall, is one of the aspects that makes for a good SEO. I figured I’d make a weekly SEO/ […]

Information Retrieval Research – IDF/ TVT

Inverse Document Frequency/ Term Vector Theory Well, I haven’t had as much chance I would like to do research on this latest update, but I did see Jake mention IDF in this post at SEW (which also has a ton of other good information (msg […]

Welcome to Latent Sementic Indexing Hell

“Welcome to LSI hell, folks” – BakedJake – So the last thing was pretty worthless, so I figured I’d take a little time and comment on the new bane of SEO existence. It isn’t really NEW per se…we’re just starting to see it in […]