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But, they've added a customisation section, I've deleted sport, since this isn't news in my book and added a blog section. That is, I can now do searches in news papers the world over for references to the word 'blog.'
This reminds me of Netscapes RSS news page back in '98 or was that '99? Where you could add feeds from those who had RSS feeds, which wasn't many then. It's also like my searches with PubSub in my aggregators.
[Update:] I've added some more panels, some of which I use in PubSub and other aggregator searches, like Blogdigger. As Google news is only searching newspapers, these aren't bringing in much that's current. Now, if they add in blogs to their reach, this will be a killer. Really!
Shudder! Yip, I've suffered from f-f-float drop. It's a bastard. Where it comes from, how to get rid of it? It can make an afternoon disappear into the late, late nights. I hope, if I print this article and say all the magic words I'll save myself weeks, and bloody weeks.
Actually, I don't really care about Google. But I do care that when reading many of the nationals or internationals like The Guardian or The Register that they articles they speak of are not linked to.
Perhaps now with the advent of rel=noFollow these newspapers WILL link. I doubt it. I think the "less off site linking as possible" rule will still apply. No, it'll still be blogs who trade links freely.
There is some evidence that some browsers mask their identity but not that many to really influence this chart, and if I remember from wayback, it was usually MSIE pretending to be Netscape.
Sad that Mozilla is still so low.
|1. MSIE 6.x||39945828||(80%)|
|2. MSIE 5.x||4569062||(9%)|
|4. Netscape 5.x||1101858||(2%)|
|7. Netscape 7.x||389338||(1%)|
|8. Opera x.x||351607||(1%)|
In all the blogs in all the world...
All you need to do is include the rel=noFollow in a link, and Google will ignore it, though others can click through. Like the below example
<a href = "http://astonVilla.blogFootball.com/" rel="nofollow">blogfootball.com</a>
|What the Brits say||What they mean||What the Dutch understand|
Oh, by the way… or,
|The primary purpose of our discussion is…||This is not very important.|
|I hear what you say.||l disagree and do not want to discuss it any further.||He accepts my point of view.|
|With the greatest respect…||I think you are wrong (or a fool).||He is listening to me.|
Most excellent! I hate lock-in. This just goes to prove that if you have a Manila blog, you needn't fear that you're stuck. I'd like to include this script as a page within all myManila blogs. Thus, not only is there an existing download your site page (/downloadMySite/MySite.root), but there will be an export your site to these formats page.
Amazing the stuff I miss. This is from 3 years ago. I found it via Steve Kirks
who found something similar for Radio. When I have a bit of time I'll
play with this a little, I can see a few of my customers using it,
Due to the search engine optimisation tricks employed by the SEO industry, Google is more reticent about adding new sites correctly.
I've certainly seen this lately, brand new sites are there, but only
show for obscure searches, I cannot confirm that it takes 7-8 months to
index correctly. I can confirm that I have been banging my head trying
to get such sites to appear in the expected results.
Told-ya podcasting was-a-coming!
At least this is one of the many definitions. This page is good. Very good. I'm going to spend a lot of time here. There's even a wikipedia page.
However, I wonder at it's effectiveness. Sure, it takes the incentive away, but will this be enough to stop comment spam? There's the point about getting other search engines to do the same, getting all blog technologies and individual blogs to incorporate the feature... Maybe the incentive to comment spam will disappear over time? I wonder how long that will be.
My problem, currently, is with referer spam, though we tell Google not to look at the referer page, still they spam. Their reason, "if I spam a million sites a day, and a handful of links actually increase my Google Page Rank, that has to be worth it, since it cost next to nothing to do, and pays in better search listings."