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"Every month or so, Google makes changes to try to stop the cheating. This is called the Google Dance. And occasionally it carries out a fairly major overhaul. The latest happened in November and is known as the Florida Update. It's this which has caused the anger and bewilderment among web users."
I've noticed that there's far, far fewer pages returned when I search for "Steve Hooker" It used to return over 24,000 now it's just 7,400.
I think they're doing it for advert money, rather than to stop
people cheating. After all they're the biggest and best but don't
actually earn much out of searching. [Related:] How to profit from google ads
"Instead of the usual "bring bring", its customers will be able to select hits from the likes of Kylie or Busted."
Costs a pound to sign up and £1.50 each tune. All this sounds quite expensive to me. But, I've never ever bought a ring tone, so I guess this isn't for me.
"The RIAA said it planned to file another 41 lawsuits this week and would warn another 90 users that they may be sued"
From the makers of Right Wing News (Conservative News and Views)
I'd forgotten that there were so many warblogs.
|"As powerful and useful as they are, floats can make for tricky
layout tools. Chances are that you may have seen something like the
situation shown in Figure 1, which is accomplished with just two div
elements, each with a floated image inside it."|
Dead useful this will be for me in a week or so. I've been trying to figure out how to add news items without the containing table, but all my efforts have resulted in over hanging images, just like their figure 1 (left).