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Archive for the 'Search Engines' Category

Oracle, Link Rot, and the Library of Alexandria

by @ Wednesday, February 13th, 2008. Filed under Grumbles, Search Engines

The Internet isn’t our modern version of the Library of Alexandria, Brewster Kahle’s Internet Archive is closer in spirit to that ancient centre of knowledge. link rot Over time, especially Internet time, web links break. It’s a part of the natural changing order of things. But the Portable Consultant is particularly sorry to see knowledge, […]

You’re more famous than you think when you check the sponsored link!

by @ Wednesday, November 14th, 2007. Filed under Search Engines, YukYuks

Feeling unappreciated? …or just unknown? Try searching on your name and take note of the sponsored links! Sponsored links based on your search keywords can turn anyone, or any thing, into a hot web commodity. Cheers, -pmh ps: These are from, a useful meta search engine. Sponsored Links Consultants Looking For Consultants? Review And […]

Crawl all over me now, Baby!

by @ Wednesday, November 22nd, 2006. Filed under Search Engines

XML sitemaps protocol adopted by major search engines XML sitemaps (as opposed to the graphical or people-readable list sitemaps) are a way for search engines to index web pages more easily/efficiently… Google has been using them for a while and now Yahoo and MSN have agreed to come on board. The assumption is that if […]

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