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    It is interesting to see that google is publicly saying that content farms and NON-Unique content will be pushed aside.

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    Doesn't matter what Google publicly claims, I still get BS using them for search.
    When Not to Google: Searches You're Better Off Making Elsewhere

    Funny how everyone and their brother notice the garbage results from Google, yet certain people keep insisting there's nothing wrong.

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    stupid lifehacker, that page is b0rken
    r937.com | rudy.ca | Buy my SitePoint book: Simply SQL
    "giving out my real stuffs"

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    Quote Originally Posted by r937 View Post
    stupid lifehacker, that page is b0rken
    Yeah, I was going to say the same thing. A dirty great sidebar half covering the content.

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    Yes, lifehacker decided to be retarded in two ways:

    1. you need JS on to read the content

    2. you need JS on to read the content. (yeah whoops I copied the URL while not having it on so it's the "wrong" url)

    The URL is different based on whether you have JS on or not... so I just turn CSS off instead of allowing 500 scripts-for-nothing.

    After all, using scripting as a crutch for front-enders who don't know how to build pages is not the future anymore... it's THE APPROVED METHOD OF TODAY.

    In other news, the HTML5 people have brought <u> back after a long meeting involving ceremonial daggers, funeral pyres, virgin sacrifices, hair of dog, eye of newt and a blue moon. He's drooling a little and has a strange quest for brains, but there you have it. Yesterday is today is tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poes
    1. you need JS on to read the content
    Yes, that's one of the main WOW factor selling features of HTML5 didn't you know? };-)

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    Yes, that's one of the main WOW factor selling features of HTML5 didn't you know? };-)
    HTML5 IS JS. Just look at what everyone's calling "neat HTML5 features"... they threw in a <canvas> tag and add in several bazillion kilobytes of scripts. Wow, that HTML5 sure is amazing.

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    Stomme poes, I feel your pain every single day. I moderate each registration now. This is the only thing that works, IMHO.


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