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July 15, 2010

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Mark@Life Insurance

I have read a blog a while ago and a guy was saying that he attended one of the meetings of Google and they were talking about search tactic and how different the results will be with just a single letter even the capitalization has effects.

JB

"The NYT seems to be under the horrible misconception that there is an "editorial policy" guiding algorithm tweaks."

Pure projection. They are keenly aware of their "editorial policy" guiding "news" tweaks.

Regan Marye

For a reputable institution, I can hardly believe that they've made that statement. I do however find it funny that people would want to regulate something that is so definite as an algorithm, and turn it into something biased. That sort of defeats its whole purpose.

status sms

I do however find it funny that people would want to regulate something that is so definite as an algorithm, and turn it into something biased. That sort of defeats its whole purpose.

e urdu point

That sort of defeats its whole purpose.

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