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Google gone elgooG

 
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Google changed their UI today and people don't seem to like it. I don't use Google a lot,Google preferring the notion of people trundling,structuring and serving information up.
elgooG typing in hcnaravaj.
[ March 29, 2004: Message edited by: HS Thomas ]
 
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HST,
how many times you search google per day. I am just curious......
 
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I don't a lot. Just wondered whether the UI has changed or not ?
otatop gives better search drama.
You Say Potato And I Say Otatop.

I 've just come to know that Google props up Yahoo in some way : - google powered Yahoo.
Instead of prop the actual wording was something else.
How concerned must one be ?
[ March 29, 2004: Message edited by: HS Thomas ]
 
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google won't be propping up yahoo for long.
Yahoo is developing their own search engine to compete with google. As is microsoft.
 
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Google is searching for some people in Bangalore,India.They have posted fictitious resumes ,they want similar people:have alook and see how many qualify:
Pavan Pleasant
Madhu
Anuradha
In all cases ,zip codes are wrong
 
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Neat. If ya need to *know* the gender of who some text was written by , here's a handy tool
Gender Genie
Those CVs are those of a female, male and male.
Question is : Do the names correspond ?
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1)Pavan Pleasant : first name is of male,pleasant is ofcourse fictitious last name.
2)Madhu Coolre:Madhu appears both in Male and Female,Coolre again fictitious .
3)Anuradha Aravalli: This is female.
 
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Perhaps a female , male and male wrote the fictitious CVs.
Un idee.
Put your own CVs through and see if it works. Those who have weak CVs ( read female-ish ) can bolster some keywords to make them strongly worded ( read male-ish).
 
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