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Re: Googling:Google Meta Bugs
From: Aditya Sood <zeroknock () metaeye org>
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 20:37:15 +0530

Aditya Sood wrote:
Dave "No, not that one" Korn wrote:
Aditya Sood wrote:

This post deals with the googling effects that google provide with its
search engine.
  You just invented a new phrase that does not exist in any dictionary. 
What are "googling effects"?  And how did you expect everyone else in the 
world to know a private phrase you just made up in your own head?

Since in searching algorithms the metacharacters are
handled with proper filtering techniques which we have not seen it in
google.Already explanation given to google but i think they are
getting googled not to handled these unexceptional searches.What we
call it.
  That was just plain gibberish.

  No, those aren't explanations, they are *examples*.  You completely forgot 
to say anything at all about what is supposed to happen.

Well Only GOOGLE can give the answer.
  No, only YOU can tell us what on earth you're talking about.

Hey what ever you suppose to.

Well if google has accepted it so better you should too.

Check Down : Response from google"
Well i dont want to say anything more about nerd talk.
Better to accept new stuff ok not stoic


Original Message ----------------------------

Subject: Re: [#55295087] Flaw In Google Search Engine

From: security-external () google comDate: Fri, April 28, 2006 11:38 amTo: "Aditya Sood" <Aditya () Metaeye Org


Thank you for your note. Please rest assured that Google never inserts jokes or sends messages by changing theorder 
of its results. Occasionally, when a particular website is the subject of public attention, other sites beginlinking 
to it. This may elevate its importance as gauged by our ranking software, which assigns a PageRankvalue based in part 
on who links to a given page. Higher ranking in Google results may lead to moreawareness, which may lead to more 
links and so on.One side effect of not using an editorial viewpoint to determine the ranking of results is that 
anomaliesoccasionally occur. We view such occasions as opportunities for us to learn more about how the web worksand 
how to improve our algorithms for all searches in the future.Regards,The Google Team

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