Archive for May 2007
Real programmers programs never work right the first time. But if you throw them on the machine they can be patched into working in only a few 30-hours debugging sessions.
There are scams and there are meta scams-
Meanwhile, during our investigation we discovered that you are among the victims, and for this invent I was directed to inform you by the Federal Government of Nigeria that you have been compensated with the sum of $9million which a certified bank draft has been issued in your name.
Therefore, you are advised to contact the personal adviser to the president on financial maters MR MARTHINS JOE on his direct Email: (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Not that it bothers me, but mails like this aren’t even funny anymore, my only interest being hilarity of it.
Useful feature especially when you need to widen email body, which is pretty often. If only gmail lets me do that without having to resort to greasemonkey.
However this piece on Yahoo! Search Blog is welcome news
webmasters can now mark parts of a page with a ‘robots-nocontent’ tag which will indicate to our crawler what parts of a page are unrelated to the main content and are only useful for visitors.
If the trend catches on, and becomes a standard (has to get Google’s support), it would be greatly helpful.