Items tagged with search

Related tags: movabletype atomz folksonomy rss ajax

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Link buyers get slapped by Google

October 25, 2007 - 427 words
Link buying and other unscrupulous search engine gaming techniques have started to catch up with sites.
Also tagged as: google searchengines spam textlinkads

Tack-it

March 31, 2006 - 138 words
A local biotech company is hiring a "Web 2.0 developer" to build internal and...
Also tagged as: ajax digitalphotography domain folksonomy lucene mailmerge osx rssoverload simplelinks software tackit tagging touchstone web20

Feedster feeds

February 3, 2006 - 72 words , 3 comments
Feedster’s core features are rotting.
Also tagged as: feedster rss thisisbroken

Atomz stupidity

June 18, 2003 - 376 words , 9 comments
Atomz is a great search engine, but their sales and marketing people need a reality check. When you outgrow their free service, your only paid option starts at $15,000.
Also tagged as: atomz marketing

Related Entries Revisited

May 1, 2003 - 807 words , 57 comments
A better way to create a list of related blog entries using MySQL fulltext indexes and the MTSQL plugin. Includes a complete technical overview of how the solution works and performance considerations.
Also tagged as: fulltext movabletype mtsql mysql plugins relatedentries

Smart searching

April 23, 2003 - 86 words
A helpful search engine finds what you wanted, even if it’s not what you asked for.
Also tagged as: switchboard usability

Automatic Keywords

November 26, 2002 - 329 words , 6 comments
The problem with machine generated metadata is that it’s not always accurate.
Also tagged as: keywords movabletype

Search box patterns

September 9, 2002 - 68 words
A thorough analysis of search interfaces.
Also tagged as: design pattern

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