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Google Blog Search. Now in lowercase.

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Someone at google got all lcase() happy. Most of the results returned from Google’s Blog search are being converted to all lowercase. I first noticed it early this morning when all my saved vanity searches started showing up as new in my feed reader. My reader shows me a wiki-like diff of changes to feed items, so it was rather obvious.

Mr Google Marketing
November 16, 2006 3:41 PM

From time to time it seems, Google does not even know for themselves what is better for the searchengines and what is bad. Ask them about subdirectories and subdomains and every Google employee will give you a different answer.

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