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   Re: [xml-dev] Is google a conceptual graph engine?

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Thanks, this is very interesting. I have seen the "weapons of mass
destruction". That "humor" I thought was worth a look, and i felt it might
go down in importance. It still is the topmost..

I had heard of link farms; or a cyclic set of links from a set of pages.
But using blogs is interesting. Do these pages stay on top for a long

Also, if I search for "camping in grand canyon", I might be as interested
in people's experiences and blogs, as much as the information from the
official camping resources site..??

Anyways, thanks for pointing these.. There exist folks who test services
to their limits..

best regards,

On Mon, 6 Oct 2003, Jonathan Robie wrote:

> At 01:22 PM 10/6/2003, Mike Champion wrote:
> >--- Murali Mani <mani@CS.UCLA.EDU> wrote:
> >
> > > Main thing is: it is difficult to get your page
> > > ranked highly by doing
> > > tricks..
> > >
> > > Note; Can someone seen any case when even page rank
> > > can be fooled? I do
> > > not remember having seen anything..
> >
> >See http://www.google-watch.org/gaming.html
> The above URL lists an example based on the search term 'french military
> victories'. My current favorite involves the phrase 'weapons of mass
> destruction'. Enter that into Google, with or without the quotes, and hit
> the "I'm feeling lucky" button.
> Jonathan


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