If people mistype my web address (ww.example.com), and Comcast shows them an ad, Comcast sends me part of the proceeds, right?
because Comcast is making money off of my brand name...
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If it's not the same for you, what was your Global Sources link?
I don't see global sources in the first page anymore
Bing's results compared to google's side-by-side don't look all that different.
Even without the spam, the websites are kinda crappy, which is par for the construction industry.
Anyone know of open-source projects for controlling these things?
from earlier post http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki/Main_Page
eh, then why does that last one say
"You will need Flash Player 8 (or higher) to view this website."
They need better r&d and testing.
See "The R&D issue"
Hurd, shifting now into a mock dialogue with an HP researcher: "'You know, Bill Hewlett is calling us from the heavens, saying, Spend more on R&D.' And I'm like, 'Guys, I'm glad Bill's calling, but I've got a few questions before we take the call.'"
This is what happens when you try to engineer something with teams around the world.
This is what happens when you try to engineer something without engineers.
I bet dollars to doughnuts that they just design the package and are having problems with the cell manufacturers.
I bet dollars to doughnuts that when they slap their logo on the battery and sell it as their own, they're liable.
One group of kids even discovered I was in there and thought it was 'funny' to throw stuff at me.
It was funny to throw stuff at you
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