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SPAM: Google Hacked? Spam Sites Infesting Search Results 207

Journal by Jeremiah Cornelius

The Google Watchdog blog is reporting that "Spam and virus sites infesting the Google SERPs in several categories" and speculates, ...Google's own index has been hacked. The circumvention of a guideline normally picked up by the Googlebot quickly is worrisome. The fact that none of the sites have real content and don't appear to even be hosted anywhere is even more scary. How did

Comment: Re:Ugh (Score 1) 256

by ShivanDragon (#18227492) Attached to: When a CGI Script is the Most Elegant Solution
To be fair, one of the web-apps above was basically a Lotus Notes database converted into a web-app, and Lotus Notes has its own enormous GUI blackhole which seems to suck in any good GUI and mutilate it into something frightening.

I agree how Lotus Notes is terrible in converting stuff to the web, But I don't really care. It's perfectly possible to make a good webapp, fast in notes, except for the Rich Text rendering which is terribly annoying :P

look at what people at www.codestore.net or www.openntf.org can do...

Adding features does not necessarily increase functionality -- it just makes the manuals thicker.

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