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Comment: Re:Google doesn't, but it's possible (Score 1) 180

by aaronwormus (#18314359) Attached to: Googlebot and Document.Write
If google were to index javascript, they would probably create their own interpreter which only interpreted content that was meaningful to a search engine.

If googlebot had to interpret every fade-in menu and every roll-over effect it would take substantially more resources for google to crawl the web. Googlebot would also be vulnerable to malicious scripts - or scripts built to waste its time.
Google

+ - BBC strikes Google-YouTube deal

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twofish
twofish writes "Google's YouTube video site will soon be showing content from the BBC in a deal announced today. Content will include adverts, clips from popular programs and news items. The deal is likely to be controversial, particularly since the BBC is paid for by a compulsory tax system (the license fee) rather than through advertising or subscription"
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+ - Vista Brute Force Keygen

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Miasik.Net
Miasik.Net writes "It seems that there's a script on the loose which can generate valid Vista keys. It does it but a brute force approach so the generation can takes days sometimes, but it is reported to work. More trouble for Microsoft because this keygen is capable of generating valid keys for Vista copies already in circulation which haven't been yet activated causing their legitimate users some troubles with WGA."
Education

+ - Conservapedia- 'answer' to Wikipedia?

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harmonk
harmonk writes "Wikipedia has a new foe: evangelical Christians. A website founded by US religious activists aims to counter what they claim is "liberal bias" on Wikipedia, the open encyclopedia which has become one of the most popular sites on the web. The founders of Conservapedia.com say their site offers a "much-needed alternative" to Wikipedia, which they say is "increasingly anti-Christian and anti-American". This was in the Guardian...."

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