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them over the last few days, and decided we’d put them side by side to see if any interesting patterns emerged. Note that Bing’s results are US only (and Yahoo’s exclude other English-speaking properties) so we’re including Google’s US results for the most apples-to-apples comparison. Before we draw any conclusions, it’s important to note that the methods employed are neither consistent between search engines, nor are they scientific to begin with. Aside from the obvious removal of porn and other NSFW related queries, the search engines generally ignore items that are always popular in favor ...
The meat of the book is based on practical experience, not just things that seem right to the author, but things he has tried, and generally with success What I don’t like about this book: * $95, this should be a $25 list book available for $15 on Amazon and $9.99 Kindle * Sloppy argument and editing, to the point that some passages are not intelligible (doubly annoying in view of the first criticism) * Lack of appreciation for other people’s thought, which leads to missing useful links An example of the sloppiness (and there are many) is on page 21, “The key to the ... Read More
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Stephen Wolfram discusses Wolfram|Alpha: Computational Knowledge Engine
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