I don't get the hype that has to surround everything on the internet. Control the number of posts that appear on the front page, search results, and author, category, tag, and date archives, independent of each other, including specific archives. I will not kill you. Allows a user to export the search results from the current query to a CSV format. Empirical Mode Decomposition 1. Dakotadusk, I think you summed up Turbo10 quite nicely.
Alright, so I do a search for Radiohead, and the band's official website isn't listed in the top ten. Nor are any of the great fan websites. Do the same on Google , and you'll get the official website and four fan websites on the firstpage. You should never take anything you read on the Reg to heart.. I'll just say that it specifically doesn't work when you type in quotes or logical operators, since it doesn't use them.
What it is useful for, that I've found, is searching thorugh specialized search engines, what it calls the 'deep net'.
It dug up a few papers on FPGA synthesis theory that google never found. I posted the Reg link as a bit of an RTFM, since it explains the quotes thing in the first paragraph or so, as well as going into detail on how it actually works. Right, it's still cool they are working on a deep linking solution. Problem is you have to define which sites to deep link too with a limit of 10 sites which makes it hard to do data exploration you have to really know what your looking for and where to find it.
I got results sets. Not very good ones, though. That's one of the saddest UI implementations of a search engine I've seen.
In order to force users to go through their "click1. Every mention I've seen of this thing in the press has been of the sort of breathless "they're giving Google a run for their money" type of thing.
I guess nobody ever tried using it. They'll be out of business by September. On second thought, I'd rather say that Turbo10 is flat Sprite with globs of snot floating in it. The thing is, if you have a clear idea of what you're looking for, you can already get the results you want on the first page of Google by using logical operators and quotes. See below for a detailed explanation. The five levels of the vertical axis represent the relative value of a given name, ranked from a low of 0 value to a max of 5.
The Value ranking is of course subjective, but it is derived from factors such as how engaging a name is with its target audience; how many layers of meaning, story, myth, metaphor, imagery the name has; associations, imagery, multiple layers; how memorable the name is; and how differentiated from the competition the name is.
Descriptive names are purely descriptive of what a company or product does or its function. They might also take the form of an acronym or the names of the company founders. This category of names includes the purely invented, the morphemic mash-up, and foreign words that are not widely known to English speakers. At their best, Invented names can be poetic, rhythmic and ripe for investing with the soul of a brand think Google.
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