__/ [Mikkel Møldrup-Lakjer] on Tuesday 30 August 2005 14:00 \__
> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> skrev i en meddelelse
>> They (Matt Mullenweg and affiliates) disguised links to home insurance
>> related stuff at the bottom of each page. The pages that were linked
>> contained SE spam. Either way, Matt expressed his regrets and I felt
>> when I saw him come under fire. He was simply messing with the wrong
> What was the purpose of disguising links? To give PR to those pages?
The visitors were surely interested in a blogging tool and not 150,000 pages
on home insurance et cetera. That's why the links were hidden.
> By the way, I just upgraded my SearchStatus-bar for Firefox to version
> 1.9. It now has a feature which highlights alle re="nofollow" links on
> each page. Excellent tool.
Really?!?! I didn't even know about a new version of it. Thanks for pointing
that out. I'll get it in a minute.
> Before, when I was saying I had Alexis bar installed, I was actually
> talking about the Alexis feature on SearchStatus. Maybe this feature is
> without the spyware of Alexis.
I think that the A9 toolbar is spying on me, but I can't be sure. It sure
keeps track of visited pages and accumulates history if I let it...
Roy S. Schestowitz "Turn up the jukebox and tell me a lie"