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__/ [Ed] on Friday 10 February 2006 20:55 \__
> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
>> via Digg:
>> "Yahoo Offering Huge Benefits if You Use their Search Engine
>> Unlimited Email storage, Netflix Discount, Frequent Flyer Miles, No
>> Yahoo! Mail ads, all if you use Yahoo as your primary search engine.
>> This might get me to switch...."
> I cant see why. The only reason I can see to switch is if it got me better
> results (Either more accurate, or with less hunting). All the rest of that
> is fluff. The only thing that really matters with a search engine is "Does
> it produce results I can use".
That opinion was not mine (though I am aware that you know it already).
Using the wrong tool for the job only for ideological reason or laziness
is never a smart step. As long as Google delivers the best results, I will
use Google. As long as Linux is the most functional, simplest, safest, and
most stable O/S, I will not look elsewhere either. I tried many other op-
erating systems, as well as search engines. Everything you do tends to be
slower and less reliable elsewhere, even when demonstrated by an
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