__/ [Jim Carlock] on Saturday 18 February 2006 21:22 \__
>> Pardon me for this jibberish... __searchengineoneohone__.
> The following searches fail to find anything on Google (COPY and
> PASTE the following lines into the google search bar, then REMOVE
> the trailing double-underscores to display the failures):
> As long as you attach a double-underscore to anything you post,
> and then remember some keywords, it could work to your advantage
> if you want to find something specific in the future, so perhaps that's
> some good news.
> Jim Carlock
> Post replies to the group.
I fail to grasp how it would work to one's advantage. Unique terms have their
value because they are separable, but here you suggest using them as
I remember when one of the guys in AISE experimented with the meaning and
impact of quotes. It seemed rather unpredictable and fuzzy.
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