Last year, I complained that internet search was being polluted by a lot of worthless affiliate marketing sites. My suggestion then was to start by naming the beast. My good friend Roger Shepherd just pointed out a site that actually does something to deal with the problem.
Give me back my Google is very simple. It functions like a Spam blacklist in that it just adds to your search string a list of sites that you do not want results from. You can register more sites to blacklist at the GmbmG web site.
I have even used the site in anger to research HD radio, and I can thoroughly recommend it. (On HD radio, no one has a product that I want and the products that they do have are not yet affordable.)
Sunday, October 22, 2006
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Richard, if you have any suggestions for improvement, the developer is keen to hear them: email@example.com
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