From: Eugene Leitl (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Aug 30 2000 - 23:35:23 PDT
Seriously, hiding of content in database-backed websites is a serious
problem. Why can't each database associate the URI (a DB query string)
for each indexable object with an up-to-date full-text index, and
leave the thing in a specified location, for the web spiders to pick
Adam L. Beberg writes:
> The search engines ignore the 549 billion pages of porn, pages about
> people's pet cats, and database dumped content.
> The web is alot like the genome, huge amounts of data, very little that
> does anything or is new enough to be relivant.
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