[time-nuts] new paper on Allan Variance errors
jason at extremeoverclocking.com
Thu Jun 14 16:32:41 EDT 2007
Oh yes, sites like that *soooo* tick me off. If you are not going to make
something publicly accessible, then IMO it shouldn't come up in the Google
search results. However, it is a legitimate tag:
<META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOARCHIVE">
Sticking that on your page will still let spiders crawl it, but (for Google
at least) it will not show a "Cached" link in the search results.
I complain every time to Google (link at bottom of search results page) when
I get a site that does the old bait-n-switch. I think stuff like that is
going to be the downfall of Google (ever tried to search for a part number
and hit a bazillion useless part-miner sites?)
Sorry for the rant... Now back to the regular programming....
> I resemble that remark.
> There's been quite a bit of discussion of how Google will point you to the
> explore web page and show sentence fragments of the actual paper, when the
> paper is not openly available on the web.
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