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Tachyon last edited by
Foun this one via Google News. Just in case we haven't already done this one to death, Daily Fail gives us another example.
See http://www.badscience.net/2009/02/nerdy-fun-with-urls/ for more abuse of this type of thing.
moz1 last edited by
Cnet URLs are better, as you can type in things like this:
TwelveBaud1 last edited by
Methinks you were pointing out that at the time Google indexed it the article had no title either.
Too bad it's already fixed.
Methinks you were pointing out that at the time Google indexed it the article had no title either.If your browser/OS/virtual machine is slow enough, you'll see the 'alleged' title in the title bar of your browser, before being replaced with the correct one.
Pim last edited by
So the page does a refresh. And?