Brett_Tabke - 12:33 am on Jun 28, 2010 (gmt 0)
> their bot would have to have been able to
> The Honorable Mister Cutts confirmed this saying they
> "could" do it, but they "presently did not".
No no no. He said they could "scan" or "parse" the text, but not execute it. Looking for http: in the code is easy - executing complex js (often obfuscated to death like facebooks) is something else entirely.
> I'd say there's more then enough out there about
> google executing data on the fly.
No there is not - there is nothing out there about them executing code until g/io. Nothing in their blog posts, or from SEO's anywhere on the net that I can see. Again, scanning js for http or www is childsp lay - executing that code is entirely different. Looked at some of Facebooks code lately? GoogleBot is now executing it. That started q4 last year just before Pubcon.