tedster - 4:03 am on Jul 1, 2010 (gmt 0)
sculpt a site without using rel=nofollow
Always the best - and webmasters who put 100 navigation links in their basic template are NOT getting the message about what their visitors want, to say nothing of Google.
But I still think rel=nofollow comes in handy for print pages (no, I don't always want to develop a separate print CSS file or use X-Robots directives for PDF files!), feeds (just as Matt was doing last year) and a few other doo-dads from time to time. Not for PR sculpting purposes, but just for keeping the extraneous site collateral out of the SERPs.