apauto - 1:16 am on Feb 28, 2011 (gmt 0)
I don't think any mere tweak is going to spot the kind of low value that ehow seems to offer so much of the time. The problem is they do use literate writers who create grammatical sentences and paragraphs. The pages do have semantic variety. The number of words goes beyond a stub page.
Tedster, I agree. They need to revert this change, and simply do a manual human analysis of eHow. Google's results will never be perfect. They need to stop tweaking their code, and start introducing a batch of live surfers that rank sites for results.