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jmccormac - 5:12 pm on Mar 17, 2012 (gmt 0)Thread source:: http://www.webmasterworld.com/google/4429988.htm
It would seem that way but the reality is that the there is a lot of what could be considered original content on Wikipedia. Only some of it would be flagged as suspect. Original content is not necessarily original research.
|Wikipedia absolutely hates original research. They put up huge warning flags when they suspect an article might contain anything original. |
Yep. The problem is that he is spreading the usual Google FUD or else he hasn't a clue and you are gambling on understanding what he's talking about. For him, FUDDing has no consequences. For us, making the wrong gamble could put us out of business. This is the reason that people now hate Google in the same way that they used to hate Microsoft.
|This is getting interesting. You're expected to read the writer's mind and figure out which questions are supposed to get a Yes and which ones should be No. And if you get it backward... |
I think that he just has a simplistic, theoretical view of the web and regards it simply as an Information Retrieval problem to be solved. Good search engine developers understand the web and know that is not some simple IR problem with proper syntax and well formed code. It is a mess. Pages have spelling and syntax errors. They can also have coding errors. They can have code mixed in with text. What he seems to want is Wikipedia. Perhaps he's just not well able to write - a lot of the web is like that. :)
|Didn't he just get through saying something about careful editing? It would have come in handy here. I don't think he intended "beyond obvious" to mean what it sounds like. (But see above about getting it backward.) |
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