turbocharged - 2:34 am on May 6, 2013 (gmt 0)
Sorry, but to people who know what they're talking about, you're saying it's apples, when you really mean oranges. It's like if I said will you check the "hue" and meant "saturation". People who don't know what they're talking about might infer "check the color overall", but someone who knows would check the f'ing hue, not the saturation.
You are absolutely right. When I sent the original DMCA notices to Google, and referenced that my client's homepage was indexed in Google on a multitude of Appspot subdomains, they had absolutely no idea what I was talking about. Google confused it just like the thousands of other people complaining about stolen/cached content originating from Appspot subdomains even in Google's own webmaster help forum.
While your literary lesson is nice, it has gotten well off topic. I'm not here to define what "is" is as President Clinton tried. It appears that is what you are trying to do to this thread - turn it into an English lesson with the proper use of verbs, nouns, etc.