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Google, on the other hand, sets a cookie with a unique ID number in it as soon as you land on their site, before you even enter a search term. This cookie expires in year 2038. It's fetched by Google with every transaction -- searches, toolbar reporting, etc.
Three cheers for Wisenut! Google has never offered an explanation for their immortal cookies. A search engine as important and far-reaching as Google ought to have cookies that expire two months hence, by overwriting the cookie with a new expiration date with every visit. And that's only if they can justify the need for cookies at all.
Yes, submitting to WiseNut will do good. Whether the page is kept after filtering is different story. It's still best, to just let the system work and link to your new pages and sites from the old one.
White on red is UGLY, why not to stick to simple black on white, which is still the most readable text on computer monitors.
Edward, when people are making reference to a similarity, I don't believe it's the submission and inclusion scheduling that's being referred to, but rather the other features that are similar. For instance, note how the descriptions are put together, and the weight given to page titles and keyword groupings.