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News around the web: Google index to go real time

By Erik
Mar 4, 2010
  1. TomSEA

    TomSEA TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,387   +425

    There's porn on the Internet?? :p
     
  2. Armanian

    Armanian TS Rookie Posts: 32

    "Being a porn star ain't what it used to be"

    Well obviously not, since the dawn of online videos porn has never been. (you can watch it free on the net) :p
     
  3. buttus

    buttus TS Enthusiast Posts: 187

    Ya, like others I saw "porn" and just had to click the link. It's certainly true that adult content is not what it used to be. However, as much as it has been watered down by so many cheap production houses all lowering the market value of content, I am a firm believer that in any market one can create an elite level of product which people will pay a premium for. For myself, I like a more refined product which the Mrs. will enjoy watching with me.
     
  4. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 11,055   +970

    Why Yes Virginia, There is Porn on the Internet, Dressed up as Santa...

    And now a word from Monica Mayhem;

    "It's pretty bad," says Ms Mayhem, who has 400 XXX American film credits to her name. "A lot of us are screwed."

    Either pun intended or pun not intended, this brought tears of laughter. Articulate and "articulated", that's the way she "rolls"....! :rolleyes: :haha:
     
  5. InsaneVr6

    InsaneVr6 TS Rookie Posts: 260

    Of course, if anyone is going to revolutionize search as we know it.....again...it will be Google. Being a webmaster, I know how important SEO (search engine optimization) is when you are running a business website or just want your content to go live. Somtimes the crawling process takes awhile and it is hard for your site to get seen quickly.

    The only problem I can see with real time indexing, would be spam. A quote from the article is "Google would have to implement some sort of spam control and not just let content be pushed live to the index unvetted. That was what happened in the earliest days of search and it was a real mess, he told us." This makes sense. If Google can effectively determine what is spam and what is not, the amount of content that Google will be able to find will be much more impressive (not like it already isnt).

    The cool thing about it is that the technology will be available to all search engines.

    Web 3.0 anyone?
     
  6. yorro

    yorro TS Enthusiast Posts: 246

    Internet killed a lot of things. If they want to survive, they should stop making just porn and start making real movies still with porn. Thats if they are seriously trying to compete with the Internet.
     
  7. ellab

    ellab TS Rookie

    I love Googles thinking! Web 3.0 Technology yes please.

    Heres a personal experience that Google will be able to fix if they implement the syndication system: From one of my previous experiences I had published personal contact details on the on a public non secure webpage. The information published was displayed in google's search engine description underneath the webpage link. Later on in the year a fellow support technician started to stalk me. So for my personal security I deleted my personal information from the webpage.

    The problem was that Google has a cache that stores the webpage in it's memory. So rather then the new information being displayed the old webpage was displayed. It took around about a whole entire month or so for the Google's cache to update itself to display the updated webpage.

    With the syndication system it will automatically update the data. You see the old system I believe was Google contacted the webpages to update the cache. But now it will be the webpage's sending the updates to Google just like an RSS feed. Takes out the workload if you know what I mean.
     
  8. slh28

    slh28 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,925   +170

    Well it looks like the porn industry is gonna go the way of the music and eventually the film industry... people will always prefer free things on the internet over paid stuff.

    As for "And these little girls are coming in doing way hardcore things for $300 and ruining it for everyone." Well that's just called competition.
     
  9. fref

    fref TS Enthusiast Posts: 153

    "DDR2 to become mainstream soon"... Wow! So much can change in 5 years! Seems like DDR2 has been around forever.
     
  10. pyari

    pyari TS Rookie Posts: 66

    those days are gone and now DDR2 is cheap as well as company already producing DDR3 and supported hardware so the technology is changing and the user wants better and fastest gadgets.......competitive market make the this possible......all things are in affordable price.....
     
     
  11. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 11,055   +970

    The Plaintiff Cry of the Aging Pornstar......

    Well, free is relative, you still have to pay for the ISP, it's just that that money doesn't go into Ms. Mayhem's implant fund. Which leads us to this;
    I'm every bit as upset about this as Monika, but for different reasons. I would like to know, where were these clean shaven, morally bankrupt, little trollops were when I was in high school?
     
  12. Renegeek

    Renegeek TS Rookie Posts: 96

    Go Google, i'v been a fan for many years, i think this will take it to the next step, to beat "BING" (not a fan of BING)
     
  13. levar

    levar TS Rookie Posts: 232

    aaha there are just some things Bing has Google beat in but Google no doubt about it is and always will be the best search engine and I love that they're gonna adapt to this PubSubHubbub thing I already read and I've personally stated using it on my Wordpress blog quite awesome to be honest this is just one of the features Google should've had everyone goes to google if they want to find out something that happened 1min ago I think Google going real time also gives M$ something to worry about.

    Porn really isn't what it use to be, its sad but what can you do. But for years you could always get the same content for free its just the industry thats changed.
     
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