Re: Postings from http://www.linuxforum.com/
Date: 28 Apr 2004 23:05:03 GMT
Harry Phillips enlightened us with:
> Yeah, I was surprised that a post of mine was returned from a Google
> web search. When I followed the link I ended up at their site.
I'm wondering what they'll do with a post with headers that prohibit
caching of any kind. Does anyone know the headers for that?
The problem with the world is stupidity. Not saying there should be a
capital punishment for stupidity, but why don't we just take the
safety labels off of everything and let the problem solve itself?
- Re: Postings from http://www.linuxforum.com/
... >> Yeah, I was surprised that a post of mine was returned from a Google ... >> web search. ... Does anyone know the headers for that? ...
- Re: Swear him in !
... complaints filed in June, July and August. ... I hope you included full headers that include his IP address ... I did send his two major postings, with headers, to google ... Can you pick out his French internet provider in the ...
- Re: troll is crossposting again..Re: More DEEP BREATHS...more BAD WORDS prob., DONT WORRY, NO SUICID
... when your reading in google click open the 'hide options' and it'll give ya ... the headers in compact form, and if you click "show original" it'll give ya ... > alt.hard.drugs think of somoene who posts peoples' home addresses. ...
- Re: what is wrong with google groups
... and the filters are removing about "30" spam keywords. ... OE is set up with headers in the right column, ... (currenly it's automatically removing about spam keywords). ... it for a dozen years before switching to Google. ...
- Re: Standing morphing to travelling waves, and other stupid notions
... you want to provoke me with stupidity. ... Google it and study it. ... Tell me how a 1/4W tank circuit in my transmitter works, ...