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In fact, searchers are directly affected by these criminal deeds. As even SEO-spammers managed to admit: "searchers have something to gain if they obtain the search results that best match their queries and, consequently, something to lose if they cannot do this".
SEOs, these "Judas of the web" sell -for money- their knowledge and insights of search algos' weaknesses in order to purposely deliver dubious and crap results to our queries Acquiring a working knowledge of the many alternative searching paths is eo ipso useful and may already now allow even beginners to find valuable results more quickly and reliably. Such alternatives can soon prove even more crucial for Internet searching purposes: while google may not be yet a sinking boat, anyone can see how much water is already entering through its many holes.
So we have to reverse our own searching habits. And since we are all reversers, an ancient and savvy race, incredibly "apt to adapt", we'll be able to reverse first and foremost ourselves and our own working habits. Google has its weaknesses and its strength, let's analyze them.
It is -alas- now losing ground on both last terms. Try any search for mp3s, for instance, and you'll see at once both advertisements and censorship at work More annoying is the fact that today up to half of each SERP screen is dedicated to paid ads, compared to the ad-free original "Old-Google".
Google's relative cleanliness was so powerfully convincing that many rivals went "back" to a similar clean approach, ditching their useless heavy-commercial portals compare on alexa the evolution of Yahoo 's portal The biggest weakness of google, is that it's 'patented ranking algos' are now pretty well known. Their 'secret combination' of 'thousand of algos' was all just hype from the very beginning, and their ranking approach -never really hidden- is now well known by countless commercial spammers, thus making it a liability rather than an asset.
In the main search engines panorama there are at the moment hundreds of different prototypes and companies that all utilize more or less the same algos. This is where the depth and freshness of the supporting database plays a bigger role than the cleverness of the ranking algos. But -as we have seen- these four cover together, at best, just one half of the visible web and a tiny part of the invisible one.
This makes it extremely important to use alternative approaches when searching. Since google is still a useful and powerful quick search engine, and since it owns the whole archive of newsgroup postings, we will never be able to ditch google completely anyway There's also a google bias towards "established sites", due to its links algos: if you are searching content that is likely to have been on the Internet for a LONG TIME, google is a good choice.
On the other hand, if you are looking for "fresh" content, you better use MSNsearch or even good ole altavista. Google's real strength is its "quality database" of useful sites. It is not a matter of the quantity of sites listed, it is a matter of quality.
Yahoo's database, while bigger than google's, hosts an abominable amount of ". But how do you judge results? How do you prepare your search? Knowledge of some basic searching rules can help. The golden rules of searching top Quaerite et invenietis There are some basic rules for seekers. Of course things are different depending from the KIND of search you are performing.
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There are rules for long term web searching and rules for short term web searching But almost every query can be subdivided into the following steps: think, find, refine, evaluate, collate. Like artists, they visualize the correct result before they begin. The 'perfect' answer is driving their queries. The perfect answer creates the correct question s What kind of results do you want?
Doctoral thesis? How many results do you want?
Three hundred pages of material? One single authoritative book?
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A dozen pdf-articles? A short and concise essay? Obviously you cannot be an expert in all single field of any and every query you will launch.
But you must be an expert in the field of finding the right resources for each and every kind of query. A seeker needs TWO skills: to formulate a question correctly and to know where to look. And this means knowing which resources you should use for your searches. And this means you must first of all know how to search those very resources you should use for your searches. In fact each 'part' of the web requires a different approach. For instance, searches on usenet , on blogs or on ftp servers are not ruled by the same lore.
Also each kind of target , each quarry, requires a different approach: for instance when searching news , images or books. You must also decide if for a given query you will have to use combing techniques like stalking , luring or trolling. Before even beginning, think about your query: prepare your question s for the perfect result and decide which resources you will use. In fact this very complex step is at the same time the whole point of the exercise, duh.
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However, depending on the previous "thinking about your query" step, you will at least already know where you should be looking for and what kind of techniques you'll have to use. A general advice is to comb as much as you can, i.
A second generally useful advice is to go ' regional ' as much a you can, that is to use information and resources that are located on the same plane geographically, temporally, academically, conceptually as your quarry. Anyway, if your question has been formulated correctly and if you already know where to look, the 'finding' part will not be too hard.
Usually -in fact- they are too wide. If a subject is too wide, as it is most of the time, you have to limit and narrow your search. These limits allow you to restrict results to items meeting specific criteria.
The evaluation phase is of paramount importance, but -alas- far from being simple. HexEdit For Windows Open source and shareware versions.
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Its goal is to combine the low-level functionality of a debugger and the usability of IDEs. A simple but reliable hex editor wher you to change highlight colours.
There is also a port for Apple Classic users. A very simple hex editor, but incredibly powerful nonetheless. It's only KB to download and takes files as big as GB.Google's relative cleanliness was so powerfully convincing that many rivals went "back" to a similar clean approach, ditching their useless heavy-commercial portals compare on alexa the evolution of Yahoo 's portal But how do you judge results?
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I could, of course, save the results to a text file after running the emulator over it. IDA detects 'corruption' of the import segment while loading challenge. In order to access part of it you will need to use techniques that go from stalking to social engineering , through trolling and passwords breaking. It's only KB to download and takes files as big as GB. This makes it extremely important to use alternative approaches when searching.
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