Tag Archives: google search

An Internet filter engine

filterI always thought that companies have needs that are different from those of end users (see classification by target, B2C or B2B). And I think that this hypotheses is also true in internet area. These days I was busy with developing a TheWebMiner Filter and I want to talk in the following lines about internet search.

What is internet searching?

What I understand (and maybe many of you) by search is sorting. Google, Bing and other search engines try hard to find most relative page for our query and results are impressive. A colleague of mine told me that if you describe a movie scenario in a Google search, Google will find the Wikipedia page of movie. But this is an end user point of view.

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How Google search searches

In today’s post I want to get a little bit into the technology behind Google search, especially into the relational algorithm that orders the websites in a search. The idea came to me when i was researching new uses for databases used by great it corporations, like freebase.com. In this particular case freebase is a collection of structured data useful in any domain, the great thing different from other data bases being that users can submit their own researched data bases, transforming it in a wiki portal.

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4 ways to know when a website was updated

We all know that there is a lot of information going around on the internet and sometimes can be hard to browse through all kinds of pages containing misleading information, so it’s only better if you can correctly identify if the content was recently updated or it’s just a post from the beginning of the internet.


1. You can see the year in the copyright footer:



2. You can check its last update in the web time-machine:



3. You can try to identify an associated blog and check the last blog entry:


4. The last method is to search on Google the website and to check the date of the last change in search results.


I’m hoping that you will use one of this methods if you have any uncertainties about any online information.