On Mon, May 02, 2005 at 06:10:08PM -0700, Richard C. Steffens wrote:
> On Monday 02 May 2005 5:36 pm, Carol Spears wrote:
> > many of us writing tutorials are curious what using the words "gimp
> > linux batch" in any search engine does for you.
> In Oregon, USA (I don't know if that really matters), Google gives me 74,100
> hits, starting with:
yes, it is difficult to say what makes a search engine respond. i saw
two computers in the same house, both using google with the default
moderately safe search option. i cannot remember the search term but
the first hit in my mozilla displayed search was different than the
first hit in the internet explorer display.
it was michigan and i think there was snow on the ground. in case this
> Fourth on the list is:
> Yahoo gives me 80,400 hits, starting with:
> Ask Jeeves gives me 16,400 hits, starting with:
> The gimp.org/tutorials site did not show up on Ask Jeeves in the first 50
it looks like we do fairly well on your browser and mine on all except
the extremely safe web searches.
to be considered so safe and to still have such a terrible name -- it is
humbling that we are there at all.
i think that by the time ask jeeves considers gimp to be safe, gimp will
have surely jumped the shark.
batch processing with gimp is cool. thanks for the fun :)
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