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REST assured, C is useless and other irascible, single phylanges salutes
[ed. For those of you a little confused, this article attempts to take a funny story and then turn it into a high ranking search result like: http://www.bing.com/search?q=sharepoint+rest+assured and thereby making it funny as well. In the end, Rest assured, C# with SharePoint search is the way to go...
20 Mar 2011
Learning SEO, Bing, Windows Server, Syntactical Sugar, Home Owners, Death, Tron Legacy, Hair, Billable Hours and other Associations
How do you create and learn best practices for SEO? I am glad you asked! Sure there are those who will tell you, (and usually charge you) to cheat the Internets, but eventually, as we have talked about and discussed, it (the Internets) will catch up to you. And then you will be, as they say in the business...
22 Dec 2010
Tron Legacy Movie SharePoint SEO Bing Search TLA and other Acronyms....
Inoun what does this mean (yada yada)? I am glad you asked. But first the disclaimer. All product names, all acronyms, and all trademarks, unless otherwise noted, are trademarks and/or trade dress their respective companies. The names of actual companies and products mentioned in materials appearing...
12 Dec 2010
SharePoint !@#$, expletives and other cuss words I swear with...
I swear at SharePoint! Oh, uh, no... I got that wrong. I mean, "I swear by SharePoint!" Did you see how that little simple useless stop word, that so often gets removed, and we talked about the other day can really mess you up? We (the four of us; me, myself, I, and Inoun) have been writing about...
8 Dec 2010
Deck the Halls and Stopwords Have Feelings Too
After working in search for a while, someone will eventually tell you that you can't include a word in a list or dictionary because it is a stop word. What? My mother used to say things like, "we don't use words like that in our family..." But is that a stop word? Nope. When your kid runs out into the...
1 Dec 2010
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