August 18, 2008
Found on a Sourceforge.net download page:
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At first glance, these words do suggest some kind of understandable concept. But it seems to be communicated by less of a sentence structure and more of a stream of consciousness technique. It’s really quite literary.
August 14, 2008
The BBC clearly has no idea what a search engine is. Check out this excerpt from the article “Mozilla plans Luganda web search“:
Internet search engine Mozilla Firefox has launched a project in Uganda to translate its searches into the local Luganda language.
Firefox isn’t a search engine – it’s a web browser. So, then, what can this even mean? Are they creating a search engine? Are they adding features to translate search terms before sending them to another search engine?
Updated: the article has been updated to remove all references to search engines, presumably after receiving e-mails from everybody who read the article.