I needed some grins so I tried the same search on the Midrange Google search 
and the 'normal' Midrange search page.  The differences are huge!  Searching 
for "ODBC and Word" with Google search gives 1 hit (and that's a 
consultant's resume) - same search on the Midrange search page gives 91 . . 
.

"David Gibbs" <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
news:mailman.8539.1161698196.2503.pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Dan wrote:
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Hoping to leave an even bigger imprint on the
Internet, Google Inc. is opening up its vast online index so other
Web sites can build their own specialty search engines.

That's all well and good, but Google is woefully behind indexing
midrange.com.

The midrange.com archives currently have almost 400k pages ... although
I don't know for sure, I think Google indexes 35% to 50% of them.  And
most of them older.

But, for grins, check out http://archive.midrange.com/google-search.htm

david 



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