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Re:  Statistical vs "semantic web" approaches to making senseof
[Mike Champion

> > A question - do you think Google takes note of the title of documents it
> > indexes?
> AFAIK, no.  Is that a trick question :-)  <title> is a classic example of
> metacrap that web page authors don't consistently make much sensible use
> of, and thus Google doesn't bother with, would be my guess.

Browser bookmarks can actually be better than web pages, because - at least
I find this for myself - when I bookmark a page with a poor title I
generally edit it before saving.  I have found these (edited) bookmark
titles to have a lot of useful semantic content.


Tom P


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