edit on 30-4-2013 by haven123 because: (no reason
AACKKK, there's even ads on the old search engine now.
I started a popcorn thread because I had searched and saw that nobody had "popcorn" in the title of a thread. That was on the new search engine.
Just popped "popcorn" into the popper of the old search engine and a few threads came out about the dangers of microwave popcorn, which I'll have
to link to my thread. So it is missing things. I better link the old search into my signature again (I took it off when I thought the new one was
thanks for the info haven. the new search is rather useless, many times it turns up no results at all, and completely misses threads that you know
exist. it has been rather frustrating lately trying to use it.
I used this type of search a lot and have an extra trick so to say.
If you search on years like "endtimes 2012" you will get a lot of results refering to page 2012 in a tread that uses endtimes. If you select a
period lets say 2000 to 2010 you will get results of "endtimes 2012"
I did a thread on the civil rights leader James Bevel almost two hours ago ( www.abovetopsecret.com... ) and nothing has
come up on the new search engine. It appeared on the old search engine very quickly. Some coding work on the new search engine, she needs to be
EDIT: I just checked on the new search engine, and it comes up under "civil rights movement" but not under the name "James Bevel". Not everything is
being 'caught' by the search engine, and maybe that's where the coding failure comes from.
edit on 2-5-2013 by Aleister because: (no reason
Despite the problems and understandable frustration that comes with them, the capabilities of the Samuru engine are impressive and should -- once the
implementation issues are resolved -- offer much better results.
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