Does hell mean Microsoft for Google ?
type:"go to hell" Don't remove the double quotes when searching !! and press <i'm feeling lucky> button.
My apologies if you already are aware of this.
Yes. Ask Google.
Google orders sites according to the number of links pointing to the site.
or the "go to" from "go to microsoft" and the hell from "dll hell" combined..
Michael H. Pryor
It's persistent. "Gates of Hell" gives Microsoft as the fourth citation.
"go to hell" appears 16 times in microsoft.com
AOL is 3rd when seraching "got to hell".
Thanks for all your opinion, but I was under the impression Google was smart enough to include all words in the search and I can't find "hell" at microsoft.com. Likewise "go" and "to" are common words which Google doesn't include in a search without quotes.
I read Peter Morris' article "On Error Goto Hell" some years ago and subsequently altered my error coding to incorporate it. The next step was to use George Carlin's Bit 'Heaven, Hell, Purgatory and Limbo" so I have my own version of "Try, Catch, Fail"
Looks like people are linking www.microsoft.com to the text "go to hell". Check the cache (in google) after the search...
Cache doesn't show anything OMM except a Google error.
Top of the cache: "These terms only appear in links pointing to this page: go to hell"
I didn't get Microsoft until I put quotes around "go to"
Matthew, two thumbs up - a really great talk !
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