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Slicing The Internet to Bits
July 22nd 2004, 06:39 CEST by Jibble

Most advertisers in Florida don't care about customers in Ohio, so it's beneficial for many search engines and directories to localize their campaigns.  Both Verizon and Google have entered the pay-per-click model of local advertising, much to the benefit (and sometimes detriment) of consumers.  For Verizon, it's a no-brainer as providing listings in specific geographies is exactly what a phone book should do.  For Google, it's a bit trickier, as they are moving further into the portal style of browsing rather than relying only on their core search technology.  As the focus of the Internet on individual users narrows, what will the long-term effects be?  Do you prefer a Google with a zip code section in the search box to help your search?  What non-commercial applications of this would you like to see?
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#2 by Squeaky
2004-07-22 06:43:12
"I voted no" is the new "first post"

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#3 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-22 06:55:22
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
THIRD POST MOTHERFUCKERS
#4 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-22 06:55:44
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
As for the topic:

FOURTH POST AS WELL, MOTHERFUCKERS
#5 by Your Friend
2004-07-22 07:09:31
Goddamn, I never get fourth post.

This shit is rigged.

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#6 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-22 07:19:29
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
you ain't got da skillz YF
#7 by Mighty Florist
2004-07-22 07:20:28
mightyflorist@yahoo.com
If the notion of google being the scared, little pants-wetting underdog that all (and only) the open source geeks rally behind is no longer true, and they've moved into taking everybody else's lunches and eating them for breakfast territory, then they're going to do whatever their think tanks tell them will garner them more money/marketshare.

I've been enjoying life under my rock though. Did this actually happen? Or do I just expect it to?

If it didn't, then... uh, I guess there is something to discuss.

Andy was right.
#8 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-22 07:20:56
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
Okay, now seriously... in regards to the topic:

EIGHTH POST BITCHES
#9 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-22 07:21:26
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
HH HH HH HH HHHHH
#10 by Your Friend
2004-07-22 07:22:24
Shit man, is there no post DKI *can't* get?

This is ridiculous!!

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#11 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-22 07:22:55
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
I GOTS ME ANOTHER ONE BITCHES
#12 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-22 07:23:48
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
THIS THREAD IS ALL ME, BABY!!! ALL ME!!!
#13 by DEATH KILLER INTERNATIONAL (INTERGALACTIC DIVISION
2004-07-22 07:24:36
deathkillerint@hotmail.com
OH LOOK IT'S ME GETTING CLAIMING ANOTHER POST NUMBER

WHATCHA GON' DO BITCHES??!? WHATCHA GON' DO WHEN DKI STEALS THE POST NUMBERS FROM YOU!!
#14 by Darkseid-D
2004-07-22 07:46:11
rogerboal@hotmail.com
I hereby declare this thread as much of a success as National Hip Hop Day was.

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Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
#15 by gaggle
2004-07-22 07:58:41
So that's what happens when you feed trolls...

I'm having a bit of trouble with the topic. It's asking for other potential uses for localized searchings?.. Unless I'm ordering a pizza through google I guess I can't see the extreme relevance with that. It's a technology that makes it easier to display relevant ads of course, as the topic mentions.. but I can't decide if that's a good or bad thing. I guess good.

superman flying in the movies is a plot hole because there isn't any reasonable method of propulsion
#16 by None-1a
2004-07-22 08:22:08
Gaggle what you can get out of google local depends on where you are. Around here it's mainly a hyped up on-line yellow pages, but a quick search for coffee houses in Seattle turned up more interesting results (wireless hot spot locations, and a few articles/reviews on various places, other fun little things). It should get more useful as the spiders and search is tuned to pick up on more locally relatable stuff (including Better Business Bureau reports would be handy for example).
#17 by Your Friend
2004-07-22 08:34:40
Google gets more Yahooey every day.

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#18 by yukon dance fever
2004-07-22 08:37:56
Localization aside, it's a little disheartening to see six pages of DVD-by-mail links when all you want is a movie review -- or pinatas, or land speed records, or whatever. Advanced search is helping less and less.

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#19 by yukon dance fever
2004-07-22 08:39:37
Capitalist wieners.

pop quiz, hotshot: why does George Bailey allow Uncle Billy to live?
#20 by None-1a
2004-07-22 09:19:36
How exactly does google limiting search results to a given zip code or city result in google becoming more yahooey or portal like? You aren't being herded off into some limited directory half filled with national sites anyway, rather you're filtering results based on a local yellow page listing (you'd find the exact same sites in a normal search it's just take you longer). Nor are you being given a page of off site content to look at while they show you ads (google news is sure but not google local).
#21 by Your Friend
2004-07-22 09:21:25
Fuck you, None-1a

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#22 by gaggle
2004-07-22 09:32:44
Right. Well after reading through the helppages of local.google.com I think I finally understand the topic. Sheesch.

Uh.. sounds cool.

superman flying in the movies is a plot hole because there isn't any reasonable method of propulsion
#23 by gaggle
2004-07-22 09:33:56
Or maybe I still don't understand the topic. ..maybe I veered into uncharted territory. Are we discussing localized ads, or localized searchings? Or assfucking?

superman flying in the movies is a plot hole because there isn't any reasonable method of propulsion
#24 by bago
2004-07-22 10:11:07
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
It's about time. How much do you want to bet niche shops are going to love this.

By the way, if signatures weren't for perverts, I'd totally sig this.
#25 by Gunp01nt
2004-07-22 11:06:49
supersimon33@hotmail.com
Isn't there kind of a side-topic in the topic? The question that the CNN.com article seems to raise is: what is the likelyhood of the internet being divided up into zones, no longer being a global medium? From a commercial point of view, the globalness of the internet is usually irrelevant. Even if you could get customers from the other side of the globe, payment comes with certain hassles.

It would totally destroy the internet as an information source, though, if Internet: The Commercial Platform gains priority.

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#26 by Your Friend
2004-07-22 11:26:19
THIS TOPIC IS BORING.  WHATEVER HAPPENED TO GIRLS KISSING??

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#27 by The_Joker
2004-07-22 11:47:17
http://www.jackinworld.com
god i'm so tired of waiting for doom 3.

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#28 by The_Joker
2004-07-22 11:52:37
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#29 by Dumdeedum
2004-07-22 11:53:06
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Well I've got a Doom3 topic sitting ready to go, but I'll wait until closer to release before I put it in for voting, so you'll just have to sit and look at the benchmarks instead.

#30 by Gossip
2004-07-22 12:01:33
gossip@planetjumpgate.com http://G-Blog.net/user/Gossip
IMHO, location-based search is only really useful if you're on the road, looking for something. A coffee shop for example. If they can deliver good "show me the nearest coffeeshop/gas station/whorehouse/supermarket in a radius of 2 klicks" on any handheld device, this might become a success. (Not necessarily in the US, because IIRC correctly, Starbucks is already that widespread. So are gas stations and supermarkets.)

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#31 by Gossip
2004-07-22 12:02:14
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OH, and 31ST POST. IN YOUR FACE, DKI.

Tu padre tiene mucho pelo en su pinga.
#32 by MCorleone
2004-07-22 12:41:14
So glad I waited and bought NVidia

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#33 by Ashiran
2004-07-22 13:03:23
From that article:
it is a bit more comparable to systems that many of you own today. This Dell machine featured an Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz processor and 2GB of DDR400 Ram all on an i875 motherboard.


This is why I discard benchmarks as having any value.

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#34 by gaggle
2004-07-22 13:07:57
So an 800+ dollar videocard offers great performance. Well how about that.

superman flying in the movies is a plot hole because there isn't any reasonable method of propulsion
#35 by gaggle
2004-07-22 13:11:06
..that's a price converted from the danish market back to US dollars, before anyone cries out about it.

superman flying in the movies is a plot hole because there isn't any reasonable method of propulsion
#36 by gaggle
2004-07-22 13:15:22
in further news I apparently picked the most expensive 6800 card of all times for that example. A bit over 400 bucks seems more reasonable.

superman flying in the movies is a plot hole because there isn't any reasonable method of propulsion
#37 by gaggle
2004-07-22 13:16:07
threesome!

superman flying in the movies is a plot hole because there isn't any reasonable method of propulsion
#38 by gaggle
2004-07-22 14:16:45
No actually the proper 6800 GT cards are about 700 bucks. But at this point I've sullied the thread beyond recognition with meaningless posts so I'll stay quiet.

Jesus somebody say something!

superman flying in the movies is a plot hole because there isn't any reasonable method of propulsion
#39 by Dethstryk
2004-07-22 14:18:57
jemartin@tcainternet.com
In case anyone bitches about them not using cards that aren't top of the line right now, HardOCP had nothing to do with the benchmarks.

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#40 by m0nty
2004-07-22 14:19:17
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
/me slaps gaggle with a wet trout, causing gaggle to fall into the Thames
#41 by coda
2004-07-22 15:30:19
http://fragged.org/
it would be cool if topics cant be voted back into the (submission) bin, though.

Linux is only free if your time is worth nothing.
#42 by MCorleone
2004-07-22 15:49:20
Found GNR Appetite for Destruction on my work mp3 DVD.  Great rocking tunes.  They hold up well.

I have walked my way since the beginning of time. Sometimes I give, sometimes I take, it is mine to know which and when!
#43 by m0nty
2004-07-22 15:52:35
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
Good call coda.
#44 by Anonymous
2004-07-22 16:02:50
It would be cool if that sentence made any sense.
#45 by coda
2004-07-22 16:22:38
http://fragged.org/
s/cant/can/

edit own post would be even better! :>

Linux is only free if your time is worth nothing.
#46 by Marsh Davies
2004-07-22 16:44:04
www.verbalchilli.com
Sounds like I can play the game after all then. Is there going to be a demo before release?

#47 by Caryn
2004-07-22 16:46:41
carynlaw@pacbell.net http://www.hellchick.net
#30 Gossip
IMHO, location-based search is only really useful if you're on the road, looking for something. A coffee shop for example. If they can deliver good "show me the nearest coffeeshop/gas station/whorehouse/supermarket in a radius of 2 klicks" on any handheld device, this might become a success. (Not necessarily in the US, because IIRC correctly, Starbucks is already that widespread. So are gas stations and supermarkets.)

My cell phone does this, and I love the feature. [ad]I use AT&T and have their mMode internet service on my plan. Last week I was up in Sherman Oaks for a meeting with a developer, and right afterwards something came up that required me to get online as fast as possible. So I used my phone to find the nearest Starbucks since I know they all have wifi hot spots. I've used it a few other times, too, when my husband and I are traveling and don't know the area and we've needed to find something like an ATM. The service has about 50 different categories of things to search for (coffee shops, restaurants, gas stations, ATMs, etc.). It'll auto-locate me to find the stuff, too, so it works if I'm in LA or if I'm in Phoenix. It's neat stuff.

"See, Canadians believe Jesus walked on water. We just figure it was winter when he did." - Squeaky
#48 by Dumdeedum
2004-07-22 16:55:54
http://www.dumdeedum.com
Sounds like I can play the game after all then. Is there going to be a demo before release?

They say not, but it did go gold a few days ago now and it doesn't ship for just under two weeks, so unless they're too busy shooting rockets full of money up in the air you'd think they'd have time to whip up a demo.

#49 by LPMiller
2004-07-22 16:59:57
lpmiller@gotapex.com http://www.gotapex.com
So glad I waited and bought NVidia


Why, it's not like any of those cards choked. And I'm sure after some driver updates, things will be closer.

I mean, I'm seeing a lot of lame forum posts about, Ooh, those guys that bought the ATI cards will feel stupid now, and guess this means people will start buying cards based on a game, and all I can think of is Whatever. And the cola wars start all over again.

Anyone who feels bad about buying one 500 dollar video card over another is pretty much too stupid to have money anyway.

When LP says he's bringing Armageddon, he brings fucking Armageddon. - Caryn, 6/01/2004
#50 by The_Joker
2004-07-22 17:16:17
http://www.jackinworld.com
#47 You didn't close  your ad tags.

#49 Your common sense is lacking.

Joker, Ph.D. Procedural Assholian Behaviour, Pedophilosopher
- All your ass are belong to my wang Jafd. Prepare to are penetration.
"I fart in THX." - Sgt_Hulka

PENETRATOR: Rise of the Wang Cuming "When it's done".
The American government and its supporters suck cock. See Fahrenheit 9/11 and discover the truth.
#51 by LPMiller
2004-07-22 17:36:17
lpmiller@gotapex.com http://www.gotapex.com
Yeah, not seeing you on the list of people whose opinion I give a shit about.

When LP says he's bringing Armageddon, he brings fucking Armageddon. - Caryn, 6/01/2004
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