RE: interleaved ordering (was RE: Phoenician)

From: Dean Snyder (
Date: Fri May 14 2004 - 15:18:20 CDT

  • Next message: Dean Snyder: "Re: Archaic-Greek/Palaeo-Hebrew (was, interleaved ordering; was, Phoenician)" wrote at 8:08 PM on Friday, May 14, 2004:

    >Dean A. Snyder wrote,
    >> The issue is not what we CAN do; the issue is what will we be FORCED to
    >> do that already happens right now by default in operating systems,
    >> Google, databases, etc. without any end user fiddling?
    >That's the question.
    >Since search engines like Google survive based on their ability to serve
    >users' wants and find what users seek, why wouldn't Google make such
    >a tailoring? ...

    You only make a response regarding Google; but that is only one of the
    search engines; and it leaves issues with operating systems and database
    engines still unanswered.


    Dean A. Snyder

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