Will offered: You can map specific search terms to specific urls, right? (I think they call it keyword matching or something like that). Like if I enter “physics” you can preset the Google appliance to make http://www.physics.cornell.edu/ show up first in the rankings. Yes. We can. In fact, that’s what I spent the last 2 [...]
Last week, I offered to explain how the Google Collection relates to the Index (or, rather, vise-verse) and Karen took me up on it. First, I’m going to refer you to last week’s post where I gave definitions for the terms “collection” and “index”. I know that they seem quite simplistic words, but I can [...]
Say what you want about Google agreeing to censor its searches in China…I still think the fact that their tech support is useless is the greater sin. Okay. Maybe not. But I don’t have time to think globally, here–we’re two weeks behind in our launch. Here’s the scoop: The original delay was because we needed [...]
Some News About cornell.edu We recently launched a new section attached to the New York City Bridge Page. It contains expanded information about the NYC campus, as well as some new images. Content is still under revision and you should look for it to expand in the coming weeks. After receiving many complaints about the [...]
google (also Google) verb informal [ intrans. ] use an Internet search engine, particularly Google.com : she spent the afternoon googling aimlessly.
Thing One: Campaign Space Wish List? Carrie is in the midst of putting together a wish list to give to University Photography (and others) re: the campaign space on cornell.edu. The theme is “Winter at Cornell” and we welcome your input on areas of campus/winter traditions/other seasonal ideas. You can leave your suggestions in the [...]