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2000\12\19@173959 by kben

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Hi,
I am trying to get the URL for Talking Electronics, they have PIC kits etc...

I tried the link on the PICMicro Webring and also the Australian Electronics
Webring, but get taken to the wrong site ???
Did this ever happen to anyone else ?

Thanks,
      Kevin

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2000\12\20@212438 by Dan Michaels

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At 05:39 PM 12/19/00 EST, you wrote:
>Hi,
>I am trying to get the URL for Talking Electronics, they have PIC kits etc...
>

Took 3 seconds to find this searching on google.com:

http://www.talktron.com.au/

There are also several other TE's mentioned if this isn't
it.

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2000\12\21@002934 by kben

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That's it, thanks Dan.  I am switching my search engine to google. I spent an
hour looking for it on Yahoo using various keywords and search strategies. Which
is strange, because Yahoo says it's powered by google.

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2000\12\21@063611 by Russell McMahon

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>That's it, thanks Dan.  I am switching my search engine to google. I spent
an
>hour looking for it on Yahoo using various keywords and search strategies.
Which
>is strange, because Yahoo says it's powered by google.



I largely use MetaCrawler which in turn uses a number of other engines
including Google. I sometimes go direct to Google and it can sometimes
produce better results when used this way but overall I rate MetaCrawler as
superb.

Note that Google uses a distinctly different priority rating system to most
other engines (figure of merit is number of sites which access this site on
the topic of interest) so that its results can sometimes be strange.



Russell McMahon

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