Fashionable, but unable to tell fact from fiction (testing4l) wrote,
Fashionable, but unable to tell fact from fiction
testing4l

In other news: it's very interesting to watch news.google.com and when it fouls up. For example, it picked up a link to Newsweek that says "E-mail us your comments". The link goes to the right place, but they didn't pull out the title correctly. The title on the page is "Melinda Liu on China's Dilemma" and the one that Google picked up on is just outside of two separate script sections (way down at the bottom on the right hand side).

I suspect that Google was attempting to pick up the "E-mail A Story" link which, at least previously, had put the title of the story as the title of the E-mail you sent. In attempting to parse that out, I think they got the part between two script sections and assumed that was the title.
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