Its two people, a man and a woman.... So how does he know if it actually got uploaded?
wasn't there some connection between the Heaven's Gate website guy and Church of the Subgenius?Its two people, a man and a woman.
They know because they get mail for materials and regular requests for interviews concerning the website.
Its the heaven's gate website. Journalists write them for interviews about once a year, on the anniversary.
There were 4 different men that ran the website. Jstody at first...Rkkody after the "exit" Crlody after his exit and mrcody now (along with a woman Srfody)wasn't there some connection between the Heaven's Gate website guy and Church of the Subgenius?
Bing is still decent given how pozzed other mainstream search engines are.Duckgogo is also heavily US focussed. It might be aimed at Americans, but at those who don't even think about overseas? A proxy and Google maybe? Google anyhow seems far better in finding practical stuff. It might be worthless politically, but aren't they all to some degree?
Lawdy Bing might not manipulate as much as Google, but hoping for much from Bill Gates' company might be too much. Likely any lack of pozzed manipulation is more an oversight which will soon be fixed, from their perspective.
I don't think that's the point, if you have control over what you use, you can choose what level of privacy you can tolerate while still doing what you need to do.Not related to search engines, but I have similar thoughts towards operating systems in regards to track as with search engines. I hear people talk about how they choose to use operating system due to privacy, like nigga, what? That's the dumbest reason to be using a OS imo. If you're connect to the internet you're being track in someway, doesn't matter which OS you use. Conversely if you aren't on the internet it doesn't matter what spyware shit a OS has, it's pretty damn useless without a connection. Use a fucking OS based on shit that matters like the interface, software, or pricing, but don't be some hipster that thinks he's so uber smart and protective of his privacy, unless you're not on the internet it means fucking nothing.
Bing's results are usually pretty good but they started shilling the Edge browser on-site. Fine, but don't cover the damn pagination with it. Makes me want to switch, again.
Luckily Microsoft is uncoordinated and slow, so we might have a good year of middle managers meeting to decide what color the favicon should be before they move on to the pressing issues.Lawdy Bing might not manipulate as much as Google, but hoping for much from Bill Gates' company might be too much. Likely any lack of pozzed manipulation is more an oversight which will soon be fixed, from their perspective.
I remember using the original version of this script a few years ago. Unsure if it still works properly:Bing used to have a decent rewards system that you could get a $10 amazon or other major gift cards somewhat regularly (maybe once a month? I forget) for just opening a bookmark folder containing a bunch of bing search results until you hit the daily cap.