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Both David and Dave also write about search engine patents from time to time, so it was a fun discussion.
David and I were talking about patents before the show started. We both began to compare the most memorable patents we had come across in the last year. This post is my top ten list, along with blog posts I wrote about each of these search engine patents.
The majority of my favorite patents from 2019 are ones covering the use of knowledge graphs and entity extraction.
Sura gave up on her debugging for the moment. ‘The word for all this is ‘mature programming environment.’ Basically, when hardware performance has been pushed to its final limit, and programmers have had several centuries to code, you reach a point where there is far more signicant code than can be rationalized. The best you can do is understand the overall layering, and know how to search for the oddball tool that may come in handy ‘take the situation I have here’ She waved at the dependency chart she had been working on ‘We are low on working fluid for the coffins. Like a million other things, there was none for sale on dear old Canberra. Well, the obvious thing is to move the coffins near the aft hull, and cool by direct radiation. We don’t have the proper equipment to support this so lately, I’ve been doing my share of archeology. It seems that five hundred years ago, a similar thing happened after an in-system war at Torma. They hacked together a temperature maintenance package that is precisely what we need.
We know that Google doesn’t penalize duplicate pages on the Web, but it may try to identify which version it prefers to other versions of the same page.
I came across this statement from Dejan SEO on the Web about duplicate pages earlier this week, and wondered about it, and decided to investigate more:
If there are multiple instances of the same document on the web, the highest authority URL becomes the canonical version. The rest are considered duplicates.
The above quote is from the post at Link inversion, the least known major ranking factor. (it is not something I am saying with my post. I wanted to see if there might be something similar in a patent. I found something closer, but it doesn’t say the same thing that Dejan predicts .