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February 25, 2008


That last point is probably why I was probably not the most excited person about Scribd's efforts. They are blind to search engines and text needs to be visible, some way or another. Perhaps Adobe could do something like making the underlying content visible to search engines in some way. Search is THE most important part of the web. We can't lose it.

This from someone who really likes AIR apps

Couldnt agree more about the fact that if a thing is not searchable..it does not exist. I used to be really up on Ajax and Flash as far as useability was concerened until I realized that when I really needed to find something niche and not on the first few google search result pages ..I relied on a website with a boring cgi style non ajaxy search that definitely had the information.

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