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January 18, 2005
Google's grammar cops
The New York Times has an amusing look at how Google is cracking down on advertisers who use improper spelling, grammar and slang: "Taking the stance that unorthodox usage and punctuation and slang create a less straightforward searching experience, Google's AdWords division, which is responsible for the contextual ads that appear alongside search results, insists on standard English and punctilious punctuation."
posted by Dominic Basulto |
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