Taking the drudge out of finding marketing news
Posted July 22, 2008 10:15 am by Andy Beal with 19 comments
It seems that Robert Scoble is a true "disrupter" of technology. This time, his blog is causing Google’s Sitelinks a little bit of a headache. 😉
Oh wow – thats pretty crazy. Its pretty cleaned up on my end though.
That is crazy, it looks normal on my end too!
It’s just your broken computer.
Yeah, I hit refresh a few times, but it’s still that ugly.
It looks normal on my machine too.
If you are talking about ugly things, then check your comment bar with Opera 9.5, can’t see all “popular posts”, because text area is too big 😉
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@Vygantas – get a better browser! 😛
that’s some major screen real estate.
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That’s pretty wild. Looks fine on my end though
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Nothing amiss at my end either!
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Thanks everyone. Strange how it’s still showing the above for me.
I’m using other browsers as well, just thought to let you know that
Opera got ~0.73% market share (according to hitslink), that’s a lot of users, you know. I think that if this bug would be fixed, you could please millions of the upcoming or current MP visitors. Just my 2c 😉
@Vygantas – have you checked to see if you’ve changed any default settings? I sometime here the exact same issue from Firefox users, but it’s usually because they’ve disabled a formatting option.
I don’t see the same result from my computer.
LOL about the browser –
That truly doesn’t look like anything Google would deliver – it’s good for a good laugh though
Just opened up Opera and it looks good to me 😉
not a bad browser actually – could use a few features that Firefox has made it impossible for me to live w/o.
I do not like sitelinks. Google picked two random parts of my site that I don’t really even want to be that visible, so I had to nix them in my robots.txt file
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