Minor Changes at 911blogger.com - search function and ad sponsors
Registered users will be pleased to note that the internal search engine has been resurrected at 911blogger.com, and can be accessed through the "search" tab up top. The google search link has been disabled, and users are encouraged to use the Lycos search engine, which doesn't seem to have a problem indexing the site.
When using the site search engine, simply type your search terms(s) into the data field, like so;
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The simple search runs faster than the "advanced search", so use it whenever possible.
When using Lycos, precede your search terms with "911blogger.com" (minus the quotes) and then type in your search terms, like so;
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The results still won't match perfectly (the internal search engine is more accurate). Once you get to 911blogger, start hitting the blue taxonomy terms underneath the author/dateline for more related results.
Also, the "google ads" sidebar has been removed. It has been an eyesore for a long time, and slowed down the load time of the front page. To make up for the lost revenue, 911blogger will be seeking more sponsorship for the site server costs via "blogads". If you are a user who wants to keep the site alive, and you know of a product or web site that you would like to endorse, whip up a jpeg ad, and submit it here.