Ture Sjolander
Re: [#108852514]
A News is a News is a News 2007
4 messages

Google Help <source-suggestions@google.com> Fri, Feb 2, 2007 at 2:21 AM
To: magneticego@gmail.com
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Ture Sjolander <magneticego@gmail.com> Fri, Feb 2, 2007 at 2:32 PM
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The News items are mainly related to Sweden and Australia on the site proposed to Google. It is therefor natural they could be included to the Google News Sweden or/and Google Australia News. There is no given design how a News site should appear nor is there any tradition yet of why "newsproducer" should adapt a newspaper design, based mainly on text. An international new language based on the constellation of visual material can develope  our view and perception of how news can be presented and also questioning; What news is.
Ture Sjolander

Google Help <source-suggestions@google.com> Sat, Feb 3, 2007 at 10:54 AM
To: Ture Sjolander <magneticego@gmail.com>
Hi Ture,

Thank you for your note. We reviewed
http://www.newstime2007.com and are
unable to include it in Google News at this time because our system can't
follow links to multimedia files; our news crawler can only gather content
by crawling text articles.

Additionally, please note that we currently only include articles from
sources that could be considered organizations, generally characterized by
multiple writers and editors, availability of organizational information,
and accessible contact information. When we reviewed your site we weren't
able to find this evidence of an organization.

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Original Message Follows:
From: "Ture Sjolander" <magneticego@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [#108852514] A News is a News is a News 2007
Date: Fri, 2 Feb 2007 14:32:02 +1000

Ture Sjolander <magneticego@gmail.com> Sat, Feb 3, 2007 at 11:21 AM
To: Google Help <source-suggestions@google.com>
Yeah OK. I thought so too. Not wonder that the world looks like it looks. "Organized" crimes in form of groups goes first and individuals are generally ignored. Literacy, text files, articles and journalism has priority in our world and any visual semantics are degraded. Joost and YouTube may develop the use of internet towards a more democratic language system, one can hope.
Actually, it was not www.newstime2007.com/  I asked you to review, it was rather www.newstime2007.com/WORLDNEWS.html
but it won't make any different, as far I can understand from your answer. So when will Google get a more advanced "news crawler"?
If I give you a list of "family" members, making up a group, a board with a permanent address and contact info, my views, and the members views, on the World will counts ?
A Search Engine Robot may be the main course to our robotized and insane newsmedia world today...Its a probabillity.. as far I can se.