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Nitpicky, but in the help text you've got:

   - word AND absurd boolean search for either "word" or "absurd"

That should be "word OR absurd"

J.

On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 3:05 PM, s.ross <cwdinfo / gmail.com> wrote:

> On Mar 19, 2008, at 12:53 PM, Chad Perrin wrote:
> > It looks excellent.
> >
> > + Description: The way the description has been added is great.  The
> > font
> > is a touch small, and a way to unexpand it again after expanding
> > might be
> > nice, though I suppose the unexpand isn't really important.
>
>  >> In the queue.
>
> >
> > + Cookies: Glad to hear it doesn't break without cookies now.  Thank
> > you.
> > Even though I'm accepting cookies from the site, websites that fail
> > without cookies bother me -- and I'm sure I'm not the only one.
>
>  >> Point taken.
>
> > + 25 results: Are you planning to add some functionality for seeing
> > the
> > rest of the results at some point, or just expect that people will
> > refine
> > their searches somehow if they don't get the results they wanted?
>
>  >> Lower in the queue. I personally feel that the more people think
>  >> about their question, the better their answers will be. I'll
> consider
>  >> pagination if people think it's important
>
> > + Logo: I like "{ zippy graphic omitted }".  Don't take my
> > preference in
> > this for objective advice, though.
>
>  >> I had to put a dig in :)
>
> > + Help: In my opinion, the way you have the help text presented is
> > excellent.  Keep it.
>
>  >> Thanks
>
> > I tend to keep JavaScript turned on in my browser, but there are (of
> > course) others who do not.  The fact the Gemmy Gem Browser is unusable
> > without JavaScript seems like an unnecessary limitation.  This
> > probably
> > isn't the most important problem to fix, but you might consider it for
> > the future, in case someone wants to use it from Lynx, or even write a
> > command line script in Ruby that accesses results from GGB.
>
>  >> This is exposed as a REST service, so anyone can do searches via
>  >> a simple HTTP protocol. Pretty cool, eh?
>
>

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