Ban Sites From Your Google Results

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could ban a particular site (e.g. experts-exchange) from your Google search results? (One of the interns just pointed out that a greasemonkey script exists specifically for blocking that site).



3 Responses to “Ban Sites From Your Google Results”

  1. Gravatar of Chris Chris
    20. July 2007 at 07:39


    sorry for this off-topic comment. I just found your post on an itunes script

    Do you think there is a way to export the itunes ratings and save them into the mp3 tag?


  2. Gravatar of Gareth Farrington Gareth Farrington
    20. July 2007 at 09:14

    Hey look; Apple has a new version of the iTunes COM SDK out.
    I cant remember off hand if changes to track properties made via the SDK are written back to the mp3 files themselves. It sure would be nice. You could write a quick test script to check.

  3. Gravatar of Josh Ziering Josh Ziering
    6. January 2008 at 03:53

    I used to HATE Experts-Exchange. As I scoured Google for answers to obscure ass questions, I would get frustrated that I needed a subscription. One day, I said, this is ridiculous, how are they getting spidered and ranked for terms you can’t even see?! Enter: Google Cache. Now, I LOVE experts-exchange. Just look at the google cache, and take advantage of the wealth of info there.

    p.s. That carden is looking rockin!