YouTube doesn’t want to know there are bugs After having blogged about the Google–YouTube search bug below, I thought it best to report it. Except Google hasn’t ﬁgured out how to count yet. This is a bit like Facebook not ﬁguring out there are time zones outside California. Try giving them feedback? Pull the other one. No matter how short your message is, you have exceeded 8,192 characters. This way, I imagine Google can report how bug-free the service is.
Google search results are getting stranger and stranger Can someone at YouTube please explain why, for weeks, this Tanya Roberts result frequently appears? Don’t get me wrong: I like Tanya Roberts. And she looks great for her age. But considering it has nothing to do with any of the searches I make in YouTube, why does it come up all the time?
Or am I expecting too much? I mean, it’s not as though a search engine specialist owns YouTube. Oh, hang on …
In the second image, you can see people are getting rather annoyed at the frequency with which this pops up.
If you do a search for the title of this video, Google reports there are 3·2 million results. No surprise, since it comes up so regularly. But why?
The ﬁrst time round Remember that time Britney Spears married George Constanza off Seinfeld?