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How To Find A Prior Article
|Author||Topic: How To Find A Prior Article|
posted 09-09-2009 02:27 AM ET (US)
I saw a post for some [thing] that I found interesting. I though I flagged it, but cannot locate it. Does this [cause a recollection] with you folks? Pretty sure it's a place here in Northern [California]. Thanks
[I redacted this article so it would not score higher in the search than the article which was being searched for--jimh.]
posted 09-09-2009 07:51 AM ET (US)
This may be the one.
Also, I used these all summer on my trailer and had many compliments from other tow boaters, truckers and the police.
posted 09-09-2009 08:38 AM ET (US)
To locate an article about the topic you are seeking, use a search. For example,
The original results of the search returned this article as the first hit, because this article contained more instances of the search key words than the article that was being sought. After I redacted this article to remove all the key words, the search returned the article being sought as the first canditate, with a 99-percent rating. The search index is constantly updated, so its results are very fresh. Use of the search is more effective than posting articles asking for help searching. As this thread demonstrates, articles asking for help searching often clutter the search results and dilute the information content of the archives.
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