Well, there it is ……. in all its Glory! It’s called a “Simplified Algorithm”. I just don’t have the space or the tools for that matter, to go into the “Complicated Algorithm”. But you really don’t need that do you? I mean the “Simplified Algorithm” is as clear as a bell, don’t you see it? A blind man could see it in a minute!
I did go over the entire Algorithm over the weekend, that sold for $336 Million in 2005 (see you should have gone to school instead of becoming a Blogger) by the way. And at the end of the day, I had to stop and reflect and think to myself ………. you’ve got to be kidding! Does anyone smell Google here! You can tell when you enter the room if you can hear sand crunch under your feet that the dreaded sandbox is not too far away!
If you haven’t guessed it by now, (and no one will fault you if you haven’t) what you are looking at within the title to my post is the, and I quote “Simplified Algorithm” for Google’s PageRank. OK, now watch this: PR(B)=PR(A)+PR(C)+PR(D), that’s the world according to Jeffrey! And the best part is that I am willing to part with such wisdom for a third of the price. Oh what’s say we go with an even $100 Mill? However, you will have to pay the taxes! Any takers? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?
Oh my goodness, Google’s talking at me as if my right foot were asleep! Please!!!……………
For anyone needing a rational, workable description of page rank, here it is direct from Google’s sandbox:
“PageRank reflects our view of the importance of web pages by considering more than 500 million variables and 2 billion terms. Pages that we believe are important pages receive a higher PageRank and are more likely to appear at the top of the search results.
PageRank also considers the importance of each page that casts a vote, as votes from some pages are considered to have greater value, thus giving the linked page greater value. We have always taken a pragmatic approach to help improve search quality and create useful products, and our technology uses the collective intelligence of the web to determine a page’s importance.”
OK, we’re getting close!
How’s bout we just index come what may; first come first serve. After three years the content gets sent to “Wikipedia”. You just can’t think this stuff up, I dare you to even try! Simplified Algorithm ………. come on; give me a break!