<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td valign="top" style="font: inherit;"><p dir=ltr>Status quo for now, unless a clearly superior solution jumps out at us.</p>
<p dir=ltr>Separate issue...</p>
<p dir=ltr>Someone really should conjure up a "grepisode" script using (say) Lynx on the client side, and optionally feed the results to a text-to-speech tool for accessibility. That would make for a nice techie episode, but it would probably not add anything new to the universe that we couldn't get from a search engine.</p>
<p dir=ltr>If we made it a contest, we could squeeze a series out of it as different hackers approach it from different angles. That could be cool to watch. </p>
<p dir=ltr>It has the potential to be a cool learning project, especially the accessible computing angle. </p>
<p dir=ltr>After I finish the five math, maths software and "old-time computing" topics I have in the pipeline, I could think about this myself.</p>
<p dir=ltr>Charles in NJ</p>
<p dir=ltr>Sent from Yahoo! Mail on Android</p>
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                            Ken Fallon <ken.fallon@gmail.com>;                            <br>
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                            Re: [Hpr] Boo, Hiss, a google search on top of the HPR webpage!                            <br>
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                                        <td valign="top" style="font:inherit;">On Tue, 26 Mar 2013 16:09:57 +0100<BR>Ken Fallon <<a ymailto="mailto:ken.fallon@gmail.com" href="javascript:return">ken.fallon@gmail.com</a>> wrote:<BR><BR>> > <BR>> > On Tuesday, March 26, 2013 07:05:00 AM dg wrote:<BR>> > > I just glanced at the HPR webpage...<BR>> > > <BR>> > > As a self-identified hacker and google refugee, and after google<BR>> > > blocked adblockerplus from their android phone store due to their<BR>> > > allegiance to corporate profits; I had to say "boo, hiss" for<BR>> > > having a google search on the hpr webpage!<BR>> > > <BR><BR>> <BR>> This is a temporary solution until I get time to work on the HPR<BR>> internal query option.<BR>> <BR>> Ken.<BR><BR>OK here's the situation.<BR><BR>It's very very hard to sanitize free form search text locally. I
 don't<BR>want to load big libraries that themselves could be vulnerable. On the<BR>other hand there are privacy concerns sending people to external sites.<BR><BR>Options people.<BR><BR>Ken.<BR><BR><BR>_______________________________________________<BR>Hpr mailing list<BR><a ymailto="mailto:Hpr@hackerpublicradio.org" href="javascript:return">Hpr@hackerpublicradio.org</a><BR><a href="http://hackerpublicradio.org/mailman/listinfo/hpr_hackerpublicradio.org" target=_blank >http://hackerpublicradio.org/mailman/listinfo/hpr_hackerpublicradio.org</a><BR></td>
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