Post by stevemacdonald on Jul 31, 2008 21:02:07 GMT
Finding new articles about Hayley on the Web isn't easy and 9 times out of 10 somebody's already beaten you to it. Amazingly, certain forum members have a supreme knack for scooping everyone else. You know who you are.
So let's come clean. How do you do it? What search engines do you use... Google? Cuil? Yahoo? What methods work best for uncovering breaking news or fresh interviews? Why are you so good at it in the first place?
I must admit, finding anything new out about Hayley on the net seems to escape me. I must admit to not looking through search engines every day ,but when I do, everything listed seems to be old stuff Do you have to scan through page after page to find something new or is anything new automatically on page one - I've never quite worked that one out
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I was under the impression that Stephany has access to something other than Google, which is why she is so good at finding things Mark
That was my recollection as well. The lexis/nexis database provides online versions of tens of thousands of publications worldwide. I was under the impression that Stephany accessed such a database through her school. But I'm sure she will tell us more accurately.
Yes, & Hi All. Stephany told us quite openly I think that she had ready access to stuff because she was a student & would have to have paid a fortune in fees to just download her normal research requirements otherwise.
As for me, I rarely scoop some interesting Hayley tit bit that someone else hasn't got to first.
On several occasions I've posted something only to find I'd double posted it. When you think you have the latest item its quite annoying when you find its there already. Even tho its for the good of everybody in HWI Graeme :zz
The loveliest, sweetest flower that bloomed in paradise, and the first that died, has rarely blossomed since on mortal soil. It is so frail, so delicate, a thing, it is gone if it but look upon itself; and she who ventures to esteem it hers proves by that single thought she has it not. Humility - Fry