Archive for technology fake pr page rank is faking google page rank to fool other people .

First for those who dont know what is page rank :

PageRank Explained

PageRank relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page’s value. In essence, Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B. But, Google looks at more than the sheer volume of votes, or links a page receives; it also analyzes the page that casts the vote. Votes cast by pages that are themselves “important” weigh more heavily and help to make other pages “important.”

Important, high-quality sites receive a higher PageRank, which Google remembers each time it conducts a search. Of course, important pages mean nothing to you if they don’t match your query. So, Google combines PageRank with sophisticated text-matching techniques to find pages that are both important and relevant to your search. Google goes far beyond the number of times a term appears on a page and examines all aspects of the page’s content (and the content of the pages linking to it) to determine if it’s a good match for your query

Source :

How to find if someone is faking his pr ?

- check the google cache of the page , the cache should give (the real page , when speaking about nichbot is that they took redirection since have a pr10)

- Web tools :

result will say :

PageRank Verification (April 22, 2006, 3:02 pm) for:


Determined PageRank: 10

Beware: The determined PageRank seemes not to belong to the checked URL!

Apparantly the PageRank belongs to the following page:


And here is a message that a user from Digital Point forum ( posted .

Hey Kris,

Jim Morris here from

Wow, what a week. According to the following site, there are 152 pages with a pagerank of 10 out of 10.

Why do I mention this?


On Monday, I thought it was odd, but merely dismissed it and went on about my work.

On Wednesday, I said to myself, “Self — why is my the PR 10 on my PageRank toolbar not changing when I switch from Google to NicheBOT?

I got more curious.

Later that day, I had someone check 73 datacenters for Google — and somehow, the PR10 was confirmed. And as you can see from my check with the attached screen- shot from today, it has not gone away from the main page of NicheBOT at

However, I also know that Mike Liebner over at Article Underground — — just recently sent out a note about Google PR is being shakey.
So don’t start wiggin out that your PageRank is going haywire, because it may NOT be permanent.

I’m personally a little worried here, cuz I really do not want a PR10 for NicheBOT. That could well bring traffic tsunamis that could bring our servers to its kneees.

A PR6 is about all I would have anticipated 2 years ago when I began the reciprocal campaign I talk about in my 8-day course.

And speaking of beginnings, that brings me to another question…

Are you still fumbling around in the starting blocks with your online career?

Don’t feel bad, it took me nearly 4 full years until I finally “got it.” (It was almost like getting a
4 year degree at a University.)

I really found out how important it is to have a network of people to use as a resource, but I learned a number of disciplines so I did not have to count on others for EVERYTHING.

I really grueled over certain disciplines and specific skills in online business.

Back just four years ago, ebooks were all the craze and the internet connections were just too slow to run video back then.

Thanks to the advent of ever changing technology, you are now able to take what took me 4 years to learn via telephone, instant message and email and have it all at your fingertips whenever you need it.

How would you feel about having 254+ online, how to, training videos at your beckon call, 24/7/365?

I know I would have given my right arm if there were something to streamline my training like you are now about.

Through NicheBOT’s alliances and for the subscriber base only, I was able to get you access to these videos for an insanely low price. (Bargain basement if you ask me.)

This is a literal library of knowledge for you to reap some know-how about some of the things you may be struggling with RIGHT NOW.

Check it out

I personally do not know how long this offer will be available, but if you’ve ever wanted to get over a few humps without continually asking people, this is a great way to bolt ahead.

I truly hope that PR10 goes down soon — it freaks me out a little — even though I would really like to glow and enjoy it if it were real. So would ya put in a little prayer for me, okay?

Until next time…


Jim Morris, President/CEO
Full Throttle Enterprises, Inc. - Find what people search for


Rational UCD

RY 00000034 - Rational UCD 4 Month May 2006 Coop

Job: Student Opportunities/Software Development/Software Developer
Location: Markham & Toronto Area
Organization: Software Development Lab/Lab/RY - Rational Desktop Dev. Tool Products


The following position is a part of IBM Canada’s EPIC (Employment Pathways to Interns & Co-ops) Student Program. These outstanding entry-level IT, sales, and corporate positions are limited to students registered in a Canadian University or College co-op or internship program, who have completed a minimum of 2 years of their degree or diploma program, and who will be returning to full-time study upon the completion of the temporary IBM workterm.

The Rational User Centered Design team has an opening for a student with a strong interest in Human-Computer Interaction and/or User Interface Design. The position will appeal to candidates eager to build on existing technical skills by applying them where it really matters: making our Application Development products the industry standard for ease of use. This job involves evaluating designs of AD solutions in order to identify and resolve potential usability problems.

The successful candidate will be responsible for gathering user feedback to evaluate IBM and competitor solutions, then translating the data into designs and design recommendations. Specific job responsibilities include:

Coordinate and execute user feedback activities such as task analyses, design walkthroughs, and validation activities.
Analyze user feedback and determine design recommendations.
Use design recommendations to articulate user interfaces via mockups and prototypes.
Work with developers and other members of project teams to optimize usability of all product externals.

The IBM Toronto Laboratory is one of the largest software development sites in IBM and the fourth-largest R&D facility in Canada. A dynamic team of 1,500 highly skilled professionals, who develop, test, service and market our products, are among the most talented in the industry. The Lab has world-wide missions within IBM for database management, application development tools, network computing applications and banking solutions. These products are used across all IBM systems (i.e. personal computers, AS/400, RS/6000, S/390), and many other non-IBM platforms, such as Linux, HP-UX, Sun Solaris and Windows 95/98/NT.

Our Database Technology group develops DB2 Universal Database — IBM’s powerful relational database management system that is now being used as the heart of electronic commerce solutions for Web-based business. In fact, thousands of companies — including 80% of the Fortune 500 — rely on DB2 for scaleable, reliable data management, helping customers make sense of their terabytes of data.


- Experience Preferred
- Courses in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Human Factors, Cognitive Psychology, Behavioral Science.
- Intermediate programming skills with understanding of OO concepts.
- Social science research skills, including experimental design, data collection, and elementary statistics.
- Ability to translate user feedback into user interface design.
- Experience working with/on software development teams.
- Working knowledge of application development tools.
- Strong interpersonal skills.
- Students applying to this posting must be registered in a co-op or internship program for the length of the placement
- Minimum one completed work term
- This position is intended for senior-level undergraduate students who will be returning to full-time study upon completion of the internship/co-op term


PREFERRED DISCIPLINES: Computer Science/Engineering/Math





To submit your resume and transcript information for this position, please do the following:

1- apply online to IBM via under -> Student Opportunities -> to the position number/title above. Note that full and complete resume and transcript information is required. If your online application is missing your resume, transcript, or any other pertinent information, your application will not be considered.

2- You must include your “CAREER CENTRE I.D NUMBER”, for confirmation of your co-op or internship status.

Please note that you only need to attach ONE resume, cover letter, and transcript to your profile, regardless of how many positions you apply to. A separate, tailored resume & cover letter are not required for each job. Although this is not required, should you wish to attach separate resumes or cover letters for each position you apply to, you can do so by attaching a new document with the *same title* over top of the resume or cover letter in your profile each time you apply for a new job


If selected for interview, you will also be required to complete an online aptitude test. You will be sent an invitation via email and must complete the test on or before your interview date.

One of the purposes of our student programs is to identify students who, based on mutually satisfactory work term experience, would be suitable candidates to join IBM and start a career following graduation.

IBM Canada Limited is committed to the principle of equity in employment. We encourage applications from qualified women, men, members of visible minorities, aboriginal persons and persons who are physically challenged.


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