slow cookers

slow cookers

Because of their recent appearance on the Web,slow cookerscontent farms have not yet received a lot of explicit attention from the research community. The model of hiring inexpensive freelancers to produce content of marginal or questionable quality was first discussed as an alternative strategy to generating fake content automatically; this was discussed together with an example of the infrastructure necessary to make content-farm-based sites profitable through online ads, along with techniques to detect social spam that promotes such content.[2]

While not explicitly motivated by content farms, there has been Slow cooker recent interest in the automatic categorisation of web sites according to the quality of their content.[15][16] A detailed study on the application of these methods to the identification of content farm pages is yet to be done.

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Sarah Ward – In Bitter Chill

In Bitter Chill by Sarah Ward

In Bitter Chill

Product Description

Bampton, Derbyshire, January 1978. Two girls go missing: Rachel Jones returns, Sophie Jenkins is never found. Thirty years later: Sophie Jenkins’s mother commits suicide.

Rachel Jones has tried to put the past behind her and move on with her life. But news of the suicide re-opens old wounds and Rachel realises that the only way she can have a future is to finally discover what really happened all those years ago.

This is a story about loss and family secrets, and how often the very darkest secrets are those that are closest to you.

 

 

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Because of their recent slow cooker appearance on the Web, content farms have not yet received a lot of explicit attention from the research community. The model of hiring inexpensive freelancers to produce content of marginal or questionable quality was first discussed as an alternative strategy to generating fake content automatically; this was discussed together with an example of the infrastructure necessary to make content-farm-based sites profitable through online ads, along with techniques to detect social spam that promotes such content.[2]

While not explicitly motivated by content farms, there has been recent slow cookeinterest in the automatic categorisation of web sites according to the quality of their content.[15][16] A detailed study on the application of these methods to the identification of content farm pages is yet to be done.

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