Google Returns a Fraction of 2022 Results

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As I have been reviewing the search links in the “Search Is No Longer Boolean” class, I see one obvious change: the number of results for more-or-less complex strings has dramatically declined.

lisp “developer” anna jones – 10 (was 94) results lisp “engineer” anna jones – 9 (was 233) — that is 3%! lisp “engineer” OR “developer” anna jones – 13 (was 231) intitle:”jim stroud” (“vice president” OR vp) 87 (was 687) results intitle:”jim stroud” vp 86 (was 200) intitle:”jim stroud” “vp 84 (was 78)

Other searches show similar reductions in results.

What that means, is

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