New search function
It just occurred to me what you are doing. You are manually building a new search capability. You are helping the boffins in the back office. 加油！
pretzellogicMarch 05, 2010, 03:23 AM
well, I don't know that i'm helping anyone.What I wanted to do was make an informed recommendation about a lesson, given the previous lessons that have already been created. IMHO, There's dialogue that should be taught, but I wanted to make sure that it hadn't already been taught and I just missed it. But you're right, I do hope it can be used for search as well. The unfortunate thing is that I don't really know how cpod's search engine works, and wether or not it can take advantage of this.
bodaweiMarch 05, 2010, 03:29 AM
Maybe we are mis-communicating? - I was referring to your little vocab lists you have been posting in the lesson threads. I thought that this might be to help the search engine retrieve the required lesson.
pretzellogicMarch 05, 2010, 03:33 AM
no, I don't think we're miscommunicating. What I probably poorly said was my main purpose for the vocab lists was something else, and my secondary purpose was for the search engine capability you thought it was for.
bodaweiMarch 05, 2010, 03:44 AM
Gotcha. Funny thing, when I made my first comment here, the last two sentences of your post were not showing. This is another glitch in the system. Now, reading your full comment I see your point. Maybe this is a function of posts and comments made too close together in time. Like in the old days on radio telephones the speaker needed to say 'Over'.
bodaweiMarch 05, 2010, 03:52 AM
DAMN!! It happened again! Your sentence 'Actually, I'll say, roger!' crept in after I posted. Hmmm. Maybe it was the 'Roger'?
Okay, the rule is: you say Over (or Roger) then go and make yourself a cuppa before responding any more. Okay? OVER! ...
[sounds of someone making a cuppa]