With regard to:
I wanted to search only the code listings to maximize the possibility of really getting a relevant article. If I searched through the entire site, or through the articles, I got results that make even less sense then they do now. (see this for example) :)
So, while I do plead ignorance to the column listed, I think my solution is better tailored for the situation.
you can just have WWW::Search::Google
"This text has appeared in an edited form" site:stonehenge.com YOUR_KE
and you'll get just the columns. I just tried it, works fine.
-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker
Thanks for that idea... I've implemented
the column-only search on my site now
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