A while back I created  a Google Custom Search profile  for blogs listed in the Code4Lib Planet aggregator . It hasn't been updated since 2006. I see in the control panel for Google Custom Search that it is possible to add other Google accounts as administrators, and I'm certainly open to doing that. (Anyone: send me your Google account ID and I'll add you.)
On May 2, 2011, at 5:14 PM, Cindy Harper wrote:
> That reminds me - I was looking last week into the possibility of making a
> Google custom search site with either a whitelist of trusted technology
> sites, or a blacklist of sites to exclude. I haven't looked into whether
> the management of that could be group-sourced, but maybe someone else here
> has thought about this. I haven't looked into the terms of service of
> custom search sites, either. But of course slashdot was high on the
> whitelist. I was thinking about sites for several purposes - general
> technology news and opinion, or specific troubleshooting / programming
> sites. Some way to avoid the site-scrapers who populate the troubleshooting
> Cindy Harper, Colgate U.
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