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Does it bug anyone else when a Google search returns a hit for a site like "readablog" before the hit for your original article?

Clearly they have figured out how to game the search engines (or Google at least). Clearly their aim is to sell advertising (as "view source" shows) using weblogs as "free" content.

I do not mind aggregators (like Bloglines or Google Reader) in the slightest as they offer added value to the user. I do mind sites like "readablog" that offer no added value, and want to profit off a mangled copy of my content by presenting it to search engines.