consider the following search (which appeared in my logs): http://ixquick.com/do/metasearch.pl?cat=web&cat=web&cmd=proc ess_search&language=english&query=liquid+design the same article exists on three different sites... my personal site doesn't make it in at all (well, not in the first two screens), but the following two entries appear: Liquid Design for the Web - Algonquin Studios - Web & Enterprise Software Solution... With so many users and so many variables that control window size, you've got an infinite number of possible dimensions in users' browser windows. This article will address screen resolution by offering some tips and caveats for liquid design. http://algonquinstudios.com/article_177.html Highlighted Result (new!) alltheweb (2), Lycos (5) Liquid Design for the Web : evolt.org, Site Development A world community for web developers, evolt.org promotes the mutual free exchange of ideas, skills and experiences. http://www.evolt.org/article/Liquid_Design_for_the_Web/20/15177 Highlighted Result (new!) AOL (2), MSN (6) interestingly, it pulls the meta description from the page as the abstract for the search results... perhaps we could do the same for our articles? use the abstract from the article as the meta description? does anyone have any interest in that? or see any value in it?