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“Soople.com” question

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Shamou, Jan 22, 2007.

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  1. Shamou

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    Soople.com is a site that allows you to do more specific researches in Google… however when I click on the “Soople.com” icon the url that goes into the address bar is “http:www.soople.com/?” for a fraction of a second but then it reverts to "http://www.lunarpages.com/" and of course, that later site is the one that opens instead of Soople.com…

    I was wondering if that could be due to some type or malware that my PC has contracted… or if Soople.com no longer exists…
     
  2. TOGG

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    I get the same result as you and the fact that lunarpages is a hosting service suggests to me that the site has folded.

    If you Google around 'soople.com' or its creator 'floris van tonningen' you will find a lot of material but no current pages (at least not in the few minutes I spent looking).

    It's odd how you can sometimes find traces of completely out of date sites while this one just seems to have disappeared.
     
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