Powdork - 9:49 am on Dec 25, 2006 (gmt 0) [edited by: Powdork at 9:50 am (utc) on Dec. 25, 2006]
Surely they must be able to see the insanity of all this. I've been home from work for about two hours during which I've tried a number of searches and seen at least three completely different (meaning very few of the same sites on the first page). This occurs for virtually every keyword having to do with my location. They are missing big time on all the three R's (rhyme, reason, and relevance).
Can you imagine visiting the wikipedia page for water the first time, and it only had info on ice, the second time it only had info on water (liquid), and when you visited again it only had info on water vapor.
Can you imagine visiting any authoritative resource about anything and have it give you completely different (and quite often contradictory) info each time you visit. It would only be a short time before it was no longer considered a resource.
On the other hand, this might be a good time to test some things. Who else but us geeks is actually thinking about Google right now?;)
[edited by: Powdork at 9:50 am (utc) on Dec. 25, 2006]