Whitey - 12:22 am on Dec 11, 2010 (gmt 0)
Google's Marissa Mayer [crunchbase.com...] is signalling that the big G knows enough about users to produce SERP's automatically, based on what a visitor does and where they've been, rather by simply entering keywords.
Technically, she’s now the head of consumer products for the company. So what’s she working on?
Well, as we’ve all heard, location is a big part of it. But she’s also thinking about a bigger picture item that Google is still working on. This is what Google is calling “contextual discovery”. This means being able to look at either a person’s browsing profile or their location profile and serving up interesting data to them without them searching for anything. Yes, it’s Google results without the search. [techcrunch.com...]