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nice toy: google.public.labs.sets (amazing what you can do with a few billion search queries)
hohum: google.public.labs.glossary (must be something of interest I'm missing...)
huh: google.public.labs.keyboard-shortcuts (scratches head. nah...already got keyboard shortcuts - dont' confuse the issue)
nifty: google.public.labs.voice-search (I have no use for it, but nifty none-the-less. Would be cooler if it could do it via telephony)
I could really drive my wife nuts by talking to my monitor all day long.
Put in "walk" and "run" and it returns "hop" "skip" "jump", ...
Put in "apple" and "orange" and it returns other kinds of fruits.
Put in two competive companies in an industry and it returns other companies in the same industry/
You get a bunch of other companies that sell used cds on the web.
I have tried a couple of dozen examples. It works better for bigger companies (more incomming links?).
Roughly, (this is off the top and probably is not stated that well) an authority in a web community is a page that a lot of other pages point to in that same realm. In the community defined by "gateway" and "dell" you will find other companies that sell computers retail (compaq, hp, ibm, apple, acer, micron,...). try it. enter gateway and dell into google sets.
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? ~How~ does that work? You dial a PHONE number, say your request, and then, magically, your search results appear on the computer?
How would they know how to put which phone call with which ip? If I just click the 'click here' link, I get a different search each time...like it is a random search.
It has to be a joke...
<added> I do like the keyboard shortcuts..