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August 4th, 2002

Addicted to Google

I admit it. I love Google. I love Google News Search, Google Image Search and Google Groups.

But it got me to thinking what else could benefit from Google. For instance, Google Refrigerator. I walk up to my fridge, type in what I’m looking for (“tasty soy meal” “ketchup” “spot of tea”) and it returns all my results out of a small chute in the refrigerator’s door.

Have you had any Google visions?

Posted in Technology

FROM: Chris [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday August 4, 2002 -- 10:23:00 am
Google spouse?



FROM: Kate [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday August 4, 2002 -- 3:45:52 pm
Excellent idea, Chris! Searching for a partner via Google -- what would I put in my search string? Hmm...




FROM: jk
DATE: Sunday August 4, 2002 -- 5:22:38 pm
I enjoy googling my (unusual) last name. I have discovered that I have distant relatives in Denmark who are microbiologists. And a paper I wrote in college in 1989 is out there for everyone to read thanks to a professor who early on saw the power of the web.



FROM: Dave Walls
DATE: Sunday August 4, 2002 -- 11:42:42 pm
I always love looking up my own name in Google, and seeing what goofy results come up..self serving? Yeah, whats your point? ;-)



FROM: me
DATE: Tuesday August 6, 2002 -- 8:37:41 pm
google lines. 'something funny to say' 'comebacks' 'i wanna sound smart' thatd be good



FROM: Abbey
DATE: Friday August 4, 2006 -- 10:39:29 pm
I HATE GOOGLE. There, I said it. I just can't stand it!! I prefer Ask.com. Their system is just a lot more understandable.



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