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[20 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

Roughly a year ago, Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, included the word “Google”, albeit with a reference to it being a trademark.
arts technica’s Nate Anderson, even went so far as to make a prediction that within a decade, it will also become a word with an alternate (negative) connotation, i.e.
“Go google yourself”
Of course, presently it refers to the use of the Google search engine on the web. On the other hand, the same online dictionary isn’t quite so generous with fellow search-engine-classmate Yahoo – referring to it as a noun for a …

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[19 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

We’re all well aware of just how integrated Google (and the internet in general) has become with the Western world. Almost an inseparable part of our our lives, in such a short amount of time (well, at least mine anyway). My internet connection went haywire a few weeks back, and given I’ve already burnt all my books, I felt like I was Giligan on Giligan’s Island …. by myself.
So that said, I was pretty pleased to see that Google’s has revised yet-another technical masterpiece from its labs…
“The new Google Search …