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FUNNIEST AND CRAZY THING: WHY WON'T MY PARAKEET EAT MY DIARRHEA

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What a funny search! Have you tried using Google Search and upon typing the words "Why won't .....Google will continue to suggest and complete the words by saying "Why won't my parakeet eat my diarrhea?" LOL!

How funny isn't it? Why it goes that way? Why Google suggesting such phrase? Is Google knows someone feeding his pet with diarrhea?

You may try and you'll come across such funny words. I tried it myself, and yes, it happened. Try to take a look of the photo below. You'll see its results.

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Google: Real-Time Search

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Without doubt, one of the largest growing areas within the Search Industry is Real-Time Search. That is the ability to search resources (usually User Generated Content and Web2.0 self-publicising platforms) that has just been created/uploaded. The best example of this is Twitter Search, which allows users to search through Tweets within real-time. This contrasts against traditional Search Engines that need to index and catalogue webpages before they become available through the engine. A recent article on Revolution discussed how Google will integrate itself into this new area of search. The article quotes the unofficial Google System blog as saying that a real-time search service from Google would most likely deliver results sorted by relevancy that could integrate into Google's main results page. According to Revolution, Google's chief executive Eric Schmidt has made it clear that Google is interested in the growth and potential of live search. At the recent Zeitgeist Europe, Google co-founder Larry Page said, "People really want to do stuff in real-time and they [Twitter] have done a great job about it. We will do a good job of things now we have these examples."

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An Insight Into Google’s Design Decisions

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Recently, Google announced a significant update to its Search function: the Options panel. Although - for the most part - it’s only a different way to display some old features, changes such as this one can have a profound impact on the most important service on the web today. Design-wise, though, it doesn’t look like much. The new pane on the left side looks simple and logical; almost as if its design wasn’t even a problem that needed addressing, and they just went with the first thing they came up with. After all, it’s only blue, plain letters on a white background, right?

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Google Search Has Changed Forever with Google Search Options

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Did you think the launch of Google’s Universal search back in 2007 was revolutionary? Well it looks like the introduction of Universal search formed baby steps to Google’s new search feature called Search options. Google’s search options adds an extra layer of dynamic filters to the search engine result page (SERPs) – with a single click a search result has extra filters (on the left) that shows your search query results as Video, Forum posts or Review only results. You can also further filter your results by time or choose to display more text on the description area of the SERPs. I think the most impressive features are the Wonder Wheel, which is a visual SERP that suggests similarly search queries visually, and the Time Line option that displays search results by time with a graph that shows search volume over time.

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Google Takes the Next Step in Personalized Search

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Google’s Searchology event was today, and Google used this to give kind of a "state of search" presentation, something the company often does in a variety of formats. One of the highlights of the event was Marissa Mayer introducing some changes to Google’s search results. This is called "Search Options," and allows users to "slice" and "dice" results in a number of ways. Now when you perform a search on Google, you will see a link under the search box that says "show options." Clicking this will bring up a left-side navigation menu allowing you to check out results for video, forums, and reviews, and view them from "any time," "recent results," "the past 24 hours," "the past week," and the "past year."

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Google Labs Tests User Interfaces For Images, News Search

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Google Labs on Monday launched two services, one for searching images and the other news, as part of an ongoing effort to build better user interfaces on top of the search engine's massive database of information. The new services are called Similar Images and News Timeline. The former, as the name would imply, gives users the option of clicking on an image in order to narrow a search to similar pictures; the latter organizes results in news searches by timeline.

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