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May 30, 2003

A new popularity indicator from Google

Doc Searls discovered after a typo mistakes that for Google “O” stands for “O'Reilly”. Because each discover leads to a development in the blog world: in a special section of ChangeMedia you can find what is called now “the Google alphabet” (developed with the Google Web APIs).

Today, according to this alphabet, “L” stands for “Europa” ("Europa - The European Union On-Line"). But if you use Google carefully, you will find that in french, «L» stands for ""... it would be really cool if this script could take into account the language of the alphabet...

(Via "The Doc Searls Weblog" - “Lucky” and "raelity bytes" - “Luck O' the Reilly”)

Posted by Jean-Philippe on May 30, 2003 at 04:36 PM 13 Comments, 295 TrackBacks

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