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Making Google Talk

Friday, October 08, 2004

I dunno why, but I like to pick on the popular search engine, Google. Anyways, I stumbled upon this site that makes Google 'talk'. ???

How does it work? Enter three or four words below. The system will search for this sentence at Google, find the next word and print that. Than it will remove the first word of the search string, add the found word and repeat. The result seems to be meaningfull sometimes. Other times it is giblish. But always fun.



Google talk
a
Google Hack
by
Douwe Osinga
posted by Ivan Choe, 1:46 pm

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