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Ok, I see a new game--how many key strokes to get a person or topic. Or, given close names, who comes up first.

I've been playing that game too. ;-)

Impressive, but frankly I find it distracting.

It makes me kind of motion sick and dreamy, but then again, so did MTV when it first started airing videos.

I'm the first jeneane s.

beat by the wrong spelling of jeanene garafalo's name and jeneane turner.

Obviously, I have work to do.

Here is a post explaining how it works.

my first reaction was... yuck.
to controlling.

I kind of like it, it might be _that_ one step forward in search engines. Although it still didn't find me a decent wi-fi hotspot from Langkawi...

Has anyone come up with a similar thing for typing URLs? I mean, something similar to way most browsers suggest URL completions from your history files, but linked to, say, a WHOIS database, prioritised by popularity. Technically it must be a lot easier than what google's doing, and probably more useful.

Merry Holidays for the new improved Javascripticalicious Google Alphabet. That'll show those punks for being mean to Eric Rice.

thank to google for all.

I just finished implementing Google suggest for a dictionary database.

http://www.objectgraph.com/dictionary

The code is clean and you could see it by using "View Source"

The dictionary database is on an SQL server (total of 18000+ words) with an index on the word column.

I created CPAN search about a week before he did this.

Not everyone can read compressed javascript though.

CPAN Suggest

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It makes me kind of motion sick and dreamy, but then again, so did MTV when it first started airing videos.

I'm the first jeneane s.

beat by the wrong spelling of jeanene garafalo's name and jeneane turner.

Obviously, I have work to do.

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