SIGIA-L Mail Archives: RE: SIGIA-L: Google results for Sept. 11
RE: SIGIA-L: Google results for Sept. 11th
From: Madonnalisa G. Chan (lchan_at_mywhine.com)
Date: Wed Sep 19 2001 - 21:26:55 EDT
I'm curious if people would go straight to a search engine for current or
historical content? Perhaps history...would you expect the most current
information for something that just happened to appear in the top 10 links
of a search engine within a few moments of it happening?
Very interesting post Chris. What do others think?
Thanks for sharing...
From: owner-sigia-l_at_asis.org [mailto:owner-sigia-l_at_asis.org]On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2001 9:07 PM
To: SIGIA; chi web
Subject: SIGIA-L: Google results for Sept. 11th
(apologies for the cross post sigIA<>Chi-web )
For the most part, everything that you'd expect was there,
the top 10 was all they showed and they were all about the
events of Sept. 11th.
But I was struck by the fact that Google recorded 6,000 hits
a minute for "cnn" -- there are so many people out there who
operate the internet completely differently than we experts
do. Those are the people public sites can't forget.
On the lighter side, and thank god there is one:
1. us open
3. hank the angry dwarf
6. david blaine
7. shark attacks
8. anne heche
9. Carly Fiorina
10. kate winslet
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