Analyzing Google

Google Talk is a great. You enter in a few words, and it guesses at the next one, based upon a google search of the string. It then moves the window and tries to continue the sentence. It’s a little like playing word associations with the collective unconscious. Here are some of the statements that were elicited, using the bold words as a prompt:

Social informatics is the science of getting rich.

George Bush doesn’t know how to make a web page in a weekend.

The last thing you want to do when you’re bored? Things like going to the movies in the park.

When I get older I am going to kill you. Hey you must’ve been a beautiful baby. You must have been a beautiful baby, you must have been a beautiful baby, you must [etc.]

I need to take a stand. On the issue of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, the assessment of the British government, and the Constitution in the Supreme Court of the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. USSR or Soviet Union was formed, in the summer of the Swans, by Betsy Byars. The book was published in by the American embassy in Bangkok, Thailand. [etc.]

You really shouldn’t be doing this, if you don’t know Jack.

Pasta is best served with a good selection of theory pants on-line? Also, do you have any questions? or comments please contact us at info@silcnet.org, if you think you can’t afford to pay for a good or service to the public. And to the news media for its coverage of the war in Iraq, and the so-called War on Terrorism is bogus. The attacks…

My ideal vacation would be to go to the NOAA homepage, National Weather Service, to provide a service to the public. In the St. Francis River Basin, AR, MO. Vince Guillet, GIS.

I think Buffalo is the best team in the world.

UB is the only way to go.

The campus is absolutely beautiful and I am sure that you have a virus and I have a problem with this site.

The communication theory class. It is very important to us.

Those with graduate degrees tend to be more vain than other ones…

Graduates of our program have been very successful in attracting new businesses to the area, and looking for a good book on LF photography.

Professors tend to be more careful with the probing beam…

Ok, enough of that. I need to remember to bring this up for the (very important) com theory class when we talk about information theory.

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  1. Posted 10/18/2003 at 5:54 pm | Permalink

    What an interesting game! It’s like a Google version of MadLibs. I don’t know that I have anything particularly new to add here, but I really enjoyed the GW Bush search…

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