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Friday, March 24, 2006

 

Google Search Vs Google Base

You can describe Google Base, simply and accurately, as a service that lets you submit, categorize and describe individual web pages that you own, or any content you provide. Along with categorization, you can upload pictures and describe content to the best of your ability by assigning it parameters. This effectively adds a "human touch" rather than letting Google computers make guesses as to the meaning of your data .
Google Search, in contrast, sends out armies of robots that scour the internet for content, and takes all the data it can find. Based on that data, it categorizes web pages automatically by what it thinks the site is about.

Could this be the beginnings of "Google Search 2.0"?



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