|By Mark O'Neill||
|December 13, 2009 05:15 PM EST||
Techcrunch reports that Google has some implicit suggestions about newspapers, based on the drop-down suggestions it gives when you begin a search with "Newspapers are."
It's a nice example of the hive mind at work.
But check out the first suggestion Google gives you if you type "Cloud Computing is" into a Google search bar.
I won't spoil the surprise here.
Interestingly, Google used to give similar suggestions for "SOA is", but the results are now a lot less frank and confrontational than they were a month ago.
Does this show a change in general attitude about SOA, or is it just that Google cleaned up the results? hmm.
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