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Wednesday, September 28, 2005

 
An article in the New York Times has more on the size wars. Google is apparently going to get users to decide for themselves how big their index is, and they'll post guidelines in their weblog. There may or may not be a prize for the best guess apparently. I have to admit that this is getting very tiresome now. Either tell us or don't. Not that many people will care either way; I lose interest after the first 20 or so results and don't care if there are another 50 or 5,000,000 tagged on after that. As for this 'take a guess' rubbish - look Google, you've long since gone from cute, laid back and relaxed company into a many billion dollar enterprise. You jumped the shark with the last share offer based on pi, and it's just not funny any longer. I don't think 'Ohhhh, those Google guys!' and think 'Get a life and grow up'.

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