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Dienstag, 24. Januar 2012

Did you mean Google?

How long will it take until the Google engine becomes aware of itself? 10 years? 100 years? Or is this out of question?
Are there are any signs of self representation by now? And how to detect them? 
BS made a test that can easily be repeated by YOU, my dear reader. Remember: Google is a compliant proband. He/She/It will tell you the same secrets that I got from him/her/it.
First google "google" with three o's (gooogle), four o's (goooogle) and so on ...
(make sure that Google instant predictions are off)
Result: More than four o's are to much for our little search engine. "Did you mean google" appears only with three to four o's. From 5 to 124 o's you actually get search results (but the more o's the more senseless). I guess there are websites with even 125 Google-o's, but they don't appear in the results, because a Google search term is limited to 128 signs (7 Bit).
Now we should dare the enlightening look into the mirror: Type "elgoog" and press "I'm Feeling Lucky" (even if you don't feel lucky) 
Result: You land on a page where the Google site is completely mirrored, or formulated correctly:   
.derorrim yletelpmoc si eglooG erew egap a no dnal uoY
For rash readers, here is the direct link to the "mirror server" ;) 
Now that we know that Google recognizes his twin brother elgooG and can count to four, we should grant the engine at least recreational holidays once a year ... 

DID YOU ...

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