Have you played with Google Squared yet? This is a Google Labs product that returns search results in a very unusual way. Instead of a list of search results in the typical Google fashion, Google Square returns a spreadsheet like result. Search for automobiles and you get the popular brands of cars along with a sample picture and other common attributes. You can add columns to the search result and Google Square fills in the missing details as best as it can with content from the Internet. You can also add rows if you want for items Google Squared didn't find and it will dutifully find the other attributes in your square, or just start an empty square and build/save your own. A fascinating way to do comparisons such as roller coasters, romantic movies and parks in Ontario. The really amazing thing is how accurate it is for certain attributes and how brutally bad the Internet is in terms of structure. The fact it can do this on basically highly unstructured data is incredible -- this is what many people call the start of the semantic web, aka Web 3.0.
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