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Animated map of Google searches

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The folks at Google Labs have, of course, been busy. A number of papers from their work are available on their website. Most deals with, not surprisingly, searching methods and file systems. One paper, entitled “Interpreting the Data: Parallel Analysis with Sawzall” refers to a gif movie that displays the geographical distribution of search requests throughout a particular day.

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