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    Red face Google..errr..froogle ?

    hello everyone,

    ermm..i was wondering if you guys have known these sides of google :



    [ Google's technological playground, as it calls itself, it has all sorts of other stuff related to search and logic, not exactly search, quotes and glossary and lotsa stuff]

    Second :


    [ err..this is a product search, google is general, this is product specific, if you want to buy some product or something, this is the place.]

    Found these new finds cool, thought i'd share.

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    Leftie Linux Lover the_JinX's Avatar
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    Wow.. cool find..

    I do hope my girlfriend never finds out about Froogle and buy's the whole internet

    And that Google Viewer and the glossary engine is great too !!
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    Perfect.. ty for the hint ....


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    Impressive.......really cool. Thanx for sharing. Now i got something new to "play" with
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    Wonder where ya found that labs.google.com from !
    Anyway, cool.

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    To see all that google offers http://www.google.com/options/.

    My favorite has to be http://www.google.com/linux

    Froogle - froogle.google.com - New!
    Find products for sale from across the Web. More...

    Google Answers - answers.google.com
    An open forum where Researchers answer your questions for a fee. More...

    Google Catalogs - catalogs.google.com
    Search and browse mail-order catalogs online. More...

    Google Groups - groups.google.com
    Post and read comments in Usenet discussion forums. More...

    Google Image Search - images.google.com
    The most comprehensive image search on the web with 390 million images. More...

    Google Labs - labs.google.com
    Prototypes and projects in development by Google engineers, including: Google Viewer - Google WebQuotes - Google Glossary - Google Sets - Voice Search - Keyboard Shortcuts. More...
    Google News - news.google.com - New!
    Search and browse 4,000 continuously updated news sources. More...

    Google Special Searches - www.google.com/options/specialsearches.html
    Narrow your search to a specific topic, such as BSD, Apple, and Microsoft.

    Google University Search - www.google.com/options/universities.html
    Narrow your search to a specific school website.

    Google Web Directory - directory.google.com
    The web organized by topic into categories. More...

    Google Web Search - www.google.com
    Relevant results fast from searching more than 3 billion web pages.

    Google Wireless - www.google.com/options/wireless.html
    Access Google's adaptable search technology from any number of handheld devices.

    Google Tools

    Google Browser Buttons - www.google.com/options/buttons.html
    Access Google's search technology by adding our buttons to your browser's personal toolbar.

    Google in Your Language - services.google.com/tc/Welcome.html
    Volunteer to translate Google's help information and search interface into your favorite language.

    Google Toolbar - toolbar.google.com
    Take the power of Google with you by adding the toolbar to your IE browser. More...

    Google Translate Tool - www.google.com/language_tools
    Translate text or entire web pages.

    Google Web APIs - www.google.com/apis/
    A tool for software developers to automatically query Google. More...
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    lol you just missed froogle hah, there's still that point to invader's post

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    Damn, and here I though it had something to do with frogs...lol
    Google is my God.....so much knowledge with such a small Edit box 'n' button.

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    Yeah, Google is great. It flies through the net and grabs everything you want in a matter of seconds. It's so unselfish

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    Talking Also nice !!

    Google customization is realy cool too !!


    if you want to try it: use the google search on my homepage http://tp2.be
    a black google with green letters is the result !!

    I would have put the resulting page here if ao wouldn't add < br> tags to the url, like I once posted about long urls a while back..
    ASCII stupid question, get a stupid ANSI.
    When in Russia, pet a PETSCII.

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