January 08, 2010

Googlegooglegooglegoogle.com


For the super geek in all of us, there's a new search engine that allows a user to search for four items all at the same time. This wild new multi task program is the brain child of a couple of guys named Alex and Erty. Alex and Erty were chatting on Google Talk one night, and Erty wondered if Googlegoogle.com was taken. Erty jokingly wondered if they could set up a search site for Google itself. Googlegoogle.com was already taken, but Alex noted that Googlegooglegooglegoogle.com was still available. On an impulse, they bought the domain name and one of the two guys had the idea of putting four Googles on a single page.


To find Googlegooglegooglegoogle.com, the user must type in four googles followed by the .com. The home page of this site instantly brings up a screen with four separate Google search engines, with each window working independently from the others. While it looks like this search engine is supported by a wide range of browsers (including Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera) it does require a browser that has JavaScript enabled and supports iFrames.

I experimented with the site some days ago, and discovered that Google Quad really does work, and works as quickly as regular Google. To use, simple type in four search requests (one per window), hit enter, and wait for the results to appear. The windows are pretty itty bitty (….about postcard size) but are easy to scroll around by using the directional arrows.

The coolest aspect of this program is that a searcher can go back and four between four different windows at once, which makes internet research much faster. For those of us who multi task as we write, this site is a on-line researcher's dream come true.

Although Googlegooglegooglegoogle.com is not recommended for heavy browsing primarily because individual frames don’t have many important browser features. In fact it just has 3 buttons as of now – address button, Home page (i.e. Google.com) and the collapse frame button. Even the address bar pop is not very user friendly as of now. But still it is kinda fun to browse on this!!...

Cheers,
-K Himaanshu Meehirs' Shukla...



3 comments:

Anonymous said...

nice one baby ;-)

Anonymous said...

Google ke peeche naha dhookar kyun pad gaya hai re??????????

santosh said...

Excellent man......

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