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:Zeitgeist: Google Press Center

It seems to be google day for me, my other google post was about My search history feature, which is about You, and your History,
& this post about Zeitgeist, which is the google press center which is also about Others, and the current - future of google queries

here is some interesting statistics
Top Gaining Queries : danica patrick
Top Declining Queries: nintendo revolution
Popular Retailers: Amazon
Popular Reference: dictionary.com
Popular Travel-Related: hotels
Popular Blondes: madonna (come on guys she's OLD)
Popular Brunettes: carmen electra
Popular Sports: cricket
Popular Technology: Linux ( GO LINUX GOOO)
Popular Country: india (whats going on there?)
Popular Cars: ferrari ( no rooms for Lada :d)

more about it
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