Social networking for law librarians and friends of law libraries
Rob and friends... I ran some of the same searches that we did in Wolfram Alpha in the new Google Squared semantic search tool that was released to the public yesterday. I blogged about the results on 3 Geeks and you can go there to see the results.
I found the G2 search to be really interesting, and found some "glitches" in the search structure. In G2 it seems that the pattern of your search query will change the results. So, if you search for "Patents IBM" you get nothing back... but, if you search "IBM Patents" you do get a result. Pretty interesting results.
I also searched Scott Frey's "Justices of Supreme Court" and found that G2 actually gave me US Supreme Court Justices, rather than towns in Illinois and Louisiana.
Anyone else tried out Google Squared yet?