Wednesday, February 25, 2004
Douwe Osinga has created a number of interesting "Google Hacks" as [art of an ongoing programming experiment.
He notes that his projects are "Google Hacks in that they use Google for something fun or interesting in a way that Google was not designed for. Google stimulates these projects in a limited way. The Google API allows programmers to do up to a 1000 searches a day from their own projects. Pretty neat, except for that a 1000 is not that much when a service becomes public, especially since some hacks below use more than one search per operation."
If you have any interest in either programming or web search, you should check it out.
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