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Google, are you learning Icelandic?

Recently I found occasion to reprimand Google for poor Icelandic spelling They promptly corrected the situation and what’s more, lately I’ve seen some indications that Google is tackling Icelandic Grammar! If true, my hat is off to Google. I always give kudos to someone that takes the time to learn our (beautiful but a little…

The International Search Summit in London – 22nd May 2008

The leader of Multilingual Search Marketing Andy Atkins Kruger of WebCertain is setting up a conference at the British Library, London. International Search Summit Programme looks great with a speaker line-up of such talent as Dixon Jones, Sante Achille a Multilingual Search news blog editor, Barry Lloyd from MakeMeTop and Michael Bonfils and not forgetting…

More on Google, the Google paranoia

Been doing research on Google and how it collects data and among other information we found was this blog, couple of good articles, http://mountainrunner.us/ict/ – read this blog post http://mountainrunner.us/2006/02/google.html Google knows* what we search for and click over to, what we have on our desktop, what we click on, where we surf, what travels we book,…

Google gets better at Icelandic

As you know we have written about Google and the mistranslations for the Google.is. Not only have they fixed that but also are getting much better at Icelandic than expected, very much so that we can see strong indications of Google starting to understand Icelandic and it’s grammar. We will be looking at this further, doing…

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