__/ [ tonnie ] on Saturday 06 May 2006 22:27 \__
> Noticed today, searching for 'lifestyle' on www.google.nl, that Google
> is showing suggestions for the keyword searched.
> Check: http://www.google.nl/search?hl=nl&q=lifestyle
> and a short article (in Dutch):
> Google on its way to a clustered searchengine?
The actual search results, as well as the image in the article explain this,
but this has gone on for a while. I guess it only becomes more common. What
about the new interface that they are testing (button on the left)?
A rough and automated translation of the article you cited (Babelfish):
,----[ Babelfish output ]
| Goolge give suggestions to a block-system at its zoekresultaten
| Pages related at a search for ' lifestyle ' our eye fell today on a group
| of results, as we that had not yet rather seen.
| In the form of ' block-systems ' (memoranda) Google show the results and
| give thereby directly to suggestions for combinations of the gezochte
| word ' lifestyle ' in combination with ' shop ' and ' live '.
| The first block-system gives the ' general ' results for the gezochtew
| ord, clearly separated the ' suggestions ' are reflected.
This reminds me recommendations for completion in Webcrawler (going back to
2002), as well as http://www.google.com/webhp?complete=1&hl=en , which
recently reached Google News: