Fun with Google Autocomplete
Google autocomplete can get you some really fun results. Google describes their autocomplete system results as follows:
The search queries that you see as part of Autocomplete are a reflection of the search activity of users and the content of web pages indexed by Google.
That one bit: “reflection of the search activity of users” means there is a little bit of us in those auto complete results. Unfortunately, we’re not so smart. For example, here’s what you get when you type “when did:”
Okay America; we need to study our history a bit better. But it gets worse:
Only one of those things about Patrick Stewart are true. Why are we searching for things that have not happened? Let’s all buckle down and do better, America!