May 17, 2007
@ 12:16 AM

Danny Sullivan over at Search Engine Land reports on the Google Searchology Day in his entry Google Searchology Day: Recap Of Announcements where he writes about one of the new announcements called "Universal Search" which is excerpted below.

Universal Search: Do a "regular" search and books, news, video, image and local results blended into one single page. It will still mostly be web pages that dominate, but the verticals will be more noticeable. See our very long article detailing this, Google 2.0: Google Universal Search.

So I tried the query bon jovi always and got the following results page.

Notice how there is no tab for music search results even though they are showed inline as integrated results? This seems like a bug given that it works as expected for other queries like virginia tech (which shows a tab for "news" which is also shown inline) and britney spears (which has tabs for six categories including music)  Interesting...


Thursday, May 17, 2007 6:16:28 AM (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)
Perhaps Bon Jovi isn't music!
Thursday, May 17, 2007 2:44:59 PM (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)
Bon jovi man? wtf?
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