Monday, February 21, 2005

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Is New MSN Search More Precise? Just Ask Google.
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“We visited MSN Search and decided to use one of their examples, typing in the question, "What is the mass of Jupiter?" To our shock and pleasure, there it was--an answer, right at the top and separated from the actual web results. It said, "Answer: Jupiter: mass: 318 Earth Masses."

“Unfortunately, MSN's answer to "What is the mass of the Earth?" was "Answer: World: mass: 1 Earth masses"

“Amazingly enough, Google spat out an answer right at the top of their results page as well. But Google's answer was, "mass of Jupiter = 8987 × 10 to the 27th power kilograms."

“Now, we're Internet marketing experts, not rocket scientists, but it appeared that Google actually provided the more precise answer.”
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