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May 12, 2009

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Mark, interestingly enough, have you seen or heard about Google Squared?

http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/05/12/what-is-google-squared-it-is-how-google-will-crush-wolfram-alpha-exclusive-video/?awesm=tcrn.ch_1md&utm_medium=tcrn.ch-copypaste&utm_content=shorturl&utm_campaign=techcrunch&utm_source=direct-tcrn.ch

I am not necessarily saying that these are in competition with each other, but more coming from Google and Semantics and Unstructured Data searches.

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