Saturday, April 05, 2008

A "home run" is a "home run" for both Google & rednano | Paul Jensen's not a Google user?

Came across this article, "Interview with the man behind Rednano.sg", in which Paul Jensen, CEO of SPH Search, quoted "home run" as an example of keywords where rednano.sg pointed rightly (to Jack Neo's film) as opposed to Google's interpretation as baseball term.

Well, he is only right if he's using Google & choosing to "search the web" instead of "search pages from Singapore". The latter would point to the same expected result of Jack Neo's Home Run. Bad example, Paul? Or simply a case of someone misquoted you?

rednano's result of 'home run'


Google's result of 'home run'


Google-rednano related articles:
1. You can google 'rednano', but you can't rednano 'google'?
2. Oh, wait...Now you can rednano 'google'!!

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