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Updated: 2018-01-18T00:50:15.317-08:00

 



Google is evolving to become a force in Communicat...

2012-07-09T22:27:02.824-07:00

Google is evolving to become a force in Communications, Content, Commerce and Applications.



As for Google's evolution, are we at Google 3....

2010-09-25T05:48:16.126-07:00

As for Google's evolution, are we at Google 3.0?



Google is being used by more and more people thoug...

2010-09-10T08:04:57.945-07:00

Google is being used by more and more people though. It's proven with inputs every year. theres 13 billion searches every year.



I think those guys are right. I think Google is go...

2009-12-12T13:40:44.804-08:00

I think those guys are right. I think Google is going down. LOL!!!! ROFL!!! How gullible can one be? Can you not see these guys are just trying to irritate you? Watch as Google and their balance between user feedback, open source and advertising driven marketing approach replaces nearly everything have to do with an operating system. If you can't see by now how welcome Google's marketing model is then you never will.



Anyone who says there is no possible reason to wan...

2009-10-25T13:39:29.537-07:00

Anyone who says there is no possible reason to want to access more results than that unless you are a freak of some sort up to no good is clearly a person of limited intelligence. I expect they might say something equally inane like there is no need for more than 100 cows in the world as that is more than I can possibly eat in my lifetime. If I haven't had my fill by then I'm probably eating the wrong food.
I found myself at google's 1000 limit because I had forgotten the exact sequence of words to find a picture I had mislaid. However I knew its name and exact size, but Google still came up with more results than it could show me and I had not found the picture in those first thousand results. It only had 300 more to show me, but refused.
I think Google should just change it's name as clearly it is having a hard time living up to its promises. Unless you take it literally, one and a thousand noughts.



I dunno... it's just a search engine... hypotetica...

2009-03-21T17:46:00.000-07:00

I dunno... it's just a search engine... hypotetically, if they didn't exist/ceased to exist, the general public would quite easily just migrate to another search engine.



is there a way to see all the 1000 results in my f...

2008-11-09T21:34:00.000-08:00

is there a way to see all the 1000 results in my first page itself??

Freddie



It's amazing how what started out as a simple sear...

2008-05-25T00:11:00.000-07:00

It's amazing how what started out as a simple search engine has revolutionized the world wide web. Google and its many products has definitely become part and parcel of my browsing experience. Personally, I have no problem if Google shows less than a 1000 search results. I usually find what I need within the first 10 results.



I really need more than 1000 results on each query...

2008-03-26T11:09:00.000-07:00

I really need more than 1000 results on each query. What search engine I shall use for this?



i have updated Google evolution in my website

2008-03-11T10:43:00.000-07:00

i have updated Google evolution in my website



i have updated thier Evolution in my site

2008-03-04T06:47:00.000-08:00

i have updated thier Evolution in my site



Google doesn't show more than the first 1000 resul...

2008-02-28T14:24:00.000-08:00

Google doesn't show more than the first 1000 results, not 100.



I don't know where your getting the idea that goog...

2008-02-28T14:21:00.000-08:00

I don't know where your getting the idea that google doesn't show more than 100 results anymore.. I just went to www.google.com and searched for "car" and quit looking after 640 results.



Google rocks. If they ANT TO SHOW 10, 100, 1000 RE...

2008-02-22T16:24:00.000-08:00

Google rocks. If they ANT TO SHOW 10, 100, 1000 RESULTS, its up to google, they own the search engine, not the public. When you go shopping, every store doesn't have every product, so google is just one "store" you can always go on yahoo, or something.



There's a perfectly good reason to show how many e...

2008-02-10T16:38:00.000-08:00

There's a perfectly good reason to show how many entries it found, even if it can't display them.

Those of us who actually understand how to use a search engine can use this to tune our searches.

There is no possible reason to want to see more than 1000 entries, unless you're data mining or have some form of OCD. It certainly doesn't make them "just an advertising company" as most people would never check that many results.



I think the >1000 point is moot, I have my pages s...

2008-01-29T05:56:00.000-08:00

I think the >1000 point is moot, I have my pages set to show 100, and if I cant get the right result in that amount (more often a few flicks of the scroll wheel call it 30~50) I have got the search term wrong and need to create a better one.

I very much doubt that many see the amount that I do with 100 shown, but if some feel that its a big deal what about a pref's switch, or +(max == >1001) search term for the few willing to look that far ...or I expect nothing else to do ;)



That estimation could be valuable because it gives...

2008-01-21T04:00:00.000-08:00

That estimation could be valuable because it gives information about the popularity of a subject: for example, there are 213,000 results for [Microsoft Popfly] and 725,000 results for [Yahoo Pipes], so more people are interested in Yahoo's application.



I agree with anonymous when he says ..There is no ...

2008-01-21T03:54:00.000-08:00

I agree with anonymous when he says ..
There is no point saying I found a million pages, while you let me see only 1000. It's cheating. "I have a hundred toys, but I will show you only five".
Instead why not say, "Boss, here are the [1000] results for your query" ?



It's just a limitation and that number is only an ...

2008-01-09T05:22:00.000-08:00

It's just a limitation and that number is only an estimation. Most people don't even go past the first page of search results, so displaying the top 1000 results should more than sufficient. You'll also notice that the quality of search results decreases considerably after the first 40-50 results. To find other good results, use a more specific query.



There is no point saying I found a million pages, ...

2008-01-09T05:17:00.000-08:00

There is no point saying I found a million pages, while you let me see only 1000. It's cheating. "I have a hundred toys, but I will show you only five".
Instead why not say, "Boss, here are the [1000] results for your query" ?



Google no longer shows results beyond the first 10...

2007-12-12T13:26:00.000-08:00

Google no longer shows results beyond the first 1000. If you enter "google" into Google you're told there are over a billion matching pages but "Sorry, Google does not serve more than 1000 results for any query" comes up after page 1000.



"Google no longer shows results beyond the first 1...

2007-11-20T07:55:00.000-08:00

"Google no longer shows results beyond the first 1000."

You really missed the point, not a lot of people would browse through the 100th page. And unless you're very bad at making words for queries, you should have found your results in the first 50 results as their sorting engine is extremely advanced.

The reason why serving more than 1000 first result is obvious, Google is basically saying this: "if you can't find it in this first 1000 result, very likely that we have misunderstood your query and the next one million queries would also be irrelevant, please reword your queries and don't waste your time browsing through all these queries."

And not only that, there are security concerns too. The only people who would normally browse through the first 1000 queries is likely data miners trying to search through all data about a particular something that isn't always good. By limiting search result, they're preventing them from getting too much information.

On the backend, by limiting to 1000 results, they save their processing power a lot while serving (nearly) everyone well enough.



Google is expanding everywhere! I just found out a...

2007-10-01T19:37:00.000-07:00

Google is expanding everywhere! I just found out about rumours of a google PHONE, with stuff like voice recognition texts, your phone has its own webpage. how cool is that!



Google has gone from an obscure math term to a hou...

2007-07-25T13:47:00.000-07:00

Google has gone from an obscure math term to a household word. We can only marvel at the simplicity that has driven it. Their willingness to allow empolyees 20% of their time to "dabble" is outstanding! dt www.davetilma.com



Google no longer shows results beyond the first 10...

2007-07-18T03:18:00.000-07:00

Google no longer shows results beyond the first 1000. If you enter "google" into Google you're told there are over a billion matching pages but "Sorry, Google does not serve more than 1000 results for any query" comes up after page 1000. Any "search" engine that only lets you access less than a millionth of the pages found is just an advertising engine and its days are numbered (at less than a thousand!).