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Is Google Wanted For Murder?

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Published: 2004-05-07

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A blog run by deepquest posted a humorous look at Google's sudden(?) domination of the search engine industry. The post says Google was arrested while attempting to dispose of AltaVista's "body."

According to the report Google was in the act of disposing AltaVista when they were stopped by "a Police Officer that noticed a large number of semi trucks parked at Moss Landing, near Monterey Bay."

Google's "motive" for disposing of AltaVista is just as humorous as the topic.

"According to preliminary statements taken at the scene, Alta Vista showed up at [Google] in an incoherent state, dressed to look like [Google], spewing inconsistent and meaningless search results and thrashing about wildly. According to Google, they struggled over market share, but Google quickly gained the upper hand and overpowered Alta Vista. At the end of the struggle, Google had killed Alta Vista and apparently dismembered the search engine in a panic and called friends to help dump the body."

deepquest's humorous blog has to be one of the most accurate accounts of how Google has taken over the search engine industry there is. Keep it coming deepquest.

Thanks to Andy Beal for the heads up.

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