Google’s What Do You Love?

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I discovered something interesting when trawling my feeds this morning. Google has sneak launched a new way of search aggregation result, technology blogs are tripping over it.

Google calls it ‘What Do You Love?’. It’s a strange and quirky way to look at search results. Stranger still there is no mention of this on Google’s blog.  I love Lego, so that’s what I typed into the search box. The results aggregated across a host of google services, and included pictures, video, and a lots more.

Try it out, it’s cool!

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