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Google Code Search Updated

Google has released some updates today to Code Search, its open source code search engine, that should make it easier to use and more powerful. Previously, the Code index only included code archives and repositories, but they’ve expanded it to include individual code files and websites that have code samples as well. They’ve also adjusted the way results are ranked, putting class and function definitions closer to the top of search results.

Code Search is also now available localized in multiple countries, including Poland, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Russia, and Spain.
(via Search Engine Journal)

July 6th, 2007 Posted by Nathan Weinberg | Search, General | one comment

Gayglers On The March, Along With Sulu

by Telstar Logistics under CC

Google’s Gayglers (a catch-all term for Googlers who play for the gay/lesbian/bi/trans team) marched in the San Francisco Gay Pride parade recently, and Philipp’s posted and linked to a bunch of pictures over at Blogoscoped. My favorites:

by AntiParticle under CC

by Telstar Logistics under CC

by troymccluresf under CC

by Kanaka Pacifica under CC

And these from New York’s pride parade:

by ccaviness under CC

Oh, and if you’re wondering what the hell George Takei (Star Trek’s Mr. Sulu) was doing there, I don’t know either. Sure, he’s gay, but is he Google Gay? I don’t think so.

July 6th, 2007 Posted by Nathan Weinberg | General | no comments