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I know I’m a little late to comment on the Google Base story, but I spent all day moving home, which kept me a little out of the loop.
That being said, it’s amazing the information you can browse from your Blackberry.
It’s scary to think of how the internet will look in a few years, thanks to Google. While there is no doubt that Google’s plans to introduce low-cost or free services, is appealing to many, you can’t help but think that the quality will suffer.
Google Base is a good example. If indeed the new service becomes a free alternative to eBay, and eBay loses market share, where will the innovation come from? There are many instances where I could use a free service for my needs, yet the adage, “you get what you pay for” is always so true.
By Michael Marshall
LSI is a methodology for automatic document classification. It examines all the words in all the documents of a corpus and calculates similarity measurements for each document or for individual terms. It can gauge very accurately which documents in a corpus are really relevant to a search phrase even if that search phrase does not appear in a document. Measuring relevancy is a key component of a search engineâ€™s ranking algorithm. When search engines use it, LSI can have a significant impact on the ranking of your web pages.
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