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Log on to http://labs.google.com and click "Google Suggest" link (currently third link from top on left side of page).
This link takes you to a search page where, as you type in your keyword phrase, Google will make additional suggestions on related search terms you should consider.
Other gizmos in Google "lab" include: Google Maps. Google Desktop, and Google Scholar.
** Recent Graduates From The "Lab" **
Some recent graduates of Google Lab include:
"Web Alerts" - Log on to http://www.google.com/alerts to receive an email notification any time a new web page or news article enters Google database containing a search phrase you specify.
This provides an excellent means to quickly find new sites that mention anything from your favorite movie star to use of a trademarked product name you want to monitor.
"Search By Location" - Log on to http://local.google.com to find local businesses and other interesting information based on geography.
A search on "printing" in "norge, va" immediately brought up Printwell printer I use, and a search for "mexican" in "lightfoot, va" turned up my favorite Mexican restaurant.
Also, a search for "museum" in "williamsburg, va" turned up some very interesting places I didn't know existed, even though we live in a tourist town.
I actually doubt that Google hires mad scientists, but by looks of all projects they have going, it's safe to say they hire extremely creative people who like to push boundaries of technology.
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