The Internet, A To Z, Part Two

Back in February, we used the Google Suggest feature (“As you type into the search box, Google Suggest guesses what you’re typing and offers suggestions in real time . . . Our algorithms use a wide range of information to predict the queries users are most likely to want to see”), to see what the first terms Google suggests if you type in just one letter, from A to Z.

Today, we’ll repeat the experiment to get the latest snapshot of the web (June 12, 2009, 2:40 p.m. EDT):

amazon
best buy
craigslist
dictionary
ebay
facebook
gmail (was: “google”)
hotmail
irs (was: “imdb”)
jcpenney
kohls
lowes
myspace
netflix
orbitz (was: “orkut” — inexplicably)
photobucket
quotes
realtor.com (was: “runescape”)
southwest airlines (was: “sears”)
target
usps (was: “utube”)
verizon wireless
walmart
xm radio (was: “xbox 360”)
youtube
zillow (was: “zappos”)

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