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Orange juice, newspapers and google search

12 May 2009
Orange juice, newspapers and google search

By Molly Webb, Head of Smart Technologies, The Climate Group.

Urs Holzle has updated google's previous post on the impact of their search today under the title "Energy and the Internet", comparing it to other daily consumables and activities. I would love to see us be able to compare services with services (ie: search vs. going to the library), but comparing products with services is a bit like comparing apples and oranges (or newspapers and orange juice?)

See my previous comments on this topic.

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