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OSTI Makes "Non-Googleable" Science and Technology Searchable


OSTI Makes "Non-Googleable" Science and Technology Searchable

The success of Google has been so profound that the word “Google” is now considered a verb. “To Google” has come to mean to search the web via the free search engine provided by Google, Inc. The adjective derived from the verb “Google” is “Googleable.” Similarly, the antonym of “Googleable” is “non-Googleable,” which turns out to be an especially useful word. For most practical purposes, the term “non-Googleable” is synonymous with the phrase “deep web.” The major difference between the word and the phrase in a world where Google, Inc., is...

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