Perhaps there is room for improvement in the suggestion generation algorithm, or there is something much more subtle going on here. I suspect that suggestions might be derived in large part from (phrases within) link anchor text, but I've not yet had a chance to try and verify this conjecture
An analysis of Google Suggest (via diversionz)
The Analysis includes Sample pages of lists which makes for good browsing.
This is a selection from Privacy
privacy lost with the touch of a keystroke
privacy is a right
privacy is a thing of the past
privacy is important
privacy is not important
privacy in paradise lost
privacy get over it
privacy guardian serial crack
privacy experts shun black boxes
privacy fence cost per foot
privacy window cling
privacy act for dummies
Comments: Suggest Analysis
What the hell is:privacy preserving bayesian network structure computation on distributed heterogeneous data?
Posted by nb at December 29, 2004 12:14 AM
Posted by FXH at December 29, 2004 01:14 AM
"What the hell is:privacy preserving bayesian network structure computation on distributed heterogeneous data?"
For starters, it's not a good blog name.
For middlers, it's about trying not to come up with an answer for why yer searching for what yer searching for.
And for enders, it's basically "prive arsey" Or for the clean shaven amongst us, "privy asset".
*insert the bear and rabbit joke here*
Posted by Nabakov at December 29, 2004 04:05 AM