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  • Readings
    Carr, Nicholas. (2008). “Is Google Making us Stupid?”, Atlantic.com. Washington D.C: The Atlantic.
    Stross, Randall. (2008). “The Algorithm”. In Planet Google: how one company is transforming our lives (pp. 63-88). London: Atlantic Books.
  • Algorithms
    An algorithm is a set of rules for solving a particular problem; it’s the essential building block used in constructing complex computer software (Stross, R. 2008).
    Read more definitionsonWikipedia
  • Classquestions
    How many of you use Google as your first choice?
    How many of you use any of the competitors, such as Microsoft’s Bing, Yahoo or Ask?
  • Classquestions
    Why do you use the preferred search engine?
    Are you conscious about it, or do you just use it because everyone else does?
    Do you use the word search engine or do you say googling?
  • Google has infiltratedourlangage
    Googling is defined as a transitive verb according to the dictionary and thesaurus Merriam Webster.
    Link: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/googling
  • Is Googlestupidifying?
    Is Google making us stupid?
    Carrarguesthatourbrain has adapted to thewayGoogle present information to us. Insteadofreading in depthbooks and articles, wenowscanliteraturequickly to findwhatwearelooking for.
  • WhatdoesGoogle offer?
  • Algorithmbasedsearchengine
    Link: www.google.com
  • Googletranslate
    Link: http://translate.google.com
  • Googlemaps
    Link: http://maps.google.com.au
  • Googlesatelite
    Link: http://maps.google.com.au
  • Google News
    Better than Yahoo?
    Link: www.news.google.com.au
  • GoogleScholar
    Link: http://scholar.google.com/
  • Googlebooks
    Link: http://books.google.com.au
  • Google images
    Link: www.google.images.com.au
  • Link: https://www.google.com/accounts
  • Classquestions
    Do you agree with Carr? Or do you think it’s the other way around?
    By having all sorts of information accessible, we get to it easier; hence, we learn more?
    Can the accessible information indeed wipe out some of the differences between those with a university degree, scholars and so on and people with no higher education?
  • Otheruseful online resources
    John Battelle’s searchblog
    John Battelle is a journalist as well as founder and chairman of Federated Media Publishing. He has been a visiting professor of journalism at UC Berkeley and also maintains Searchblog. The blog covers search, technology, and media.
    Battelle is one of the original founders of Wired magazine
  • Otheruseful online resources
    SearchEngineWatch http://searchenginewatch.com
    SearchEngine Land http://searchengineland.com/
    SearchEngine Journal http://www.searchenginejournal.com/
    Mashable, The social Media Guide http://mashable.com
  • Relevant readings
    Battelle, John (September 2005). “The Search: How Google and Its Rivals Rewrote the Rules of Business and Transformed Our Culture”. New York: Portfolio
    Bauerlein, M. (2008). “The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future (Or, Don’t Trust Anyone Under 30)”. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin
    Brabazon, T. (2006).”The Google Effect: Googling, Blogging, Wikis and the Flattening of Expertise”
    In Libri(2006, vol.56, pp. 157-167). Germany
    Caufield, J. (2005)“Where Did Google Get Its Value?”. In Libraries and the Academy (Number 4, October 2005, pp. 555-572).The Johns Hopkins University Press
    Conti, G. (2006). “Googling considered harmful” in New Security Paradigms Workshop archive (2006, pp. 67-76) New York: ACM
    Del Corso, G. M. Gulli, A. Romani, F. (2005) ”Ranking a Stream of News” in International World Wide Web Conference archive (2005, pp. 97-106). New York: ACM
    Evans, M. P. (2007) “Analysing Google rankings through search engine optimization data” in Internet Research No. 1 (2007, pp. 21-37). Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
    Finkelstein, L. et al. (2001). “Placing search in context: the concept revisited” in International World Wide Web Conference archive (2001, pp. 406-414). New York: ACM
    Goldberg, M. A. (2005) “Googling of Online Privacy: Gmail, Search-Engine Histories and the New Frontier of Protecting Private Information on the Web”. In 9 Lewis & Clark Law Review (2005, pp. 249-262)
    Goldman E. (2008)“Search Engine Bias and the Demise of Search Engine Utopianis”, In Spink, A. and Zimmer, M. (2008) Web Search . Berlin: Springer
    Kilgarriff, A. (2007) “Googleology is Bad Science” in Computational Lingustics No. 1 (pp. 147-151)
    Ling, X. et al. (2008) “Can Chinese Web Pages Be Classified with English Data Source?” in International World Wide Web Conference archive (2008, pp. 969-978). New York: ACM
    Liu, Y. et al (2008) ”BrowseRank: letting web users vote for page importance” in Annual ACM Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval archive (2008, pp. 451-458) New York: ACM
    Yen J.Y. et al. (2007) “The Comorbid Psychiatric Symptoms of Internet
    Addiction: Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)”, in
    Depression, Social Phobia, and Hostility. Journal of AdolescentHealth, 41. 
    Yoo, H.J. et al. (2004). “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Symptoms and
    Internet Addiction”. Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 58.