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Google Zeitgeist

The vast knowledge Google accumulates about the interests of the human race, which is based on the billions of things people search for on Google. "Zeitgeist" is German for "spirit of the times" (Zeit = time; geist = spirit, ghost), and Google is said to know the Zeitgeist of the world better than any other organization.
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The 10 most searched-for Philippine travel spots in the 2013 Google Zeitgeist rankings were: Sky Ranch Tagaytay, Movenpick Resort Cebu, Tubbataha Reef, Pico de Loro, Tugawe Cove Resort, Potipot Island, Amana Waterpark, Misibis Bay, Nuvali, and Laiya resorts.
each category by visiting the Google Zeitgeist website and checking out the UAE tab for more in-depth information.
The tool is just one of many that Google uses to come up with Google Zeitgeist, or the spirit of the times.
I had pointed out these same facts at another event I spoke at earlier in the week, the rather glamorous Google Zeitgeist conference, which at least in the session I was involved in, was dominated by gloom about European matters.
Today we are very excited to share with internet users here in the the UAE Google Zeitgeist, which reveals the year-end results of the fastest rising search queries they have conducted throughout the year," said Mohammad Mourad, Google Gulf Regional Manager.
Summary: Royal Wedding, Adele and Groupon top this year's Google Zeitgeist - a list of the most popular search terms of the year.
The information came courtesy of Google Zeitgeist u a service which compiles the top-rated searches, country-by-country.
In addition to telling us what people are curious about in UAE, Google Zeitgeist tools also offer insight into which topics were of interest across the globe.
It is heartening then to see that on 25 May, Google Zeitgeist (www.
Charles also told the Google Zeitgeist conference in the town that the internet was possibly "the most effective tool in history" with which to warn people of the dangers of climate change.
At the third annual Google Zeitgeist forum in Herefordshire, HM Queen Rania urged on Monday Google executives and other dot-com heavyweights to utilize the web in bridging the divide between East and West.