Whoever thought that online search was all about finding web pages is obviously wrong.
It just happens to be so that search engines have largely focused on search web pages. But that changed today, when Google unveiled its Universal Search.
The company from now on will start offering results from the web, books, news, images and videos. All of these are ranked based on relevancy. So a search for "steve jobs" first offers images and then a wikipedia entery.
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