Wednesday, February 12, 2014 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Carrie Grimes Bostock (Google Inc.)
The content of the internet has grown rapidly to fill many information niches and forms a critical—and entertaining—resource for the public. Unlike a library, however, there is no complete catalog of pages on the web and no central registry of updates. Pages on the web are born, updated, languish, and disappear independently. A web resource, such as a search engine that wants to capture a significant part of the web, has to keep up.
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