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Spindly search. Posted on 05/02/2002.

I tend not to post stuff like this anymore, but this impressed me enough to warrant it. The Google Graph-Browser links up Google searches with Alex Shapiro's TouchGraph, creating an interesting visualization of related sites that you can explore.

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the applet doesn't work on my mac ie5, but from your description and the site's sample picture, it reminds me of the brain on justin hall's site:

unfortunately, it seems to be down now, though perhaps you remember what it was like before.
Posted by benjamin @ 05/06/2002 10:48 PM PST [link to this comment]

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