I noticed something interesting this morning while doing a general search on Google for Chevy inline six motors.
Now normally when I am doing a search of this sort, I will try a combination of keywords: Chevy, Chevrolet, straight six, inline six,
etc. Depending on how challenging a search gets (too many or too few results
), I may use one, two or all of the keywords at once. But I will end up trying different combinations just to make sure I don't miss anything that is relevant to my search.
This morning, however, I noticed that even though my search specified Chevrolet straight six
, Google also substituted Chevy
and inline six
automatically in order to get me the most relevant results (not everyone uses every single one of those keywords when typing up a post on a forum, of course)
. I thought this was really cool and helpful. Definitely reduces the time spent searching.
Just so no one thinks that Google is a Chevy fan (though they could be)
, I tried searching again with Ford mod motor
and it looked for modular
along with mod
in the results.
By the way, if this party has been going on for a while, then I'm gonna assume I've arrived fashionably late.