Google on NPR

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NPR now uses the word 'Google' as a verb when giving out web info for their sponsors. It's an interesting change. A few weeks ago they would actually say/spell out the URLs.. something like: "... on the web at:" now they just say something similar to: "... Google 'Company Name' for their website...".

If this catches on, and is a reliable method of entry, then domain names become quite a bit less important to the average consumer. No more memorizing what kind of slashes to use (explorer now takes either -- but people don't know that), no more remembering abbreviations or specific hyphen placement. Just the company name.. like it used to be.

Way to go Google.

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