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As you know, Google’s ultimate goal is to organize the world’s information. With this in mind, it should be no surprise that Google is organizing full-text legal opinions from United States federal and state district, appellate and supreme courts. The company is using its Google Scholar service to do so.
Companies always claim to be leading in this or pioneering in that. Google Scholar is less boastful, but still says it “provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature.” And so Marilyn Christianson, a librarian at Auburn University, put that assertion to the test.
Google posted an interview with its Google Scholar lead engineer, Anurag Acharya.
There are geeks and there are nerds, so the Eighties told us (dorks and dweebs, too, but these have yet reach to any type of social prominence). You may have guessed by now that I’m a nerd – I like to study. Google Scholar’s new addition, then, will just increase the hours I spend in ancient civilizations — for another, their time in quarks.